Indianapolis sits right in the center of Indiana, and is the state’s capital and largest city. It is perhaps most famous for automobile racing as it is home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway which hosts the famous Indy 500 and Brickyard 400.
Located in the heart of Indianapolis, in the Mass Ave cultural district, Nestle Inn is a modern B&B. No contact self check in and out means you arrive on your own time schedule. Private bath in every room. Breakfast voucher you can use for your own breakfast experience at one of two breakfast partners on Mass Ave and right next door to us. We're not your grandma's B&B but even she would be happy at Nestle Inn. Click our link above to Book Direct for your next stay in Indianapolis, Indiana.
The Harney House Inn located in the Historic Lockerbie Square district of downtown Indianapolis, offers two one bedroom suites with kitchens and living rooms, and one cozy room with a kitchenette. The comfortable accommodations in a convenient downtown location make The Harney House Inn a perfect choice when visiting Indianapolis for business for pleasure.
Built in 1885, the Old Northside Bed and Breakfast in Indianapolis, IN, offers all the fine amenities that allow total guest enjoyment and a stress-free stay. Old Northside Bed & Breakfast is located on the periphery of downtown Indianapolis in the Historic Old Northside. The inn is within walking distance or a short drive to The President Benjamin Harrison Home, Morris Butler House, Monument Circle, Circle Centre, Indiana Convention Center, Banker's Life Fieldhouse, and Lucas Oil Stadium.
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Recently restored in 2019. On the corner of Hill Street and Carroll Street in Historic Downtown Wabash, Indiana is your chance to experience the opulence and warmth of the spacious antique and art filled Victorian Inn, Herrold on Hill Bed and Breakfast. Guests can choose from six luxury king and queen bedrooms and a candlelight breakfast served on china and crystal in the formal dining room or in the privacy of your room. What sets Herrold on Hill apart are the attention to detail from the breakfast choices to the beautiful restoration, making it more than just a place to sleep; it’s an experience and a wonderful hotel alternative. There are two guests parlors, open oak stairways, hardwood and marble floors, elegant chandeliers and stained glass, unique round windows, fireplaces, a screened in porch and a large restored carriage house. Herrold on Hill Bed and Breakfast is within a short walking distance of Historic downtown (3 blocks away): The Honeywell Center, restaurants, museums, the library, churches, antique shops, art galleries, a movie theater and Farmer’s Market (in season). Use the link above to visit our full website and read our blog to learn more. We look forward to welcoming you.
A Classical Revival manor home built in 1900 by Cincinnati financier Henry Morgenthaler in the unique neighborhood of Gaslight Clifton. The large formal entry hall with sweeping staircase invites you to step back in time. The large dining room, parlor and library, decorated with antique furnishings, are comfortable and inviting for both travelers and business guests. Relax with afternoon tea or wine on our 50-foot wrap-around porch. Wake up to the enticing aroma of a full breakfast served each morning. Baked treats are always available in the charming butler's pantry. Walk to fine restaurants, eclectic boutiques and Cincinnati's oldest movie theater. We are minutes from the University of Cincinnati, Hebrew Union College, The Midwest Culinary Institute at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, major area hospitals, and Historic Over-the-Rhine.
Welcome to Chateau Bourbon, Kentucky's #1 B&B on TripAdvisor! As seen in "Lonely Planet", "Forbes", "Afar Magazine", & "USA Today". At our award-winning inn, you can expect genuine hospitality, impeccable attention to detail and down-home southern charm. Taking standards from traditional 5-star hotels and adding our personal touches, Chateau Bourbon delivers an unforgettable guest experience. Owner/innkeepers Missy & John Hillock take great pride in their property, which they personally designed and constructed in 2015. With every comfort and convenience in mind, they’ve created a space that many guests warmly refer to as “a Pinterest house come to life”. They’ve married the look and feel of a traditional Kentucky estate home with European influences of the French and English cottages they’ve traveled to over the years. And with all the creative bourbon touches, there’s no denying you’re in the bluegrass state. Whether you’re stamping your Kentucky Bourbon Trail passport at area bourbon distilleries, placing a winning wager at historic Churchill Downs, dining at our nationally-recognized restaurants, or exploring the majesty of thoroughbred horse country, Chateau Bourbon is the perfect home-base for your Kentucky adventure. GUESTS RAVE ABOUT OUR...3-course, bourbon-infused breakfasts - Nightly "Sips & Sweets" happy hour - Luxurious beds/bedding - Porch swings, fire pit, and cozy spaces - Impeccable cleanliness - Guest pantry stocked full of drinks/snacks/necessities - Picturesque, walkable neighborhood setting - Discount card for neighborhood restaurants/shops/services - Partnership with the Kentucky Bourbon Trail - Multiple ways to enhance your stay, including private bourbon tastings - Furry, 4-legged innkeepers, Reese & Honey - Warmth & hospitality :) Chateau Bourbon provides an elegant setting for its fun, welcoming atmosphere. With a cocktail in hand, come sit on our porch and let your worries fall by the wayside. Located within the award-winning ‘new urbanist’ community of Norton Commons, you can ‘park & walk’ during your stay with everything you need just beyond our doorstep. You’ll enjoy the locally-owned restaurants & boutiques set amidst the beautiful homes and park-like green spaces. Our east end Louisville location is just 12 miles from downtown, so you’re only minutes from everything the big city has to offer. Whether you’re a bourbon newbie or a self-proclaimed bourbon nerd, we’ve got the experience you’re looking for. Whether it’s discussing the distilling process, sharing a cocktail recipe, or recommending a hard-to find bourbon, you’ll enrich your knowledge by experiencing the tradition of Kentucky bourbon like a local. All 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor, Yelp, & Facebook! Come see what all the fuss is about - We look forward to hosting you!
