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H. S. Clay House

Lodging
European elegance & first class accomodations
Augusta MO
Mile marker 66.4
219 Public Street
888-309-7334 / 636-228-4414 fax
Directions: Cross street at Trailhead is Public St. N on Public up hill 5 blocks to Walnut. Inn is on left
H. S. Clay House
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H. S. Clay House in Augusta
Amy & Tom Wenger from New Cumberland, PA on 07/19/2017 07:57 AM:
We rode the Katy trail June 2017 and this was our all time favorite place - luxury, delicious, a delight to the senses! We wanted to ride our bikes around the block and stay another day!

H. S. Clay House (Augusta)
Brian from Olathe, KS on 06/04/2009 11:02 AM:
H.S. Clay house is a great place to stay. 4 of us fat guys stayed there June 2nd 2009. The owners Allan and Lee were great. Allan is a European trained chief who made great chocolate chip cookies when we got there. Their was a chocolate in our individual rooms with a glass of Port wine. Later we got in the hot tub and had some welcome punch which is an mixed wine type drink, very good. Slept like a baby and breakfast was amazing. If you are in Augusta on bike, or with wife I highly recommend staying here.

H. S. Clay House (Augusta)
matt headley from wichita on 08/07/2008 11:10 PM:
what a fun place.... breakfast was unreal good..

H. S. Clay House (Augusta)
Jsample on 07/01/2007 10:25 AM:
We stayed in the cottage house in mid-june 2007. It was perfect. The evening appetizers and the breakfast were awesome. Highly recommended.

Augusta Lodging
Bob & Susan from Springfield IL on 06/26/2004 05:29 PM:
Does anyone have recommendations on lodging in Augusta? We plan to stay there 2, possibly 3 nights & cycle in both directions from home base.

 
Randy on 07/16/2004 12:30 PM:
The Cottage Inn is tops. Stayed there twice.

 
Perry J from St. Louis on 01/25/2005 04:50 PM:
We've stayed as H.S. Clay House Bed and Breakfast several times now -- it's exceptional. We keep coming back because the evening appetizers and breakfast in the morning is gourmet, not to mention the owners are really nice people. Their website has a large collection of photos of the place. There's a link to their site on this page.
www.hsclayhouse.com

 
John K from Webster Groves, MO on 07/03/2005 12:07 PM:
We stayed at the Lindenhof and it was great. Breakfast was awesome.

 
Deb and Jim from Chesterfield, MO on 09/06/2005 01:17 PM:
Our children had given us an overnight at the Swan Haven Inn. We had to reschedule multiple times and Jacqui and Gene were VERY kind about it. The Inn is historic, charming, clean and comfortable. The wine and cheese was delicious and the breakfast was complete with fruit, fritata and scones. The hospitality was outstanding. Take a soak in the footed bathtub after the trail! What a reward!!!

 
James & julie from Wildwood on 06/16/2006 09:30 AM:
This cozy cottage built for two was just what the doctor ordered. My husband and I are both

athletic and rather competitive, so it was a delight to be able to come back to the privacy of

the cottage after a day on the trail. We relaxed, shared a little wine and spoke for hours on

the large covered porch. The cottage was just perfect in a storybook kind of way; the fun

didn’t end once we left the trail.

 
Ray DeVera from Eaton, Co. on 07/04/2006 01:10 PM:
During a recent tour on the Katy we had a chance to stay at The Lindenhof in Augusta. It was the cleanest B&B on the trail and meticulously maintained inside and out. The innkeeper Debbie is most personable and a pretty good cyclist in her own right. Thanks again, Debbie for a terrific stay!