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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. When we purchased our building we didn't know that we were related to the original owners. The building was built sometime in the 1880's by my husband's great, great, great uncle. We saved the old charm and added modern comforts. The River Bend Inn occupies the upstairs portion of the building and has four separate rooms to stay in. We look forward to having you as a guest.

The Cove Center is an art gallery and the new home of the Mason County Arts Council. Come in and see the art from local artist.

Stella Mae's coffee shop is an ode to my grandmother. Scott roasts our coffee beans on-site and we have fresh baked goods as well. There is plenty of comfy seating and free WiFi.


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.

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    The River Bend Inn

    Duck Room 1

    The Duck Room

    Havana is famous for their ducks, both on the water and at the schools.

    Two Queen Beds


    Fishing Room

    The Fishing Room

    Fishing plays a major role in the lives of the community.

    Two Queens, Daybed w/Trundle



    The Native American Room

    Havana is rich in history of Native American Mound Tribes.

    Two Queen Beds



    The River Room

    Havana sits in the bend of the Illinois  River.

    The River Room has two queen beds

    and a daybed with a trundle.


    All rooms are on the second floor, 22 steps and sorry, no elevator. Please be aware that there is a security camera in the hallway.  All reservations are paid when reservations are made.

    We are a non-smoking building. No pets allowed.

    Thank You

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