Welcome to Longhollow Point Inn, your Galena “home away from home.” Longhollow Point Inn aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a refrigerator, a kitchenette, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Longhollow Point Inn offers guests wifi.
Plus, Longhollow Point Inn offers a pool, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Should time allow, Galena Veterans Memorial Park is a popular that is relatively easy to get to.
Longhollow Point Inn puts the best of Galena at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
GPS not clear about location. Finally found the place. It was smaller than expected but was clean and neat. There's an elevator and a pool. We had a patio. Kitchen was disappointing and only had a mini fridge. The bed was a Murphy bed not a big favorite of mine. Front desk was great and checkin was quick. Lots of food 6 miles away.
My husband and I met my parents at this hotel for a long weekend. It was more like a resort room than a hotel. There was a kitchenette with all cooking and eating utensils, a dishwasher, fridge with an icemaker, double sink, coffee maker, microwave, and even a high quality blender. The bathroom was huge and had a toilet in a little alcove between the giant jacuzzi tub and separate corner shower and the bedroom so it was easy access from the living area and the bedroom. The bed was comfortable. There was a nice sized balcony. And there is even a gas fireplace! The pool and hot tub were great! They even have an outdoor grill area with nice propane grills. And it's about 15 minutes from the heart of Galena, right outside of Galena Territories. My husband and I rode our motorcycles and it is a beautiful drive there and around the area.…
The resort is out of the mainstream of town, about 6 miles from Galena, so if you just want to relax without worrying about the activities in town, it is a perfect spot. The room had a King bed, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower, queen size Murphy style bed, fireplace and TVs in the living room as well as bedroom. There is a nice patio that overlooks the wooded area behind the resort.
Water smelled like rotten eggs; stovetop did not get hot enough to cook; not enough outlets so coffee and toast had to be made in the bathroom which we thought was strange. We did not feel as if we received value for our money based on these concerns.
A pre-Father's Day jaunt led us to venture about the frivolity of the eclectic Bay View area with questions of dinning suggestions? This was a wonderful & surprising decision by far! The building itself is on the National Registry for Historic places given it's earlier days as an Authentically Designed Schlitz Tavern/Bar! Nothing like the old world charm of a bygone era! Our wonderful waitress Diana, was great in giving us input on customary practices for the Serbian Hot Tea before during & after dinner! The lamb & pickled vegetables was simply divine! We also tried the goulash & it was quite delicious too... Dessert was home made and well enjoyed wth coffee at the meals end! We were determined to have the opportunity to eat the dessert beverage but they were out of some of the very best ingredients which were definitely needed to prepare this popular treat! We are planning on returning to try some items which require an Hour or so wait time & certainly look forward to the pear or plum brandy cocktails! Cozy quaint & charming!…