Angelo and Jan's Inn

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Carbondale Bed and Breakfast
Sleeps 8
Bedrooms 4
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Angelo and Jan's Inn offers a memorable and unique Southern Illinois style living experience in scenic and historic Murphysboro, IL.

We've just celebrated our 43rd year in the Hospitality Industry, with 31 of those years here in Murphysboro. For those past 31 years, Jan and I have been proud to call Murphysboro and the Apple Tree Inn “home”. In 2007, with the sale of the Apple Tree Inn, we were able to purchase one of Murphysboro's oldest and finest homes located at 724 Walnut Street. Built in the late 1800's, the home had been in the same founding families, the Wahl's and Daniels', until 1995. The home is a perfect fit for our family and we hope that you will feel as comfortable here as we do, when you decide to visit us.

Angelo and Jan's Inn is available for overnight accommodations, as well as extended stays. Guests are welcome to call ahead to check on availability.
  • Jacuzzi/Hot Tub

Our outdoor hottub seats up to eight people. You can enjoy a cold drink from our antique icebox situated next to the hottub.,

  • Shopping Restaurants

Murphysboro is home to a variety of restaurants that allow residents and visitors unique dining experiences in a number of inviting atmospheres.

Carbondale Bed and Breakfasts - Angelo and Jan's Inn
Angelo and Jan’s Inn offers a memor...
724 Walnut Street Carbondale, IL

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Horrible, scary, dirty, smelled of mildew and mold.
Posted by: Sullivan
This is by far the worst B&B I have ever stayed at. First of all there was NOT even a key to the residence or to the doors for the rooms. There was no heat, no remote for the TV. There was not any type of breakfast even coffee or juice. There was a dead Christmas tree that "had history" in the corner! This in itself to me was a fire hazard. The entrance to the residence was dirty with cob webs at the door. Presentation was horrible. And did I mention pictures were crooked and when we tried to straighten they were glued to the wall. The other nice touch was the paint was peeling off the walls. If I could score less then 1 I would do so. We would have stayed elsewhere but lugging the suitcases up the stairs was a chore. We only slept there.
Posted by: Jackie Mallatt

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