CHICAGO (November 2, 2017) – Whether planning a local staycation, weekend retreat or holiday party, the Emil Bach House, located at 7415 North Sheridan Road, and the Lang House, located at 7421 N Sheridan Road, are offering 15 percent off overnight stays and special events when booked by November 30, 2017.
“We want to save our guests the hassle of spending time searching for a unique place to stay or ideal location for a memorable event,” said Bruce Boyd, co-owner and innkeeper of the Emil Bach House and Lang House. “Our prestigious properties feature stylish décor, ample space and essential amenities for an unforgettable trip, and the inspiring surroundings of our event areas perfectly accommodate a wide range of holiday gatherings whether you visit for a well-needed rest or dose of holiday fun.”
The Emil Bach House, Chicago’s only Frank Lloyd Wright private vacation home and venue rental, was built by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1915 for Emil Bach, president of Chicago’s Bach Brothers Brick Co. The Emil Bach House was designed to provide a respite from the city while being located along a busy urban thoroughfare.
The inspiring surrounding of the Emil Bach House features a study and two guest rooms on the second floor, each with a full-sized hall bathroom. The first floor includes a large gathering space with an impressive fireplace, kitchen, screened in porch, dining room and lounge area. Beautiful outdoor spaces, include the Japanese Tea House and Gardens and porch. Overnight rates for the Emil Bach House range from $495 to $1,295 per night.
The Emil Bach house and Japanese Tea House and Gardens also offer a distinctive space and historical setting for a wide variety of events from small private holiday gatherings to intimate weddings. The property holds up to 130 guests, including 25 guests inside the main house. The rental fees range from $1,495 for a five-hour interior event or $2,595 for a five-hour event utilizing the Japanese Tea House and Gardens. Whole property events, using the entire property can be discounted. The space is ideal for corporate meetings and retreats, receptions, garden parties and family celebrations.
The Lang House, is a bed and breakfast set in a Prairie-style mansion that was built in 1919 for the Lang Family as a country residence far removed from the hustle and bustle of downtown Chicago. The Lang House offers five charming suites on the second floor each with a private bath. The first floor includes a common living room, dining room, kitchen, atrium, foyer and sauna on the lower level. A complimentary locally-sourced continental breakfast is always included for guests at Lang House and Emil Bach House. Rates run between $169 and $219 per night, per suite.
The Lang House can host large parties inside and on the garage rooftop for up to 85 people, including intimate weddings, holiday parties, catered events, family celebrations, reunions, meetings, retreats and group outings. Rate begin at $1,995 for five hours. Events may be pro-rated as needed.
The 30 percent off rate is subject to terms and conditions. To book a room or event, or for more information about the Emil Bach House, visit http://emilbachhouse.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-773-654-3959 by November 30, 2017. To book a room a room or event, or for more information about Lang House, visit https://www.langhousechicago.com, email email@example.com or call 1-773-764-9851.
About TAWANI Enterprises
TAWANI Enterprises, headquartered in Chicago, is an investment group specializing in the development, investment, management and preservation of real estate properties in the Chicago area. The company represents a diversified portfolio of iconic brands, such as Stone Heritage Properties, a luxury collection of historical Bed & Breakfast properties and unique event spaces, the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, the TAWANI Foundation and the Pritzker Military Foundation. Properties under the Stone Heritage Collection, the leading luxury hospitality arm of TAWANI Enterprises, include Stone Terrace, Stone Porch by the Lake, Lang House, The Emil Bach House and The Lincoln Way Inn. For more information, visit http://www.tawanienterprises.com.