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a county Landmark, the Inn at Woodhaven is one of Kentucky's premier inns. The Main House and Carriage House, both built in 1853 by prominent Kentucky farmer Theodore Brown, are spectacular examples of American Gothic Revival architecture. The houses feature 14-foot-tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling diamond-paned windows, huge arched doors and original ceiling plaster work and shutters. The third building, Rose Cottage, was built in 1998 using architectural details from the original buildings. Each of the eight spacious guest rooms at our Louisville bed and breakfast are furnished with elegant and comfortable antiques and reproductions and offer deluxe amenities for our guests' comfort. Complimentary coffee, tea, after-dinner liqueurs, desserts and beverages are available for guests to enjoy in our parlor or on the porches.
Bourbon Manor is conveniently located near the many Bardstown attractions and offers several VIP Bourbon Tour & Tasting Excursion Packages that can be added to an overnight stay. Let us help customize a memorable, stress-free Bourbon Trail Experience of a lifetime. Plan your visit to a place where Bourbon is celebrated year-round - where we sip our Bourbon in grand Southern style. There is something for everyone here, every day of the year: My Old Kentucky Home State Park, My Old Kentucky Dinner Train, Stephen Foster Musical, Historic Trains and Museums, Civil War historical sites such as Abraham Lincoln's birthplace and boyhood home, Abbey of Gethsemani - home to the first Trappist Monks Settlement in the U.S., Kentucky's Wine Trail, and of course, the 12 world-famous Bourbon Distilleries. Bourbon Manor is a Bourbon Lover's Paradise. Enjoy our Bourbon Heritage involving the Brown Family and 2 stately Pre-Civil War Plantation Mansions (Circa 1810 and 1825). The Brown Family started the first commercial bottled Bourbon known as Old Forester, which is now designated the official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby. Today, the property is an award-winning B&B and the first Bourbon-themed B&B in the World! Enjoy our spacious antique-appointed guest rooms, complete with modern amenities, fine art work, blissful bedding, and beautiful park-like setting. Our onsite Bourbon Bar & Lounge, The Bunghole Bourbon Bar, a 3-level historic tobacco barn, features the best selection of Bourbons in Bardstown - with over 150 Bourbons, Wines, and Crafted Beer. Our Full Country Gourmet Breakfast always includes dessert infused with Bourbon, of course. We also have an onsite Spa for some pampering after a long-day of tours - Couple's Massage is the most frequently requested treatment. We invite you to be our guests! We look forward to seeing you soon! Until then, CHEERS! Todd & Tyler, Owners/Innkeepers
Originally built in the late 1830s, but magnificently restored. Opening in 2005, In three short years, we were chosen in the Top Ten Best Overall in the US by Bed and Breakfast.com. Chosen by San Francisco Magazine as the “Place to stay on the Bourbon Trail.” And by Knoxville Magazine as the “destination of choice for the Kentucky Derby.” Our private suites are some of the finest in the world. Each suite tells its own story with the tastefully appointed themed classic movie themes, restored hardwood floors, original oil painting, excellent bedding, etc. And our beautiful Huntsman Chase Guesthouse, built in 2010 is an equine themed 3.5 BR, 3.5BA 2,000+ sq. ft. Southern Living plan that is rented as one unit. (In other words, if you just book the downstairs, no one else can book the upstairs. If you just need 2 bedrooms in the guesthouse, you only pay for 2). In the hustle and bustle of our modern world, we all long for a special place where we can just be, where we feel welcomed and pampered in an unobtrusive way; where beauty and a peaceful atmosphere are synergistically joined. Your search is over for an incredible destination that skillfully combines elegant design, impeccable cleanliness and a gracious tangible sense of calm and welcome. Ground zero for exploring world-class horse farms. (2 Triple Crown winners 5 minutes away!) We are also a home base for exploring the very popular Bourbon Trail. Our guests tell us that they feel they have escaped the world behind the old brick wall of the English courtyard. Our full hot gourmet breakfasts are served fresh from our state-of-the-art kitchen every morning to you, our cherished guests. Whether you want to escape or to explore, we excel in exceeding expectations at A Storybook Inn. “Close to Everything, Worlds apart!”
