Located directly across from the Inn at Hermannof.

Cottages at HermanNof

Inn at HermanNof

Experience historic elegance and gracious hospitality in our fully appointed guest rooms, which seamlessly combine old world charm and modern luxury in our Hermann, MO bed and breakfast. Highly recommended by discriminating travelers, our Hermann, MO Bed and Breakfast offers twenty eight guest rooms, fully restored with every attention to architectural detail and comfort. Each guest room at our Hermann B&B has a private bath, European-quality linens, and is furnished with both period antiques and reproductions designed to celebrate the lifestyle of a bygone era.  

Either way, your stay at our Hermann Missouri Lodging will include spectacular views of the town and the Missouri River. In addition, the world class wineries, shops, galleries and cultural activities within walking distance, will make our Hermann Bed and Breakfast the perfect spot for a satisfying and restful getaway in Missouri Wine Country.

Hofgarten will be the location for our Reception and our Paddock Club.

 History of Hermann, MO

The German Settlement Society of Philadelphia settled in the town of Hermann, Missouri in 1837. Drawn to the Missouri River and the picturesque hills, reminiscent of the Rhine River valley, their goal was to create a German homeland in the west where life could be “in all ways German”. The German pioneers quickly turned to their heritage of wine making which was well suited to the terrain and climate. By 1850, most of Hermann’s 930 residents were involved with the growing wine industry, where over ten thousand gallons of wine were produced annually. In the 1800’s, neighbors and friends frequently gathered and traveled house to house enjoying wine, food and music of the region. The Golden Age of the small house winery had arrived by 1865 with wine production prevalent throughout the city and county. By the 1870 census, two hundred thousand gallons of wine were produced in Gasconade County. East Hill played a prominent role in the house winery industry and is featured in Robyn’s 1869 “Birds-Eye View of Hermann” where the house wineries are shown surrounded by grape vineyards and fruit orchards. Enjoy your stay in one of the stone houses of East Hill, a one of a kind experience.

Choose to stay in one of our eight outstanding guest rooms located on the second and third floors of our Inn in Hermann MO, or select one of our twenty unique guest rooms located in hillside cottages a few blocks away on Hermann’s beautiful East Hill. These units are located in fully restored historic wine houses originally built in the mid 1800s