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Featuring free Wi-Fi in all rooms, this Tuscola, Illinois motel is 1 mile from shopping at Tanger Outlet Center. Great local hotel with owners who really take pride in their establishment. Normally these places aren't worth the time of day but this place with owners the location and the cleanliness and the pride make it a first class choice and very economical as well
Located in central Illinois off Interstate 57, this hotel is midway between Chicago and Saint Louis. It serves breakfast on the go every morning and features free Wi-Fi access. Everything was spot on. Other than advertised as breakfast being provided, and it wasn't, everything else met or exceeded my expectations.
Just off Interstate 57 and less than 8 miles from Eastern Illinois University, this Mattoon hotel features an indoor pool and a hot tub on site. Free Wi-Fi and cable TV are included in every room. It’s close to my son’s school!!! And the original Burger King.
Broomtown cafe is a great lunch spot. Kauffman furniture outlet has beautiful furniture and inexpensive local foodstuffs. I pay more money when I buy similar food items around my hometown. We spent more time in Arthur Illinois. My friend wanted to see and learn about the amish. We would have liked to see a livestock or horse auction and tour the museum. We still saw a lot of buggies , men farming, , saw amish , and mennonite people up close. Visit the MCC thrift store.
Arcola is a little town near Amish settlements. The downtown area has some cute little shops and they have some festivals during the year. It's close to Champaign and Mattoon where there is a lot of shopping. Also Tuscola Outlet mall.
We have been traveling to Arcola for a number of years and enjoy the area. The Amish grocery store and the different shops in the area are worth checking out. A ride through the county side is great experience. Then about 45 minutes away is a town called Casey which is another must stop for us.
Arcola is a great small town perfect for a weekend getaway. It pairs nicely with it’s neighbor town of Arthur famous for Amish communities, shops, and old town living. You’ll find some nice murals and a few museums to browse around. It’s definately a must see town and most are left back in history. However, they do “roll up” the sidewalks on Sunday.
Great simple breakfast. Located off hwy 57 and close to three restaurants, Kauffman furniture outlet and near downtown Arcola. Not too far from Arthur. Refrigerator and microwave were a pleasant surprise! Saw amish buggies everywhere, shopped in their stores, and bought lots of pickled vegetables.