Bed & Breakfasts
The charm of St. Joseph extends to its quaint bed and breakfasts, both of which are located within restored homes from the town’s early days. You’ll experience great accommodations in elegant surroundings, as well as exceptional hospitality and convenient access to the city’s most popular attractions.
The majestic Shakespeare Chateau was built in 1885 by Nathan Ogden when St. Joseph Missouri was known as "The Queen of the River Cities." High atop a bluff looking down across the city toward the Missouri River, 809 Hall Street is one of several mansions in the Hall Street Historic District known locally as "Millionaires' Row." You'll enjoy meeting the friendly innkeeper, Isobel, as she takes you through the palatial interior. You'll marvel at 47 (yes, 47!) original stained glass windows, carved cherrywood and walnut mantles, and of course, a bust of the Bard himself above the grand fireplace in the front foyer. But most of all, you'll enjoy our comfortable sleeping rooms, each one beautifully appointed with fabulous art and antiques and luxurious linens.
Welcome to Whiskey Mansion! Built in 1885, this beautifully restored Bed and Breakfast lies in the heart of historic Saint Joseph, Missouri.
Did you know Walter Cronkite was born in St. Jo?
Long-time CBS-TV News anchorman Walter Cronkite was born in St. Joseph in November 1916.