Indiana has the beauty of the "moonlight on the Wabash"
and mysterious underground caverns. It has the romance of towns named for such faraway
places as Brazil, Holland, Mexico, and Peru; villages with offbeat names like Gnaw Bone
and Pinhook and Popcorn. It also has the ugliness of urban slums and scarred hills
slashed by strip mining. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the showcase for the
fastest cars on Earth, and Indiana is the state where everyone goes wild at basketball
Your choice of an Indiana bed breakfast awaits your arrival.Your lodging choices
range from an intimate Indiana bed and breakfast to more out-of-the-way rustic
Indiana b&b, guesthouse, country inn, hotel, or homestay. According to the state
motto, "The Crossroads of America," Indiana is a major agricultural and
manufacturing state, with Lake Michigan sand dunes in the north, a flat plain in the
central region, and wooded hills and deep valleys in the south, along the Ohio River.
Indiana's bed and breakfasts include farmhouse homestay B&Bs, charming country inns,
inviting Victorian B&Bs, elegant urban inns, and historic B&B hotels, but all
specialize in Hoosier hospitality.
Most of the year almost half of Indiana cropland is planted in corn, there is a much
wider variety of fauna. In the Indiana Dunes regions, there are many unusual plants,
including the prickly pear cactus, lichen mosses, bearberry, and more than 20 varieties of
orchards. Indiana is host to many famous Americans, including entertainers James Dean, and
David Letterman. It is also has earned the nickname "Mother of Vice-Presidents".
There have been five men from Indiana elected as vice-presidents: Schuyler Colfax, Thomas
A. Hendricks, Charles W. Fairbanks, Thomas Marshall and Dan Quayle. The state also has a
rich history to explore. Most often known as the area where the Amish reside where you can
get a glimpse of their world. Outdoor adventures await you with caves, rivers and forests.
Relax after a long day in an Indiana inn near Auburn or a b&b in Indianapolis.
Excellence is the pride of Indiana and innkeepers at the various Indiana bed &
breakfasts reflect this pride. Experience all that Indiana has to offer today!