The property was wonderful. We checked in late so our stay was short but we are looking forward to returning for a longer stay. Our room was small but pleasant. What I didn’t like is that our bed was hard and very uncomfortable and the blanket was very thin. We didn’t sleep well.
Stayed here for a week during August. The owners were sweet and the room was adorable. The town is pretty dead Monday and Tuesday so we opted to have their dinner Tuesday night (highly recommend!). It's close to town but is not within walking distance. Overall, I would recommend it.
This was just an amazing experience. The breakfast brought to our room every morning was the cherry on top. We would recommend Up Up and Away to everyone.
Beautiful property near Missouri River. Manager was accommodating but not intrusive. We were delightfully surprised by how pleasant our stay was.
this place was well worth it, I give it 10 out of 5 stars. absolutely amazing view, 200 ft. above Missouri river, can see for miles, eagles fly by, just the coolest b&b we have been to. owners were extremely nice and accomadating, breakfast was awesome. could not have a better stay. along Missouri ...
The inn Keepers were so pleasant and accommodating. They made us feel right at home!
We would stay here again in a heartbeat
We were upgraded to the presidential suite with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths which was wonderful. Only suggestion would be to upgrade the carpet. Nice staff! Shuttle to wineries is great. We would definitely stay here again!
Room was fantastic. Very clean and modern. We have stayed in Hermann multiple times and this has been our favorite so far.
Vacationing with the children is sometimes hard work. Why wouldn't you treat yourself at Bias Vineyards and Winery?
To discover it, you'll need to head to Washington, located only 65 miles from the state capital, Jefferson City.
If you're hoping to find accommodations near to Bias Vineyards and Winery, the decision is easy as just 1 hotel is listed within 6 miles of this great attraction. This hotel is the Cedar Creek. It requires a short journey of 5 miles.