White Mule Winery Bed and Breakfast

Take a step back in time and enjoy relaxing in a beautiful country setting in our turn of the century, 100+ year old farm house.

Located at 2087 US-50 Owensville, MO, this 100+ year old farm home sits directly behind the winery! It has been fully refurnished and has a unique rustic design that will truly make you feel at home and not at a hotel. Prices may vary depending on special events. If you wish to rent the whole house, the prices below do not include breakfast or any meals. You may bring your own food and beverages and make use of the kitchen facilities. Breakfast is $8 per person if you wish for us to make it if you have the whole house booked. Also, for a small fee, you can send your grocery list and the house will be stocked with the items you request when you arrive..


Rates:                                    Nights       1      /   2      /   3
Single Rooms – Monday-Thursday    $79   / $149 / $219
Single Rooms – Friday-Sunday           $89   / $159 / $259
Whole House – Monday-Thursday    $259 / $499 / $599
Whole House – Friday-Sunday           $289 / $569 / $659

Great rates!  Each bedroom has it's own private shower, toilet and sink.  With cozy comfortable beds and Old country charm, take a step back in time and enjoy relaxing in a beautiful country setting.  White Mule Bed & Breakfast, next door to the winery, is a turn-of-the-century farmhouse that is located in the heart of wine country in central Missouri.  This farmhouse is the original that sat directly behind the old Charlotte Store and Post Office.  This farm was previously owned by the Roethemeyer family, one of the last farm families in Gasconade County to farm with mules.  In 2004, the Schlottach Family acquired this farm, which adjoined theirs.  The Schlottach farm was the site of the Charlotte blacksmith shop.  In the late 1800's, the store, the post office, the blacksmith shop, and two churches (which are still active today) made up the community of Charlotte.  Stay with us and get a little taste of great Americana history.