Cozy Christmas Getaway: Unwrapping the Magic at Woodstock Inn B&B

The holiday season is upon us, and what better way to celebrate than by escaping to a charming bed and breakfast? Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, our quaint establishment is transformed into a festive haven during Christmas, offering a unique and intimate retreat.

As you step into a Woodstock Inn B&B during the holiday season, you’re immediately enveloped in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Our staff take pride in adorning every nook with twinkling lights, festive wreaths, and the delightful scent of cinnamon and pine. It’s a visual and aromatic feast that sets the perfect backdrop for a memorable Christmas escape.

The accommodations at Woodstock Inn B&B are a testament to comfort and charm, but during Christmas, they become magical retreats. Picture yourself nestled under a cozy blanket, sipping hot cocoa by a crackling fireplace. The rooms often feature tasteful holiday decorations, creating an ambiance that evokes the nostalgia of Christmases past.

What sets Woodstock Inn B&B apart during the holidays is the personalized service. Our staff goes above and beyond to make your stay special, from hanging personalized ornaments to surprising guests with homemade treats. It’s the little details that make a Christmas getaway at a bed and breakfast truly enchanting.

The culinary experience is another highlight of a Christmas stay. Wake up to the enticing aroma of holiday-inspired breakfasts, featuring treats like gingerbread pancakes and spiced cider.

Staying at Woodstock Inn B&B during Christmas isn’t just about the cozy accommodations and delectable treats; it’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in local holiday traditions. Our staff often share insider tips on nearby events, ensuring you can experience the best of the local festive spirit.

In conclusion, if you’re looking to unwrap the magic of Christmas in a cozy and intimate setting, a bed and breakfast is the perfect destination. Embrace the warmth, indulge in festive feasts, and create lasting memories in a charming home away from home. This holiday season, give yourself the gift of a Christmas getaway at a bed and breakfast—a truly special experience that will leave you with cherished memories and a heart full of holiday cheer.

Weekend Tea

Saturday, May 15th

▪️Finger Foods
▪️Cookie Decoration
▪️Special overnight room rates
▪️Perfect for Mothers, Grandmothers, Aunts, & Sisters

Call the Inn at 816.886.5656 for additional information.⠀

December 12th & January 16th

?????? ?????????? ???? ?????! Enjoy some treats and hot beverages. We’ll be making gingerbread house crafts and Kim will be presenting an overview of Alpine Adventures. Alpine Adventures in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. All from the cozy comfort of Woodstock Inn. Enjoy being immersed in the land of Christmas markets, handcrafted goods, and cozy lodges.Come by and see the inn all decked out for the holiday season. Door prizes!

Intensive Language Instruction in Spanish (November 16th-20th)

Intensive Language instruction in Spanish | Woodstock Inn Mo

Our NEXT event: Intensive Language Instruction in Spanish (November 16th-20th)
Come for the week and learn in small groups from Kim, professional language teacher. Or, come after work from 6-8 to pick up some conversational phrases and practice your Spanish abilities.

We will order dinner a couple of the evenings, and eat together in an immersive atmosphere where the focus is on practicing Spanish. There will also be some extensive tips and tools on how to teach your children Spanish from home.

Pricing: $995 single/$575 per person double occupancy

Call us at 816.886.5656 to book a room and workshop!

Travel with Kim to Italy⠀

Travel with Kim to Italy | Woodstock Inn Mo

Travel with Kim to Italy from the cozy comfort of Woodstock Inn! Kim lived in Italy for 7 years and has in depth knowledge of nooks and crannies you can’t even imagine. This is a favorite country to travel to, and you won’t want to miss it. Take away some fall recipes from Tuscany! ⠀

Pricing: Regular bed and breakfast room price + $50 for workshop⠀

Call us at 816.886.5656 to book a room and workshop!

Fall Open House

Saturday, October 17th

?Come see our rooms all ready for the fall season!
?Sample some of our favorite treats, some of which are internationally inspired!
?Craft time for kids and the young at heart.
?$5 Pulled pork sandwiches w/ chips and drink! (1st come 1st serve)
?Scavenger Hunt
?Door Prizes
?Raffle Tickets $1 chance to win a free night stay at the Inn
?Tell your friends about this event and if they stay you get 10% off your next stay!

Our in-house author and travel expert will be discussing travel group plans to England (when we get the okay to travel)!Call the Inn at 816.886.5656 for additional information.⠀

Covid-19 Update

The safety and well-being of our guests is always our top priority, but that commitment takes on special significance in light of the global outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus). As always the highest level of cleanliness is extremely important to us.  Our desire is for our guests to always feel safe when they are visiting.

We have used the time to thoroughly disinfect all guest areas. We recommend following the CDC guidelines for continued social distancing at this time. The set up of the bed and breakfast and property allow our guests to social distance. We have also implemented a choice of two breakfast times and on-demand request for in-room breakfast.

A great way to support us or any small business during this transition time is to purchase a gift certificate for future use. Give one to an essential worker as a special “Thank You” for all their hard work and dedication.

Kim Morgan, owner & innkeeper

covid19 response/update | Woodstock Inn B&B

Kim’s Travels: History in Penn, Buckinghamshire

Travel with me! Take a virtual tour with me of some of the hidden and not so hidden gems in Europe and beyond. I lived in Europe for 17 years and organized 30-40 trips for family and friends. In these little bite-sized tours, I’ll take you to a place that you may someday want to add to your bucket list! Here we go!

There is a little town called Penn in the area of Buckinghamshire just northwest of London where I used to live. It’s off the M40 not far past the M25 which is the ring road around London. There is an exit called Beaconsfield, and Penn is about 5 miles in. It consists of only a church, a couple of pubs, and a collection of houses…though there are also many impressive estates around. Anyway, it has an outsized history compared to its tiny size.

First of all, Penn was part of the Penn family lands, as in the Penn family from which the state of Pennsylvania is named. During the British civil war, Oliver Cromwell holed up with his armies at the Crown in Penn. The Crown was the first pub I ate at during the warm summer days in August when I first arrived for my job in England.

Kim's Travels | Penn England | Woodstock Inn B&B

We sat outside and my sponsor told me the story I am now telling you, and pointed to the different additions to this 500 year old pub which had served as Cromwell’s Inn in the 1640’s. She pointed to an added building that served as a coffin making facility during the plague of 1665. The Crown is located right across the street from the little church where the Penn family attended, and a tunnel from the coffin makers to the cemetery was created so that the virus would not become airborne.

Next to the little church is a very small one lane road, the kind that England and Ireland are famous for, and the kind that has pull outs to allow oncoming traffic to pass. After lunch we crossed the street and walked along this path. It’s a very old path evident by the fact that the road runs 3-4 feet below the level of the terrain in some spots. One mile down the path and you arrive at the Royal Standard. The Royal Standard is almost 1000 years old. The King holed up here with his troops when fighting Olivier Cromwell. It’s like walking back in time when you enter the Royal Standard. The leaded glass windows, stone walls, and petrified wood speak of its age. It is used in movies, particularly since Pinewood studios is nearby.

On a summer’s eve, it is full of people who are a mix of locals and first-timers who feel pleased with themselves at having found a hidden spot of such historical significance. The food is good too! I love their mushroom risotto, and Eton Mess for dessert (strawberries, meringue cookies, and cream.) Sometimes people order their special brews like strawberry beer. In the back of the menu there are tales of the inn including that of kings and highwaymen, ladies and scoundrels.

I love taking some of my traveling groups to this little spot in England. Its a hidden spot that is just bursting with stories and history underfoot.

What do you think? Is that someplace you would like to go? Let me know what is on your bucket list.