For 30 years, The Brick Street Inn has provided guests with warm Hoosier hospitality. While retaining its historical character, what began as a simple frame house built in 1865 has recently been completely renovated and dramatically expanded to create the thoroughly modern comfort and convenience our guests enjoy today. Nestled among the quaint shops and eateries along the Village of Zionsville’s brick Main Street, the Inn’s historic charm and upscale bed and breakfast style accommodations are one-of-a-kind. A true boutique Inn with 8 luxurious, fully appointed guestrooms, The Brick Street Inn is one of Indy’s hidden gems. The ambience of the Chautauqua Room, a 750 sq. ft. gathering room suitable for meetings, retreats or social events, is one of charming elegance. Catering is provided by Patrick’s Kitchen & Drinks, a full-service casual dining restaurant and bar located within the Inn. Just twenty minutes northwest of downtown Indianapolis, the quaint village of Zionsville is well known throughout central Indiana for its unique charm, friendly townspeople and an enviable lifestyle that provides many benefits to Zionsville residents and business owners. Nestled amidst a mosaic of carefully preserved historical homes, many dating back to the 19th century, the Village of Zionsville is one of the few towns in the United States that has proudly preserved its main brick street and we cordially invite you to visit.
5 on May 09, 2016
I stumbled upon Brick Street looking for a last minute place to stay near Zionsville and boy am I glad I did. Make sure you wake up early enough to have breakfast with Patrick, you will not be disappointed!
We are so glad you stumbled upon us. Thank you for letting us know how we're doing.
4.2 on May 07, 2016
great location to get into downtown. staff is great and the facility is beautiful
2.8 on April 18, 2016
Overall we had a nice visit and would stay again. I would just suggest to work on the details, as we all know it's the little things that matter. For example, there was a welcome note/card to greet us in our room, however it was addressed to other guests, the water in the hallway was not hot so we could not make coffee or tea, and the restaurant completely messed up my breakfast order twice. First they lost it and then prepared it completely differently than explained. Even though it was a request for vegan options, turns out both items were regular menu items, so they didn't even to turn out to be something out of the ordinary. Also vegan options were very lacking and will make or break our decision to stay again. We have found that most restaurants keeping up to date now are offering delicious vegan options. This is different from vegetarian and gluten free. Thank-you for your time. Overall it is a beautiful establishment and the Inn staff was fabulous!
With the advance effort I put into communicating your dietary preferences to Patrick's, I was very disappointed to hear that you felt they missed the mark. Vegan menu options, however, are not a highly requested item and while Patrick’s has many vegetarian options, the kitchen staples are limited by necessity to ingredients used in preparation in the normal daily preparations of their menu items. While I understand the frustration of the breakfast ticket mix-up, I’m not sure I understand why receiving a regular menu option was disappointing, given that our agreed option was a veggie sauté. With regard to the inability to get hot water for coffee or tea from the H2O machine, when maintenance investigated they found the hot water button had been pushed off. Hot water was immediately available once the button was pushed back on. There is also a commercial Keurig on the Pantry table next to the H2O machine with an unlimited water supply, over 30 K-cup varieties of coffee and tea and other hot beverages. Hot water only can be dispensed directly from the Keurig for use with the over 16 premium tea bag varieties available on the same table. This option was in working order when checked minutes after you delivered your comments at checkout. I understand that buttons can sometimes be confusing and apologize for the difficulties you experienced. I think you will find if you read our reviews on Bed and Breakfast dot com and Trip Advisor that we do score very highly in attention to detail. I personally hand write a note to each arriving guest daily and have never had a mix-up. The note card in your room was inadvertently mixed up with the departing guest’s card by a housekeeper working her 2nd day on the job. She threw away yours and left theirs in its place. It's understanding from your perspective that this would be a disappointment and for that I offer my most sincere apology. I appreciate your taking the time to tell me about your experience.
4.4 on March 19, 2016
very clean and nice, rooms are larger than most B&B's, staff were great as well as the food
Thanks for taking the time to let us know about your stay.
