Frenchtown Inn

The Frenchtown Inn which sits in the heart of Frenchtown  on 3rd Street is the Henry Opitz House, ca 1864 is significant for both its 19th Century architecture and its 20th Century history.  It is a French colonial house which faces east to the Missouri River, the Opitz family owned the house until the depression days.  It was restored in 1982 by the Frenchtown Community Corporation.  In 1991 the Frenchtown neighborhood of St. Charles, Missouri, became a National Trust Historic District.
The French colonial style featured a gallery or porch, raised basement, gabled roof and laterally aligned floor plan-two rooms wide, one room deep, with outside doors on both rooms.  By the middle 1800s, when German immigrants arrived, the exteriors were faced with brick and became cottage style.

  • Full Breakfasts
  • Private baths
  • Six blocks to the Katy Trailhead
  • Cozy queen-sized beds and plush bedding
  • Luxurious linens
  • Outdoor spaces for relaxing
  • Free wifi and satellite TV in every room
  • Board games and puzzles
  • Refreshment hour with beverages and pastries
  • All rooms are non-smoking
  • Ask about transportation for the Katy Trail
  • In-house massage available, contact Montez Smith for rates at

Fleur de Lis Room

Upper Suite

York Room