Stay at the Morris Inn at Notre Dame
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If you haven’t booked your room yet, check out more information below on 4 Reasons To Stay at the Morris Inn, the only AAA Four Diamond in Northern Indiana.

Traveling to The Bend doesn’t mean sacrificing luxury.

Several hotels offer first rate accommodations. But few can match the Morris Inn. Located in the heart of Notre Dame’s campus, the Morris Inn is more than a place to get a good night’s sleep. It’s a AAA Four Diamond property flush with amenities. And a perfect place to spend your next visit.

Stay Like a Champion

No matter the season, Notre Dame is worth the visit. Staying at the Morris Inn opens up its entire picturesque campus, one building at a time.

Guests can use the hotel as a launching point for self-guided walking tours of campus. Or make the short walk over to Eck Visitors Center, where free guided tours will take you to all the major campus landmarks – the Main Building (with the Golden Dome atop), Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Grotto and so on.

Tours of Notre Dame Stadium are available separately for a fee. Find out more information HERE.

Culinary Getaway

Travel often revolves around things to do and places to go. Food, however, is never far behind on the priority list.

Staying at the Morris Inn is ideal for the foodie in your group. You don’t have to leave the property for an unmatched culinary experience, whether your prefer fine dining or kicking back with a cocktail and lighthearted conversation in a more relaxed environment.

Two restaurants – Sorin’s and Rohr’s – sit inside the Morris Inn. Wind Family Fireside Terrace, one of The Bend’s best patios, also offers a distinct experience of its own.

Sorin’s offers breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch in a well-appointed dining room.  It specializes in fresh seafood and selections from wineries operated by Notre Dame graduates.

Rohr’s is more of an upscale pub with burgers, sandwiches and wings to go along with salads and interesting appetizers. Craft beers rotate as do the signature cocktails, some of which utilize local spirits. Rohr’s is also the spot to catch up with Murf, the legendary bartender.

Wind Family Fireside Terrace is open late for an end-of-night cocktail or a quick bite to eat. It’s ideal on a summer evening under the stars.

Tee It Up on Campus

Warren Golf Course awaits on campus with an unforgettable experience.

Designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, this classic links layout is a public course and home to the Notre Dame golf teams. It has hosted several high-profile events, none more so than the upcoming 2019 U.S. Senior Open.

Warren rivals even the best private courses in the region with undulating greens and fescue rough. Played from the back tees, it offers a stout test for even the best players. More recreational players can tee it up a little more forward for a fun outing on the course.

Afterward, head back to the Wind Family Fireside Terrace to grab a drink and reminisce the best shots of the round with your group.

Catch a Show

World-class performances await within a four-minute walk of the Morris Inn at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center. It features five venues and a wide variety of ongoing events – from classic plays to movie screenings.

You can peruse the schedule HERE. There are also “dinner and a show” packages with the Morris Inn restaurants.

Insider tip: The Morris Inn is an ideal launching pad for exploring The Bend. It’s near the shopping corridor in Mishawaka and just minutes from downtown South Bend. You take in a show at the South Bend Civic Theatre or live music at the Morris Performing Arts Center. Councours D’Elegance at Copshaholm, a celebration of automotive design, promises to be a marquee event of the summer. Find out more about area events HERE.