Memories Room

Our Memories Room is a walk back in time.  It has a Double Bed with a handpieced quilt.  The bed is one of the original iron beds.  The room does not have a bathroom, but one is available down the hall and a shower room is available at the other end of the hall.

Old pictures from Johnson County schools, induction into the army photo of Johnson County men, student pictures from county country schools long gone and a Southern Illinois still.  A lambskin land deed from the 1800″s is hanging on the wall above the bed.  This deed was granted to the owner’s family after the War of 1812.  The owner’s grandfather’s school diplomas from the early 1900’s are also on display.

Several Vienna High School Annuals from the 1940’s forward are also on display.  A quilt stand displays a handpieced quilt made by the owner’s mother-in-law in the 1950’s.

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The space

When you enter our front door into the lobby, you will be greeted by an Inn Host. the lobby has an original wood parquet floor, copper ceiling, a fountain and maps for you to mark where your home is. An antique wall telephone hangs on the wall reminding us of the days before “cell phones”.

Guest access

We have a large commons area to watch TV, play board games, or put jigsaw puzzles together. A large kitchen and dining area are open to the guests anytime during the day or evening. Guests are able to use the microwave and refrigerator. They are also welcome to enjoy any snacks or beverages provided. We have a large fenced in backyard with a covered porch, patio, grill, picnic tables and firepit. Guest can enjoy an evening roasting hotdogs, marshmellows and smores over the firepit while making memories with friends and family. Also available for your outdoor experience are horseshoe pitching, washer pitching, cornhole toss game and ladderball.

Interaction with guests

Hosts will be available by phone 24/7 and on the premises most of the time.

Other things to note

We are located one block from the County Sheriff’s Office, 1/4 mile from the Ambulance Service and two blocks from the Fire Department.