Welcome to our School House Bed & Breakfast Properties in Rocheport Missouri!
Our Rocheport bed and breakfast in the heart of Central Missouri and midway between St Louis and Kansas City, is a short drive for your overnight getaway! And the quaint town of Rocheport (pop. 239) offers fine dining, our local Les Bourgeois Winery, the scenic Katy Trail State Park and antique and artisan shops.
Experience unique lodging choices tailored to your traveling needs at our School House Bed & Breakfast, Clark Street Lodge and Dormitory House. You are sure to enjoy the atmosphere of each property as well as the attractions of Rocheport and nearby Columbia and Boonville, MO.
Whether you’re planning a romantic getaway, a Katy Trail cycling trip or a girlfriend getaway, one of our properties is a great fit for you. And we also offer weekday business retreat packages for your management team.
The original School House Bed & Breakfast is in a wonderfully restored 3-story brick building on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally serving as Rocheport’s public school, the building was converted to an elegant bed and breakfast with eleven beautifully appointed guest rooms. While having all the modern conveniences that travelers desire, the inn retains the history and charm of its past life. It’s the perfect starting point for your relaxing Rocheport bed and breakfast experience.
Our Clark Street Lodge, located just east of the School House building, offers self-service lodging with two apartment-style units ideal for small groups such as girlfriend getaways, cycling groups and families.
Our Dormitory House, located just west of the School House building, offers self-service lodging with two private guest rooms with private baths and multiple beds designed for budget Katy Trail cyclists.
ADA Compliance Statement:
None of our 3 small lodging properties are fully ADA compliant, but we make every effort to accommodate guests with physical limitations. Please call us with your specific needs. The School House Inn building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has steps required to enter the building and a 23-step staircase to the second floor Common Room (no elevator) where guest breakfast is served. However, for Inn guests with difficulty climbing the staircase, we can serve an in-room breakfast tray to a first floor guest room. Inn room bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible. Our Clark Street Lodge building does have a ramp to the entry porch and its first floor Cottage unit has 36” doorways; however, the bathroom and kitchen facilities are not wheelchair accessible. Both guest rooms in the Dormitory House are on the first floor with only two steps required to enter the building; however bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible.