The Grand Suite in "The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery"

Private room in bed and breakfast hosted by Johnny

  1. 2 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 private bath


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The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery is housed in an imposing Second Empire brick house featuring selected Italian elements and topped by a straight mansard roof and copula. A full porch spans the front of this Mansard Italianate residence. The house was originally built in 1866 for the owner of the nearby “Quincy House”, a small hotel. If overbooked, the homeowner would often welcome guests in his residence. This spirit is revived as The Gaslamp Inn and Eatery welcomes guests to this gorgeous property.

The space
For special occasions or events and for an additional charge, your host is happy to work with you to design and offer private dinners or cocktails as well as lunches, meeting space and photo shoots. For your romantic occasions, feel free to book a “Picnic in the Park”. Your host is also happy to give you advice for local restaurants and other outings around the area.

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed

What this place offers

Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Hair dryer
Smoking allowed
Long term stays allowed
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Quincy, Illinois, United States

The intersection where this historical property is located was once deemed, “the most beautiful intersection in the country” by National Geographic. Come experience this unique setting during your next Quincy visit or romantic getaway in the City. A stroll or jog in the surroundings will reveal the wealth of architecture Quincy has to offer.

Hosted by Johnny

  1. Joined in September 2017
  • 5 Reviews
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Johnny Moore is a Quincy native who left his birthplace as a teenager to see the big wide world. With studies in Business Administration at Washington University in St. Louis followed by MBA work at the EHSC in Paris, France, his adventures have taken him to Switzerland, from where he’s recently returned. After more than 30 years in business, Johnny decided it was time to pursue his passion of entertaining and pursue a life-long dream of running a small, one-of-a-kind culinary establishment and inn. As the downtown area of Quincy flourished into a cultural center in his hometown, the property provided the perfect backdrop and from the very first visit, it was love at first sight and a done deal. Johnny has been truly blessed to experience life abroad and to travel. Now returning to Quincy to open and manage The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery, he is utterly thrilled to let guests experience his favorite things from his European adventures. Johnny speaks several languages fluently: English, German and Swiss-German but his absolute favorite is definitely French, having raised his two sons in this Language. The joy of seeing parts of our world some guests might not know is a gift to appreciate and one Johnny is devoted to share. That is why the ambition of The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery is to offer its guests the finest of his travels and takeaways.
Visiting this establishment is not just a night out or an overnight stay. Take in true hospitality and experience the charming welcome of a native Quincyan and let our sojourning chefs and local supplying partners make your visit to The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery a memorable occasion and one you will want to revisit again and again. Let all your senses experience great taste. Your host Johnny is a keen entertainer as well as a certified bartender and hobby chef, and at The Gas Lamp Inn and Eatery we only work with the very best local produce, select guest chefs and can tailor any event entirely to your needs.
Johnny Moore is a Quincy native who left his birthplace as a teenager to see the big wide world. With studies in Business Administration at Washington University in St. Louis follo…

During your stay

Your live-in host is always available 24/7 with just a phone call or on the property. When you arrive, contact information will be provided to you.
  • Languages: English, Français, Deutsch
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Things to know

House rules

Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
No pets
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

Cancellation policy