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Historic Pasfield House converts to Bed and Breakfast

Adjacent to State Capital Complex Visitor's Center and within walking distance of President Lincoln Museum, historic sites and downtown Springfield. All suite hotel with luxurious private baths, complimentary breakfast at in room kitchenette, and double occupancy.

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Pasfield House proprietor, Tony Leone, has opened the 1896 former residence of George Pasfield Jr. as a Bed and Breakfast. The Pasfield House Inn has been totally renovated to high commercial standards and has been used for the last four years as a reception and meeting facility. A popular place during the legislative session for state capitol visitors, it often houses legislators and lobbyists, former Illinois Governors, Corporate Presidents and Hollywood celebrities like Bo Derek. One of Springfield’s most distinctive, privately owed historic structures, the Pasfield House Inn now has bedroom suites available for overnight guests visiting the City of Springfield.

According to Leone, a Lincoln collector and local businessman, the Pasfield Family made significant contributions to Springfield, Ill. The grandness of the architectural structure and local history with connections to Abraham Lincoln make this one of the most desirable places to stay in Springfield.

“The Pasfield Family had personal ties with Abraham Lincoln,” Leone said. “The city’s Lincoln-Pasfield connection should help fill the bed and breakfast with visitor’s looking for a Springfield historical connection to the Abe Lincoln presidential experience. ” The Illinois Historic Preservation Agency’s Papers of Abraham Lincoln has produced a 200-page booklet on 53 Springfield contemporaries of Abraham Lincoln. The elder Pasfield is listed as someone who was central to the early development of Springfield, Illinois.

Leone is a member of the Professional Association of Innkeepers International, The Pasfield House receives annual certification from the Illinois Bed and Breakfast Association.