Dauphine Hotel

★★★★☆
  • 100 Iris Ave

    Bonnots Mill, MO 65016

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  • 573-897-4144

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A little surprise worth seeking out.

Bonnots Mill is nestled in a valley on a river just outside of Jefferson City, Missouri. This little hotel from the mid-1800s has been restored and beautifully decorated. Each room has obviously received meticulous care. I noticed the owners have a website, so check out the pictures.

The town has a couple of restaurants. One of them is also very old and interesting. The other is not as old and has a deck outside for eating outside. We ate at both of them and they both have good food. They are not 5-star restaurants, but a lot of fun with small-town atmosphere.

There is a small grocery in town that stays open late. The owners will make deli sandwiches and other goodies to order right there in the store. Gasoline is available at the store pump. Also, bait for fishing, ice, movies -- all you need.

There is a music or dance club down near the water, but we did not go to that, so cannot comment about it.

The town is very tiny, the homes are well-maintained. Some homes are very old and have plaques on the front porches with the dates they were built.

The town is in a valley, so the main street is on a hill. There is a Catholic Church at the top of the hill. The town also has a post office if you need to mail a letter or buy stamps.

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★★★★☆

A little surprise worth seeking out.

Bonnots Mill is nestled in a valley on a river just outside of Jefferson City, Missouri. This little hotel from the mid-1800s has been restored and beautifully decorated. Each room has obviously received meticulous care. I noticed the owners have a website, so check out the pictures.

The town has a couple of restaurants. One of them is also very old and interesting. The other is not as old and has a deck outside for eating outside. We ate at both of them and they both have good food. They are not 5-star restaurants, but a lot of fun with small-town atmosphere.

There is a small grocery in town that stays open late. The owners will make deli sandwiches and other goodies to order right there in the store. Gasoline is available at the store pump. Also, bait for fishing, ice, movies -- all you need.

There is a music or dance club down near the water, but we did not go to that, so cannot comment about it.

The town is very tiny, the homes are well-maintained. Some homes are very old and have plaques on the front porches with the dates they were built.

The town is in a valley, so the main street is on a hill. There is a Catholic Church at the top of the hill. The town also has a post office if you need to mail a letter or buy stamps.

Pros: Unique, good hosts, good food

Cons: Off the beaten track, but worth it

 

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