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School House B&B

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Rocheport / Rocheport MO
504 Third St @ Clark St.
573-698-2022
Directions: Pike St. crosses trail @ trailhead. N on Pike 2.5 blocks to Third. Left on 3rd one block
School House B&B 11 rooms; restored historic schoolhouse featuring King & Queen rooms, all w/ private baths, central heat and AC.
Full multi-course breakfast included.
Also secure bike storage with air compressor and tools.
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School House B&B in Rocheport
Kaity Cotten from Jefferson City on 11/05/2018 09:11 AM:
We had the best time at the School House B&B. It was a wonderful mini vacation and a true break from reality. The hosts were so welcoming and provided tons of helpful information to ensure we enjoyed our stay. It is in the perfect location and close to the trail. They had a place for us to put our bike (we ended up keeping them in our vehicle). They also had cloths for us to wipe our bikes down after a damp ride. The breakfast was amazing. The entire experience was so cozy and everything was EXTREMELY CLEAN! (This coming from a neat freak). It was very classy, I will stay there again and recommend it highly.

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Alex Pirnie from Greenwood on 10/17/2018 03:21 PM:
The girlfriend and I drove to Rocheport and did some cycling on the Katy. Stayed in The Teacher's Pet room. The entire place is beautiful! The grounds, the building, everything. Breakfast was amazing and we felt right at home. Highly recommend and we will be back again.

 
Susan from Nashville, TN on 10/19/2018 04:38 PM:
We also had a wonderful stay at the School House B&B. They provided everything we needed, wonderful hospitality and a great breakfast. We stayed in the poetry room. It was fun meeting other travelers. Rocheport was a quaint town- The food was surprising great, and there is a clothing boutique across the street from the School House that has beautiful selections of clothes and jewelry.

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Donna Shaw from Boulder CO on 09/18/2017 05:33 PM:
We stayed on a Saturday, rate was $250. Not for the budget traveller but worth every $. Locked bike storage. Beautiful bedroom which was the cleanest I've ever stayed in. The house and gardens are gorgeous. The breakfast was delicious and there were afternoon snacks / cold and hot drinks available.
We booked the day before, so too late to arrange early check in but it would've been very useful if we'd been able to check in earlier than 4pm or even drop our bikes off.

 
Anonymous on 09/19/2017 03:25 PM:
The Dormitory at the School House for around $100 is for the budget minded. Otherwise the School House is overpriced although many apparent B&B newbies seem enamored with the place.

 
Gary from Near Tebbetts on 09/20/2017 02:19 PM:
Wow, I stay at a beach-front condo on Maui for less than $250.00.

 
Observer from Rocheport on 09/22/2017 01:06 PM:
I noted in the original post that the School House room price was stated and the poster thought the price was "worth every $". Following posters took issue with this and said the SH is over priced. I'd like to point out that the SH has been in business for over 25 years, has many repeat customers who are not newbies to B&B travel but are in fact seasoned/experienced B&B travelers. The prices don't seem to bother them at all. BKT.com posters complain rather excessively about prices of things and services along the Katy Trail. I'd suggest that if the price of something is objectionable to you that you make the choice to spend your money other ways. Clearly, if a business charges what they charge and stay in business for many years, we can safely assume that their goods and services are of sufficient quality to attract enough customers to stay open. The School House appears to be a prosperous business so I'll go out on a limb here and assume whatever they are selling is good stuff. Luckily, the Katy Trail has a variety of business with a range of pricing to accommodate the demands of the traveling public. If you see an unfilled need for goods and services along the Katy, I suggest you pull up your boot straps and try your hand at business. You'll quickly find that you can't please everyone and you probably shouldn't try.

 
Jim from St Thomas on 09/22/2017 01:55 PM:
" BKT.com posters complain rather excessively about prices of things and services along the Katy Trail."

Care to back up that generalization with evidence? People on this site are perfectly capable of sifting through the positive and negative posts and making up their own mind. No need to lecture folks just because your business (or a business you like) gets a couple of posts questioning the value for the dollar. As you say "the Katy Trail has a variety of business with a range of pricing to accommodate the demands of the traveling public."

 
Jim from St Thomas on 09/22/2017 02:03 PM:
I will also add that, even though I hear the accommodations on Maui are superb, there is no easy way to get there from Rocheport on a bike and the costs for a shuttle is kind of pricey.........

