Located on a river bluff in the heart of Missouri Wine Country, the Central Hotel in New Haven, Missouri is the ideal base for business or pleasure in mid-Missouri.

The hotel offers the hospitality and charm of a bed and breakfast combined with the privacy and amenities you expect in a fine hotel.

Each of the five finely appointed guest rooms has a unique personality and offers a spacious private bath, plush robes, hair dryers, satellite TV, DVD/VHS player, coffee maker, private phone, high-speed wireless Internet, a writing desk, and access to a printer and fax machine. A complimentary continental breakfast is served each morning.

Make use of the complete, newly remodeled kitchen during your stay or enjoy a variety of area restaurants. The three covered porches are the perfect locations to set up your laptop and work or just relax with a bottle of local wine. New Haven is located between Hermann (fifteen miles) and Washington (ten miles), and fifteen wineries are just a short drive away.

Make use of the complete, newly remodeled kitchen during your stay or enjoy a variety of area restaurants.

The three covered porches are the perfect locations to set up your laptop and work or just relax with a bottle of local wine. New Haven is located between the Missouri towns of Hermann (fifteen miles) and Washington (ten miles), and fifteen wineries are just a short drive away.

Resident innkeeper Jeanie Damschroeder is always available and will work with you to accommodate your needs and personalize your stay. Groups can rent the entire hotel for a reduced rate, so it is a perfect location for small business meetings, retreat venues, family reunions, wedding parties, or gatherings of friends exploring wine country. Whether you are in the area for work, play, or a little of both, Central Hotel in New Haven, MO is the ideal destination.

 

New Haven was founded in 1836 as a riverboat stop on the Missouri River first called "Miller's Landing." Founder Phillip Miller operated a wood yard on the river to fuel the steamboat trade.

In the 1850s the arrival of the Union Pacific railroad brought increased commerce and economic activity to the area. In 1856, town fathers changed the name from Miller's Landing to "New Haven", reflecting the growth of the town from its origins as a steamboat stop.

German immigrants helped settle the area through the 19th century, many of them coming from the Borgholzhausen, Germany area in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Today, New Haven maintains an active Sister-City partnership with Borgholzhausen.

 

Central Hotel Bed & Breakfast
1017 Maupin Street | New Haven, Missouri (MO) 63068
Phone: (573) 237-8540 | E-Mail: Click Here | Web Site: www.centralhotelnh.com
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