Cedarcrest Manor is nestled amongst a cluster of towering cedars and tucked away just up the hill from the Courtyard. Built in 1842 by captain Benjamin Clifford, a prominent riverboat captain, Cedarcrest began its life as a plantation home, and quickly became the archetype for a number of houses built in the Mississippi River Valley. It was acquired and renovated in 2005 by Nathalie Pettus, and today, its neoclassic interior, heated Romanesque pool which creates a quiet and a restful place to relax and recharge. Rich with amenities, this enchanting Missouri inn is adorned with antiques and features a fireplace in every room.