 
Gary from Near Tebbetts on 09/24/2017 02:16 PM:
Well Bro, perhaps I meant it must be a fantastic place based on the comparable price. ??

 
Jim from St Thomas on 09/27/2017 11:16 AM:
My apologies.......just another one of my sad attempts at humor.

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Denise and Dave from St. Louis, MO on 09/25/2017 07:47 PM:
We had a lovely weekend of riding on the trail and stayed in such a convenient location. The Schoolhouse B & B is quite accommodating to cyclists. They provide a great shed to store bikes and they provide a lovely place to rest between rides.

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JohnJen from Galena on 09/16/2017 08:19 PM:
Perfect place to stay while you explore Rocheport & the Katy Trail, a short ride down the hill & your on the Trail. We booked a room with a jacuzzi as I have health issues and need that little pampering after riding, but with or without the jacuzzi, you'll find the schoolhouse B & B to be the perfect place to stay. Wonderful food, wonderful hosts, goodies waiting in the evening, and relaxing outdoor spaces.

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Francis Jansen from Rogersville on 09/16/2017 03:27 PM:
It was our favorite Bed and breakfast of the 3 b&b's we stayed on the Katy Trail!
I am so glad my hubby found this on line and made the reservation! Everything about our stay was perfect! We had ridden about 27 miles that day so the jetted tub was a bonus. The School house is perfectly set up with beautiful and spacious rooms, each a slightly different take on the School house theme. Mike, the owner-host is a great chef in his own ritght and had baked chocolate chip cookies and made iced tea to tied us over until dinner. We stayed in the "Teacher's Pet" suite at the top of the house. It is so cute and comfy! Our bikes were safely locked up inside the enclosed fenced yard but had the option to lock them up in a shed on property. The breakfast was delicious and hearty as we made our last trek of 37 miles to Jefferson City that day. We will definitely stay again and highly recommend to anyone else traveling on the KT trail! It was such a treat!!!

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Debby Shiney from Topeka Ks on 09/04/2017 08:38 PM:
What a wonderful place to stay. I decided last minute to take a long anticipated trip to ride the Katy Trail. Called the Inn and they had room for me, when I got there they even upgraded my room! It was the most relaxing place I have ever stayed and traveling alone they made me feel safe and comfortable. Thank you for a wonderful stay. I will be back, room was clean, breakfast delicious, atmosphere amazing, historic element awesome, enjoyed my ride so much.

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Tom and Linda from St Charles MO on 10/26/2016 05:49 PM:
The School House dating back to 1914 is a adorable B&B, Lisa and Mike are great host. They have a nice supply of beer in the fridge for a small fee and have a wine cooler stocked with wine form the local winery 1/4 mile away also for a small fee. The yard is perfect for some wine and a relaxing evening enjoying the gardens and evening. We we cycling the Katy Trail and didn't want our bikes left outside so Lisa told us about her Bike Shed where you store your bikes and gear. The breakfast was fabulous. We met a couple from Virginia beach who were riding the whole thrall they were very nice, wish we would have gotten their email. Would love to visit again.

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Jbw from Carbondale on 09/02/2016 10:15 PM:
Perfect spot for a night on the trail. Nice people, great room, fantastic breakfast, and a locked shed for my bike! Consider eating at Abigail's for dinner but you must have reservations.

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SWG from Springfield on 08/23/2016 05:12 PM:
Great place to stay in Rocheport !! Such a fun and unique setting; each room decorated beautifully. Very accomadating for those using the Katy, such as bike storage, cleaning rags, etc. Wonderful owners and a huge, delicious breakfast. Many nice extras.

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Bill Whaley from Wright City MO on 08/21/2016 07:51 AM:
The Schoolhouse is the best B&B we have ever stayed at. Obviously it has a unique history and setting but they have taken this old schoolhouse and turned into something really special. It is much more like a home than a schoolhouse yet everywhere you look there are charming and tasteful reminders of the origins. All that aside, the two things that impressed us the most was the immaculate housekeeping (this place could honestly pass the white glove test even though it is huge with many rooms) and secondly the attention to detail both in their guests comfort and the decorating. EVERYTHING is absolute quality! This is a five star B&B at very reasonable pricing. Of course Rocheport is a charming getaway town and Katy trail is just down the street but the Schoolhouse stands on its own merit. We will be back for sure.

