Ballauf’s Room


My pioneering BALLAUF great-grandparents, Rudolph and Mary Louise, arrived in Jefferson on a paddle-wheel boat from New Orleans just after the Civil War, and opened a hardware business.  The current “Jefferson General Store” was the last location of their store.   The house on Polk Street now called “Haley’s Antiques” was the BALLAUF home.  They had four daughters and a son.  Their daughter Julia BALLAUF Ramsay was my grandmother. 

– Upstairs

– QUEEN bed

– Private bath with tub and shower

– Hair dryer /bath amenities

– In-room coffee service

– Antique pine furnishings

– Reading lamps

– Free wireless Internet

– Cable TV

-Radio/CD player/CDs

– Magazine collection

– Bedside chocolates

– Central Air & Heat augmented by Emerson Electric Oscillating Fan, c. 1937

– Breakfast for two served in the dining room at 9:00 a.m.

– $119-$139 + tax per night