Our home was built at the turn of the century by Frank and Alma Brown. Mr. Brown chose the quarter sawn oak that fills our entry and first floor common rooms. Stained glass and leaded glass windows give a prism effect of sunny mornings during breakfast. A full breakfast is served in the dining room and early morning coffee and teas are available in the front parlor at 7:30 am. We invite you to enjoy our 5 guest rooms with private baths, our parlors to read or work on our ongoing puzzle, or watch a movie. We have filled our home with antiques and family pieces to make your stay comfortable. Our large front porch is complete with a swing and furniture where you may catch a passing horse and buggy. Just a short walk from our Inn, are 5 antique malls and craft shops. We offer special midweek and winter rates.
Our non- smoking guest room is comfortably decorated with antiques and period pieces of the owners and features a queen size bed, private bath, WiFi access and cable tv/vcr/dvd. Each guest room is named for the original occupant from the turn of the century. Check in time is 4:00 - 6:00 pm and Check out time is 10:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $95/$73
Our very popular 2nd floor retreat names for the original occupants. It has a queen size bed, cable tv/vcr/dvd, private bath with dressing table, WiFi access, decorated in lavender and sea foam green. The attached bath themed with flowering pansies had been Alma's sewing room in 1902.
A most charming 2nd floor guest room (if I do say so)of antique hat boxes and lace. Named for the Brown's niece, it has a queen size bed, cable tv/vcr/dvd, WiFi access, is decorated in cream and mauve colors, floral hat boxes and antique lace. A private bath decorated in soft mauve is adjacent to the guest room and includes plush guest robes.
Step back in time to Miss Allman's 2nd floor room, a spinster school teacher who rented from the Brown's in the 1930s. It has a queen size bed, cable tv/vcr/dvd, private bath, WiFi access, decorated in soft blue accented with old school books and primers.
A cozy 3rd floor room named for the Brown's granddaughter. It has 2 amazingly comfortable twin beds, private bath, cable tv/vcr/dvd, and WiFi access. Decorated in mauve, blue and cream colors, accented with antique doll decor and floral ribbon wallpaper. Jodi has been a guest and slept here when visiting.
Our largest guest room on the 3rd floor is named for the Brown's granddaughter. It has a queen size bed, sitting area with upholstered wing back chairs, cable tv/vcr/dvd, private bath, WiFi access. Decorated with rose wall border and faux finish wall design. Sally in her late 70s has been a frequent guest.
4.4 on March 27, 2014
Barb & Fred
5 on March 11, 2014
We had a lovely time with Dennis and Dianne!! The house is immaculate and beautifully decorated. There was 8 of us and we had plenty of room to sit in the living room just to chat. Dianne set up a dinner with an Amish family who also took us on a buggy ride! That was very enjoyable! Breakfast at the Inn was wonderful - very filling, tasty, and beautifully presented. The Inn is very close to downtown Nappanee so the shops were close. The bedrooms with private baths were clean and cozy. The Homespun Country Inn is very warm and welcoming thanks to Dennis and Dianne. These sisters enjoyed the pampering!!
5 on November 19, 2013
I cannot rave enough about this Inn. It was our first Bed and Breakfast experience and Dennis and Dianne helped to make it simply wonderful. Their suggestions for dinner and the play at Amish Acres was spot-on, and the breakfast the next morning was delicious!! We will definitely be going back.
5 on October 22, 2013
Diane & Dennis are amazing hosts! Had a wonderful time at Homespun Inn and plan to stay again in the future. Thanks so much for your help in finding things to do and the fantastic breakfasts you made. This will be a great place for us to stay when visiting our son at Notre Dame.
4.8 on October 21, 2013
The Home was beautiful and was decorated with antiques in every room. Each guest room has it's own private bath. The breakfast was very delicious and Dianne and Dennis were great hosts. I will stay there again next time i'm in the area.
South Bend, IN (SBN-Michiana Regional)
Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, Coppes Commons, Dutch Village Market, Amish Acres, Shipshewana Flea Market, Nappanee Country Rural Shops, University of Notre Dame, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Zoo, Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Bed and Breakfast
Amenities Basket, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Telephone, Videos , Complimentary cold beverages in the dining room
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Golfing, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Dennis and Dianne Debelak
We love the opportunity to meet guests from all over the world. We are currently celebrating 20 years in hospitality as Innkeepers! We love to travel ourselves and hunt for antiques for the Inn. Winerys and good food are a passion of ours to seek out when we have some free time.
Celebrate Spring with Nappanee's hometown flavor in the heart of Amish Country! Your Nappanee Hospitality begins with an Inn-Room welcome gift of Nappanee Apple Butter, jar of Nappanee Honey, Heritage Trail CD and map. A full breakfast by candlelight is served in the dining room each morning. Valid anytime thru April 30, 2014. Not valid with any other discounts, on-line reservations or gift certificates. PLEASE CALL THE INN FOR THIS SPECIAL PACKAGE!
"Nappanee Countryside Package" $180 Embrace the Pace of Nappanee Indiana and enjoy an overnight stay at The Homespun Country Inn, with an early check-in at 12:00 noon. Experience ice cream for 2 at Rocket Science Ice Cream Shop located at the Coppes Commons. We'll reserve an afternoon tour of Henry Chupp's wood carving business (allow 45 minutes). Learn about this old world cradt first hand from Nappanee's local amsih artisan and take home a hand carved wooden trivit as a remembrance of this great experience. That evening take a short ride in the country for an Amish dinner for 2 to complete your evening. No need to fuel a horse and buggy......so we'll include a $20 gasoline card to get you home safely. Please mention package when reserving. Advance reservations are necessary.
Main Street Package" $145 Plan an early check-in at 12:00 noon, so you can enjoy lunch for 2 at the Main Street Coffee House. We'll include an Homespun Inn-Room Welcome Gift Bag upon arrival. Take a short walk to Coppes Commons with a gift certificate to Nappanee Bakery and Treat Shoppe, where you can purchase from a selection of "baked from scratch" delectables!! A full breakfast by candlelight the following morning completes your stay. Please mention package when reserving.