With beautiful gardens, large native Indiana trees, and our very own barn, the Prairie Guest House takes you back to a simpler time. The mid 1800’s gothic farmhouse has large guest rooms each with their own bath facilities, and great common areas to relax and enjoy, your stay here will be comfortable. The early 1900’s cottage houses the kitchen and dinning areas, with a sunroom that glows all day long. We are also very lucky to have one of the best Yoga instructors in the area teach in the Prairie Yoga Studio located across the courtyard from your guest room. Directly north of Indianapolis only 30-45 minutes to downtown Indy. Closest towns include Carmel, Noblesville, Fishers, and Westfield. Shopping areas nearby included Castleton, Hamilton Commons, Carmel Arts District, and downtown Noblesville.
Located on the main floor in the Guest House the Bransfield has two queen beds. The east facing windows and exterior door are convenient to the parking area. The North facing windows overlook the courtyard and the Prairie Yoga Studio. This room is directly across from the Eastman room on the main level of the Guest House.
The sunniest room in the Guest House facing south and east. With two twin sized beds this is a great add on room for the kids. This room is directly across from the Bransfield room on the main level of the Guest House.
Named after the Atkinson Hotel where many of the furnishings came from in the Guest House, this is an ADA certified room. Located on the main level it includes a large bath with a no-threshold shower. Additionally there is an exterior door with direct access to the front wrap around porch. This room is directly across from the Frederick room on the main level of the Guest House.
Wonderful room with a fireplace and direct access to the wrap around porch on the front of the Guest House. The Frederick is located directly next to the tea/coffee bar for you caffeine fanatics. This room is directly across from the Atkinson room on the main level of the Guest House.
Sunny and spacious the Talbott has two queens and resides upstairs in the North East corner of the guest house. Letting in the early morning sun for those who like to greet the day with light. This room can be shared as it connects with the Hamilton to make a suite, however can be reserved separately as well.
Upstairs in the Guest House is the largest room we offer. The Hamilton, named after the county where the guest house resides, is tucked away near the top of the stairs. With two queen beds and room for four this is a great option for a family of four. This room can be shared as it connects with the Talbott to make a suite, however can be reserved separately as well.
Our quaintest offering, the Courtney has one queen bed and south facing windows. With the soft glow of the sun all day your room will always feel the warmth of the sun. Our most economical room can be added on to a reservation for a traveling companion, au pair, or kids.
Residing in the old farmhouse section of the Guest House the Garrity is a prominent room. The high ceilings and the magnificent view of the surrounding prairie, courtyard, and main house make this one of our favorite rooms. This room is directly across from the Caldwell room on the second level of the Guest House.
Upstairs in the old farmhouse section of the Guest House, the Caldwell is the room I like to call the &amp;amp;#8216;Sunset Room&amp;amp;#8217;. From its west facing windows you can enjoy the glow of the afternoon sun. The comfortable furnishings help you to feel right at home. This room is directly across from the Garrity room on the second level of the Guest House.
5 en junio 25, 2013
My husband, sister, brother-in-law, dog, cat, and I stayed at the Prairie Guest House during a cross-country move. The house is beautiful, and the rooms are spacious. Breakfast was absolutely delicious, and John was the perfect host--friendly and accommodating without being intrusive. We spontaneously walked over to Conner Prairie the next day before getting on the road, making for a more relaxed start to our day. We will definitely stay here again if our travel bring us through Fishers!
5 en marzo 21, 2013
I travel extensively throughout the Midwest and was looking for an interesting alternative to the usual hotel experience. The Prairie Guest House is a beautiful old farm house situated on a lovely and peaceful piece of property. The new owners/hosts John & Karen were very welcoming and made me feel right at home. My room was fresh and airy and my private bathroom was updated & clean. I awoke to a wonderful, healthy home cooked breakfast. I left feeling very rested and refreshed. I will definitely stay again my next time I'm in the Indianapolis area.
5 en marzo 04, 2013
Oh my. We had a great time at the Prairie Guest House. Warm & cozy we slept in the 1870’s farmhouse and awoke to coffee, and a wonderful breakfast with great hospitality. We will definitely be back for more of the same at the Prairie Guest House.
Farm, Ciudad, Zona rural, Ciudad pequeña, Suburbano, Pueblo
Indianapolis, IN (IND) 33 miles
Take I-70 into Indianapolis to ramp 465 North. Follow 465 North until it merges with 465 East. Exit 465 on the north side of Indianapolis at Allisonville Rd exit. Go north on Allisonville road approximately 6 miles. The last intersection you will pass through is a stop light at 131st street. The Prairie Guest House will be on your right hand side 13805. Look for the cream colored picket fencing bordering the entrance drive.
Cenas Elegantes/Gourmet, De Interés Histórico, Música en vivo, Museo, Parques Nacionales, Conner Prairie, Movie Theatre, Historical Interests, Performing Theatre, Concert Venue, Art Galleries, Tiendas Outlet, Área de picnic, Servicios Religiosos, Río, Observación de aves, Pasear en canoa, Pescar, Jugar al golf, Pistas para senderismo, Herraduras, Pasear en kayak, Comprar, Visitar lugares de interés
Boutique Hotel, Country Inn, Agritourism/Farmstay, Bed and Breakfast, Other
Aire acondicionado, Internet en la habitación, Servicio de Internet, TV, Wi-Fi
Vegetable & Herb Gardens, Parking, Gift Shop, Wrap Around Porch, Court Yard, Yoga Studio
Karen & John Newton
Karen is our Yoga instructor, she is a stunning conversationalist, and makes a great cup of tea. John enjoys the garden and cooking ask him about his blueberry bushes.
Vegetariano , Upon Request