Amish Country Heritage Trail

The Heritage Trail takes you on an amazing 90-mile journey through the heart of Indiana's Amish Country.

Travel along the Amish Country Heritage Trail and stay at any of the Indiana Bed and Breakfasts listed below.

Business Friendly

A home away from home that will provide you with stress-free continuity, world-class concierge service, and a pleasurable getaway all rolled into one. Bed and Breakfast innkeepers excel when meeting the needs of the business guest. From quiet rooms, business amenities to running errands, and the ability to have breakfast on your time! When you are on the road again for business choose a Bed and Breakfast as your lodging choice where you will feel like you had a pleasant getaway.

Girl-Friends Getaways & Scrapbooking

Get together with your gal pals, hit the wine trails, and enjoy spending the day at the spa or on a sandy beach or pick the perfect place to hold a scrapbooking retreat.   Just pack your bags, gather your girlfriends and shop till you drop. Looking for that special place to make this happen! Just check out the specials that our innkeepers have to make this happen with comfortable lodging, delicious breakfasts, and unique places to visit while you relax, renew and bond all over again. No excuses needed.


Indiana is filled with some of the finest golf courses in the country which offer a variety of experiences and skill levels along with breathtaking scenery. Stay at a local bed and breakfast and plan a fun and challenging journey across our state with great exercise on one or more of the 470 golf courses with a wide variety of links designed by some of the biggest names in golf including Pete Dye, Jim Fazzio, Robert Trent Jones, Donald Ross, and Fuzzy Zoeller and comfortable sleeping each night in a cozy well appointed bed and breakfast.

Green Inns

The Indiana Bed and Breakfast “Proud to be Green” is a “green” self-certification program to recognize member inns who are making a commitment to be good environmental stewards.

Inns participating in the “Proud to be Green Program” are making a conscious effort to decrease their carbon footprint and operate their businesses in a socially responsible manner.

Participating inns realize that being environmental and socially responsible, is the right thing to do, good for the environment and good for their community. Our members seek to advance their environmental goals and achievements.

Under this program Bed and Breakfasts are awarded up to four Green Leaves and one additional green plus symbol (+) indicates the innkeeper will maintain records of utility usage to monitor changes in their operations to help reduce usage. Four green leaves and a green A+ represent the highest level of green achievement. To view levels of achievement click here.

Hiking, Caving & the Outdoors

The emphasis on a healthy lifestyle and enjoying the outdoors in Indiana is second nature to us. Our Innkeepers will keep you up-to-date and on where to go for the best of state parks, lakes, wildlife, forests, trails, hunting, fishing, and wildflowers which is just a drop in the bucket. Start the day with a delicious and full-filling breakfast at an Indiana Bed and Breakfast then get ready to canoe along a lazy river, go boating or swim in our beautiful lakes. Experience the subterranean beauty of Indiana by learning more about our caves. For the racing enthusiasts Indiana boasts over 57 tracks from asphalt, dirt, and drag to road courses. You can be sure a great adventure is out there just waiting for you.

History and Pioneer Villages

You can literally walk through Indiana history from Native American cultures, 18th century outpost life, the days of early settlers, civil war history, the underground movement, and industrialization, along with a culture rich in agriculture, art and music. All of Indiana tells a story, whether your follow the trail of Morgan Raiders, visit the sites of major battles or tour a pioneer or Amish village where you can take part and learn many activities such as blacksmithing, candle dipping, woodworking, the art of weaving and quilting. Enjoy a stay at a Bed and Breakfast and join our innkeepers who have created an exciting experience just for you and discover the riches of Indiana.

Indiana Upland Wine Trail

While traveling along our trail, you will see the beautiful countryside of Central and Southern Indiana and have the opportunity to tour and taste at eight of Indiana's finest wineries.

Travel along the Indiana Upland Wine Trail, sample the award winning wines of Indiana and enjoy a stay at any of the Indiana Bed and Breakfasts listed below.

Indiana Wine Trail

Wineries of the region continue a tradition that began two hundred years ago when Swiss immigrants planted vineyards. Explore the Indiana Wine Trail and sample a taste of history. Kick back and enjoy a leisurely drive, stopping along the way to discover the quaint charm of the region and visit six artisan wineries.

