Fort Wayne Bed and Breakfast Inns
Bed and breakfast inns near Fort Wayne
Historic Schug House Inn
— 33 miles SE Berne, IN
|This Queen Anne home was built in 1907 by Emanuel... Read More
$50 - $60
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Fort Wayne is a city that is located in Allen County, Indiana. As its second largest city, Fort Wayne has also become one of the top destinations in the state. People come here though not for its urban features, which it obviously already has. What make it distinct from other major urban centers in the country are the attractive sites that it has. Most of these are fortunately close to Fort Wayne bed and breakfast inns. The DeBrand Chocolatier factory tour is certainly one of the sweetest experiences that visitors in the city may have. This world-famous chocolate factory is only seven miles away from the city. Lakeside Park and Rose Garden can be a lovely and romantic place, especially in the afternoons. Among the top museums in the city, the most unique is the Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum. The Grand Wayne Convention Center is a popular venue for important public events.
Fort Wayne was named after the American Revolutionary War General Anthony Wayne. Fort Wayne has been transformed from the fort city that it was into an amazingly beautiful city that is both modern yet rustic. Fort Wayne has always been a perfect destination for many tourists because the many attractions that it possesses like the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, and the biggest public genealogical collection in the country. Stay at a Berne bed and breakfast inn in Fort Wayne and enjoy the many interactive museums and unending list of festivals. Fort Wayne is also famous for its first class restaurants and the city's love of sports.