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Oh, Won’t You Stay?

Staycations have never been more diverse and affordable than when you stay in Ste. Geneviève, Missouri. With budget-busting gas prices, Ste. Geneviève is well within the range of a tank of gas between St. Louis and Cape Girardeau. From vacation rentals to even a castle, stay for a weekend or more while you discover the amazing amenities right in your own backyard. Oh, won’t you stay?

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1090 Market

Enjoy restaurants, shops, antique mall, wineries, hiking, biking only 3 min from downtown.

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1810 House

The 1801 House is a newly renovated historic home that has kept its unique style and charm throughout while boasting a modern kitchen and appliances.

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Baetje Farms Lodging

Welcome to the Luxury Tiny Homes at Baetje Farms, where comfort meets countryside.

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Blue Cottage

Explore the streets of Ste. Geneviève right outside of this 2-bed, 1-bath cottage!

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Cozy Haven

Cozy Haven is a cottage with one bedroom that can sleep up to four people. Pets up to 20 pounds are welcome as well.

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Crown Ridge Tigers Lodging

Have you ever wanted to spend a night in tiger territory? Now you can!

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Dove’s Nest

Dove’s Nest is just a short walking distance from downtown shopping, wineries, restaurants, and bars.

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Dr. Hertich’s House (c1850)

Dr. Hertich’s House is a premier Bed and Breakfast within walking distance of all major historic houses, historic sights, and various restaurants in Ste. Geneviève. This 1850 house was the…

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Funks Inn

This home has been remodeled for its use today but is historically correct including antiques of the time.

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Gabouri Place

This cozy Victorian home was completely renovated in 2018.

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Goosehill Loft

Goosehill Loft rests on the knoll of 31 acres of peaceful countryside with gorgeous views of rolling hills and large pond.

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Heavenly Hotel

Prepare to be swept away. This exquisite 1903 building has totally been renovated inside and out! It’s stunningly beautiful!

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Hotel Audubon

Seven boutique-style rooms offer Old-World charm with modern amenities.

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Inn St. Gemme Beauvais (c1848)

Inn St. Gemme Beauvais (c1848)
Located in the heart of the historic district is the newly renovated Inn St. Gemme Beauvais. This Inn was built in c1848 and is furnished beautifully with antiques. It offers…

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Iron Gate Cottage

Quaint cottage is located in historic downtown Ste. Geneviève.

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La Fleur de Lis

Welcome to a bit of country in the city. Located within walking distance to the National Historic Park in downtown Ste. Geneviève.

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Little Bit of Whimsy

This rustic, peaceful setting is just minutes away from the Ste. Geneviève Historic District, shops, wineries, and restaurants.

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Magnolias Loft

A stylish, cozy, perfect place to stay for 2-4 guests to gather and have fun

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Main Street Inn

Originally built in 1882, as the Meyer Hotel, the Main Street Inn B&B has long been one of Missouri’s finest bed and breakfast establishments. After recently undergoing an…

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Maison Hubardeau Guest House (c1789)

Built by French Canadian settler, Simone Hubardeau, this turn-of-the-century limestone house with a courtyard is filled with period antiques. The house has sleeping accommodations for up to six guests together…

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Microtel of Ste. Geneviève Inn & Suites

Tour groups, reunions, and weddings are welcome.

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Ms. Bette’s Place

The Marie LaPorte House is one of the oldest homes in town dating back to perhaps the 1790s.

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Norah’s Nest & Breakfast

A bohemian-style apartment features a living room and kitchenette.

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Ruby’s Rental

If you are looking for a unique, eclectic, fun place to get away, welcome to Ruby’s Rental!

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Sam’s Vacation Rental

Restored second-floor loft apartment is located on Main Street in Historic Ste. Geneviève

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Sassafras Creek Cabin

Take a step back in time with furniture and decor to match the cabin’s time period.

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Silo Farm Haus

Tucked away on a portion of a 200-acre farm, just minutes from 9 local wineries, breweries, and an award-winning restaurant.

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Slice of Heaven

Slice of Heaven is only a short walk to restaurants, museums, old-time ice cream shoppe, boutiques, and bars.

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Sun Goddess by Property Lovers

Super modern and clean, with tons of beautiful personal touches for each guest.

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The Inn at Weingarten

Visitors can enjoy steak, seafood, chicken, and a variety of fresh-made pasta. Open Saturdays Only.

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The Villages at Chaumette

The Villages at Chaumette offers twenty-six villas, elegantly designed with nine-foot ceilings, fireplaces, and fully equipped kitchens.

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Tiger Pointe

Have you ever wanted to spend a night in tiger territory?

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Tiger View Lodge

Situated on a bluff at Crown Ridge Tiger Sanctuary, the lodge offers an expansive view of the countryside below.

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Triangle Inn

a traditional motel reminiscent of Route 66 lodging.

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Twin Turret Farm & The Castle

A kitschy Castle with a turret and lots of Old World charm.

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Type Inn

1950’s bungalow is close to the Ste. Geneviève Historic District

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Yellow Cottage

This 1895 cottage features high, wood-paneled ceilings as well as original windows and trim.

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Gabouri Place

This cozy Victorian home was completely renovated in 2018.

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Hotel Audubon

Seven boutique-style rooms offer Old-World charm with modern amenities.

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Goosehill Loft

Goosehill Loft rests on the knoll of 31 acres of peaceful countryside with gorgeous views of rolling hills and large pond.

