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Art's Motel
As a roadside oasis, Art’s Motel and Restaurant had it all-food, fuel and lodging. Opened by Art McAnarney in 1937 as a full-service restaurant and gas station, the complex soon added six cabins and thrived for decades as a haven for the weary and hungry traveler. In 2007, the Route 66 Association restored the classic motel sign, including the replacement of neon on the "Art's".

Under new ownership, Art’s Motel was reopened in early 2017, taking the iconic site out of limbo and putting it back on the map. Eleven newly renovated units each offer a refrigerator and microwave, free wi-fi, cable television and two double beds. What was old is new again, providing travelers with a place to stay on Route 66.  Rate - $50/night.  
Alignment 1930||1940
Southern Region

101 Main Street
Farmersville, IL

(217) 227-3030
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