Just south of St. Louis is one of the last hidden treasures of the Midwest, where Maeystown, Illinois bed and breakfasts will provide the charm and comfort that will make your visit complete.

Hotels in Maeystown, Illinois are few and far between. As one of the few towns listed in its entirety on the National Register of Historic Places, Maeystown is very particular of what businesses reside there. Original stone, brick, and wood buildings make up the historic 1800’s German village. If you want to stay in the village itself, select one of our historical inns for your visit.

Historical in structure and make, the accommodations at our Maeystown inns reflect the area’s history while providing charming and comfortable ambiance. Let our innkeepers provide warm rooms and wonderful breakfasts during your stay.

Explore Maeystown’s antique, craft, and gift shops, or enjoy a carriage ride in the country. Follow the picturesque bluff road to the Fults Hill Prairie Nature Preserve. Travel a little further to the Heartland Rivers Wine Trail wineries and nearby Waterloo, IL for additional activities and sights.

Let the Maeystown member inns of the Illinois Bed and Breakfast Association welcome you to the charm of our historically restored and preserved town!

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Corner George Inn

1101 Main, Corner of Main & Mill, Maeystown, IL 62256


Distance to Maeystown: 0.12 mi

A restored 1884 hotel and saloon located in a picturesque German village 39 minutes south of St. Louis, 15 minutes southeast of Waterloo, IL, suites, guest cottage, restaurant and saloon, general store, coffee shop, antique shop, sweet shoppe, tea room … Continue reading

Two-story white with green shutters with large evergreen trees surrounding, patio.

The SeeMore Inn

4505 HH Road, Waterloo, IL 62298


Distance to Maeystown: 10.25 mi

Nestled among the farm fields of small town Waterloo, Illinois, The SeeMore Inn is the perfect getaway for those looking for a quiet respite from big city life. Built in 1875, the historic two-story property was a private residence for … Continue reading

Red brick two-story house on corner surrounded by trees and bushes, white sign black lettering Senator Rickert Residence B&B

Senator Rickert Residence B&B

216 E. Third St., Waterloo, IL 62298


Distance to Maeystown: 8.92 mi

The Senator Rickert Residence Bed and Breakfast is in a Victorian building with fancy gingerbread everywhere. The well-maintained building is painted in a Victorian color scheme and the interior is decorated with antiques of the period along with the elegant … Continue reading