The Copperstone Inn's name comes from combining the words copper and limestone, the two materials which feature prominently in the building’s interior and exterior design. Built in 1858, the original limestone house was the home of the Stilwells, a local farming family.
In 2006, the house underwent an extensive process of reconstruction, renovation, and additions to transform it into the Copperstone Inn of today. Great attention was paid to retain architectural details from the limestone farmhouse, while also providing a cosmetic update. With a variety of styles across guest and common rooms, the Inn’s interior seamlessly blends influences of European, French country, and rural Americana décor.
After two and a half years of renovations, the Copperstone Inn opened in 2008, and all the effort and care that went into its creation are evident the second you walk through the door.
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6702 Yale Bridge Rd
Rockton, IL 61072