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Corner George Inn

1 review

1101 Main
Corner of Main & Mill
Maeystown, IL 62256 US



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$99 to $159

Payment types accepted include American Express, Master Card, Discover, Visa, Personal Checks and Travelers Checks.

The types of beds available include Queen and Double.


Circa 1884. This inn is located in a restored hotel listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The inn originally served as both a hotel and saloon, but eventually served as a general store. Rooms in the inn are named after prominent local citizens and include Victorian appointments and antiques. The Summer Kitchen, a rustic cottage, once served as a smoke house, bakery and kitchen for the hotel's earliest owners. The cottage features original limestone walls and exposed beams. Another suite is also available in an 1859 rock house, and it includes two bedrooms. Breakfasts include entrees such as baked Victorian French toast, fresh fruit and homemade muffins or coffeecake.Publicity and Awards: Midwest Living, Midwest Motorist, St. Louis Magazine, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Belleville News Democrat, Show Me St. Louis, KWMU-FM 90.1.Location: Country and In a valley in the Mississippi River Bluffs.


Meals Included in Rates: Breakfast.
Types of meals: Full Breakfast.
Amenities In Room: Hair Dryer, Air Conditioning, Wireless Internet Access, Restaurant and fresh flowers.
Amenities On Site: Hot Tub/Jetted Tub, Gift Shop, Free parking on premise, Gift shop, Sweet Shoppe, Christmas and Antique shops.
Business Traveler Amenities: Wireless Internet Access, FAX On-site and Daily Newspapers.
Languages Spoken: German



“The town is charming, David and Marcia (proprietors of the Corner George Inn)are gracious and generous, and we loved everything about our weekend in Maeystown, IL and the surrounding area. David was very informative about the town's history and took the time to share his enthuiasm and knowledge with us. He gave us brochures and a detailed map with suggestions and ideas about places to go. I'd recommend this venue to anyone!”
— Kathleen Johnson