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Bed and breakfast inns near Indianapolis
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Ivy House Bed & Breakfast
— 18 miles  E Fortville, IN
It boasts a classic elegance and an English...  Read More
$135 - $155
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Mary Helen's Bed, Breakfast & Fine Dining
— 70 miles  SE Batesville, IN
Nestled inside forest walls of native oak and...  Read More
  • 2 room(s)
$95 - $125
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The Buxton Inn
— 194 miles  E Granville, OH
Full of history, the inn is comprised of five...  Read More
  • Free Night Participating Inn
$99 - $224

Indianapolis Bed and Breakfast Inns

Indianapolis bed and breakfast travel guide for romantic, historic and adventure b&b's. Browse through the iLoveInns.com database of Indianapolis, Indiana bed and breakfasts and country inns to find detailed listings that include room rates, special deals and area activities. You can click on the 'check rates and availability' button to contact the innkeeper.

Who has not heard of the Indianapolis 500? Indianapolis is Indiana's largest city and it ranks 11th in the country. Major sports events reel in hundreds of thousands of visitors from everywhere and this includes the very popular Brickyard 400 and the Men's and Women's NCAA Basketball Competitions. There is much to be had on the cultural scene of Indianapolis and that is the very reason why Indianapolis is divided into six cultural districts: Indiana Avenue, White River State Park, Canal, The Wholesale District, Fountain Square, and the Broad Ripple Village, each maintaining cultural importance as well as historic relevance to the city. This year, a city bike and pedestrian path is set to be finished and it will be called the Indianapolis Cultural Trail. It will have benches, bike rentals, bike racks, and some art work coming form local artists. By Stone Soup Inn.

Plan a trip to shop at the new Hamilton Town Center (mall), or the Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400, or Moto GP. Events such as the Symphony on the Prairie, James Whitcomb Riley Festival, Renaissance Fair, and the Fall Creek Heritage Fair are popular activities. If you enjoy antiquing and quaint shops, stroll the charming streets of Noblesville or Historic Pendleton. Travel back in time with a visit to Conner Prairie Living History Museum. www.connerprairie.org www.rileyfestival.com www.indianapolismotorspeedway.com By Ivy House Bed & Breakfast.

A great place to bring your children and your entire family is the city of Indianapolis in Indiana. A very colorful and progressive city, you and your family will certainly have that dream vacation you have been waiting to experience. Indianapolis offers a lot of things to every visitor, young and old alike. Bring your kids to The Children's Museum of Indianapolis or take them to the different parks in the area: Broad Ripple Park, Eagle Creek Park, and Paul Ruster Park. The best places to stay in Indianapolis are the many welcoming bed and breakfast inns that abound. By The Old Northside Bed & Breakfast.

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