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About the Inn

Today the Inn consists of four buildings: the original inn, the summer kitchen and two rock houses. There are a total of five guest rooms, each with a private bath. In the original inn there are sitting rooms on both floors, a wine cellar, and a 600-square-foot ballroom.

The ballroom serves as a commons area for guests and as a dining area for breakfast. It also lends itself to larger group activities. The entire building is furnished with antiques and is fully air-conditioned. Out-buildings are still present on the grounds.

David, Marcia, and their staff invite you to join them for breakfast in the ballroom and then for a walk through the quiet and serene village as you take a step back in time. Horse-drawn carriage rides in the country are available upon request. Please inquire about arrangements when making reservations.

From I-255, you can find us by taking Illinois 3 (exit 6) to Columbia and continuing to Waterloo. Then, turn right at Illinois 156, go three-quarters of the way around the traffic circle onto Lakeview Drive and then 8 miles to Maeystown.
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About the Innkeepers

Marcia and David are enjoying their 34th year as innkeepers at the Corner George Inn Bed & Breakfast!
Marcia is the music director at St. John United Church of Christ Choir here in the village,  She directs the 
Valmeyer Community Chorus and is involved with the  music at the MASC Theatre in Waterloo. She also teaches piano to 15 students each week.

David keeps busy maintaining the properties which he and 
Marcia have restored over the years.  He is active in the
Maeystown and Belleville historical societies, sings with 
his church choir and continues to teach a weekly
German class for adults. 

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The Village of Maeystown

The 172 year old German settlement of Maeystown is just one of a handful of villages in the state of Illinois listed in its entirety on the National Register of Historic Places. Some 60 stone, wood and brick structures remain from the 1800's.

Today the bed and breakfast, general store, sweet shop, museum and visitors' center, numerous residences and the 1867 church have been restored. The one lane stone arched bridge leading into town stands as the centerpiece of the village.

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