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Washington / Washington MO
Mile marker 75
516 W. Third St
636-390-3264 / 314-440-7140
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Brick Inn B&B in Washington
Brian from Golden Co on 10/12/2016 06:01 PM:
We stayed here when we were unable to stay closer to the trail in Augusta. I turned out to be a fine choice. Washington is an interesting town and the owner of the Brick Inn works very hard to make a pleasant stay for you. If you are traveling the Katy Trail, you should definitely consider a night in Washington, and the Brick Inn is a nice place to spend the night. Breakfast is quite good and the owner accommodated us with a very early breakfast.

Brick Inn B&B in Washington
brmayes from St. Louis on 10/03/2015 08:37 PM:
Stayed here Oct. 2, 2015. Wife and I had a great time here. The B&B is quiet, tasteful, comfortable, and the breakfast was great. Art gave us good advice on a restaurant. We slept great. In the morning, a carafe of good strong coffee was placed outside the room. Next time we're staying in Washington, we'll probably stay here. By the way, we stayed in the King room, and it was the cheapest B&B room in Washington that we could find. We had our car and were riding the trail out and back both Friday and Saturday. If you need to get picked up from the Katy Trail with your bikes, that costs $20, which I think is worth it, since the bridge across the river looks dangerous for cyclists.

Brick Inn B&B in Washington
Stan & Kim Binnie from Trinidad, CA on 10/29/2013 07:27 PM:
We stayed at the Brick Inn B&B on the night of October 20, 2013. Art picked us up on the other side of the river as the bridge is not safe for bike travel. He was waiting for us with cold water and a banana when we arrived at the Dutzow trail head. He gave us a tour of the town before arriving at the B&B and recommended several good restaurants. The room was very comfortable and it was also very quiet--made for a good night's sleep after our final day on the Katy Trail. The breakfast was spectacular--very attractively served and delicious. We were taking the AMTRAK back to our starting point of Sedalia and Art offered to transport our bikes the short distance to the train station, but we decided to ride since it was a short down-hill ride to the station. We would highly recommend this B&B to anyone riding the Katy Trail.

Brick Inn B&B (Washington)
Cindy Bernard from Kokomo, IN on 04/28/2010 10:44 PM:
We rode the KATY Trail in September of 2009, catching the train in Washington, taking it to Sedalia and we then rode to Clinton to begin

our ride at the western most point of the trail. The night before

catching the train in Washington, we stayed at the BRICK INN B&B.

There were 9 of us ~ Art and Kathy bent over backwards to be sure they

could accommodate all of us. The Brick Inn was a delightful place to

stay with well appointed rooms. Kathy was away for a few days, but

Art was a great host . . . taking us on a "tour of Washington" in his

antique convertible. There is a lovely area to sit and relax in the

back yard with two fun swings hanging from the large trees. Flowers

were in full bloom adding to the enjoyment of relaxing outside at the

Brick Inn. Art fixed us a wonderful breakfast before we headed for

the train in the morning. He could not have been more gracious. We

highly recommend staying at the Brick Inn B&B in Washington:o)

Brick INN B&B
Kevin MacAfee from St. Paul, MN on 12/01/2008 06:05 PM:
I rode the trail in late September from St. Cherles to Jeff City and back. I had arranged to stay in Washington at the Brick Inn B&B. That was a great decision. Art and Kathy were wonderful hosts and they provide a shuttle from the trail to their B&B across the river. The shuttle was a Cadillac Eldorado with a bike rack -- a most excellent sag wagon.



I would highly recommend staying with them. Great place and great folks.

Brick Inn B&B (Washington)
Pat from Fort Worth on 06/04/2008 03:33 PM:
We stayed here in mid-May. The owner graciously picked us up at the trail stop across the bridge. Washington is a nice small town and restaurants are within walking distance from the Brick Inn. I'd stop there again.