This premier Bed & Breakfast is one of the Top 10 Inns in the State and is just a short drive from the North East side of Indianapolis. This 1920 Dutch Colonial boasts a classic elegance with English Country decor. Turn down service, fabulous candlelit breakfasts, and custom made robes are among the many thoughtful details that are only a small part of the upscale amenities found at the Ivy House. Located between I-69 and I-70, just east of Fishers. Th Ivy House is a perfect choice if you are coming to the Indy, Fishers or Noblesville area. We are also very close to Anderson IN. The Ivy House is proud to be featured on HGTV. If you would like to book or check availably please click on the blue oval at the left of this page that says visit website and go directly to our site to book. Thank you. Close proximity to: Indianapolis Convention Center Lucas Oil Stadium Home of the Indianapolis Colts Conceco Field House Home of the Indiana Pacers Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Indianapolis 500, Brickyard 400. Moto GP) Conner Prairie Living History Museum Hamilton Town Center Mall Historic Pendleton Charming town of Noblesville Indianapolis Air Show Colts Training Center Anderson Indianapolis Wine Fest
This beautiful room boast of a 4 poster queen bed and a hand carved wardrobe. The bath has a 5 foot clawfoot bath tub for soaking and a large shower. You will have a custom made robe to wear while at the Ivy House. Guests love this room. It is so romantic.
The Baltic Room has a queen size sleigh bed. Beautiful wall paper, quilts and a antiuqe wardrobe set the tone for this wonderful room. The bath has a very unusual 41/2 foot clawfoot bath tub with the old fashion shower in the tub. All the Ivy House guests have a custom made robe to wear while they are here. A perfect room to relax in.
The Boston Ivy Room has a beautiful white iron queen size bed. The quilts and wall paper flow perfect with the antique sleeping gowns hanging around the room. The bath is across the hall but, not to worry we provide everyone at the Ivy House with a custom made robe for your short journey to the bath.
This historic house was built in 1900 and still has the charm with modern conveniences. If you are looking for a romantic getaway, honeymoon place, somewhere to stay while attending events in Indy, or just a place to put your out of town company; this is the perfect place. Sit on either of two porches; screened porch for your morning coffee and to watch the birds or swing on the front porch in the evening of this peaceful get away. Located in a quiet town just NE of Indianapolis, close to Indy, Fishers, Noblesville and Anderson. Conveniently close to Interstates I-69 and I-70 and only 15 minutes from I-465.
5 on March 14, 2014
From the moment you meet the innkeepers you feel so welcome in their home. The beds and bedding are so comfy, not to mention how warm and inviting the rooms are. The breakfasts are outstanding, so why would you even want to go home after being pampered like that! It's one of our favorite places to come and spend a few days relaxing and unwinding.....it's the perfect place.
5 on October 23, 2013
Kay and I have visited this wonderful B&B every year for the last five years, and we're still excited every time we go! Linda and Jim have provided an excellent stay each time, and we've had numerous, engaging conversations with the other guests we've met there. The house, garden, and grounds are so lovely that we even rented the space for our wedding. We always look forward to breakfast, knowing that Linda will make something delicious. This time it was a souffle and a literal miniature cornucopia of fruit for each of us. --Jay & Kay
5 on January 02, 2013
This trip was my fourth time visiting Indiana, and while the first three times were to see the Indy 500, this time was for pure relaxation and rejuvenation. I love the Ivy House so much that I simply do not even look at other places to stay! Why chance it, when you know how perfect Ivy House is? I stayed for two weeks this time; it is just that comfortable, and Linda makes the most decadent breakfasts served on fine china. Your plate will not see eggs and toast......no....she serves fresh ingredient soufflés, stuffed French toast dishes, fresh baked goods (like lemon poppyseed muffins drizzles in lemony goodness)...getting out of bed is such a treat! I will try to post a picture or two. I always love the cozy comfy rooms, and the large common areas are very inviting, including an outdoor terrace. Travellers, save yourself time and energy and look no further for the perfect place to stay.
5 on August 09, 2012
This was our first stay at a B&B and Jim and Linda set the bar high for future B&B’s. They were warm and wonderful hosts. The Inn was immaculately clean and comfortable. Spacious rooms and private bath. Delicious breakfast. She assured us right away that we would not be spending the evening with them, but with each other. They have a separate entrance and stayed in separate quarters, so unless we needed anything we did not see them until morning. She has a special eye for detail and adds a warm touch to everything. Jim has done an amazing job with the doors of the home that are refurnished from the most unique places. I love old doors and the history of items so this was a treasure to me. Their personalities compliment each other and we left feeling like we had just visited friends of the family. We will return to enjoy their home and company again.
5 on July 30, 2012
My wife and I had tickets to the Brickyard 400 NASCAR race and were looking for a comfortable place to stay for the weekend. We chose The Ivy House Bed & Breakfast based on the reviews of Trip Advisor, and are so very happy we did! The Inn was so very well taken care of that you could tell it was a place that was loved. And boy did we love it too! Everything was so immaculate! The rooms were very large and comfortable, and the huge bed we slept in made it very hard to get up in the morning. The food was excellent, and the property was beautiful! At the end of the day, it was very restful to sit and relax on the side porch with a cup of fresh brewed coffee. The house was beautifully decorated with antiques, teddy bears, tea pots, and so much more. I highly recommend The Ivy House Bed & Breakfast to anybody who may be staying in or near Indianapolis. We will definitely be staying there on our next visit!!
Indianapolis, IN (IND) 18 miles
Interstate 465 North to 69 North to exit 10. Travel on SR 238 SE to Fortville (8 miles).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Indianapolis Convention Center, Lucas Stadium home of the Indianapolis Colts, Home of the IHSAA Championships, Easy drive to the Indianapolis Speedway., We are a 15 minute drive to Conner Prairie, Conseco Field House, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Amenities Basket, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Piano, Wedding Facilities , Safe Quite Neighborhood, Innkeepers Knowledge of Area, Off Street Parking, Pillowtop Mattresses, Beautiful Gardens, Private Baths
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycles, Fishing, Golfing, Scrap booking weekends., Hot air ballooning launch site with stay., Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts
Jim and Linda Nolte
Before following their passion to be innkeepers Jim retired from his job of 25 years. Linda worked with special needs children for 12 years. Their hobbies are collecting architectual salvage and putting it to use in the bed and breakfast. If you wish they will be glad to share stoies about their finds over tea. They also love gardening. Another hobby is looking for antiques.
Ham & Cheese Souffle'
Served by candlelight with juice, coffee, muffins and fresh fruit of the season, our ham and cheese souffle's are a favorite of our guests at the Ivy House.