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Bill and Sharon Kingston from Omaha, Ne on 06/26/2016 09:27 PM:
We were fortunate to spend two nights at the School House B&B on June 21st & 22nd. The hospitality, accommodations, and food were incredible and we highly recommend this venue to travelers and bikers alike. It's proximity to the Katy trail made it an ideal B&B for us!!

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Carol Wehrli from St; Louis on 06/20/2016 01:24 PM:
Such a nice place to stay! It was a beautiful room with a private bath and cable TV. The next morning there was a gourmet breakfast served at 9am. The owner was so gracious and had all the equipment to fill up the tires on my bike.

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Regina from St.Louis on 04/02/2016 03:58 PM:
Great access to Katy Trail. Wonderful room, an
amazing breakfast, nice owners, would definitely go back. A plus was bike storage, bike tools, refrigerator. free drinks, and more!

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Robyn from St. Louis on 11/15/2015 06:46 PM:
My husband and I wanted to celebrate our 20th wedding anniversary biking the Katy Trail in Rocheport (which is what we did on our first date). I looked for a B&B on Trip Advisor and found School House B&B. I chose it based on reviews and location. I was glad I did. We brought our own bikes (from St. Louis). We arrived late, but it wasn't a problem. I let the owners know in advance we would be arriving later, and they left us our key, and a detailed note on how to get into the bike shed to lock up our bikes. They have a locked shed in the back of the property. It was very convenient. It even has an air compressor for airing up your tires and some tools for working on your bike if needed. The inn is located about 2 blocks from the trailhead. It was very easy to access. We biked 17 miles into Columbia to eat lunch (we enjoyed our meal at The Flat Branch Pub near the end of the trail in Columbia). We then biked back to the inn, making a stop at Les Bourgeois Winery on the way.

I would recommend bringing a cable lock to lock your bike up at the restaurant, and especially if you plan to go to the winery. We locked our bikes at the bottom of the hill (about ½ mile uphill climb, but worth it for the views over the bluff down to the Missouri River).

The inn itself was fantastic. It was incredibly clean and the owners were very nice and friendly. We ate 2 breakfasts there, and they were both delicious. Our room was the Hide and Seek room, which is the only room on the lower level. It was very quite and private down there. It had free WiFi, a TV/DVD player (there is a bookshelf full of DVDs on the 2nd floor), a private shower and bathroom, and a mini fridge, and a very comfortable king sized bed. I would definitely stay there again and would recommend it to others.

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Mike and Teresa from O'Fallon, MO on 11/09/2015 12:21 PM:
Plan your Katy Trail ride to include an overnight (or two) at the School House B&B. Mike and Lisa go above and beyond to accommodate their guests, and their attention to detail is what makes us return year after year. We truly felt like treasured guests. Our room was lovely and comfortable and the perfect getaway to celebrate our anniversary. Breakfast both mornings was generous and beyond delicious and fueled us for the entire day on the trail. Ask your hosts to make dinner reservations at Abigail's -- another great experience, but avoid Monday and Tuesday, as Abigail's is closed on those days.

 
Jim on 11/10/2015 07:29 PM:
Really enjoyed our stay here. Very great accomidations and friendly owners. Nice grounds and a place to lockup your bikes. Would stay here again.

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KateSkates from Strasburg VA on 10/26/2015 10:24 AM:
The School House B&B was awesome! I loved that it had been repurposed to a B&B but kept some nice touches from the past like real chalkboards, bells, Dick & Jane art. The Poetry room was fantastic (with poetry books!), robes, Q tips, beautiful décor, comfy bed, wine and opener, a shed for bikes with a compressor, nice outdoor seating, hearty breakfast. I loved this place and highly recommend it.

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Seaview from Missouri on 09/17/2015 03:20 PM:
Beautiful building, and rooms(looked at most of them). Great breakfast, although we were the only guests. Very comfortable atmosphere, cosy, nice amenities with lots of couch spaces and chairs. Cool reception by the hosts; they just did seem very enthusiastic. May have been a bad day for them. He thoroughly enjoyed this B & B, and would recommend it to anyone.

 
Poonjabby from Olathe, Kansas on 09/30/2015 08:06 AM:
Your review makes no sense.

