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Boonslick Guesthouse


A spacious bed and breakfast that can easily accommodate six guests,
a block from the Katy Trail on Main Street in Boonville

219 Main Street
Boonville, Missouri
660 621 1341 or 660 537 5127

The building that houses the guesthouse was built in 1888 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As with many buildings of this age, living quarters were on the upper level with the various businesses on the street level. This means that there are two long stairways leading to the rooms. There is large bedroom with a queen size bed; second large bedroom with a queen size bed and a smaller bedroom with two twin beds adjoining it. There is a parlor, dining room, kitchen, upstairs bathroom and second bathroom with a shower at the bottom of the back stairway.
   The kitchen is stocked with ample food and snacks for a substantial breakfast and light evening meal. WiFi is available and and there is plenty of parking and indoor storage for bikes.


has one queen size bed.
     It is the bedroom nearest the bathroom and kitchen


has one queen size bed, a small sleeper sofa


connects to this room with french doors.
which has a two twin size beds



We  have analog television that (amost) always picks up the signal from KMOS, our PBS station, which broadcasts channels 6,6.1,6.2,6.3,and 6.4  A few other analog channels are also available sometimes :)



is equipped with a toaster, coffee maker, coffee grinder,
 microwave, refrigerator, electric range, kitchen utensils, and disposable dishes


is a typical bathroom for a building of this age. It has a shower and bathtub and is furnished with towels, wash clothes, soap and shampoo.


is located at the bottom of the west stairway.
It has a large walk in shower.

The Boonslick region of Missouri has a long history of accommodating travelers whether on the Missouri River or along old Indian trails. It gets its name from a salt spring in Howard County where Daniel Boone's sons, Nathan and Daniel, developed a salt mining business.  They took advantage of one of the Indian trails as they traveled to and from St. Charles. This trail came to be known as the Boonslick Road.  The Missouri River was a "highway" for the early Spanish and French explorers and fur traders, and it was the route used by Lewis and Clark in 1804-1806.  With the coming of the steam boat era there were new opportunities for travel through this Boonslick country. The last steam boat went up the river in 1888, the same year our guest house was built. In 1874  a bridge for the MKT rail line was built over the Missouri River. This rail line, known as the Katy, linked St. Louis, Kansas City, Dallas/Fort Worth, Waco,San Antonio, and Galveston/Houston. Now 240 miles of this rail line is the Katy Trail State Park. The Guest House is just a block from where the trail crosses the Missouri River.  Highway 40, known as Main Street of America, which spanned the entire nation, goes right in front of the Guest House. In Missouri most of Highway 40 is now Interstate 70 ,but there is still a section from the Midway exit west of Columbia to Boonville. The famous Pete's Cafe on Highway 40 was just a block south of the guest house.  The old  MKT railroad, the  Missouri River, and highway 40 still provide routes for boaters, bikers, and tourists in the Boonslick region. A night's stay at Boonslick Guesthouse is a great way to experience this historic region of our country

Boonslick Guest House North

“It's a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road,
and it you don't keep your feet there's no knowing where you might be swept off to."

660 621 1341 or 660 537 5127

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