Guests Become Friends at Mckenzie House Bed and Breakfast

The motto at McKenzie House Bed and Breakfast is, “Come as a guest, leave as a friend,” and if the owners, Bruce and Sherry, have anything to do with it, you will quickly become friends when you visit with them at this Middlebury, Indiana home away from home.

After all, it has been Sherry’s livelong dream to own a bed and breakfast. Now that she owns McKenzie House, named after her only daughter, she fulfills her dream by offering kindness and delightful touches to her hospitality.

About McKenzie House
Slightly south of the Indiana Toll Road stands a yellow farmhouse surrounded by all the beauty and serenity nature has to offer.

Housed within the carriage house are five suites, including “Courtney’s Suite,” a 450 square foot room with a king size poster bed, a mini-kitchen, Jacuzzi tub, and private deck.

McKenzie House also has an outdoor pool on the grounds, a unique amenity for bed and breakfasts in the area.

The grounds feature several acres of a manicured lawn decorated with landscaping stops along the way.

Visit McKenzie House Bed and Breakfast, and you’ll see why this special place won the 2012 Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor.com.

McKenzie House is located at 52215 SR 13, Middlebury, Indiana, just a few short miles to Shipshewana.

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