From the instant I saw The Victorian Guest House in Nappanee, Indiana, I was giddy with excitement. I couldn’t wait to get inside and see it!
Gabled and turreted, we somehow managed to drive right by this very large Indiana bed and breakfast. My navigating skills may leave something to be desired.
The Victorian Guest House in Nappanee, Indiana
Anyway, from the outside, The Victorian Guest House was absolutely beautiful…and pink. Very, very pink.
Lovely etched glass doors led into an entryway with fantastically gorgeous woodwork along an impressive staircase. Our room was at the top of the stairs: The Coppes Suite.
Why did we choose to stay in this room? I think the picture above easily explains it. The tub was that huge. Original to the house and in excellent condition, it is capable of holding 65 gallons of water with plenty of room for two. I totally felt like a Princess.
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We made our way downstairs to check out what was offered in the dining room. What a room that was!
There was a massive amount of woodwork here as well as an incredible carved table and chairs. My photos just do NOT do it justice. What a unique room! I picked through numerous teas while hubs ponied up for a cold pop (or soda, as he calls it) from the mini-fridge.
Breakfast the next morning started with a pear comfit, an egg casserole that I’m pretty sure I have made myself at home, and a generous slice of Milk Chocolate Bundt Cake, another of our family favorites.
The Victorian Guest House is in a terrific location. Right in the quaint Indiana town of Nappanee, hubs and I could easily ditch the car, walk around, and make our way back without getting lost and confused about how to get back.
It is a wonderful home and definitely worth checking out. They just don’t make them like they used to!
Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is little Indiana!
Just don’t forget to tell ’em that little Indiana sent you!
Victorian Guest House
302 East Market Street
Nappanee, Indiana 46560
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