One of the benefits of The Bend’s rich history are the many historic homes that dot the area.
Some of them have transformed into quaint bed and breakfasts. They’re the type of places you can relax in a welcoming environment, all while experiencing a slice of homespun hospitality. In fact, you might just forget you’re out of town.
If you like to stay in bed and breakfasts, check out some of The Bend’s best options.
Beiger Mansion Inn
This charming historically restored mansion offers seven guest rooms with private baths, workout facilities and outdoor pool. Explore the lush outdoor gardens while you enjoy this grand residence in the heart of downtown Mishawaka. It’s also a unique venue for special events all year round.
Inn at the Old Republic
This home sits atop a hill on the edge of downtown New Carlisle, one of The Bend’s charming small towns. It might look familiar to holiday movie buffs — The Inn at the Old Republic was prominently featured in the movie “Prancer.” Destination dining and unique shopping await just minutes away.
Innisfree Bed & Breakfast
Situated near downtown South Bend, the Innisfree is a Queen Anne-style home built in 1892 that was moved in the 1980s then transformed in 2004 into a bed and breakfast. It features six distinct rooms and is close to all the dining, shopping and entertainment downtown South Bend has to offer.
A Victorian mansion built in 1880, the Oliver Inn is one of the most historic homes in South Bend. It was once owned by the Oliver family (of chilled plow fame) and now boasts ten luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including the private carriage house. Located in downtown South Bend within walking distance of museums, dining, shopping and entertainment.