Main Street Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Open since 1882, this inn is said to be haunted by a man who died here back in the 1890s. Although he makes a lot of noise up on the top floor in the early morning hours, he is said to be completely harmless. The locals say all he wants is for people to take notice of him.

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221 N Main St
Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670
United States

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37.9825897, -90.04346880000003
Ste. Genevieve County, Missouri
Nearest Towns:
Sainte Genevieve, MO (0.1 mi.)
Prairie du Rocher, IL (7.5 mi.)
Ellis Grove, IL (7.7 mi.)
Ozora, MO (8.2 mi.)
Kaskaskia, IL (8.3 mi.)
Saint Mary, MO (8.8 mi.)
Evansville, IL (9.4 mi.)
Bloomsdale, MO (9.7 mi.)
Ruma, IL (10.8 mi.)
Weingarten, MO (11.4 mi.)

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