The Studio Inn at St. Albans

Beautiful turn-of-the-century stone mansion event space

Originally constructed as a summer country home for Irene Walter Johnson, wife of philanthropist Walter Johnson, The Studio Inn at St. Albans is now a combination mansion event space and bed and breakfast. The Inn sits on beautiful rolling hills along the Missouri River and overlooks the St. Albans valley and a vineyard. This European-style estate can accommodate up to 12 overnight guests, and with this view, who wouldn’t want to extend their stay?! When you host or attend an event here, or stay the night, you may even forget you’re in the middle of Missouri!

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The Studio Inn was originally constructed as a summer country home for Irene Walter Johnson, wife of Oscar Johnson, a philanthropist and the co-founder of the International Shoe Company. Renowned architect Theodore Link, who designed St. Louis Union Station, was commissioned to build the home. Today the beautifully restored stone estate is used as an event space and a European-style bed and breakfast accommodating up to 12 overnight guests.

The Inn sits atop rolling hills overlooking the Missouri River, the St. Albans valley and a vineyard. A limestone terrace with a romantic fountain spreads across the entire back of the building. Nearby, a new hillside special events pavilion accommodates larger events. The pavilion features a large stone fireplace, three iron chandeliers and decorative ceiling fans.

The Studio Inn was originally constructed as a summer country home for Irene Walter Johnson, wife of Oscar Johnson, a philanthropist and the co-founder of the International Shoe Company. Renowned architect Theodore Link, who designed St. Louis Union Station, was commissioned to build the home. Today the beautifully restored stone estate is used as an event space and a European-style bed and breakfast accommodating up to 12 overnight guests.

The Inn sits atop rolling hills overlooking the Missouri River, the St. Albans valley and a vineyard. A limestone terrace with a romantic fountain spreads across the entire back of the building. Nearby, a new hillside special events pavilion accommodates larger events. The pavilion features a large stone fireplace, three iron chandeliers and decorative ceiling fans.

The Studio Inn was originally constructed as a summer country home for Irene Walter Johnson, wife of Oscar Johnson, a philanthropist and the co-founder of the International Shoe Company. Renowned architect Theodore Link, who designed St. Louis Union Station, was commissioned to build the home. Today the beautifully restored stone estate is used as an event space and a European-style bed and breakfast accommodating up to 12 overnight guests.

The Inn sits atop rolling hills overlooking the Missouri River, the St. Albans valley and a vineyard. A limestone terrace with a romantic fountain spreads across the entire back of the building. Nearby, a new hillside special events pavilion accommodates larger events. The pavilion features a large stone fireplace, three iron chandeliers and decorative ceiling fans.

The Studio Inn was originally constructed as a summer country home for Irene Walter Johnson, wife of Oscar Johnson, a philanthropist and the co-founder of the International Shoe Company. Renowned architect Theodore Link, who designed St. Louis Union Station, was commissioned to build the home. Today the beautifully restored stone estate is used as an event space and a European-style bed and breakfast accommodating up to 12 overnight guests.

The Inn sits atop rolling hills overlooking the Missouri River, the St. Albans valley and a vineyard. A limestone terrace with a romantic fountain spreads across the entire back of the building. Nearby, a new hillside special events pavilion accommodates larger events. The pavilion features a large stone fireplace, three iron chandeliers and decorative ceiling fans.