Bed & Breakfasts / Inns
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Richmond | Wayne County Indiana has bed & breakfast options that offer comfortable atmospheres with a relaxing stay. Enjoy everything Richmond | Wayne County Indiana has to offer while you stay overnight here.
Rent a comfortable, historic, quiet retreat, in the heart of Centerville and minutes away from a myraid of attractions and events to peak any interest year round.
The home has a fully-equipped kitchen, living room, 2 bedrooms, and 1 ½ baths. House is furnished with antiques for that time period with the exception of the queen-sized bed which is an antique replica. Rooms are large.
College Avenue Bed and Breakfast is the perfect spot for visitors. Whether you're a prospective Earlham student or parents, an Earlham graduate, a family visiting your Earlham student, an Earlham job candidate, or visiting Richmond but not Earlham, you'll find that College Avenue B&B is your comfortable home away from home. We welcome all humans!
Bed and breakfast specializing exclusively in scrapbooking retreats and ladies getaway weekends--cropping, scrapbooking, stamping, beading,and needle craftwork. The inn has a spacious craft area (1,000 sq.
1890 elegant Queen Anne Victorian home featuring six lovely guest rooms: five with king size beds and one with a queen. All have private baths. Full breakfast and evening refreshments. Special features include stained glass windows and ornate carved wood.
We practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs.
How would you like to spend the night or a weekend getaway in the heart of Indiana's Antique Alley? Guests at the Inn at High Hats can relax in the antique adorned Parlor Room, take tea or coffee at the old dining room table overlooking Main Street with cookies from Great Granny's cookie jar, or drift off to sleep in the comfortable Victorian Parisian bedroom.