This Chain Hotel Has a Local Vibe

SUper 8 motel within walking distance of Menno-Hof

Franchise Super 8 Motels offer clean, inexpensive, comfortable rooms. They offer free Internet service, a “superstart” breakfast, and guest laundry facilities.

The Super 8 Shipshewana offers these amenities plus more, all with a local “vibe.” In other words, this Super 8 reflects the local culture: friendly, down-to-earth, and hospitable. The hotel also has splashes of decor reflecting the area’s simple life, making the rooms feel homey.

Location is ideal:

Super 8 Shipshewana is within walking distance to:

  • Shipshewana Flea Market
  • Yoder Shopping Center
  • Menno-Hof
  • and downtown stores

It is also adjacent to Raber Patio Furniture, a business Amish businessman Ervin Raber started in the 1970s and is still involved in the everyday running. His hamburgers are famous, and a couple of times a year he pulls out the grill for his customers.

This Super 8 is the only franchise hotel in Shipshewana. It’s extra-friendly to seniors, AAA, CAA, and groups with Wyndham Rewards Programs.

One other bonus: If your furry friends travel with you, they can stay with you here with an added small fee.

Super 8 Shipshewana is, in a word, super.

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