Experience true southern hospitality and casual, yet elegant accommodations at this inviting upscale bed and breakfast, located on the bourbon trail in the heart of horse country just outside Lexington, Kentucky. Think five-star service, four-poster beds, very spacious rooms, private en suite bathrooms, award-winning breakfasts served in the Dining Room or in bed, gracious hosts, customized concierge assistance and a long list of 21st century amenities including Smart TVs, high-speed internet, keyless locks, luxury linens, eco-friendly cleaning processes and flexible check-in. Charred Oaks Inn is a short driving distance from some of the most recognizable names in the bourbon industry and several of the world's finest equine athletes like American Pharoah. Other experiences close by: Keeneland Racecourse, the Kentucky Horse Park and Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next escape to the Bluegrass Region in Central Kentucky.
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Indiana is a large enough city to offer a wide variety of things to do, an array of international restaurants and plenty of great shopping. However, the city is still small enough to not be overwhelming. With a culture similar to that of the rest of the midwest, you’ll find friendly, welcoming people, stick-to-your-ribs comfort food and four distinct seasons where different sides of life in the city can be experienced.
Bed and breakfasts in Indianapolis, IN span the gamut from old Queen Annes and Victorian homes in historic old Northside to more modern accommodations near downtown. You’ll be close to all of the attractions the city offers as well as dining and shopping. Bed and breakfasts near Indianapolis, IN offer the best way to experience the city like a local while staying in comfortable and unique homes in convenient locations. Read on for more information about planning your trip to Indianapolis and booking your Indianapolis bed and breakfast.
Indianapolis is warm in the summer with highs in the mid 80s through the months of June, July and August. Winter is similar to that seen in other Mid-western states. January is the state’s coldest month, when the highs average in the mid 30s. The best time to visit Indianapolis is in the fall, when weather conditions are most favorable. Summer temperatures can be too warm for many. Winter temperatures often dip below freezing and snow can make travel difficult. Spring comes with the risk of tornadoes and thunderstorms. Therefore, if you have the choice, plan your trip during fall when temperatures are most comfortable.
Indianapolis has a long and colored history. The area where the city is now located was originally occupied by the Lenape people of the Delaware nation. The city of Indianapolis was founded in 1820 soon after European Americans settled in the area. The city grew quickly owing to its geography. The city is surrounded by flat, fertile farmland. It’s also located right along the White River which provided power for the early city. The railroad came in 1847 which led to Indianapolis becoming a manufacturing and transportation center. The city was made the capital of Indiana in January of 1825 soon after it was founded.
Indianapolis is a vibrant city with many different activities available for any type of traveler. Family travelers will appreciate the Indianapolis Zoo or the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, where the interactive exhibits will keep kids of all ages busy for hours.
The Old Northside Historic District near downtown Indianapolis is home to many of the city’s best bed and breakfasts. If you stay here you’ll appreciate everything that historic Old Northside has to offer such as the Benjamin Harrison Home, the Morris-Butler House and a number of well maintained Victorian-era, Queen Anne and Italianate homes.
The Indiana Convention Center in downtown brings many travelers to Indianapolis, as does Butler University. Both are within easy reach of dining, shops and entertainment.
Lucas Oil Stadium in downtown Indianapolis is the home field of the Indianapolis Colts. Sports fans may want to try and catch a game while visiting Indy. Other large-scale events are sometimes held at the stadium as well. The famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway, is the world's largest sports venue and home to the world-famous Indy 500 auto race. Other races are held there throughout the year.
