Visitor's Guide

When making plans to visit Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site, one might need to find a place to stay or where to have a nice meal after tramping on the battlefield.  Please note that Perryville does not have lodging or meal options, so all the listings below are in surrounding communities, all within thirty minutes of Perryville along U.S. Highways 68 and 150. I am only listing the places I have personally visited, there are many more lodging and dining locations in the region.


Hampton Inn - 100 Montgomery Way, Danville
Great place on the pricier side

Hampton Inn - 1125 Loretto Road, Lebanon
Very clean, friendly, and comfortable, but on the pricier side and a bit of a drive to the battlefield

Red Roof Inn - 210 Brenda Avenue, Danville
Newly remodeled, was the Best Western I believe.

Springfield Inn - 324 Lincoln Drive, Springfield
A bit dated, but affordable and clean.

Super 8 - 3663 Highway 150-127, Danville
Not bad for a Super 8.  Clean, but at times a bit noisy.  Very economical.

Cue on Main - 303 West Main Street, Danville
Solid menu, live music on weekend nights, was 303 W.

Bluegrass Pizza and Pub - 214 West Main Street, Danville
Busy place, but worth it.  The pizza is very good, and they always have a solid beer selection.

Brothers BBQ and Brewing Co. - 464 South 4th Street, Danville
Nice addition to the Danville dining scene.  Solid BBQ and a good beer selection.

The Hub Coffee House and Cafe - 236 West Main Street, Danville
Was excellent my first time there (food and service), last few visits have been very average.

Mordecai's on Main - 105 West Main Street, Springfield
A pretty decent place with large portions.

Reno's Roadhouse - 1641 Hustonville Road, Danville
Good steak place.

Beer Engine - 107 Larrimore Lane, Danville
A nice surprise to find in Danville.  Good house and other beers on draught.

V the Market -  130 South 4th Street, Danville
Nice selection of bourbons, cocktails, beers, and wines.

To find the aforementioned businesses please use this map:

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  1. Great website. I see you use Hal Jesperson's maps for the wallpaper. Hal does great work. He did three maps for my new book. A hearty congratulations to you and all the friends of Perryville battlefield for the amazing accomplishments in recent years.

    1. Hi David...thank you for the nice words! As for Hal's map, I had him create this one for me...part of a tour guide project I was wanting to do a few years ago. I hope to revisit that project again soon.



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