I mentioned on Friday that we were headed to Hermann, Missouri for a friends wedding. We had a wonderful time! We stayed at a cute little B&B called Meyer’s Hilltop Farm. It was just outside of town but it felt like it was nestled away in the middle of the country. The owners, Maggie and Eldon, are super sweet and chatty and Maggie made everyone a delicious breakfast both mornings.
The house was decorated with antiques and country collectables, which wasn’t really my style but I guess that’s what you get with a B&B. I loved the outside of the home and the property though. It had a huge front porch from where we could watch the hummingbirds, an old-fashioned hammock, lots of flowers and huge trees, an old barn, and even an old hollowed-out tree on the road up to the house.
It was super affordable too: the attached suite is $120 a night and the two bedrooms inside the house are only $80. What a great deal!
We had a little time Saturday to sample some wines at Stone Hill before the wedding on Saturday, and Sunday we went back to tour the property before visiting Adam Puchta winery. I’ll be back later this week with photos from that part of the trip, stay tuned!