Experience the beauty and history of The Mark Twain National Forest by spending the night in one of the area’s Bed and Breakfasts. These homes and their owners offer their guests homey amenities and local guidance, located near all that the forest has to offer, along with wineries, restaurants and more. These historic places allow guests to not only learn about the history of the area but to live within it.

Old Caledonian Bed & Breakfast

Penny Province and Jon Emanuel invite you to spend your stay in their cozy Caledonia home, a registered historic site built in 1849.

116 S State Hwy 21
Caledonia, MO 63631

(573) 779-1300

Plain & Fancy Bed & Breakfast

This romantic getaway is nestled in Missouri’s breathtaking Arcadia Valley, centrally located to experience the Mark Twain National Forest and all of its natural beauty.

11178 Highway 72
Ironton, MO 63650


Crocker’s Country Charm Bed & Breakfast

Dawn and Cathy Crocker welcome you to their quaint bed and breakfast located in Lesterville, Missouri and featuring the charm that only the oldest house on record in Reynold’s County could offer.

Lesterville, Missouri 63654


Turkey Holler Bed & Breakfast

For an authentic country experience, stay in the loft of a beautifully remodeled barn which is a perfect venue for weddings, birthdays, and large family events.

8046 Raintree Drive
Bonne Terre, MO 63828

(573) 518-4752

Twelve Mile Creek Emporium

Formerly a Civil War hospital, Twelve Mile Creek Emporium is now a B&B, wine cottage, and restaurant that caters to guests looking to chase a little history and maybe even a ghost or two.

128 S State Highway 21
Caledonia, MO 63631

ph: 573-779-1238
alt: 573-854-1074

Aunt Kat’s B&B

In the middle of rolling fields and farmland, Aunt Kat’s B&B is a short drive to various wineries and antique shopping and is surrounded on 3 sides by the Mark Twain National Forest.

116 North Harding St.
Marquand, Missouri 63655


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