About Augusta

Weinstrasse Cabins are located in beautiful quaint Augusta, Missouri in the heart of Missouri’s wine country.  German immigrants settled the area and towns along the Missouri River Valley. Augusta became the first area to be acknowledged for their fine wine making. 

That history continues to the present and has flourished.  Hwy 94 “wine road” (Weinstrasse, German for wine road) travels through scenic hillsides with rows of vineyards, rolling acres of farmland and lush valleys with a view of the Missouri River.

People from all over the world come to the area just to experience what it has to offer and leave feeling quite relaxed and planning their return visit.

About Weinstrasse Cabins

The cabins were constructed in the late 1800s in the surrounding area and were dismantled in 1983, moved to the corner of Ferry and Locust Streets and reassembled. Some of the history of the families that lived in the cabins is available for those interested.

There are 3 cabins on the location. Two of these are joined with a hallway that has a bath on the left and a half bath on the right side (referred to as the Big Cabin). 

The other cabin is a stand alone and is self contained (referred to as the Little Cabin).

Enjoy the ambiance of a bygone era with modern comforts.  The Big Cabin has air conditioning and central heat. The Little Cabin has air conditioning and heats with a gas log stove.

This is a great location for those special occasions such as “girls weekend out”, "guys getaway” or that special one-of-a-kind family gathering.

For complete details or to make reservations, please call Jan at