Historic Indiana Bed and Breakfast Inns

1842

1 La Salle Bed & Breakfast
— Fort Wayne, IN 1842

1849

2 Inntiquity, A Country Inn
— Logansport, IN 1849
Family owned since 1849 land grant. Converted dairy barn with countless surviving conveniences that did not require electricity, original architectural pieces, many saved from local families. Read More

1850

3 Mansion Row Inn and Wedding Chapel
— New Albany, IN 1850
Lots of original woodwork, ornate hardwood floors, crown moldings, ceiling medallions, chandeliers and gas lamps, 10-foot mirror in chapel from Robert E Lee Steamship, cantilevered stairwell. Read More
4 Admiral Bicknell Inn
— New Albany, IN 1850
Built in 1850, the mansion still remains very much intact with the orginal 12-foot Peir mirrors in dining room and parlor. There is a brick-lined tunnel that goes from the basement out to the rear... Read More
5 Rosewind Farm B&B
— Starlight, IN 1850

1852

6 Sherman House Restaurant & Inn
— Batesville, IN 1852

1856

7 Inn at Aberdeen
— Valparaiso, IN 1856
Inn dates to 1856 with stories of involvement in the underground railroad and a few friendly ghosts. Read More

1860

8 Hill Top Country Inn
— Auburn, IN 1860

1862

9 Sycamore Farm B&B
— Terre Haute, IN 1862

1864

10 The Bauer House B&B
— Bloomington, IN 1864

1867

11 Kintner House Inn
— Corydon, IN 1867
Many interesting historic sites await Kintner House guests, including Mesker Iron Works, Cedar Hill Cemetery, Zimmerman Art Glass Factory, Squire Boone Caverns and Wyandotte Caves. Read More

1870

12 Davis House
— Crawfordsville, IN 1870

1872

13 Rosewood Mansion
— Peru, IN 1872
14 Cushing Manor Inn Bed and Breakfast
— South Bend, IN 1872
1872 French Victorian mansion, unique butternut woodwork thoughout, front doors were shipped to Chicago in 1892 and 1893 where they won first prize at the World's Fair Columbian Exhibition. Read More

1873

15 Lanning House B&B
— Salem, IN 1873
Nearby are sites of the Underground Railroad, and Quaker settlements. Read More

1874

16 Schenck Mansion
— Vevay, IN 1874

1875

17 Patchwork Quilt Country Inn
— Middlebury, IN 1875
1875 farmhouse, original recipes in the restaurant. Read More

1876

18 Kimmel House Inn
— Kimmell, IN 1876

1880

19 Powers Inn B&B
— Jasper, IN 1880

1881

20 DunesWalk Inn at the Furness Mansion
— Chesterton, IN 1881
21 Market Street Inn
— Jeffersonville, IN 1881
Original exterior second empire structure, 8 original fireplaces, original exterior window/door openings, original & reconstructed woodwork & staircases. Read More

1883

22 Allison House Inn
— Nashville, IN 1883
T. C. Steele's studio and home is nine miles away. Architectural tours are available in Columbus, 17 miles away. Read More

1885

23 McGregor House Bed & Breakfast
— Brazil, IN 1885
Built in 1885 by Judge Samuel McGregor, the mansion became the city's YMCA from 1928 until 1998, when it was restored to a beautiful home and Bed and Breakfast. Read More
24 The Old Northside Bed & Breakfast
— Indianapolis, IN 1885
25 Herrold on Hill Bed and Breakfast
— Wabash, IN 1885

1886

26 The 1886 Inn
— Lagrange, IN 1886
The 1886 Inn is located in Indiana's largest Amish community and it's not uncommon to see Amish buggies riding along the road. Read More
27 Oliver Inn
— South Bend, IN 1886

1887

28 Kenard Farm Inn
— Eminence, IN 1887
29 1887 Black Dog Inn
— Monticello, IN 1887
Tippecanoe Battlefield is 25 minutes away and Cutler Mill is 15 minutes from the inn. The area boasts several covered bridges and Amish communities. Read More
30 A Victorian Guest House
— Nappanee, IN 1887

