Plymouth Rock Roost
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Plymouth Rock Roost Why not step back in time with a visit to Plymouth Rock Roost Bed and Breakfast, A visit to our B&B is a visit to our home, not just a room. Plymouth Rock Roost is located in a tiny village in historic Hancock County. Our spacious Queen Anne Victorian home was lovingly created by banker, Henry Grandville Metzger, for his wife Julia, at the turn of the century.

Our home is filled with antiques, orchids, hospitality, and you may enjoy all the collections, which fill our home. Plymouth is located just 20 miles from Macomb, home of Western Illinois University. The Carthage jail, a Mormon destination, is just 20 miles away and Nauvoo, home of the Mormon Temple, and the French Icarian settlement is just 22 miles further.

Plymouth is a small town where two of Joseph Smith's brothers had a hotel. Immerse yourself in Victoriana, visit the Amish, shop our antiques stores, or just relax in our home. Plymouth Rock Roost has been a Bed & Breakfast since 1988 and is owned by Joyce Steiner. We can provide a ride from the Macomb Amtrak station for your convenience.

Plymouth Rock Roost was considered the "showplace of Plymouth" when it was erected in 1905. It features double carved front doors, which open into the entry hall where you are greeted by an antique cutter sleigh filled with friendly stuffed animals. A lovely curved staircase invites you to the second floor where the guest rooms are located. The Country

The first building housing Plymouth Rock Antiques was built by Henry Grandville Metzger in 1888 as his bank and is located on the west side of the village square. We restored the building in 1982 and opened our store. Since then we have purchased two more buildings and filled them with antiques. Our large store is open from noon to 5:00 PM Tuesday through

From Macomb: Starting at the intersection of West Jackson (US-136) and Wigwam Hollow Road (which has a Casey's gas station on the corner) drive west on US-136/336 approximately 11 miles and turn south (left) on IL-61 and proceed about 9 miles to Plymouth. When the highway makes a left hand curve in town to the south, turn west (right) at the corner

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