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Conveniently located at Monmouth Place at the intersection of IL Route 34, 67 and 164, each of our clean and spacious rooms feature plush bedding, high-speed internet, flat-screen TV’s with cable channels, coffee makers and more. Of all the amenities you’ll enjoy at AmericInn, quiet rooms may be your favorite. Every one of our rooms were built with AmercInn SoundGuard construction, assuring you a peaceful stay. Guests are also treated to other hotel amenities including a complimentary breakfast buffet, relaxing indoor pool and spa, fully equipped fitness center, private event space, an elegant and spacious lobby with a fireplace and cozy conversation areas. Welcome to the end of the day.
The 18-hole Hawthorn Ridge Golf Club in Aledo, IL is a public golf course that opened in 1978. Designed by William J. Spear, Hawthorn Ridge Golf Club measures 6701 yards from the longest tees. The course features 3 sets of tees for different skill levels.
Welcome to the realm of wine, weekend wanderlust, midweek getaways, and what we like to call Wine-derful! Just south of the Quad Cities, wine enthusiasts can discover their own "hidden gem" of a vintage at Creekside Vineyards Winery & Tasting Room. This circa 1938 building, once a family diner & service station, now offers travelers a stopover of good conversation & fantastic artisan wines.
Bake sale features more than 2,000 rhubarb pies and other delicious desserts. In addition, there will be a huge craft show (on Saturday only) and flea market, music, food, trolley tours of the town and shopping in the historic district. If you want to be guaranteed an opportunity to sample the rhubarb you should be there by noon. Events take place in downtown Aledo, Illinois. Free Admission.
Variety of room styles available including family rooms. National chain.
Casual dining. Serving Italian style pizza, spaghetti and sandwiches. Banquet room.
Serving salads, sandwiches, pies and old-fashioned ice cream treats.
Affordable family/fine dining and lounge takes you back to the early 1900s when biplanes and barnstorming were all the rage.