Best Western in Howe is Predictably Good

3 day bike ride in shipshewana

Sometimes, predictability is good.

Predictability breeds comfort, and comfort is a very good thing when you travel. You want to know your destination includes a clean, nice hotel room, a comfortable bed, and a good breakfast.

Best Western PLUS in Howe is a good hotel, which is predictable because it carries the Best Western brand, and it’s very good because it is a great place to arrive after a day of travel.

Beds are comfortable, rooms are clean, Wi-Fi has a strong signal, pool is great, and breakfast is served right on time.

Sometimes, things are unpredictable. Like people. In this case, will the hotel be well managed? Will you get good service? Will the staff know about the area and be helpful?

Yes. Yes. And Yes.

The manager is on site, helping when any issues arise, if they even do. You’ll also get prompt service. And, staff does know about the area, like the fact the hotel is only two miles from Howe Military Academy, 40 miles right off the by-pass from Notre Dame, and 10 miles from the Midwest’s largest flea market, the Shipshewana Flea Market.

No matter what brings you to Howe, you’ll definitely want to see a few sights there: St. James Chapel at Howe Military is one for sure.

Stop in at Kingsbury House Gallery to find very special souvenirs from the area—original art at reasonable prices from local artists.

Try a meal at Iannarelli’s Italian Restaurant, and then scoop up some ice cream at Happiness is Ice Cream.

So when you come to Howe and stay at the Best Western, you’ll be glad you did. Glad is something we can predict will be true.

These good folks (pictured above) took the leisurely approach to last year’s Amish Land & Lakes ride.
Come back the first weekend of August for the Amishland and Lakes three-day bike ride.

For more information on Best Western Plus in Howe, click here.

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