Travel along the Indiana Wine Trail, sample award winning wines and enjoy a stay at any of the Indiana Bed and Breakfasts listed below.

Indy Wine Trail

Wine trails are made up of several wineries, generally from one region, working together to offer customers the local wine experience. Customers can travel from winery to winery to learn about the various wines produced in the state.

Travel along the Indy Wine Trail, enjoy sampling award winning wines along with an enjoyable stay at any of the Indiana Bed and Breakfasts listed below.

Interstate 64

I-64 crosses the Wabash River and enters the state of Indiana. It passes Indiana 69 and Indiana 165, and also passes under Indiana 68 (no direct interchange serves Indiana 68, though one can access said route from either Indiana 165 or 65) then passes three officially marked exits for Evansville (Indiana 65, US 41, and Interstate 164/Indiana 57/Future Interstate 69) then proceeds to service exits leading to Jasper, Santa Claus and Indiana 37, and intersects Interstate 265 in New Albany before crossing into Kentucky on the Sherman Minton Bridge.

Interstate 65

The section of Interstate 65 in downtown Indianapolis multiplexes with Interstate 70. The junctions are often referred to as the "North Split" and the "South Split", forming a section of interstate locally known as the "Inner Loop" or "Spaghetti Bowl" due to the visual complexity of the multiplexing freeways.

Interstate 69

An interstate highway in the Southern and Midwestern United States. It currently exists in two discontinuous sections: one from Indianapolis, Indiana, at Interstate 465 to the U.S. side of the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, Michigan, at the Canadian border, where it continues as Highway 402 in Ontario, and one section connecting U.S. 61 and Interstate 55 in northwestern Mississippi.

Interstate 70

Terre Haute. The only major city is Indianapolis. Interstate 65 can be accessed from downtown, while the other Interstates in the city, Interstate 74 and 69, must be accessed from Interstate 465, the beltway around the city. After passing through, it continues east through eastern Indiana before exiting into Ohio in Richmond, with U.S. Route 35.

Interstate 74

Interstate 74 runs east from the Illinois state line to the Crawfordsville area before turning southeast. It then runs around the city center of Indianapolis along Interstate 465. It then enters Ohio near the metropolis of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Interstate 90/80

In the state of Indiana, Interstate 90 enters from Illinois at the Chicago Skyway. It then runs to the concurrency of Interstates 80/94 east of Interstate 65, where I-80 leaves I-94 and joins with I-90. The combined I-80/90 route runs east across northern Indiana and near the southern border of Michigan to the Ohio state line.

John-Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail

Travel back to July, 1863 and follow Confederate General John Hunt Morgan and his raiders on a self guided tour through 7 counties, and stopping at 24 check points in Southern Indiana to relive the history of his one and only Civil War battle on Hoosier soil, as they wind their way north and east toward Cincinnati.

Travel along the John-Hunt Morgan Heritage Trail and stay at any of the Indiana Bed and Breakfasts listed below.

Knobstone Trail

The rugged terrain of this 58 mile backcountry hiking trail is often compared to the Appalachian Trail (AT), and many people use it to train for the AT. The Indiana Department of Natural Resources manages the Knobstone Trail (KT) in Clark, Scott, and Washington counties in southern Indiana. It is Indiana's longest footpath, passing through Clark State Forest, Elk Creek Public Fishing Area, and Jackson-Washington State Forest. These state resource properties contain nearly 40,000 acres of rugged, forested land. The trail presently extends from near Deam Lake, just north of SR 60 in Clark County, to Delaney Park, just east of SR 135 in Washington County

Pet Friendly

Pet friendly inns in Indiana.

Southeast Indiana Trails to Freedom

Southeast Indiana Trails to Freedom is the name of a new driving tour designed to tell the stories of the Underground Railroad in 15 counties of Southeastern Indiana.

State Road 56

in the U.S. State of Indiana is a route that travels the south central part of the state from west to east. The western terminus is near Hazleton at U.S. Highway 41. The eastern terminus is at U.S. Highway 50 in Aurora, along the Ohio River southwest of Cincinnati.