 
Jim from St Thomas on 09/30/2015 12:56 PM:
In my humble opinion the review made perfect sense. Your reply - not so much.

 
Doug from Bluffton on 09/30/2015 10:53 PM:
I agree Poonjabby. Seaview's post was not very clear. I THINK they meant to say "they did not seem very enthusiastic" and "We thoroughly enjoyed this B&B" but that still seems more than a little contradictory.

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Anonymous from Missouri on 09/17/2015 02:17 PM:
Tastefully decorated rooms, fantastic breakfast. beautifully restored historic building. Hospitality OK but not fantastic. If you go to Rocheport on a weekday, and are not a wine drinker, there is not much to do.

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Jim Davis from Springfield, Mo on 09/08/2015 05:00 AM:
Beautiful facilities, excellent services, warm hospitality, and more amenities than we could ever have imagined. Great thought and care could be seen and appreciated at every turn. When combined with the town, the area, and the trail, it just can't be beat in the Midwest.

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Becky Skeens from Kirkwood ,mo on 07/13/2015 01:02 PM:
This is a beautiful B&B with great food.... However, the male owner of this place really needs to work on people skills and hospitality. We didn't feel in the least bit welcome. We had 7 in our group with 4 rooms and felt like we were just an inconvience. He wanted to give us breakfast at 9am and most Bikers I know would never start a ride that late in the July heat, so we told he didn't need to make us breakfast that we'd be gone and he did step up and make us breakfast at 7am, which was very nice and greatly appreciated, but he made us feel guilty about it. This is a really cute place, with comfy beds, if the owner could work on his people skills it would be outstanding.

 
Cathy from Jefferson City on 07/13/2015 08:16 PM:
Sorry to hear about your experience. I had a completely different experience. My husband, sister and I stayed there. The owners were both wonderful and helpful. The property is beautiful, rooms are comfortable, the patio was relaxing. We discovered a flat tire when it was time to leave and the owner fixed our flat without complaint, and refused to take any payment.

We loved the breakfast. We were riding during May, so having breakfast at 9 and then heading out was no problem. I suspect you wanted to get out early to get as much biking in before the temperature went too high, so I don't blame you for that. I'm used to B & B owners saying breakfast is at 9 am. When we've asked other B & B owners for earlier breakfast, we were offered a bagged breakfast.

I hope your trip was an overall success.

 
Marvelous on 07/15/2015 11:50 AM:
Typically breakfast and dinner times for B&Bs should be mutually agreed with the owners and tenants as early as possible. Complaining for two hours difference is something I would put in the "water at the
trailhead wasn't as cold as I hoped it would be" category.

 
Anonymous on 07/15/2015 08:40 PM:
If you put it in the category of "the water wasn't cold at the trailhead" you don't ride much in July heat... 2 hours can make the difference between a pleasant day on the trail and serious dehydration...depending on your riding distance, etc.

 
Marvelous on 07/17/2015 04:47 PM:
Anon, If you get dehydrated because of 2 hrs difference in start time in the 90/90 July heat you are definitely not hydrating before you start at any time and are not ready for and have not trained adequately and obviously not acclimated to the riding distance, temps/and humidity.

 
Becky from Kirkwood ,mo on 07/28/2015 08:07 PM:
It was an exceptionally hot day and leaving early was a must, we had 60 + miles to ride. Our issue wasn't really breakfast at all. We just didn't feel at all welcome and felt like we were an inconvience. Maybe we just caught the owner on a bad day. He certainly made quite a bit of money from our group. We would have expected a warm welcome with a smile like everyone else we dealt with on the trail across the state. It didn't ruin our trip at all.

 
School House Innkeeper from Rocheport on 08/09/2015 11:21 AM:
We enjoyed hosting this cyclist group and are disappointed that we didn't meet their hospitality expectations. Our regular breakfast time for our leisure guests, especially on weekends, is 9 am, but we try our best to accommodate early breakfast requests for cyclists trying to 'beat the Summer heat' on the trail. As we typically do not know a cycling group's agenda/schedule until they check-in, if they indicate that 9 am will not work for them during our guest orientation, that's when we offer to serve them an earlier breakfast with the time dependent on the group's consensus about when they plan to depart the next morning. It is never our intention to make a guest feel guilty about that; in fact we insist they do not leave without having some type of breakfast option, either a self-serve continental breakfast or a full hot breakfast if that is their preference.

