The Wahlfeld Building
Built by John & Anne Wahlfeld in the late 1800's
Hi, I'm Brenda. My husband Scott and I love the history and charm of Havana. We purchased the building in Spring 2018 and completed work on the first two suites in 2020. Our other two suites will be available in the Fall of 2021. We look forward to having you as a guest at The River Bend Inn.
This Spring we will be opening The Cove Center and soon after Stella Mae's coffee shop.
The Cove Center is an art gallery and the new home of the Mason County Arts Council. We look forward to hosting classes and providing art-centered resources for the community.
Stella Mae's is an ode to my grandmother. Scott roasts 100% Columbian coffee beans on-site and there will be baked goods as well. There will be plenty of comfy seating both inside an out.
We hope you enjoy the charming town of Havana as much as we do! Visit the Historic Havana web site for a detailed list of attractions, events and history.
The River Bend Inn
Havana is famous for their ducks, both on the water and at the schools.
The Duck Room has two queen beds.
$100/night up to 4 occupants
Fishing plays a major role in the lives of the locals.
The Fishing Room has two queen beds and a daybed with a trundle.
$125/night for up to 6 occupants
Coming in 2021
Havana is rich with history of
Native American mound tribes.
The Native American Room has two queen beds.
$100/night for up to 4 occupants
Coming in 2021
Havana sits in the bend of the Illinois and Spoon River.
The River Room has two queen beds
and a daybed with a trundle.
$125/night up to 6 occupants