Fulton’s Brick District B&B- The Loganberry Inn

The Loganberry Inn in Fulton, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

Fulton’s Brick District B&B- The Loganberry Inn

1000 750 Laura (Abernathy) Huffman

Fulton’s historic districts beg to be explored on foot or by bicycle with a camera or sketchbook in tow. During Autumn the tree-lined streets are brilliant with leaves painted in fiery reds, blazing oranges, and warm golden yellows. Burled branches frame the neighborhoods’ sentinel like homes perfectly for Instagram-worthy architecture images. Rays of sunshine bathe the bricked street of the downtown commercial district.

Fulton, Missouri's Court Street will quicken the pulse of architecture enthusiasts and history buffs. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

Fulton, Missouri’s Court Street will quicken the pulse of architecture enthusiasts and history buffs. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

The Loganberry Inn, located at 310 West 7th Street, is the perfect place to kick off your walking shoes and collect your thoughts on Fulton’s history and architecture. The bed and breakfast, owned by innkeepers Cathy and Carl McGeorge, is housed in an 1899 Victorian dripping with period details. The inn is within easy walking distance of Brick District dining, shopping, arts and museums.

The Loganberry Inn in Fulton, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

The Loganberry Inn in Fulton, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

The McGregors began offering a historic district food tour December, 2017. This unique walking tour combines Fulton’s history with chef-owned restaurants and includes 7+ tastings, bites and sips. Your host will guide you and entertain you with tales, legends, and facts of Fulton. The Fulton Brick District Food Tour is a win, especially for history buffs, architectural admirers, and foodies.

Stained glass window at The Loganberry Inn in Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

Stained glass window at The Loganberry Inn in Fulton, Callaway County, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

The Loganberry Inn hasn’t forgotten the cyclist. When booking your stay ask about the Pedal Package. The innkeepers have mapped a self-guided bicycle tour of Fulton’s most historic and scenic locations. A portion of the route follows the Stinson Trail and includes a ride through a covered bridge.

If a cold or dreary day discourages outdoor exploration the Loganberry’s rooms and common areas encourage you to curl up in a comfy chair and dive into a book until it is time for afternoon cookies.

Fresh from the oven chocolate chip cookies at the Loganberry Inn at Fulton in Callaway County, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

Fresh from the oven chocolate chip cookies at the Loganberry Inn at Fulton in Callaway County, Missouri. Image by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

To learn more about the Loganberry Inn and her famous guests visit: https://www.loganberryinn.com.

Margaret Thatcher overnighted at The Loganberry Inn in Fulton in 1996. Image: The Margaret Thatcher Room by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

Margaret Thatcher overnighted at The Loganberry Inn in Fulton in 1996. Image: The Margaret Thatcher Room by Laura (Abernathy) Huffman for Population 91.

*A portion of Population 91’s visit to Fulton, Missouri was hosted by Callaway County Tourism. However, all opinions are those of the author. For more information on attractions, dining, events, lodging, museums, shopping, and theater in Fulton, Missouri please visit https://www.visitfulton.com.

Laura (Abernathy) Huffman

Content creator for www.population91.com Traveler, Historian, Explorer, Discoverer, Storyteller, Blogger, Wanderer, Ozarkian, Ingress Resistance Agent, Master Naturalist, Caver, Persimmon Picker

All stories by:Laura (Abernathy) Huffman

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Laura (Abernathy) Huffman

Content creator for www.population91.com Traveler, Historian, Explorer, Discoverer, Storyteller, Blogger, Wanderer, Ozarkian, Ingress Resistance Agent, Master Naturalist, Caver, Persimmon Picker

All stories by:Laura (Abernathy) Huffman
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