Stay at Stephen Jones House Inn
Location: 110 Jefferson Street
Washington, MO 63090
We’re located at 110 Jefferson Street, Washington, Missouri. Check out the map for a better look at our location in downtown, historic Washington.
Are you ready to book your stay? You can do that by filling out the contact form below. Or if you’d rather, you can give us a call at (314) 800-8258 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you have questions about staying at Stephen Jones House Inn?
Then take a look at these common questions and their answers. You might find your question among them.
Q: Where is a good place to eat nearby?
A: We have just the resource for you right here. Take a look. We’re sure you’ll find somewhere delicious to dine. The closest sit-down family restaurants (we consider these to be walking distance) are Cowan’s Restaurant and the Tilted Skillet. If you’d like a bar and grill, then there are many more options toward the riverfront and down Main Street. And there’s a delightful deli nearby Jefferson and Main (and an ice cream shop you won’t forget a little further down Main Street as well).
Q: How much is it to stay at Stephen Jones House Inn?
A: We offer extended stay rates. Our monthly rate for an upstairs suite is $1750 which includes a weekly cleaning service. For our downstairs suite, the monthly rate is $2000.
Q: Can my pet come with me when I stay?
A: Unfortunately, no. In consideration of all of our guests, we currently do not allow pets.
Q: What is there to do in the area?
A: Do you like wine? If so, you’re in the perfect place because you are surrounded by wine country! Take a look at the area wineries to see which you’d prefer, or plan a wine country tour. How do you take a tour? Amtrak will take you to Hermann where you can hop a ride on the Hermann Trolley. Or if you don’t like wine, check out our calendar of events. There is always something to do. As for getting out, our Riverfront Trail is a favorite. We also have many parks all over Washington.
Q: Is the kitchen fully stocked?
A: The only things not in the kitchen already are groceries (and you!). But if you have an especially favorite kitchen gadget you’re not sure you can live without, bring it along.