Archive for the ‘Homespun Country Inn’ Category

Winter Cure in “March” for Cabin Fever

Thursday, March 21st, 2013

Let us pamper you with our 2008 winter rates of $65 per night. Our historic Inn offers a comfortable retreat from your daily schedule. Enjoy our Homespun Hospitality and let us help you plan your stay in Northern Indiana’s Amish Country.

We can arrange a dinner with an Amish family in their home during your visit with us… ask Dianne for details.

Our non-smoking guest rooms feature private baths, cable TV and a full breakfast by candlelight in the dining room each morning. We are located a brisk one block walk to Nappanee’s downtown square. Be Our Guest… we look forward to hearing from you.

“Stay on Route 6” writer visits Homespun

Friday, June 17th, 2011
Malerie Yolen-Cohen

Malerie Yolen-Cohen, author of Stay on Route 6, visited Nappanee last week.

Our Inn was home to writer Malerie Yolen-Cohen last week as she traveled west from her Connecticut home along The Grand Army Highway, US 6.  Her travels and stops along this historic road are being detailed for her travel guide “Stay on Route 6.”  By mid July she will have completed her trip.  Her stay with us and her visit to Amish Acres, The Round Barn Theater and the Coppes Commons were among her US 6 stops in Nappanee.  You can follow her blog posts as well at…..Thanks Malerie, it was a joy to meet you….Safe Travels!!

Amish Acres Arts and Craft Festival

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Enjoy the music of the dolcimers, the aroma of the freshly made foods and the creative and artistic craft vendors in the heart of Amish Country.  Don’t miss out on this annual four-day festival, August 5 – 8.   Guest rooms are still available at local inns located just a mile from the festival.

Amish Carriage. Photo courtesy of Ridgway on Flickr.

Valentine’s Day Country Package ~ $145 couple

Friday, January 16th, 2009

Make this a Valentine Day to remember!

Bring your Sweetheart to the Heart of Amish Country.  Come and Embrace the Pace of Nappanee, Indiana where you can avoid the city crowds and enjoy a simpler and quieter time.   Enjoy Homespun Hospitality at our Inn with an overnight stay with private bath, cable tv and Wi-Fi.  Upon arrival at the Inn, enjoy an Inn Room Welcome Tray of prepared confections.

The Unique Community of Nappanee

Friday, December 5th, 2008

So, you don’t know much about our little town? Well, then you just don’t know what you are missing!

Nappanee, located in Northern Indiana, is the center of one of the largest Amish settlements in the United States. Nearly 2,500 Old Order Amish live and work in this area. Their lifestyle has a huge impact on the look and feel of our community. When you come to visit us at our Nappanee Lodging, we hope you will take the time to explore the Amish culture, which impacts our modern life in ways that will amaze you.

Amish Carriage. Photo courtesy of Ridgway on Flickr.

Amish Carriage. Photo courtesy of Ridgway on Flickr.

Our community was built on a heritage of woodworking, the railroad industry and the Amish work ethic. When you come to Nappanee, you will meet people who have grown up understanding the value of a hard days work and just how good relaxation and rejuvenation feels when it is deserved. We hope you will choose one of our unique and lovely rooms when looking for Hotels in Nappanee Indiana.

What can you expect when you visit Nappanee? Look forward to being embraced by a community that is committed to loving thy neighbor and values your unique company.

Explore the Amish Community while in Nappanee at the Amish Acres Historic Farm and Heritage Resort. This is an 80-acre farm where time essentially stopped over a century ago. Expose yourself to the Amish community. At Amish Acres Historic Farm visitors can explore the Amish way of life and American heritage through this 125-year-old farm. Come explore the historic 80-acre farm and experience the lifestyle of the Amish through guided tours, farm animals, restaurants, musical theater, craft demonstrations, and quaint shops.

Autumn Celebrations

Thursday, October 9th, 2008

Just up from us on Route 19 is Wakarusa. They have a real fun autumn energy. It always makes me feel good to visit there as the weather turns colder.

The Wakarusans (if that’s what they’re called!) make this amazing pumpkin tree every year in the middle of their town! It is about 20 to 30 feet tall and they use over 200 pumpkins to build it!

The Pumpkin Tree in Wakarusa

The Pumpkin Tree in Wakarusa

The town shows great fall form by adorning light poles and sidewalks with autumn decor. The shops are full of fun autumn and Halloween goodies to ease us into the winter months again.

It is a nice day trip and another example of the wholesome communities in our area and their great spirit!