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If you like wine, good roads however not straight, trees, friendly hostess and a unique Inn to stay. This is it. Malcolm and Loraine will give you a positive feeling and experience once you walk through the front door. They both like to share ideas...More
Stayed in suite #2 of the Inn. Photos online don't do this place justice. Suite felt roomier in person. Malcolm and Loraine served us delicious homemade breakfasts with most, if not all, local/organic ingredients both mornings we were there. The Makanda Inn is nestled in...More
This was our first trip to Southern IL. We wanted to find a nice cabin/cottage rather than a hotel to stay for a few nights. We came across MaKanda Inn and the setting was perfect. The lodge itself was very pretty and the owners were...More
Beautiful inn and cottages. Loraine and Malcolm are great hosts. They worked with our group to accommodate our needs and make all feel welcome. The breakfast each morning was delicious and well presented! The property is beautiful and well kept. The rooms are clean and...More
The inn and cottages are incredible, and hosts Loraine and Malcolm are wonderful, making feel more than welcome, more like friends! I highly recommend this outstanding property! Just be prepared to NOT want to leave.
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Yes, we are open year round. Please visit our website (link is provided on TripAdvisor) for rates as they do vary depending on the days you are interested in and the room type. You can also call our innkeeper at... More
Yes, we are open year round. Please visit our website (link is provided on TripAdvisor) for rates as they do vary depending on the days you are interested in and the room type. You can also call our innkeeper at 618.697.7929.
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"Get a room towards woods and listen to the birds and tree frogs."