Quaint guest room located in a building that has been home to two flower shops during its life time.... Sounds delightful right:) The location is just as perfect. A few blocks walk or trolley ride will have you sipping wine and shopping amidst the historic district of Hermann, MO. The main floor is now home of The Wooden Hanger, an upscale clothing boutique.
The building holds a lot of interesting history and local "hear say"...
The stone building was built in 1846 by Prussian immigrants and used as their family home. It is now home to Head Hunters Salon on the lower level and the Flower Shop Guest Suite on the upper level.
The brick building was added in 1867 were the family ran a successful bar and brothel called the Farmers Home Hotel. During prohibition the locals say that it was the place to get moon shine. The story goes that the alcohol would be tunneled into the basement through a false grating system. Portions of the tunnel still remain.
There is a common entrance door to the building. And a private entrance to your guest room.
Interaction with guests
Myself or my staff will be at The Wooden Hanger during regular business hours Monday thru Friday 9:00-5:00 and Saturday 9:00-2:00. I do try and accommodate all our guests with flexible arrival and departure times.
Other things to note
I am not real strict on the "check in" and "check out" times. If other guests are scheduled to check in or out I will let you know in advance. Otherwise I just ask that you "check out" by 3:00.
The golden rule applies here. So if you wouldn't want it done to your space, we just ask that you do not abuse ours.
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I grew up on a dairy farm near Hermann, MO, in a town called Bay. My childhood help to create a true love for the area. So after moving away to further my education, I made my way back, got married, we have two wonderful children, and have made a happy life for our family. Airbnb has created an outlet for me to share our spaces in hopes of spreading the joy that Hermann has brought to me in my life.