There’s A Themed Bed and Breakfast In The Middle Of Nowhere In Iowa You’ll Absolutely Love

Planning an Iowa vacation means you’re setting yourself up for a great trip in the Hawkeye State, but sometimes we get so used to our typical vacation spots that we want to mix it up! One great hidden gem is the Homestead Hotel in the Amana Colonies! This historic building has had many lives — it was built in 1862 as a hotel, it burned down in a fire in 1890, was rebuilt and continued to host travelers until it became Bill Zuber’s Dugout Restaurant in 1949. in 2004, the Homestead Hotel returned to its roots and was remodeled and opened as Zuber’s Homestead Hotel, a place where any Iowan would be proud to stay.

For anyone who’s proud of their Iowa Roots, there’s no better place to stay than the Homestead Hotel! You can read the stories of the other 10 guest rooms and book your stay, right here. Zuber’s Homestead Hotel is located at 2206 44th Ave., Homestead, IA 52236.

To learn more about the Amana Colonies, read A Day Trip To Iowa’s Historic Colonies Will Take You Back In Time.