The Lowenstein House Bed & Breakfast, LLC -
About Us:
The Lowenstein House was built in 1897 by Abraham Lowenstein who was known as one of the largest egg and wool distributors west of the Mississippi River.
The Lowenstein House Bed & Breakfast features  luxurious rooms that will suit any guest.
The large, private En Suite room will entice you as you enter to find a cozy fireplace, and a beautiful seating/reading area in the Victorian era turret. Sleeping accommodations include: King Size Bed with a Specialty Sleep memory foam mattress, Egyptian Cotton Sheets and down-feather comforter for added luxury. Additional accommodations include:  flat screen television with digital cable and DVD player.  The attached Private Bathroom offers plush bath robes, a large dressing room and walk-in closet.
As you walk into the second room, you will immediately be drawn to the gorgeous bay windows.  This beautiful room offers a King size bed with Egyptian Cotton Sheets and down-feather comforter,  television with digital cable and DVD player.     Additional accommodations include:  two built-in closets and plush robes. Although the bathroom is not attached to the room, it is just a few steps away at the end of the hallway.
You may also "rent the house".  This includes the two rooms listed above in addition you will be able to use two other bedrooms.The first room offers a queen size bed with Egyptian Cotton Sheets, television, and plush robes.  The forth bedroom is next to the shared bathroom.  It has a Rod Iron full size bed.
We provide a convenient refrigerator for our guests.
A beautiful Victorian parlor room allows for visiting or reading at any time.
Price includes: fresh, hot breakfast; free high-speed Internet;  and digital cable.  
The Inn-keeper is Mark McCulley
919 Calhoun Street
Chillicothe, MO 64601
Check In:
4:00 - 6:00 pm
Check Out:
11:00 am
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