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Weinstrasse Cabins

Augusta / Augusta MO
Mile marker 66.4
210 Ferry Street
Weinstrasse Cabins is located .3 mile from the Katy Trail, in Augusta MO

Directions: Up Public St., left on Walnut 1/2 block, right on Ferry.
Original 1800's cabins with modern facilities. Family friendly.
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Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Casey H. from Springfield on 09/04/2018 03:48 PM:
The cabin was nice and very clean. The antiques were great decorations and talking pieces. Not far from Katy Trail if bike riding. Bring bike lock as they charge to keep bike inside ($100). Also, don't plan on cooking; no kitchen or sink. A microwave and toaster oven only available. Cool fire pit to make hot dogs or smores. Town was very quaint. Very few places to eat and most close by 5:30 pm so plan accordingly.

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Ann from Georgetown, KY on 05/31/2018 04:01 PM:
Great little cabin but remember to bring a lock for your bike if you stay there. They charge $100 more if you bring your bike in to the cabin.

Jan on 07/05/2018 07:36 PM:
I’m the owner of Weinstrasse Cabins and I appreciate all responses. Bicycles bring rocks and debris onto the original wood floors causing damage and there’s been an incident of a bicycle falling and breaking an antique glass door in the big cabin. Sorry for any inconvenience to bicyclists that stay with us.. Thanks for your coperation.

Anonymous on 07/07/2018 12:28 PM:
Is that a deposit against damage, or a non-refundable charge ?

Frankie from Port Richie on 07/07/2018 02:28 PM:
Sounds like a charge to prevent people from treating their home like a motel 6. which it is NOT by a long shot. Has to do with having some consideration for your hosts property.

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Steve Schumer from Columbia, MO on 05/15/2018 04:17 PM:
My wife and 2 children stayed at the Big Cabin one night this past weekend. Perfect for a family. Clean and comfortable. The host made it possible for us to check in early which really helped. We were hot and tired and the AC felt wonderful. The fire pit in the evening was a nice attraction for us after the little ones went to bed. We will be back..

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
John from Columbia on 10/23/2016 11:07 AM:
Great cabin! This is technically not a B&B, but really has all of the amenities. The big cabin was spacious and immaculate and owner Jan had it well stocked with cheese & sausage, as well as everything needed for a great breakfast. Fresh cut fruit, pastries, juice, milk, cereal, plenty of coffee and much more.
We'll stay here again on our next visit to Augusta!!

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Jeff Parker from Kansas City, MO on 05/12/2016 01:46 PM:
Stayed in Little Cabin May 7th. Very clean. So relaxing after a long day on trail. Loved the privacy and the firepit. Would recommend to any traveling through Augusta.

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Joel Frowitter from Columbia, MO on 10/13/2015 08:42 AM:
Came to Augusta for a wedding reception and stayed at the Weinstrasse Cabins. Loved the peacefulness and privacy we had. The fire pit was a big plus. Quaint accommodations, very clean. Will certainly be back.

Anonymous on 10/15/2015 04:23 AM:
I believe if you travel northwest from Augusta on Rt. 47 you can visit Innsbrook, Austria and Alpine Lake but primarily in the summer time.

beware of recluses
Anonymous from St. Louis on 05/14/2015 08:36 PM:
My wife and I stayed in the small cabin one night and we wanted to give an update on things since most of the comments here are at least a year old. The cabin was definitely quaint and cozy. However, the food that was offered was nothing more than store bought packaged food. Nothing fresh or special in any way. Cereal, Hostess treats, and Folgers coffee were some examples to give you an idea of what to expect. So, don't come here and expect delightful treats. Maybe they improve during the summer months with fresh produce around, but who knows. The other thing is to bring your spider repellent. We found a couple of brown recluses in the cabin. Some dead and some alive. In conclusion, you can do better in Augusta for the price.

Joel Ernst from Mission, Kansas on 06/14/2015 01:42 PM:
WOW! Is all I can say to this nonsense. We have visited the Little Cabin several times and found it to be clean and we did have fresh fruit, cheese, sausage, juice, milk, cereal all provided for us and all very fresh. The packaged treats were as we were told when we booked our stays. I would suggest to the people who were offended by the spiders to consider this is an original "log cabin" and creatures find their way in. Next time you visit Augusta why don't you pop the big bucks for one of the swanky artificial B & Bs??? PS.. maybe you should list your names so the hosts can reimburse your unhappy visit.

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Teresa from Holt mo. on 06/22/2014 06:48 AM:
This is the place to stay in Augusta! It is clean, cute and private! Close to the winery too! Very friendly hosts! Fresh fruit was waiting for us. Just what we needed after a hot day on the trail!

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Julie and George from Lenexa, KS on 10/16/2011 09:07 AM:
We stayed at the little cabin this past Thursday night and it was perfect! It would make a great get-away for a couple - it was so cute and cozy. And a wonderful variety of food was provided: Home made brownies, bananna nut bread, milk and several different types of cereal (in single serving size boxes), cracker jacks, fresh fruit, sausage, cheese, crackers, etc.. After a long day on the trail, having things available to snack on as we got hungry again later in the evening after dinner was GREAT. Don't change a thing - it's perfect!

Weinstrasse Cabins in Augusta
Serena from Chicago on 07/10/2011 10:59 AM:
My sister and I just stayed at the cabin and we loved it. This is a great place to stay if you have a big group. We enjoyed sitting on the front porch and reading. The owners were great too and accomodated our early schedule and got us in at mid-day. I would definitely recommend staying here as it was probably one of the more relaxing places we stayed at on the trail.