5 on January 04, 2016
My wife and I, along with her parents, had a delightful stay at the Brick Street Inn on New Year's Eve. The location is perfect for shopping at Zionsville's quaint shops and just minutes away from our evening at Beef and Boards Dinner Theater. We loved our rooms (Sheila was gracious enough to upgrade us to adjoining rooms). The complimentary breakfast was cooked to order and topped of our stay. We look forward to a return visit.
I hope the play was memorable. We loved having all of you at the Inn and look forward to seeing you again. Happy New Year.
5 on November 10, 2015
Every part of my stay was excellent. Didn't eat at the Inn, but have no reason to believe the food would be anything less than the rest of the experience.
Thank you for your review. We love getting feedback from our guests. Hope to see you again in the future.
5 on August 24, 2015
My husband and I shared a quaint get away for the weekend for our anniversary at a beautiful bed and breakfast in Zionsville Indiana. The Brick Street Inn was everything we needed to just enjoy a quiet weekend together in a well kept friendly bed and breakfast located in the heart of a quaint town full of shopping and great restaurants. Breakfast was served on the front lawn patio where we could enjoy watching shoppers coming and going from shop to shop as well as enjoying the local farmer's market.
Thanks for taking the time to tell us about your stay. I hope you will visit us again.
4.6 on August 17, 2015
An amazing property with every detail thought about ahead of time. I stayed at the Inn on the suggestion of a colleague and will now stay nowhere else when visiting the area. Breakfast logistics were not as advertised but the end result was delicious cuisine with ample beverages.
Thanks for taking the time to let us know your experience. We will look forward to your return.
4.6 on August 17, 2015
Our stay was wonderful, perfect location and excellent service. We were even helped with a late night dessert. i would and am recommending to everyone I know. The only thing I would change would be the service in the restaurant. I had lunch and 2 breakfasts there and the service was sub par. Might have just been a new girl though.
Glad you enjoyed the dessert. We'll look forward to your return.
5 on May 10, 2015
We stayed at the Brick Street Inn for my husband's birthday. Not only was the town of Zionsville very quaint with plenty to do there, it is not far from Indianapolis (which was our main intent). Brick Street Inn was just a lovely place to stay for the night. The Innkeeper was extremely nice and accomodating. They had a lot of complimentary things that made it worth paying a little more than we normally would. They also provided a killer complimentary breakfast the next morning. I would recommend this Inn to ANYONE!
Thanks for taking time to comment on your experience at the Inn. We love hearing how much our guests enjoy their time in Zionsville and at the Inn. We hope to see you in the future.
Village northwest side of Indianapolis, Downtown, Small town
Indianapolis, IN (IND) 25 miles
From the main terminal building use the left 2 lanes to keep left at the fork and follow signs to Interstate 74-Interstate 465 S and merge onto I-465 N I-74. Follow I-465 N and I-74 to West 86th Street. Take Exit 23 at 86th Street using the far left lane. Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Zionsville Road. Continue on Zionsville Road to light at Main and Sycamore Street in Zionsville. Follow Main Street to Oak Street. You will pass the Inn. Turn right on Oak Street and right into the alley at the Salty Cowboy, this brings you to the rear Registration entrance - parking at the Inn.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Night life, Trader's Point Creamery Trader's Point Hunt Charity Horse Show Hussy-Mayfield Library Famination Antique Fan Museum Zionsville Fall Festival Zionsville Independence Day Festival Starkey Nature Park Lincoln Park Lions Park Jennings Field Creekside Nature Park Zion Nature Center The Zionsville Golf Course Sullivan Munce Cultural Center The Sanctuary-Nancy Noel Gallery Thomas Kincaid Gallery Hopwood Cellars Winery Zionsville Farmer's Market Butler University Conner Prairie Dow AgroSciences, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Sports venue, Winery
Bath robes, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Electric vehicle charging, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Fridge, Microwave, Parking, Wedding Facilities, Wheelchair access , Complimentary Coffee & Tea, Full Hot Breakfast for Two, Welcome Snack, Restaurant & Bar On-Site, Daily Indianapolis Star, Environmentally Sensitive Toiletries
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Hiking trails, Shopping in the Village, Shopping
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Advance Notice Required for Special Dietary needs.
Each guest receives a Walkers Shortbread cookie upon arrival.