You'll love your stay in this Prairie-Style home overlooking the Mississippi River. Beautiful views and a great place to relax. Close to attractions, nightlife, restaurants, and shopping.
Built by Hiram S. Cable, President of the Rock Island Railroad, circa 1912, this original country estate used as the summer home for the Cable family, features a beautiful view and central location on a hill overlooking the Mississippi River valley.
Enjoy the unique experience of an overnight stay in a private home. Special features include a 600 square foot parlor with gold concert harp, grand piano, chandeliers, and large wood-burning fireplace.
A full breakfast of fruit, rolls, juice, and three entrees is served either in the Dining Room or on the deck, weather permitting. Enjoy the outdoors, with over 3 acres of oak trees
Choose from 4 beautifully appointed rooms. There is also air conditioning, off-street parking, and private bath.