We are well-known as a romantic getaway, and the Inn has won several awards over the years in this category. After a major 2011 interior renovation, we now also invite small gatherings to our Inn. By virtue of the talents of Innkeeper Pam French, and travel organizer Kim Morgan, we have expertise in facilitating group events. We would love to have you for birthday celebrations, family reunions, wedding parties, spa weekends, Interest-based gatherings such as scrapbooking weekends, mystery weekends, etc.
Conveniently located at the heart of a Historic Western town, we are just paces away from a bus stop, 300 meters from an Amtrak station, and just a couple of minutes drive from Interstate 70, and the Truman Sports Complex where major professional sporting events and concerts take place. Please be our guest, and consider Woodstock Inn your own special getaway!
Woodstock Inn Bed & Breakfast
1212 W. Lexington Ave.
Independence, Missouri 64050
About Woodstock Inn
Located in the heart of Independence’s famous historical district, it is walking distance from award-winning restaurants, unique shops, a first-run cinema, and ample business services.
- The Inn reopens in 2011 under new management. Continuing a tradition of excellence, the Inn enjoys a stunning 2011 interior renovation.
- We introduce on-site hostess Pam French. Ms. French loves to cook and pamper guests. Review after review highlights Ms. French as a top-notch hostess.
- Kim Morgan, owner and part-time hostess of Woodstock Inn, is a teacher, writer, filmmaker, and adventurer. She travels the world, bringing back treasures and stories from far-flung places. These treasures, stories, and pictures are reflected in the unique character of the rooms and suites.
- Enjoy a warm and cozy stay, voted “Best B&B in Kansas City” 2001 & 2003
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