1888

31 Morton Street B&B
— Shipshewana, IN 1888

1889

32 Owl Nest B&B
— Rockville, IN 1889

1890

33 The Wheeler House
— Mooresville, IN 1890
34 Philip W. Smith and Martha E. Parry Bed and Breakfasts
— Richmond, IN 1890
Philip W. Smith B & B is an 1890, free classic Queen Anne house with Romanasque detailing. Eleven original stained glass windows and an abundance of intricately carved woodwork adorn the house. Read More

1892

35 Scholars Inn
— Bloomington, IN 1892
36 English Rose Inn
— South Bend, IN 1892
37 Innisfree-A-Celtic-B&B
— South Bend, IN 1892
Built in 1892, remains very original, ornate fretwork adorns most of the doorways, amazing woodwork throughout, 14 stained-glass windows, 5 fireplaces, turretted reading room. Read More

1893

38 Grant Street Inn
— Bloomington, IN 1893
The centerpiece home of the Inn was built in the 1890s. It was purchased for $1. 00 to save it from the wrecking ball. It was later joined with another existing structure and restored to its present... Read More

1894

39 Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast

— Middlebury, IN 1894
40 James Wilkins House
— Campbellsburg, IN 1894

1896

41 The Washington Street Inn
— Bluffton, IN 1896
42 Tryon Farm Guest House
— Michigan City, IN 1896

1898

43 Varns Guest House
— Middlebury, IN 1898
Welcome center in Shipshewana (7 miles) gives history on Amish heritage. Read More
44 Burke Place Bed & Breakfast
— Marion, IN 1898

1899

45 Solomon Mier Manor Bed Breakfast
— Ligonier, IN 1899
The home was built in 1899 and has 100-year-old stained-glass windows, hand-carved woodwork, and hand-painted ceilings. The Manor is furnished throughout with period antiques and objects d'art. Read More

1901

46 Stone Soup Inn
— Indianapolis, IN 1901
47 The La Salle Bed and Breakfast Inn
— Fort Wayne, IN 1901

1902

48 Homespun Country Inn
— Nappanee, IN 1902

1903

49 Hoffman House
— Indianapolis, IN 1903
50 The Beiger Mansion Inn
— Mishawaka, IN 1903

1906

51 Cool Breeze Estate B&B
— Evansville, IN 1906
A Magnificent Harris-Shopbell designed home, described as style defying American Eclectic. Home to the Joseph Graham family of Graham-Paige Automobiles and the Giltner Iglehart family of Iglehart... Read More
52 Speedway Legacy Inn and Events
— Indianapolis, IN 1906

1907

53 Historic Schug House Inn
— Berne, IN 1907

1908

54 Cook’s on Brewery Bed & Breakfast
— New Harmony, IN 1908

1910

55 Arbor Hill Inn
— La Porte, IN 1910
Built in 1910 as the summer home of W. A. Jones, the Greek Revival architecture is astounding. It is on the Historical Register because of the significant architectural style. Read More

1920

56 Ivy House Bed & Breakfast

— Fortville, IN 1920
57 De Coy's B&B
— Hartford City, IN 1920

1922

58 Renaissance Tower Historic Inn
— Indianapolis, IN 1922

1930

59 Creekwood Inn
— Michigan City, IN 1930
Built in 1930 by Dr. Lawrence Robrock, a local doctor, traveler and mining engineer as a woodland getaway. Read More

1934

60 Ramada White Hill Manor
— Warsaw, IN 1934

1936

61 Teetor House
— Hagerstown, IN 1936
A unique museum in Hagerstown of local history, Perfect Circle, Whitewater Canal, historic Hagerstown, Wayne County Museum (17 miles), Wright Brothers Memorial (8 miles). Read More

1937

62 Carousel Inn B&B
— Austin, IN 1937