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Main Street Inn

Originally built in 1882, as the Meyer Hotel, the Main Street Inn B&B has long been one of Missouri’s finest bed and breakfast establishments. After recently undergoing an…

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Ms. Bette’s Place

The Marie LaPorte House is one of the oldest homes in town dating back to perhaps the 1790s.

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The Inn at Weingarten

Visitors can enjoy steak, seafood, chicken, and a variety of fresh-made pasta. Open Saturdays Only.

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Maison Hubardeau Guest House (c1789)

Built by French Canadian settler, Simone Hubardeau, this turn-of-the-century limestone house with a courtyard is filled with period antiques. The house has sleeping accommodations for up to six guests together…

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Sam’s Vacation Rental

Restored second-floor loft apartment is located on Main Street in Historic Ste. Geneviève

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Inn St. Gemme Beauvais (c1848)

Inn St. Gemme Beauvais (c1848)
Located in the heart of the historic district is the newly renovated Inn St. Gemme Beauvais. This Inn was built in c1848 and is furnished beautifully with antiques. It offers…

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Dr. Hertich’s House (c1850)

Dr. Hertich’s House is a premier Bed and Breakfast within walking distance of all major historic houses, historic sights, and various restaurants in Ste. Geneviève. This 1850 house was the…

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Wine Country…

Wine Country…

The Ste. Geneviève Grape During the 1800s, Ste. Geneviève had its own type of grape. It went by various names, Ste. Geneviève, Amoureux, Red Elben, and American Rulander. It was grown extensively in the Hermann MO and Ohio areas. Today, it is no longer grown. Ste. Geneviève people have been making wine for its entire existence. Originally, the early French made wine from wild grapes growing up in the trees. The phrase, making the vintage with a hatchet, referred to the practice of cutting down trees in order to get to the grapes. The wine was also made from local fruits and berries. Many locals still make their own wine. Today, Ste. Geneviève County is home to numerous wineries along the Route de Vin Trail.
Historic Roads…

Historic Roads…

The Roads Less Traveled Ste. Geneviève County is home to three historic roads.Three Notch Road: The earliest was the Three Notch Road that went from Ste. Geneviève to the lead mines at Mine la Motte.  The King’s Road: The second road was started in 1779 and became known as the King’s Road, or El Camino Real in Spanish, and eventually Kingshighway. There is a rural portion of this road north of downtown Ste. Geneviève that visitors can drive.  The Plank Road: The third historic highway was the 1852 Ste. Geneviève, Iron Mountain, and Plank Road. Constructed of wood, it was the longest such road built in Missouri and was used primarily to haul iron products from Iron Mountain west of present-day Farmington to Ste. Genevieve for transshipment on the river.  Visitors can drive a rural portion of Lime Kiln Road west of Ste. Geneviève.
Ste. Geneviève…

Ste. Geneviève…

The Patron Saint of Paris Did you know the “Ste” in Ste. Geneviève is the abbreviated form of Sainte because the town is named after a French female saint? Ste. Geneviève lived around 400 AD and was well-loved by the French. She is known as the patron saint of Paris since she is attributed to having saved Paris from Attila the Hun. The Church of Ste. Geneviève has a large statue of her above the front doors, a side altar dedicated to her, and a famous painting “The Vows of Ste. Geneviève” which is purported to have been given to the parish by King Louis XV. 
Art Colony…

Art Colony…

LIST OF ARTISTS ART COLONY Post Marked! A wall in the local post office was the canvas for a special mural commissioned by the federal government. As post offices were being built around the country in the early 1900s, 10% of the budget was directed towards art. Around the same time, Ste. Geneviève established its own Art Colony similar to the one in Providence, Rhode Island. Members included: Jessie Beard Rickly, Thomas Hart Benton, Aimee Schweig, Miriam McKinnie, Martyl Schweig Langsdorf, Sister Cassiana Marie, Joseph Meert, Bernard E. Peters, E. Oscar Thalinger, and Matthew E. Ziegler  Today, Ste. Geneviève has an Art Guild. There are also art galleries, art walks, opportunities to participate in Plein Air, “in the open air” painting, and a variety of art-related activities throughout the year.
Local Cuisine…

Local Cuisine…

Foodie Alert Don’t forget to satisfy your palette with some local cuisine. Here are a couple of local treats on the opposite ends of the culinary spectrum. Oberle Dog A little butcher shop on the outskirts of Ste. Geneviève is home to the famous Oberle sausage, or as it’s more commonly known the Oberle Dog. The Oberle Dog is courtesy of Ste. Geneviève’s German heritage. Germans from the Southern Black Forest region immigrated here from the 1830s to the 1870s when the Oberle family brought their sausage recipe to the area. Nuts for Ste. Geneviève – Pecans If you’re looking for something to satisfy your sweet tooth, try some pralines made from the pecans of the Carya illinoinensis tree. Known for its naturally sweet taste, this pecan tree is native to Missouri and can be found growing in the deep alluvial soils of the Mississippi River.

rv & camping

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Hawn State Park

Just 25 minutes west of Ste. Geneviève, Hawn State Park is one of the best wilderness experiences that nature has to offer.

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Hidden Valley RV Park & Storage

Located on the north side of Highway OO just off Interstate 55.

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Perryville RV Resort, LLC

Perryville RV Resort with over 80 spaces for RVs, camping and rentals.

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Hawn State Park

Just 25 minutes west of Ste. Geneviève, Hawn State Park is one of the best wilderness experiences that nature has to offer.

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Hidden Valley RV Park & Storage

Located on the north side of Highway OO just off Interstate 55.

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Perryville RV Resort, LLC

Perryville RV Resort with over 80 spaces for RVs, camping and rentals.

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