Indiana January 03, 2019
This Grand 1874 Mansion Inn In Indiana Will Make You Feel Like Royalty
If you love the charm of bed & breakfasts, there is one along the Ohio River in Vevay, Indiana that belongs on your bucket list. This grand mansion inn has been around for more than 100 years, and you won’t want to pass up a chance to stay in it overnight.
From luxury amenities to vintage furnishings, this Second Empire-style mansion is all about peace and comfort. Scroll on to learn more.
Southern Indiana's best hotel is Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast on the east side of the state in a little-known river town everyone needs to visit. Though the house was built in 1874, it did not become an inn until 2000.
Modern luxuries and vintage comforts come together to create a unique experience at this grand mansion inn. You'll find antique and reproduction furnishings as well as carpets from England and Scotland.
There are five romantic guest rooms to choose from at this gorgeous getaway. Each is unique and offers guests different views of the mansion's beautiful property.
There is even a three-room suite with fireplaces and plenty of space to make you feel at home. Room rates run between $120 and $220 per night.
Each room has a king or queen bed, fabulous bedding, plush bath robes, a flat screen TV, and a claw foot tub. You're guaranteed to find relaxation in these cozy suites.
A gourmet breakfast is served each morning at this grand mansion inn. Guests enjoy both savory and sweet dishes as well as fresh baked cookies upon arrival to the hotel.
Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast is situated at the center of 11 acres of manicured lawns that add tranquility to your stay. Special features include a spacious patio, a gazebo, water features like fountains and waterfalls, and a small vineyard.
This marvelous B&B is an excellent place to stay anytime of year. It is located about half way between Cincinnati and Louisville near the lovely town of Madison.
Schenck Mansion is located at 206 W Turnpike St., Vevay, IN 47043, and you can learn more on its
website or Facebook page.
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