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Augusta Red Brick Inn

Hot tub, Outdoor pool
Augusta MO
Mile marker 66.4
252 Lower St

Augusta Red Brick Inn is located approximately 0.2 mile from the Katy Trail, in Augusta MO

Salt water pool & hot tub

No smoking, no pets
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Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
earthmaids4050 from Rolla on 01/21/2010 02:24 PM:
We atayed overnight here last April! What a Wonderful place to stay! The breakfast was amazing!!! The owners are very nice and the place was very quiet and clean. The private and relaxing hot tub out back was a perfect end to a long day of riding.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Ricky and Jodie from Creve Coeur on 09/24/2008 01:26 PM:
We did an overnight from St. Louis to Augusta, Red Brick Inn a great place to stay. Truthfully, all the B&B's in Augusta have great guest reviews. This B&B is no exception. Gary and Corrine are great hosts. Their house is completely retored and beautiful. Breakfast is awesome with the stuffed french toast (you don't even need maple syrup it's that good). If you like conversation, stay here. They make their house seem like your own house. Bikes are locked in garage. Would highly recommend Red Brick B&B Inn

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Joan and Al Hoppe from St. Charles, Mo on 09/13/2008 05:39 PM:
This by far was my favorite Bed and Breakfast on the trail. What a wonderful place and host and hostess. Breakfast was great and their hospitality was wonderful. Planning on staying there again when in Augusta.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
J Chambers from Arnold, MD & W. Lafayette, IN on 06/21/2008 01:08 PM:
Red Brick Inn 31 May 2008. Biking the Katy Trail with two teen age grandsons, Sedalia to St. Charles. We spent some time on the internet selecting B&B’s along the trail and The Red Brick Inn was the frosting on the cake before our final short run to St. Charles. Beautiful old home built in 1867, large rooms, sumptuous and elegant breakfast. Marine or Naval Aviators would enjoy visiting with Gary. We would stay there again.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
kittywhiz from Oregon on 06/06/2008 11:21 PM:
This was definitely my favorite place to stay on the trail. Beautiful home, great hot tub, delicious cookies and breakfast, and friendly hosts. Great small town to walk around and see interesting artsy shops. Visit the winery- I didn't expect Missouri wines to be so good.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Sandy W from St.Charles Missouri on 07/30/2007 11:03 AM:
We just spent the weekend at The Red Brick Inn in Augusta Mo (7/28/07) and it was such a nice time! Corrine and Gary make you feel at home there and they are so friendly and down to earth. The home itself is beautiful and the back deck,hot tub, pond,arbor, garden and yard are gorgeous! the room we stayed in (the blue room) was decorated wonderfully and a large suite with a very comfortable bed and the jacuzzi tub was a nice end to the long day! the whole experience there was memorable and we will definately return! stop in the Augusta Brewery while you are in town at have lunch or dinner. Molly is very helpful there.

Sandy W from St.Charles Missouri on 07/30/2007 11:06 AM:
I forgot to include the wonderful breakfast we had in the morning...Corrine and Gary work together to make it beautiful and delicious and give you great conversation over the meal.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Rex from N Little Rock, AR on 06/15/2007 09:12 PM:
It's not often that you book something over the internet and it is way better than you thought it would be. Such was our experience with the RBI - and for that matter the whole town of Augusta.

Corrinne went out of her way to make our group feel welcome. Everyone was impressed with the house and the hospitality.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Tom & Becky from Keavy, KY on 10/12/2006 08:39 PM:
The Red Brick Inn is wonderful! The best breakfast we had on the trail.

Corrine made a fabulous breakfast that Tom (a bacon and egg man) and I certainly enjoyed. The home is great, but my favorite part of the stay was conversing with Gary and Corrine. What interesting people. Hot tub felt good too!

Thanks Gary and Corrine!

Doug from Fort Smith, AR on 10/23/2006 04:35 PM:
WOWZA! You won't find two more courteous and delightful folks than Gary and Corrine. The room was cozy after a long ride, and the Post's are the most gracious hosts that you could ask for. Don't even get me started on breakfast. Schedule your trip around this delightful place and you won't be disappointed.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
Dr.and Mrs. Larry Lowe from Belleville, Illinois on 10/30/2005 06:00 PM:
My husband and I stayed at the Red Brick Inn on October 16, 2005. Our experience was wonderful from the time we arrived until we left the next morning. The Inn is absolutely beautiful, a fully restored 19th century home, decorated perfectly with antiques and wonderful art. We can't wait to return.

Red Brick Inn (Augusta)
gretchen from glen ellyn, il on 09/30/2005 09:34 PM:
If you go to Augusta...you have to stay at the Red Brick Inn...

It's sooooo wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Corinne was so great. They have done a fabulous job in renovating this beautiful historic home. You will enjoy everything about your stay there!