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Here is our BEST DEAL for New Years up front! New Year’s Eve is on a Monday this year so we are offering you a deal to book any of our Queen or King bedded Whirlpool Rooms for 3 nights, Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights and have the 3rd night for FREE if you book by December 1, 2012. There are always plenty of opportunities for music and fun at local watering holes or you can simply relax after the excitement of Christmas and just hang out at the inn. Of course, we will have refreshments and beverages each evening of your stay and offer you a late check out on New Year’s Day unless you wish to stay another night or two.
We are just minutes from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum for you to enrich your historic knowledge on of the days of your stay as well as other sites in Springfield and Decatur, IL. Maybe you couldn’t make it in to visit family over Christmas and this would be your belated visit. Bring the whole family and do a belated Christmas around our tree.
This offer is ONLY available by calling us directly and may not be booked through any online method. Reservations for such an important date are considered final and a full, non-refundable deposit is taken at the time of booking. This offer only applies to our Queen or King bedded Whirlpool Rooms.
Are you looking for the perfect Christmas gift for your adult children and/or your adult grandchildren? Buy them the gift that pays for itself and never quits giving. Make the down payment on the purchase of our fine inn and put them into a profitable business which will pay for itself and keep them from being unemployed. Form a partnership w/ family or friends. Many people will spend much more on their loved ones for Christmas and give them something which provides little or no return and is soon worn out and unused. The gift of a successful inn will provide many happy times over the years and your loved ones will be ever grateful. Down payment idea: convert your IRA to a self-directed IRA. Form a partnership w/ family or friends. Come pay us a visit and ask Myrna to tell you all about our inn, its success over the past 18 years, the ROI, the wonderful guests we meet and host from all over the world, 38 countries to be exact and how the guests continue to return time after time. Rent the remaining rooms for Christmas week, have your Christmas around our tree and make the presentation a surprise to the recipient(s). Or possibly an early Christmas over Thanksgiving weekend.
We have two optional properties which could provide homes for two or more families who could share the duties of operating a profitable inn as well as the innkeeper quarters in the main house. One of these is the Carriage House which is shown on our website (includes a 2 bedroom loft apartment upstairs, not shown on website) and the other is a Mission Style home across the street from the main inn.
October 26, Friday, come to Sonny’s Place for the Halloween Eve Show. A pumpkin carving contest will begin at 7:30 PM and the bands begin at 8:30 PM. The bands will be Kamakazee Kush, Animus and Misfits and Tribute Band. Sonny’s place is located about 1 mile from our front door.
Visit Sonny’s FB page http://www.facebook.com/sonnys.place.5?fref=ts Pumpkins will be provided and there is a $5 entry fee. First prize will be a Jack Daniels Gift Basket and there will be cash prizes for 2nd and 3rd place. There is a cover charge of $2, but, if you come in costume the cover will only be $1.
October 27, Saturday, Sonny’s Place will hold their Annual Halloween Bash featuring Super Mario Speedwagon band beginning at 8:30 PM. Of course there is a Costume Contest with judging at 11 PM. Fun, Music, Friends both old and new always make for a real good time. Come on out! There is a $3 cover charge and there will be cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners in the costume contest.
Small towns are great because many folks know and trust and love one another and really have fun getting together and making a party for almost any reason. Garlic is a good reason to have a party. “Garlic Fest II” happens on Sunday, October 28 from 1 to 8 PM in the Morrisonville K of C Hall in Morrisonville, IL just about 10 miles from our front door. Have you ever heard of Bagna Cauda? It is
The small town of Taylorville is about to see the opening of something which is usually only found in much larger communities. Gowin Parc is a facility which offers care to those who suffer from Alsheimer’s Disease. Today the Taylorville Kiwanis Club were treated to lunch and a pre-opening tour of the Taylorville, Illinois facility. Here is their website: http://www.gowinparc.com/
Come to Taylorville, Illinois and Sangchris Lake for the Annual Heart of Illinois Ultralight Fly-in to be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday August 24, 25 and 26. If you are a fan of Ultralight Aircraft and related things you should come to this event.
We are going to make this the simplest blog yet by just adding a link to the Christian County Fair website. The fair runs from July 10 through July 15. Come and attend and have lots of fun.
Brenda and Gary Spurling, owners of Spurling Title Service have embarked on a facelift of their location on the South Side of the Taylorville, IL Town Square. The Square and a block or so in each direction have long been designated on the National Registry of Historic Places and restoration of many of the building facades are taking place.
Please note the date on the peak of the facade as being 1892. This building and the Market Street Inn were both built in the same year, only 400 years after Columbus discovered America.
The pressed metal facade has been scraped of loose paint and is being painted in a complementing color scheme. Prior to this the building front was all white which is still visible in the lower right corner.
If you note the building to the left, a brick structure, you will see a facelift which was accomplished several years ago by Brett Mason.
Architectural enthusiasts will find cast iron facades by Mesker Brothers and Capitol Iron Foundry in our historic district as well. We love it when folks walk and gawk at the remaining beauty of our square.