Come home to Washington.

Are you planning your next trip to Washington?

Take a peek at Stephen Jones House Inn built in 1833.

You're traveling for business. Again. And you'll be in the Washington, MO area for weeks. Last time, you toughed it out in a hotel which meant constantly eating out, a tiny closet, and trips to the laundromat. But this stay is going to be different because this time, you've booked your stay at Stephen Jones House Inn located in downtown Washington, Missouri. With four fully-furnished suites to choose from, each with their own kitchen, you have the room to eat, work, and relax. Designed with the extended stay in mind, each suite is built to give our guests all the comforts of home. On-site washer and dryer, WiFi, a stocked kitchen, closet space, off-street parking, and a convenient location — You'll feel at home here in Washington.

There's plenty to do, too.

Stephen Jones House Inn is within walking distance of resturants, Amtrak, and the riverfront. Do you enjoy wine or craft beer? Then walk on over to John G's Bier Deck. Or do you enjoy meringue? Then check out Cowan's Restaurant known for their "mile-high pies." For those who enjoy an active liftstyle, Washington's riverfront is home to a paved biking and walking trail, the Rotary Riverfront Trail. The Katy Trail is just across the river too.

Washington is a busy place with something for everyone. With our festivals, a farmers' market, the Washington fair, historical society events, and live music somewhere every weekend, we're confident you will have no shortage of options for getting out during your stay. Learn more about touring Washington.

Historic Washington

Historic Washington

Founded in 1796, Washington, Missouri is steeped in history. Originally called St. John Meyer's Settlement, Washington didn't gain its name until 1814 when a ferry began regularly transporting people and goods across the Missouri River. And of course, that's only the beginning.

Stephen Jones House Inn was built in 1833 by two-time mayor Stephen M. Jones. We're surrounded by history here, and we're proud to be part of Washington's future. Experience Washington's history for yourself.