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Applegate B&B

Augusta MO
5549 Main St

Applegate B&B is located on the Katy Trail, in Augusta MO

Directions: At Trailhead & Park, cross street is Public St. N up hill on Public St. 1 block to Main St. Left on Main.

Locked storage for bikes, a large patio area and a fire pit.

Also, Applegate guests can use the pool and the jacuzzi at our sister property, the HS Clay House.

No pets, no children under 12 and no smoking or vaping

Located just a few steps from the Augusta Katy Trailhead, the Applegate Bed and Breakfast is a private, historic property. Built around a log cabin in 1864, the homes’ historic features are complemented by the modern updates, such as Wi-Fi and central air conditioning. Enjoy the balconies, large backyard patio area, or firepit. All rooms have televisions. A gourmet breakfast is served each morning. The Applegate allows you to indulge in opulent serenity!
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Apple Gate Inn in Augusta
CM from San Diego on 09/06/2021 07:27 PM:
Does anyone know if the Applegate Inn is still open? My emails are rejected and their voice mailbox is full.

Bill in Houston from Houston on 09/08/2021 08:26 AM:
Doesn't sound like someone I'd want to do business with even if they are open. Know what I mean?

Apple Gate Inn in Augusta
Chris and Heidi Chapman from Springdale , AR on 07/13/2011 11:00 AM:
After being caught in a rain storm, Lynn was waiting for us with towels ready to welcome us. The room and service was fabulous. Great cooking also. You can't go wrong staying here, we had been riding the trail for 3 days ande were ready for some pampering.

Apple Gate Inn in Augusta
Cindy from Martinsville, IN on 06/13/2011 06:43 PM:
This B & B has it all! Great hospitality and food. The best stop for weary bike riders and golfers. We even had an evening of sitting by the fire, thanks to Lynn's ability to read our minds.

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
JimB from O'Fallon on 08/22/2009 11:57 AM:
WOW!!! After 4 days on the trail and three nights camping the Apple Gate Inn was perfect - although it would have been perfect under any circumstances!!! Lynn is the absolute perfect hostess, the facilities are great - especially the Jacuzzi suite, breakfast was excellent. We will go back!!

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
Ann from Kansas City on 04/30/2009 08:21 AM:
My stay here was one of the highlights of my Katy trip! Lynn's passion for running the perfect B&B was obvious in everything! What she has done to this B&B is incredible (rehab, decoration, comfort, and amenities). She packed me a nice lunch for the no-service Weldon Springs area the next day too. Five stars!

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
Len B from O'Fallon on 07/20/2008 11:08 PM:
OMG what a wonderful B&B. My wife and I spent the weekend there for out 19th anniversary. The breakfast was the best that I have had in a very long time. Super clean, super nice hostess, one block from the trail, brewery, and wineries. The owners went out of her way to make this a very special trip for me and my wife. Although, we live a few miles away, we felt like were on a peaceful, secluded retreat.

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
Paul from Springfield on 11/06/2007 10:41 PM:
Spent one wonderful night at Apple Gate l0/31. Lynn was wonderful and the breakfast was delicious. We will be back.

Strawberryfun from Hannibal on 02/12/2008 12:45 PM:
I haven't tried this trail before. What would you say the difficulty level is?

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
Janet from New Holland, IL on 09/11/2007 11:25 AM:
My husband & I spent two nights at The Apple Gate Inn in August and are still raving about it! We rode 100 miles on the Katy Trail over two sweltering 100 degree days. The Apple Gate Inn was the perfect retreat - and only one block from the trail! The Inn has been beautifully restored and tastefully decorated. Our suite was perfect - comfortable, spacious, and private. Lynn prepared two fabulous breakfast feasts for us. She is a great hostess & we hope to go back soon!

Linda from Bolivar on 09/22/2007 09:23 PM:
Ditto! This place was the best and after Lynn's breakfast, we didn't eat again til 4 in the afternoon! We intend to return.

Apple Gate Inn (Augusta)
John Seng from Rockville, MD on 07/08/2007 09:34 PM:
Apple Gate Inn is definitely open for business!

My son and I rode the entire 225-mile trail, and spent a final, wonderful night on June 15, 2007 at the fully renovated, vintage stone and wooden beam-built Inn, hosted by Lynn and Bob.

We took a spacious, upstairs suite with a downy soft bed for me and quite comfortable air mattress for my teenage son.

We highly recommend Augusta Brewing Company for dinner just down the road, and then a short walk up another hill. Have a few too many of their cool brews - hey, you're walking home to the Inn!

The next morning, Lynn served an incredible multi-course breakfast, with the mixed fruit and country-cookin'-style sausage and eggs skittle dish rustled up especially for the guests that day.

Wine or bicycling enthusiasts will enjoy Apple Gate Inn equally.