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Georgetown Country View Estate B&B

Lodging
Sedalia / Sedalia MO
Mile marker 229
22378 Hwy H
660-287-3336 / 660-815-0473
Directions: 2 miles north of Sedalia on H Hwy
Breakfast included. Will transport to and from trail to B&B. Will transport to Sedalia for Dinner. Each room has private bath, some suites.
Pool, Hot Tub
Georgetown Country View Estate Bamp;B
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Georgetown Country View Estate B&B in Sedalia
tbernard2265 from Katy, TX on 03/31/2018 03:54 PM:
We had the most wonderful experience staying at this bed and breakfast. The house is in the most peaceful setting and Joe and Tammy went over and beyond to make our stay spectacular. Our rooms were perfect for our group of five and we were very comfortable. The sprawling house was awesome and we enjoyed the popcorn and cookies, playing pool, visiting in the TV room and in the den. The breakfast they fixed for us was so good and really fortified us for the 42 miles we rode that day on the Katy Trail. We would definitely love to stay here again!

Georgetown Country View Estate B&B in Sedalia
Sean Swift from Sand Springs OK on 08/04/2015 01:32 PM:
Stayed again for second time. Accommodations were wonderful and breakfast was great!!!

Georgetown Country View Estate B&B in Sedalia
Sean Swift from Tulsa Ok on 10/29/2013 10:38 AM:
Icing on the cake. This was the last place we stayed. Rooms were awesome! Service was awesome and made us feel very welcome. Large hot tub to relax in. This was the best place we stayed. I highly recommend the King Suite!!!!

Georgetown Inn (Sedalia)
Clay G from Nashville on 10/03/2010 08:56 AM:
Ms. Downing, the owner is just one of the sweetest people you'll ever meet. It was

raining the night we stayed there and she drove us out to a restaurant, picked us up,

and took me to the walmart as well so I could get a patch kit. And breakfast included

farm fresh eggs from her own chickens. The home was built in 1842 by the founder of

Sedalia.