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Reviewed 22 November 2012

Due to seasonal travels through the area, I have been to the Corner George Inn many times. I will keep going back as it feels like a hone away from home. I always ask for the Summer Kitchen out back, a private studio with exposed dark wood, a tub in the room and rafters above. Even the entrance door looks...

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Nashville, Tennessee
Reviewed 29 October 2012

Maeystown is truly an escape from the "real" world – and staying at the Corner George absolutely made our trip. Owners Marsha and David are friendly, accommodating, hospitable, personable, and knowledgeable. The epitome of hosts! Breakfasts at the Inn were delicious, with fresh fruit, muffins, quiche, and juice … such a treat! Suggestions for places to dine were spot on....

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Charleston, West Virginia
Reviewed 18 December 2011

We were visiting family in Waterloo, and had booked a room here for the weekend. We were told that the AC is acting up when we arrived, but we didn't think too much about it. After getting to the room the Innkeeper came to our room and told us that we can stay in the cottage if we want, because...

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1Thank Nik J
Sheffield, Illinois
Reviewed 10 June 2011

This is our second stay at the Corner George Inn and an equally delightful stay it was. Maeystown and the inn itself are like taking a step back in time. Wrought with history and unique antiques there is something to look at and learn about everywhere you look. Our hosts David and Marsha were delightful and we thoroughly enjoyed all...

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Ozark, Illinois
Reviewed 10 June 2011

Picture this… A horse and rider ascend Main Street as you leave a gourmet coffee shop, where beans are roasted and grinded before your eyes. Many of the surrounding buildings are made of stone, and a saloon across the way has a wooden bar reminiscent of the Wild West serving O’Fallon dark beer from a nearby micro-brewery. These are some...

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Carvbondale, Illinois
Reviewed 8 June 2011

The Inn Keepers are greedy and seem to care only for themselves. The town is nice but the people there are not. It needs to have historical zoning to keep the modern buildings out and he "bar" is modern. Overall I would not go back considering the many authentic places one could stay at. Clearly the town fathers do not...

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Belleville, Illinois
Reviewed 2 June 2011

We had a opportunity to spend two days at the Lovely Corner George in Maeystown. The inkeepers, Marcia and David, were wonderful hosts with a wealth of knowledge and history of the local area. While walking the hills of the village, I was reminded of the smilarity of the area to the hills in Germany. (The area has quite a...

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2Thank DaveP7777
St. Louis
Reviewed 24 May 2011

The Inn is very well kept, and the grounds it sets on are beautiful. Country setting with beautiful scenery. The town of Mayestown is such a cute quaint place. We will be back as soon as possible!! The Inn Keepers were so nice & helpful, couldn't have asked for more!!

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Blue Springs, Missouri
Reviewed 20 December 2010

This was my second trip back to Maeystown to stay at The Corner George Inn. Maeystown was celebrating their anual " Old Fashion German Christmas Festival" it was as wonderful as expected. There were many activities throughout the day these are only a few I would like to share with you. I enjoyed a free carrage ride through the town...

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Blue Springs, Missouri
Reviewed 23 July 2010

The moment I arrived at the Corner George Inn the staff came out of the Inn to greet me and assist with my bags. After I was escorted to my beautiful room by the Innkeeper (Marcia) she told me a short history of the Inn then asked if I would like to tour the rest of the Inn. The Inn...

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Located just 35 miles south of St. Louis, the inn was originally built as a hotel and saloon in 1884 by George Jacob and Sibilla Hoffmann. After the turn of the century the hotel became a residence and the saloon found new life as the village general store. In 1989 after 18 months of restoration David and Marcia Braswell reopened the former hotel as a bed & breakfast. The inn consists of three buildings: the original inn, the summer kitchen and the 1859 rock house. There are a total of six guest rooms each with a private bath. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Corner George Inn

Address: 1101 Main Street, Maeystown, IL 62256
Region: United States > Illinois > Maeystown
Price Range: €97 - €104 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2.5 star — Corner George Inn 2.5*
Number of rooms: 6
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“Our room was great as described above. The loft look nice also but all of the rooms looked great!”
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“While they all have their merits, I personally would choose the Summer Kitchen. It is a small private room behind the main quarters.”
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“The McReynolds Room has a small twin bed that is much like a day bed. Someone could easily sleep there and it makes a great additional place to sit. Convenient to sitting areas and ballroom, yet still quiet and private.”
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