The Brewer's Room has a collection of books written by guests who've stayed in that room. Bring your book here.
Central location. Near many attractions.
There are many collections including 18th and 19th century British art, Ohio Pottery and the books.
located in an Historic German and French Neighborhood near Soulard Market and other entertainment
Established in 1992.
Brewer's House opened in a pre-internet world. It was built between 1840 and 1850 probably as a home for German workers. I has an historic charm but is very informal. I don't have any ghost stories but there is a secret door if you can find it.
Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 1829 Lami St, Saint Louis, MO, 63104
Hotels in Saint Louis, MO Bed & Breakfast in Saint Louis, MO
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1. Natalie E.
Rick is wonderful :) Be sure to check out the website, what you see is definitely what you get, and it doesn't get much better than that!
I loved waking up to the smell of strong coffee and sitting down at the breakfast table for fresh fruit each morning... plus crispy bacon and cheese omelets, yum! This will definitely be my home away from home when I visit St. Louis from now on.
Caroline the dog is a sweetheart too!
01/05/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Alex A.
My husband and I searched for a long time to find a B&B to stay in for a few nights after our wedding before we jetted off out of the country.
He instantly fell in love with Brewer's House. I had my reservations, but we ended up booking anyway. And I am oh so happy we did.
Rick was prompt in emailing us back regarding my many questions.
The place isn't too difficult to find, and has a charming exterior. It's centrally located, and is convenient for travelling anywhere downtown.
From the moment we stepped in, I adored the decor inside. I must tell you, the pictures online don't do it justice. It's eclectic, colorful, and surprisingly works. It is the coolest mash-up of modern and vintage that I've ever seen. The home had a very warm feel about it, and despite the trinkets everywhere, didn't feel at all cluttered. The hot tub was one of the B&B's appeals for us, and it didn't fail to disappoint.
We stayed in The Colorful Master Suite downstairs. I'm glad we ended up with this room because the bathroom is attached directly to the bedroom, and the decor was more our style than the room upstairs. It was cozy, but not crowded. The bed was big and comfy, and the double shower and heated light in the bathroom were wonderful touches.
Despite it being a small B&B with only 2 rooms, we still had our privacy.
To say Rick was a gracious host would be an understatement. He's a super friendly, accommodating gentleman with some great stories to tell. We greatly enjoyed chatting with him every morning as he cooked our breakfast of GOOD coffee (coming from 2 coffee snobs), crispy, thick bacon slices from Soulard Market, fresh fruit, and a satisfying cheese omelette. I loved that there were new pastries on the table every morning as well. Even though we didn't need much direction since we're both from the St Louis area, it was obvious that he's knowledgeable of both the city's history and the hidden gems around town. We both felt completely comfortable with him instantly.
I cannot highly recommend the Brewer's House enough. There was literally not one bad, not even one mediocre thing about our experience, which as you probably know, is extremely rare for a lodging place of any sort. We are telling all our friends and family about it, and personally, neither of us can wait for an excuse to return.
09/03/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Nancy A.
AMAZING! This has got to be one of the best experiences I've ever had. Rick the owner of the Brewer's House Bread and Breakfast was just soooo great to us! He cooked for us every single day delicious yummy food including pastries, eggs as desired, and the bacon smell was basically our alarm clock every morning.
If you ever go to Saint Louis, you have to stay at Rick's place if you want to just experience something different and wonderful. He has a beautiful and well behaved dog named Caroline and she was sooo adorable. Rick is very well knowledgeable of the city and things to do. He recommended that we went to the Arch! we didn't even know you can actually go inside of it for a small fee so we went all the way up and he also suggested that we went to the Science Center (no entrance fee) and the zoo (also free). Overall, I would stay at this place again the rooms were beautiful, nothing like the other hotels offer, this feels like if you are in your own dream home, very well kept and he thought of everything from the carpet and bed decorations to the surrounding areas of the home, each time you look at a different place, you will see something that will capture your eyes. He even has ropes ready for you to use. I usually do not take the time to write reviews like this but Rick deserves it, he treated us like queens and kings and even prepared fruit and pastries to go for my boyfriend's parents because their flight left early and he let them take the topper ware which he didn't even have to. EXCELLENT!
24/03/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0