Come. Stay. Relax. Enjoy.


Although Trudy's Bed & Breakfast was built in 1890, it provides the accommodations of the 21St century. It's perfect for a romantic getaway, a girls' night "inn", or a cozy overnighter with the family while in Westphalia for business or pleasure. Trudy's Bed & Breakfast can sleep 2 to 14 people. It offers complete privacy. You will be greeted warmly upon your arrival; then the house will be all yours until you check out.


More than just a bed and breakfast.


Located in the center of Westphalia on Main Street, guest are in walking distance of all the little town has to offer, including dinner at Westphalia Inn, the historical society's museum, the old cemetery and the centerpiece of the town, St. Joseph Catholic Church.

And since Westphalia is just 15 minutes south of Jefferson City, it's a quick drive to that city's attractions, which include the state Capitol building itself, museums, and the former state penitentiary. On the way to Jefferson City,  one can branch off the main highway for a walk on the Painted Rock Trail above the Osage river or to climb Clarks's Hill to the spot where Clark (of Lewis and Clark fame) saw for the first time the confluence of the Osage and Missouri rivers. 



Westphalia Inn

Right down the street from Trudy's is the historical Westphalia Inn. The Inn serves traditional family style or plated dinners of fried chicken, country ham, or German pot roast. Meals served with green beans, German slaw, mashed potatoes and fresh baked bread. 

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Downtown Westphalia

Westphalia is heavily influenced by the German heritage of the majority of its inhabitants. Many of the early settlers of the area came from theWestphalia region of Germany, hence the name. Many buildings are influenced by nineteenth-century German architecture, and streets are labeled in both English and German. The center of population of Missouri is located in Westphalia


Jefferson City, State Capitol

The Missouri State Capitol is the building that houses the legislative and executive branches of the government of the U.S. state of Missouri, as well as the Missouri General Assembly. Located in Jefferson City at 201 West Capitol Avenue, it is the third capitol in the city after the other two were demolished following a fire. The domed building was designed by the New York architectural firm and was completed in 1917. The capitol of Missouri is only a 20 minute drive from Trudy's Bed and Breakfast.

Painted Rock Conservation Area

Painted Rock Conservation Area consists of 1,480 acres. The Osage River intersects the property along the west boundary. Breathtaking views are offered from the Scenic Trail at two boardwalks and other locations. The forest consists primarily of oak and hickory, with the areas along the Osage River dominated by bottomland hardwoods. Several small glades can be found throughout the area and offer a kaleidoscope of wildflowers from May to October. This conservation area is only 10 minutes away from Trudy's.

Living it up in Wesphalia.


At Trudy's Bed and Breakfast, we believe a true community shouldn't be gated or fenced in – it should seamlessly meld into its surroundings.