Lincoln Way Inn Bed & Breakfast

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Lincoln Way Inn Bed & Breakfast

409 N. State St.
Franklin Grove, IL 61031
Lee County
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The Lincoln Way Inn pays tribute to its turn of the century roots with a modern, yet rustically elegant touch. Located on the historic Lincoln Highway in Franklin Grove, the Lincoln Way Inn features five locally themed rooms, each with a unique design and décor.

The Nachusa and Taft rooms feature their own bathrooms with showers; the Sandburg Suite features a fireplace and a spa bathroom with a claw-foot tub and a shower and the Blackhawk and Sauk rooms, both on the third floor, each have a vanity sink and share a spacious common area with fireplace – and shared bathroom with shower.

Included with the rooms are a variety of amenities such as small refrigerator with beverages, coffee and tea service, toiletries, fresh flowers, organic robes, slippers, linens, and towels.  Guests who visit the bed and breakfast will receive a home-cooked breakfast made from locally grown and produced products.

Also available are spa services, sauna, workout area, outdoor hot tub and fireplace, four-season dining porch, library with a computer and printer for guest use and cable and wireless internet access in each room.

Located in the heart of the Midwest, the Lincoln Way Inn offers a destination experience that engages guests in the sights, sounds, and tastes of the prairie countryside and is at the doorstep of Franklin Creek State Park and the Nachusa Grasslands.

Additional Info

Address:
409 N. State St.
City:
Franklin Grove
State:
IL
Zipcode:
61031
Phone:
708-860-2311
Wireless Internet:
yes
Open to Public?:
Yes
Published in: B and B and Country Inns

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