Experience an area that is rich in history when you visit an Arcola, IL bed and breakfast.

Arcola is located in the Central Region of the state and is the gateway to Illinois Amish country. This community is known as the “broomcorn capital of the world.” Each year, visitors flock to this town for the Broomcorn Festival, which includes many broom activities, crafts, entertainment, and wonderful food. The Broomcorn Festival Parade is the largest parade in Central Illinois and includes the world-famous Lawn Rangers who walk the parade route twirling and tossing their brooms. This area is also the birthplace of Johnny Gruelle, who was the creator of Raggedy Ann and Andy. The Raggedy Ann and Andy Museum celebrates this pair as well as their creator. The Arcola Historic District is lined with shops offering a multitude of unique items, including Amish-made foods and hand-crafted furniture.

As you look for Arcola, IL hotels and lodging, let the Illinois Bed and Breakfast Association help you find the perfect place for you in this charming town.

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Marsha’s Vineyard Bed & Breakfast

212 Chaise Lane, Arthur, IL 61911


Distance to Arcola: 8.55 mi

Located in the Heart of Illinois Amish Country. A quaint village of 2300. Arthur is only 10 miles off of Interstate 57. We invite you to visit the rural setting, friendly faces and relaxing atmosphere. Come see why Arthur’s motto … Continue reading