If you are planning a business meeting or event in Jefferson City, you might consider staying at a Bonnots Mill, Missouri Bed and Breakfast. Bonnots Mill is only seven miles east of the capital nestled in the sheer bluffs overlooking the junction of the Osage and Missouri Rivers. Lewis and Clark passed through this area on their historic expedition.
The Osage River is named for the Osage Nation, the indigenous people at the time of the arrival of first European settlers. The Osage is a tributary of the Missouri River which is the longest river in North America.
Bonnots Mill, a once booming railroad town, was the shipping point for the western and central areas of Osage County.
One of the advantages of choosing a member of the Bed and Breakfast Inns of Missouri for your lodging in Bonnots Mill is the close proximity to Jefferson City. You can visit the exhibits of The Missouri State Museum located on the first floor of the Capital Building depicting the rich history of the state including slave life during the Civil War.