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CORNER GEORGE INN BED & BREAKFAST

-WELCOME TO-

HISTORIC MAEYSTOWN ILLINOIS 


Welcome to the Corner George Inn Bed & Breakfast in Maeystown, Illinois. Imagine crossing a one-lane stone arched bridge into the quaint German village of Maeystown, Illinois and staying at the Corner George Inn Bed & Breakfast, a restored 1884 hotel and saloon.

Located in Southwestern Illinois, 39 minutes south of St. Louis, 14 minutes from Waterloo and just 3 miles from the Mississippi River.

Book your room by clicking Accommodations above or call or text me (David) at 618-580-5875 to reserve your room or
order a gift certificate. 
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Celebrating 30 years

Plan your fall weekend getaway here at the Corner George Inn!

Stay with us and enjoy the scenic beauty of our our quaint village!! Visit the shops and eat at our restaurant across the street. ...and take a walk along the Maeystown Creek.

The village shops and museum are open only on Saturday and Sunday! Stay with us two days on a Friday and Saturday....journey to Fults Hill Nature Preserve, Fort de Chartres, Fort Kaskaskia, the confluence of the Mississippi and the Kaskaskia Rivers....all within 40 minutes!! Or take in a Cardinals game in St. Louis...also just 40 minutes away!

Stay with us any weekend and visit the Maeystown General Store, Katzenjammers, Georgia Mae's Antiques, the Corner George Inn Sweet Shoppe (closed during the winter), the Village Kaffeehaus, and Hank and Lilly's Creekside Bar and Grill ...All shops open on Saturday and Sunday from 11-4, except the Kaffeehaus which opens at 7:30 a.m. and closes early in the afternoon.  Fine restaurants are also located nearby in Waterloo and Foster Pond.

REVIEWS


A HIDDEN TREASURE
"This was a gem of a place that I didn't even know existed until recently. We stayed in the Summer Kitchen and it was detached from the main B&B. The room was very clean and we had no problem using the WIFI. Marcia and David were extremely friendly and they provided several ideas of what to do in the area. Breakfast was served in a large, Victorian style dining area and it was delicious. I look forward to returning some day!"
Trip Advisor