The Inn takes its name from the materials used on the building, copper and limestone. Rambling acreage features perennial gardens, century-old oak trees and serene verandas. On cool summer evenings, you can relax by the outdoor fireplace or on one of our patios. We also have 130 beautiful
acres to enjoy.
Copperstone Inn was constructed in 1858 as the home of the Stilwells, a local farming family. The house’s full history is still being researched.
In 2006, the building underwent major reconstruction, renovation and gutting of the whole house. At the same time, the Inn was given a cosmetic overhaul with special attention paid to retaining original architectural details. Attentively decorated in a rich, warm style, the public rooms and guest rooms
evoke Primitive, European and French country influences. The renovations took over 2 1/2 years, but the attention to detail shows in every room.
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Copperstone Inn is also on the Bob Vila website thanks to Richard Spanton Jr.
6702 Yale Bridge Rd
Rockton, IL 61072