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Bed and Breakfasts
The Brick Street Inn www.brickstreetinn.com
175 South Main Street (Zionsville)
Built in 1865 and located on Zionsville’s history Main Street. Serves as an inn, event facility, café and luxury boutique. Room rates range from $169 to $259 depending on availability. Special rates available for the Indy 500, Brickyard 400 and Grand Prix race weekends at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Round Barn Inn Bed & Breakfast www.roundbarn-inn.com
6794 North CR 600 W (McCordsville)
One of the few round barns left standing in Indiana. Approximately 7,000 square feet of living space available for guests, complete with pool and game table, library, reading loft and stone fireplace. Country breakfast served to guests every morning. Room rates vary seasonally. Special summer rates available. Antique shop available for shopping by appointment.
Ivy House www.ivyhousebb.com
304 North Merrill Street (Fortville)
Featured on HGTV. Listed one of the top 10 bed & breakfasts in the state.
The Old MG Bed & Breakfast www.theoldmg.com
7579 North State Road 267 (Brownsburg)
Persimmon Tree Bed & Breakfast 1 North Madison Avenue (Greenwood)
Ashley-Drake Historic Inn www.ashleydrakinn.com
668 Jefferson Street (Franklin)
Across the street from Franklin College.
Kenard Farm Inn 7180 State Road 42 (Martinsville)
The Story Inn www.storyinn.com
6404 South State Road 135
The Story Inn is Indiana's oldest country inn, located where the Brown County State Park meets the Hoosier National Forest. It is a winding 20 minute drive south of Nashville, past weather-beaten barns, covered bridges, clapboard churches and the finest fall foliage the Hoosier state has to offer. The Story Inn is actually an entire town, founded as a logging community in 1851. It is perhaps the best preserved example of a 19th Century village that survives in the American Midwest.
The little town/inn is dominated by the old General Store, replete with its pot-bellied stove, creaky wood floors, and Gold and Red Crown gas pumps out front. The General Store is now a gourmet restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a neighborhood pub in the basement. The remaining buildings in town--the Old Mill, the Sawmill, and several homes and out-buildings--serve as overnight accommodations or facilities for weddings, family reunions or other special events.
Anderson's Riviera Inn T119 Industrial Drive (Rising Sun)
888-243-6446 or 812-438-2121
The Sherman House www.sherman-house.com
35 S. Main Street (Batesville)
The unique historic inn has been a lodging and dining favorite of travelers since 1852. Originally a stagecoach tavern, the inn now has modern rooms and suites with a special style. The restaurant features German specialties and American fare.
Canyon Inn 451 McCormick Creek Park Road (Spencer)
McKinley House 3273 east U.S. Highway 40 (Brazil)
Walden Inn www.waldeninn.com
2 West Seminary Street (Greencastle)
The Walden Inn and Conference Center is a full-service hotel, meeting and special event facility near Indianapolis in Greencastle, Indiana, located on the campus of DePauw University.
Birdsong Bed & Breakfast www.birdsongatgreencastle.com
1172 W County Road 200 S (Greencastle)
Located just at the edge of Greencastle, Indiana, BirdSong Bed & Breakfast is situated in a remodeled barn. It is a private loft apartment with king bedroom upstairs, adjoining sitting room and spacious closet. For additional guests at a little more cost, the queen size sofa provides more sleeping space. There is a completely furnished kitchen, large living room, and shower bath downstairs, as well as another large closet.
Mulberry Lane Inn 5256 N County Rd. 75 W (near Mt. Summit)
Built in 1845, mansion includes a three-room suite with private kitchen, fireplace, and balcony. Single room with balcony, fireplace, and private bath.
Winchester Guest House www.winchester-inn.com
1529 S. Old 27 (Winchester)
Featuring eight guest rooms, four common areas, an indoor pool, hot tub, high-speed internet, and theater, as well as many more amenities.
Girls Night Inn www.girlsnightinn.net
2035 East Main Street (Richmond)
Specializes exclusively in scrap booking retreats and ladies’ getaways.
Hilltop Hide-A-Way www.hilltopcabin.com
1088 Boston Township Line Road (Richmond)
Private, two-bedroom cabin
Phillip W. Smith Bed & Breakfast www.pwsmithbnb.com
2039 East Main Street (Richmond)
Joseph Decuis www.josephdecuis.com
191 North Main Street (Roanoke)
Inn and full-service restaurant
Farmstead Inn & Conference Center www.farmsteadinn.com
370 S Van Buren Street (SR5) (Shipshewana)
With its white lap siding, broad front porch and red barn conference center, this welcoming 154 room inn looks like an expansive cousin to northern Indiana's tidy farm houses. The hospitality is Amish-country genuine, whether you come here for a family getaway or a group meeting. Modern conveniences like kitchenettes, king-sized beds and garden tubs are available upon request.
Shipshewana Campgrounds I-80/90 westbound use exit 121; go south on SR 9 to SR 120; turn west to SR 5.
I-80/90 eastbound use exit 107; go south on SR 13 to SR 120; turn east to SR 5.
Our Amish Log Cabins and North Campground are located on the corner of SR 5 and SR 120.
Our South Campground is just 1/2 mile south of the flea market or 1/4 mile north of US 20.
North Park Phone: 260-768-7770 or South Park-Location 260-768-4669
Spring House Inn www.springhouseinn.com
303 North Mineral Springs Road (Chesterton)
Phone: (219) 929-4600
Toll Free: (866) DUNES-00 (866-386-3700)
Fax: (219) 926-8258
Experience old world atmosphere and country charm nestled in the heart of the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.