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White Cliff Manor

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Reservation Policy



to length of stay at time of reservation.

Cash, Check

Tax & Credit Card Service Charges
Paid by Guest

Cancellation Policy Standard:
Notice given ten days prior to arrival date will receive 50% refund of deposit.

Cancellation Policy
Seasonal & Holiday
Reservations   Made 30 days or more in advance of arrival date are non refundable.

Trip Guard

Check-in 4:00-5:00 PM
11:00 AM

In Room Amenities


Cable/ TV/DVD
Central AC
Private Bath
Hair Dryer
Wine Glasses
Bottled Water

Are welcome
14 years and older.

Smoking is
allowed on all open porches,

Smoking is not allowed inside White Cliff Manor.
Violation of this policy will result in additional charges to your Visa or MC.

Payment for

caused by a 
guest of White Cliff Manor will be the immediate responsibility of that guest and charged to their  Visa/MC on file.

Pets: Two cats on the premise.
Dogs & Cats.  Allowed and must be kept in Travel Kennel on Air Conditioned porch.
Pet food available and fresh water.

Two horses on premise. Traveling with a horse.
Pasture available for turn out.  Fresh water, feed and hay
Current Coggins Test required to enter White Cliff Manor Grounds.

White Cliff Manor
Will not be responsible for Personal Items left behind in Guest Rooms or on the Grounds. Items left behind must be retrieved at the owners expense within 30 days.
White Cliff Manor
Does not offer kitchen use.


Brian Helms, Resident & Owner

                Welcome to White Cliff Manor Bed & Breakfast and Gardens.
                                                          2019 Season

After a successful career  in the Hospitality Industry,  I have found owning my Bed & Breakfast to be  extremely rewarding while enhancing your visit to our area.  I enjoy the
opportunity to use both my culinary and hotelier experience as they relate to offering you an interesting breakfast menu and a relaxing overnight accommodation.
In short, I am all about being your host. Below are Trip Notes and links to help you get started.                                                              
                                                                Thank you for visiting!

Along Main Street in Downtown Ste. Genevieve, unique tourism businesses have grown up over the years including Restaurants & Cafe's, Specialty Stores, Antique Shops, Wine Tasting Rooms and  Beer Gardens.
      Many talented
Artists live in our area and add an esthetic that fits beautifully within our community and enjoyed by all who visit their many galleries in Downtown Ste Genevieve.  Here our monthly Art Walk is held on the forth Friday of each month from  6:PM to 9:PM.  Most Studios serve wine and cheese and its a great deal of fun to meet and greet the artists while roaming their galleries.
If you wish to experience our Ghostly Past follow  Brian & Emily Gray as they tour you through
our old town and one of Missouri's oldest cemeteries.
       I  would be remiss if I didn't mention the                    
Wineries of  Ste. Genevieve County.  They are wonderful venues showcasing great restaurants with interesting menus, spectacular views and live entertainment.  They plan fascinating wine pairings and tasting events throughout the year and many wineries offer a variety of Micro Brews.
      We are proud of the Creole Colonial District and all it offers visitors who are interested in our French Colonial past.  Within the Creole Corridor you'll view the finest examples of French Colonial Architecture in North America while tour guides tell the stories of our first European settlers.      
Nearby Hawn State Park and Pickle Springs Natural Area offer the hiking enthusiast miles of scenic trails atop the St. Francois Mountain Range of the Ozark Plateau.  Hiking along the Mississippi River Hills is a different rugged hike with awesome views of natural bluff formations and most spectacularly within the 1700 acre Magnolia Hollow Conservation Area.  I have hiked Hickory Canyons, John J. Audubon Trail, Pickle Springs and Hawn. I find them all to be amazingly different and all worthwhile. 

along the Great River Road- Hwy 61- is an intriguing adventure linking many of our first settlements along the old Spanish Trace the first road built between St.Louis and New Orleans.
If you love Antiques -  St. Mary's Antique Mall  is the largest Mall in Southeast Missouri showcasing over 600 booths in Air Conditioned shopping splendor.

Boating on the Mississippi may be accessed from St. Mary's Boat Ramp located right down the road from White Cliff Manor.

The Migratory Flyway for North American Birds is the Mississippi Valley.  It hosts the annual Spring and Fall migration of millions of birds
many of which stop by to say hello at
White Cliff Manor.  If you are a Birder bring your binoculars you're in for a treat!

Our Public Golf Course features an 18 hole, par 72 course and a lovely Clubhouse to relax in while enjoying great food and refreshing beverages.
We hold many special events during the year.  The largest and most popular is the French/Creole
Jour de Fete, a two day two night August street party showcasing music, food, creole history, crafts and merriment.

If touring by car grab a Les Amis - French for - The Friends - " Self Guided Tour Brochure"  and Ferry across the Mississippi River to Praire du Rocher then tour the remarkable 1756 Fort de Chartres, a fine example of the French Empire's last stand in America. On down river you'll find Fort Kaskaskia and the confluence of the Kaskaskia and Mississippi rivers "what a view!". Resting just below the fort is the Pierre Menard House built in 1815. It is a must see and just across the river from White Cliff Manor.

Guests with private planes use Perryville Municipal Airport, it is a general aviation facility situated on a 351 acre site in Bois Brule Bottoms - 6.8 miles from White Cliff Manor's front door. Car rental is available from the Airport.

                   White Cliff Manor Bed & Breakfast and Gardens is about offering you a
                                                    Private • Spacious • Relaxing • Exceptional
                               Bed & Breakfast experience during your awesome vacation getaway
                                                                          to the heart of the
                               Creole Colonial District - Mid Mississippi River Valley                                                                                                                                                    

To Our Preservationists

"Across Every Worthwhile Human Activity There Fall The Shadows Of Men And Women."
 National Society of Colonial Dames
      Foundation for the Restoration of Ste. Genevieve
   Daughters of the American Revolution
Les Amis'
  French Heritage Society
Sons of the American Revolution
    State of Illinois
    State of Missouri
  Dedicated Private Citizens


   Brian Helms


Maitre de la Maison de White Cliff Manor



White Cliff Manor Bed & Breakfast and Gardens
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   A one of a kind authentic Ste. Genevieve Bed and Breakfast experience.
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