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Pasfield House Inn
Designated a Springfield Landmark, the 1896 Georgian-style residence is a remarkably preserved architectural treasure that has a most distinctive antebellum flair, and is within easy walking distance of the State Capitol and downtown Springfield. The Pasfield House is also just down the street from the Maid Rite - the first drive-thru restaurant that is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

An invitation to the historic Pasfield House is like being welcomed to an elegant private home from a bygone era, where style, gracious hospitality and exceptional service is still a way of life.

Pasfield House proprietor, Tony Leone, has opened the 1896 former residence of George Pasfield Jr. as a Bed and Breakfast. The Pasfield House Inn has been totally renovated to high commercial standards and has been used for the last twelve+ years as a reception and meeting facility. A popular place during the legislative session for state capitol visitors, it often houses legislators and lobbyists, former Illinois Governors, Corporate Presidents and Hollywood celebrities like Bo Derek. One of Springfield’s most distinctive, privately owed historic structures, the Pasfield House Inn now has bedroom suites available for overnight guests visiting the City of Springfield.

While you are visiting, be sure to purchase an autographed copy of Springfield's Celebrated Horseshoe Sandwich book by Carolyn Harmon and Tony Leone, owner of the Pasfield House.

This beautiful facility features:
Elegant Bed and Breakfast Suites
Meeting and Reception Rooms
Boutique Weddings
Dinners for up to 60
Receptions to 120 or more
Historic Home Tours
Tour Bus Groups
Cooking Classes

Central Region

525 S. Pasfield St.
Springfield, IL

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