State Route 37

at one time ran from the northeast of the state to the south end. In the pre-Interstate Highway era, Indiana 37 was the most direct route between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, although Interstate 69 has supplanted it and some other highways as through routes. It remains as the principal link between Indianapolis and Bloomington.

The Arts, & Crafts

Enhance your bed and breakfast experience with a concert in the park or top tapping fiddle fest or line dance to county music. The music of Indiana ranges from Blues to Jazz and Gospel. Plan your stay with an evening at the symphony, the best of bluegrass with the strumming banjos and fiddle contests or swing and promenade around the square dance floor. 

Indiana, home to hundreds of talented artisans and boasts a variety of unique handmade works of art, handcrafted furniture, pottery, weaving, leather, clothing, wood, glass and other unique one-of-a-kind items. Shop for the perfect piece of local art, handmade soaps, hand-turned bowls, antiques and vintage items. Visit a potter's studio and see a masterpiece created. Meet the artisans and share their stories. Your experience will be as valuable and unique as the art itself.

Theaters & Museums

Enjoy a good comedy now and then or prefer a lively musical or maybe your taste in the Theater is a heart wrenching drama or an intriguing murder mystery.  Possibly the diversity of the museums in Indiana which connect you to a world of creativity, history, aviation, military, automotive, sports, industry, geological  and transportation is more to your liking. Or just maybe you want the best of both worlds. Our innkeepers can direct you to the nearest the community theater or dinner theater for an evening filled with drama and song or explore exhibits of art, science and culture or one of many of the historic homes that house museums throughout the state just may be your cup of tea.

US Route 150

In the state of Indiana, U.S. 150 runs south with U.S. Route 41 from Terre Haute. It is then multiplexed with its parent, U.S. Route 50 from Vincennes to Shoals. It then runs east to New Albany before multiplexing with Interstate 64 into Kentucky.

US Route 24

U.S. Route 24 runs east from the Illinois state line to Huntington. At Huntington, US 24 turns northeast and runs to Fort Wayne it then multiplexes with Interstate 69 and Interstate 469 to bypass the city before entering Ohio at the state line northeast of Fort Wayne. The segment of US 24 between Logansport and Toledo, Ohio is part of the Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor project of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act.

US Route 31

U.S. Route 31 is a long north-south highway connecting northern Michigan to southern Alabama, with termini at Interstate 75 near Mackinaw City, Michigan, and U.S. Route 90 and U.S. Route 98 at Spanish Fort, Alabama. It formerly reached Mackinaw City along the southern approaches of the Mackinac Bridge (Interstate 75) in the north and downtown Mobile, Alabama, in the south.

US Route 50

Enters Indiana at the Wabash River, bypassing Vincennes and Washington and passing through Bedford, Seymour, and Versailles. It meets the Ohio River at Aurora, and soon crosses into Ohio, running through downtown Cincinnati via Fort Washington Way.

US Route 6

U.S. 6 crosses the state line and shares the same Borman Expressway with Interstate 80/94 through Hammond and Gary until State Road 51 Exit 15; it goes south for about 2 miles and turns east until it meets U.S. Route 421 in Westville, then goes south for a mile then east until it meets U.S. Route 35 and U.S. Route 31, and it shares the same road with U.S. Route 33 for about 5 miles until U.S. Route 33 breaks south toward Fort Wayne, IN at Ligonier, IN, and then it is mostly two lanes through Indiana until it meets the Ohio state line just east of Butler, Indiana. Before the Borman Expressway was completed, U.S. 6 was on Ridge Road, portions of which are now signed Business U.S. 6.


Indiana Wineries offer a wonderful opportunity for an excursion with family, friends or a loved one. Our wineries offer adventures with an educational flare with a relaxed Hoosier style.  Tour the winery and cellar, enjoy a picnic overlooking the rolling hills and vineyards, relax around the tasting bar sampling different wines and visit with the vintners that are knowledgeable in wine making.

You do not need to be a wine connoisseur to visit Indiana's family owned wineries. Small wineries are the place to learn about wine appreciation, grape growing, and winemaking. You will discover the pleasure of using your sight, smell, and taste to enjoy award winning wines.