Lodge Bed & Breakfast
Situated atop Macintosh Hill in Pike County, Missouri, The Village of the Blue Rose Lodge overlooks the mighty Mississippi River and the surrounding countryside.
The 60-acre property is located on scenic Highway 79, five miles north of historic Clarksville and five miles south of scenic Louisiana, MO.
We have three beautiful rooms to choose from. Each includes a delicious, hot country breakfast prepared special for our guests.
Price: $109 per night.
Secluded on the lower level, this spacious master bedroom includes a kingsize bed, sofa, table & chairs with a coffee maker, along with a private bath with tub & shower.
There is also a private door leading to an outdoor patio and fire pit overlooking the river.
Pet friendly Add-on Option
Price: $20 per night fee.
Ivy Room Add-on Option
Price: $60 per night.
An additional room, the Ivy room is available for additional sleeping with the same group. (Both rooms share a bath.)
Price: $99 per night
Tucked comfortably on the second floor, includes both a queen bed and a twin bed.
An in-room sitting area with an unrestricted view of the river and a small table & chairs with a coffee maker and private bath with shower.
A separate AC unit ensures maximum comfort for our guests.
Price: $89 per night.
Handicapped accessible quaint, first floor room.
Has a cozy window seat, queen bed, table and chairs, tv, coffee maker and a large private bathroom with a shower.
The in-room heating and ac unit allows our guest to control room temperature.
Our Common Room is located on the lower level, and has many doors and windows providing a wonderful view overlooking the Mississippi River. This Common Room is available for any of our guests to enjoy.
- Large fireplace (with firewood)
- 50" television & DVD player
- Sofa and comfortable chairs
- Tables and chairs for games or card playing
- Board Games, Cards
Guests can also enjoy our outdoor firepit area, picnic area, deck, porches, and the large pavilion with ceiling fans.
Come spend a quiet relaxing afternoon watching native birds at our feeders, deer and wild turkeys wandering over the fields and the barges and excursion boats slowly moving on the river.
In the right season you may even spot some eagles, seagulls, pelicans, heron, and various other wildlife as they follow nature's plan.