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Sharon from Prague OK on 07/05/2015 07:29 PM:
Fantastic vacation, biking the Katy Trail and staying at the Schoolhouse! The personal attention was impressive. My husband's partial disability and my dietary needs were graciously accommodated. When I inadvertently selected an inappropriate room (2nd floor) the staff noticed and contacted me with two better options. Hot water for my tea, cookies & fruit available all day, plus tasty foods within my limited diet I cannot get at home were a delightful unexpected extra. Eager to return!

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Anne from Aurora Nebraska on 07/03/2015 10:05 PM:
The schoolhouse B and B is a must stay in Rocheport! A wonderful Historical building and beautifully decorated. We were very comfortable there and the hospitality was first rate. You are welcomed with homemade cookies and fruit. Rocheport is a quaint and peaceful town. We also enjoyed A gourmet meal at Abigails! And of course breakfast was great!

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Carrie O'Hara from Albuquerque, NM on 05/26/2015 10:36 AM:
The best B&B we have stayed at. These folks were welcoming and professional. The school house was an exceptionally nice and clean place to stay next to the Katy Trail. They did a great job, highly recommend it!

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Jorge from Houston, Texas on 04/08/2015 01:36 PM:
My family just spent 3 days cycling the Katy Trail and we were lucky enough to stay at the School House one of the nights. The place is beautifully done, impeccably clean, and has all the amenities we needed. Mike and Lisa were awesome, and were incredibly helpful when we had a bike emergency.
The breakfast was delicious, with freshly squeezed orange juice and coffee, and more importantly, their stuffed french toast.
My daughter's assessment is that next time we should just stay at the School House for all 3 days instead and just relax there.

 
School House Innkeeper from Rocheport on 04/08/2015 03:20 PM:
Thank you for choosing the School House on your family's Spring Break Katy Trail trip! We're glad you enjoyed your stay and that we had the right tools for your bike tire so you could get to Hartsburg the next day!

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Julie and Bob from Overland Park, KS on 03/18/2015 10:13 AM:
This place is absolutely the best! They cater to bikers. Relaxing, affordable, delicious food, bike storage, even a shower after you've checked out, if needed! We've been coming here for 25 years. No better place in Rocheport!

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Joe Rinella from Independence, MO on 10/14/2014 07:04 PM:
Great place to stay after a long day on the trail! Accommodations are very nice and comfortable, and breakfast is delicious!

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ChucklesWD from Mason, MI on 10/13/2014 05:41 PM:
My wife's comment to me was "this is the best B&B of all the ones we've been to." We biked the entire trail west-to-east, so Rocheport came at the end of day two. We had accidentally made our reservations for the wrong day, but Mike was extremely gracious in rearranging and making us feel very welcome. This B&B is immaculate and thinks of everything in terms of conveniences and nice touches. They also have multiple great places to hang out, including two very pleasant patios. Mike drove us to and from the local winery (very promptly) for dinner and of course the breakfast was good too.

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Anonymous on 09/20/2014 08:18 PM:
We had a great stay at the School House B&B. They were very gracious and accomodating, the room was really beautiful, and the full hot breakfast was super delicious. We will definitely be back!

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Anonymous on 08/08/2014 09:17 PM:
Great place to stay when riding the Katy Trail! Perfect for those riders who have ridden all day and need a place to relax and rejuvenate in the evening. Just as perfect for those taking short rides and seeking a "home base" to work out of while exploring nearby attractions. Each room is uniquely decorated. The innkeepers have thought of every convenience you could want from the welcoming cookies, to easy access bike storage. The delicious breakfasts will keep you fortified for miles down the trail. It's a place you'll want to return to again and again.

 
Anonymous on 08/09/2014 04:54 PM:
Sounds like a direct quote from the brochure.

 
Innkeeper from Rocheport on 08/28/2014 12:09 PM:
If so, it appears our brochure is in wider circulation than we thought! :) We are honored with the praise regardless of the wording and invite one and all to give us a try.

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Tammy from West Des Moines Iowa on 05/05/2014 08:39 PM:
The dorm room was comfortable & clean. A nice place to stay in a great little town. I was allowed to return after my race (post check out) and shower before I started the drive home which was wonderful & appreciated!

