Eggers & Co. Bed & Breakfast

Based on collective memories, a stay at Eggers and Company General Store B & B is reminiscent of visiting grandparents in the country.  After a pleasant drive through the beautiful countryside of eastern Perry County, the story of rural America in the mid 1900’s unfolds as you step across the threshold.

The General Store with house attached is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has been lovingly restored by owners Ellen and Steve Frye.  Ellen’s grandfather, Martin “Tom” Eggers and his brother Walt were the store owners from 1920 through 1966.  Many original artifacts remain in tribute to the Eggers family, the town of Farrar and rural America in those decades.

Breakfast offerings from Ella’s kitchen serving in-season locally grown food.

19 PCR 328

Farrar, MO  63746

(573) 824-5271 or (314) 706-0159

website: http://eggersandcompany.com/

Drury Inn
Drury Inn, Fruitland, Missouri

This Bavarian-style hotel off I-55 in Jackson may not look like the other Drury Inn & Suites on the outside, but their friendly staff always welcomes guests to relax in a clean, comfortable room and enjoy all of our free extras. Free breakfast is served daily, as well as free hot food and cold beverages every evening at our 5:30 Kickback®.

225 Drury Lane
Jackson, MO 63755


Website: https://www.druryhotels.com/locations/jackson-mo/drury-inn-and-suites-jackson-mo

Weber Farm airbnb
The Weber Farm

The Weber Farm: Enjoy a 125+ year old country home with large yard and beautiful shade trees located on a 100-acre farm in the rolling hills of SE Missouri. The house is very clean and spacious with 3 large bedrooms, comfortable beds, beautiful hardwood floors and a large living room. We have hand-made quilts and antique furniture throughout. The kitchen is fully furnished. Relax on our 40’ front porch with swing or by the fire pit. The Weber Farm is a perfect place for you to recharge from stress & busy schedules!

Website:  https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/38480138?shared_item_type=1&virality_entry_point=1&sharer_id=249035621&source_impression_id=p3_1571243707_FLZIk73IJpENyUhI

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