Bed and Breakfasts in Amish Country, Indiana

What’s better than waking up to peaceful serenity and the smell of a freshly made breakfast? LaGrange County is lucky enough to have several Bed & Breakfasts for a perfect home-away-from-home getaway in Amish Country.

Bright Morning Star B&B

Just a few minutes from Shipshewana, Bright Morning Star Bed & Breakfast is nestled in the heart of Amish Country. Sit on the front porch as you watch horse and buggies go by and Holstein cows waiting to be milked across the road. You’re sure to be relaxed here; the hardest part will be leaving.

Morton Street Inn

Located right in downtown Shipshewana, the Morton Street Inn was built in 1880 but recently remodeled with a trendy modern farmhouse style. The new hosts will make you feel like family, helping create experiences to make it a memorable trip. If you must leave the house, you’re walking distance from the Flea Market, restaurants, attractions, and 50+ shops.

Old Carriage Inn

As if the hospitality and relaxing atmosphere wasn’t enough to sell you on the Old Carriage Inn, the location surely will. Directly across from the new Michiana Event Center, forget about parking and walk to see shows like the PBR Bullfest, Shipshewana Quilt Festival, and more. Not to mention, your backyard is the Flea Market.

Songbird Ridge B&B

Right outside of Shipshewana is the perfect country retreat, Songbird Ridge Bed & Breakfast. Spend your mornings in the sunroom looking over the scenic view while eating a healthy breakfast. The best part, you’ll even be sharing the property with goats, sheep, and miniature horses.

Hollow Ridge Lodging

Wanting to switch up your thought on a traditional bed & breakfast? Find your own space at Hollow Ridge Lodging in a peaceful, wooded setting. The property is Amish owned, so you’ll have a first-hand experience with the culture. Plus, Katie makes homemade cinnamon rolls in the morning that will have you drooling.


Whether you’re visiting for a girl’s weekend, a romantic getaway or even quilting retreat, consider a bed & breakfast to make your stay in Amish country even more memorable.

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