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Dave from Overland Park on 04/30/2014 06:15 AM:
The Dorm ... What a great place to spend the night while riding the trail. Just a couple blocks from the trail. Fully updated facility with free washer & dryer, great shower, very comfortable beds and no waiting around for a cooked breakfast but plenty of options offered in your room. Best place I've stayed in on the trail.

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Sue Bowling from Ft Thomas KY on 10/18/2011 02:17 PM:
Mike and Lisa were extremely accommodating. Lisa fixed us pizza and let us use the lower level to hang out. Mike sold us a loaf of bread to make sandwiches for the next day. They went out of their way to be helpful. The inn is also gorgeous and breakfast delicious.

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TheDodsons from Austin, Texas on 06/24/2011 04:41 PM:
We had a wonderful time at the School House. The host & hostess are a welcoming and entertaining couple. The room and the house are beautiful, we enjoyed the spectacular French toast breakfast, working on that puzzle, and the comfy beds. I would consider this B&B a destination, not just a place for weary cyclist to rest their bones. We look forward to returning. (Trip date June 14, 2011 trip from Hermann to Sedalia).

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Maria from Brighton, MI on 11/02/2009 12:50 PM:
Our stay at the Schoolhouse B&B was wonderful. It's accommodations are

really lovely and comfortable! It and Rocheport would make for a

wonderful couples get away all by themselves.

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Bill and Lora from Kansas City on 07/22/2009 09:03 PM:
We stayed the night of July 22, 2009. It was the end of a vacation of bike riding on the Katy. What a wonderful way to end our trip! The room was comfortable, the hosts friendly and helpful, and breakfast was marvelous. We've wanted to stay here for years, and our visit didn't disappoint. We can wholeheartedly recommend this B&B.

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Anonymous on 06/25/2009 10:19 AM:
this is a GREAT place to stay. house rooms look very elegant. i stayed in the dorms which

were modern, immaculate, and GREAT for a biker who needed to do bfast at 5am and get on

the road. this is a FUN, historic place to stay.

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chris g from Florissant, MO on 07/26/2008 05:05 PM:
We do not bike, but walked a portion of the Katy Trail. We spent a night at the Schoolhouse B&B and found it delightful. The lodgings were outstanding and there was great attention to detail. The breakfast was great too. You can get $20 off your room rate until near the end of August if you visit their website and use the code. The inkeepers wew gracious too.

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Leann from Pryor, OK on 05/27/2008 11:03 PM:
I've stayed here twice and will stay again. The most recent, May 2008, four of us stopped on day three of our Katy trail ride. Great beds, secure bike storage for the night, wonderful breakfast to fuel us for the day. Some Katy riders choose Boonville or Columbia because they say Rocheport is pricey. I maintain you get what you pay for...and the Schoolhouse is a bargain among B&Bs.

 
kittywhiz from Oregon on 06/07/2008 12:31 AM:
We stayed there in 1998 and it was great. We didn't stay in Rocheport this time, but had a great lunch at the winery.

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Jsample on 07/01/2007 10:15 AM:
We stayed here on our trip on the Katy in June 2007. It was great. The innkeepers were accommodating, helpful and the property is beautiful. Highly recommended.

 
Canyoncamper from Grand Junction, CO on 10/01/2007 05:40 PM:
Places like this need to be recommended! We'll definately stay here again.

 
EM from Milwaukee, WI on 04/22/2008 12:25 PM:
This B&B is excellent in its own right, and is supremely cyclist-friendly as well. The hosts made sure I was fed, even offering transportation to the winery/bistro.

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Philip from Fort Smith, AR on 06/26/2005 10:37 PM:
Very nice B&B. This B&B was the best decorated B&B we stayed at on our trip. Breakfast was very good. Nice back yard area to sit and chat with other guests. My wife and I spent our evening chatting with 2 couples that were in their 60's riding the Katy Trail. Down/feather pillows and feather topped bed were very comfortable. There is a guest refrigerator where you can freeze your water bottles for the next day (fill them up 1/2 way and freeze them, then top it off w/ water the next day). Felt more like an "inn" rather than a staying in someone's house with 10 rooms and large upstairs commons area. We would recommend this to anyone and would stay their again ourselves.