Indianapolis sits on the White River and was originally designed as a port city. However, it became quickly apparent that the river isn’t good for boat travel other than a short time period in the spring. During other seasons the river is dotted with small islands and sandbars. The city is surrounded by flat, fertile agricultural land. However, there are a few opportunities to enjoy nature. White Water State Park flanks a large section of the White River, and offers various recreational activities. Right in town, Eagle Creek Park is the city’s largest park, and a beautiful place to get out and enjoy nature. Other natural attractions nearby include Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve, Fern Cliff Nature Preserve and Cataract Falls.
Most of the best things to do in Indianapolis are located in downtown Indianapolis and the Old Northside neighborhood. In downtown you’ll find the Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana State Museum. Historic Old Northside is noted for its many well-preserved historic homes, and some of the best bed and breakfasts in Indianapolis. Butler University and the Indiana Convention Center both draw many visitors to town. Those who come for conventions and university visits will appreciate the convenience of the downtown location and all of the shopping, dining and things to do around Mile Square in the center of Indianapolis.
Indiana’s diverse population has led to an equally diverse food scene. You can try almost any type of food in the city. One of the best places to try a bit of everything is the Indianapolis City Market, where you’ll find a range of international food stalls spread across a 2-story indoor food court. Indiana’s traditional cuisine is similar to that of the rest of the Midwest, with comfort food being the focus. Beef and noodles, or chicken and noodles, pork tenderloin sandwiches, chili, country fried steak, fried chicken, biscuits and gravy, and barbecue are all typical menu offerings at the standard restaurants around Indianapolis.
When booking vacation rentals in Indianapolis, Bed and Breakfasts are a wonderful option. Bed and breakfasts are often thought of as an option for a romantic getaway. You’ll certainly find that to be true here, but there are also bed and breakfast options for nearly any type of visitor to Indianapolis. From check-in to check out you’ll appreciate favorable locations near some of the best locations in Indiana. There are bed and breakfasts in downtown Indianapolis and in Old Northside close to attractions like the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, the Indiana Convention Center, Historic Old Northside, and Lucas Oil Stadium. Staying in a bed and breakfast allows you to experience one-of-a-kind lodging and to benefit from the kindness and friendliness of your innkeepers, who know the area firsthand.
Bed and breakfasts in Indianapolis offer visitors all of the amenities that they need for a wonderful stay. If you need to access technology during your getaway, you’ll have access to free wifi. There’s also air conditioning in most guest rooms. You can expect an en suite bathroom with luxury toiletries. Some properties have jacuzzi tubs and laundry facilities. Each morning, you’ll enjoy a full breakfast, homemade on site with local ingredients and enjoyed in a dedicated dining room with other house guests or in some cases, at an off-site restaurant. You can often request to dine in your guest room if you prefer. Bed and breakfasts offer an experience that is completely unique when compared with other types of vacation rentals.
Indiana’s nickname is “Crossroads of America” and it’s easy to see why when you realize how many interstate highways pass through the town. Interstates 65, 69, 70 and 74 all converge in Indiana’s capital. The city has its own international airport, Indianapolis International Airport which is located about 15 minutes from the city center. From the airport you can take bus #8 to Downtown. Greyhound has a station right in the middle of the city and Burlington Trailways, which provides bus service throughout the Midwest, also stops here. Amtrak’s Cardinal, which transits between Chicago, Washington D.C. and New York stops in Indianapolis several times a week in each direction. Even though there is a public bus system, outside downtown you’ll need a car to get around. Rental cars are available at the airport.
Indianapolis offers visitors both traditional bed and breakfast options and more modern alternatives to hotels.
Nestle Inn sits in the Mass Avenue Cultural District, right in the middle of Indianapolis. This modern BnB offers a private bath in every room and no contact, 24-hour self check-in. Rather than offering a classic homemade breakfast, the inn will provide you with a breakfast voucher to use at one of two restaurants adjacent to the property on Mass Ave.
Offering a completely opposite experience, the Old Northside Bed and Breakfast occupies an 1885 home, and offers a more traditional BnB experience. It’s one of the most romantic bed and breakfasts in Indianapolis, IN. The inn is located in Historic Old Northside, just on the outskirts of downtown. You will be walking distance to many popular attractions including the President Benjamin Harris Home, Morris Butler House, Monument Circle and the Indiana Convention Center. If you are looking for a bed and breakfast with a jacuzzi in Indianapolis, IN, you’ll appreciate that some of the rooms offer large double jacuzzi tubs. Old Northside Bed & Breakfast is also one of the only pet friendly bed and breakfasts in Indianapolis, IN. Pets are allowed in certain rooms.