Imagine yourself back at the turn of the 20th century ...sipping a beverage in a wingback chair marveling at the imported handpainted ceilings in several sitting rooms, the spacious front porch with wicker furniture or relaxing in the "Music Room" complete with a player piano. This B&B is in the heart of "Amish Country". The four guest rooms with private baths are named after the founder, Solomon Mier and his family. Only 14 miles South of Shipshewana on Cavin Street(same road as State Road 5). Close to golf courses, antique shopping, Chain of Lakes State Park, Syracuse, Kendalville, Nappanee, Auburn, Middlebury and Goshen. Checkout our website for FUN packages! .smmanor
5 on August 01, 2017
I was in the area doing work and couldn't find a hotel to stay in. So I took a chance and stayed at a bed and breakfast for the first time. I have to say, I was very impressed. The rooms were clean and very well laid out. It really was like stepping back in time. I would definitely stay there again.
4.8 on June 16, 2017
Great place Amanda is a great host her kids are adorable. Stayed two days reciently will be back.
5 on May 25, 2017
My husband and I stayed at this beautiful B&B May 9th thru the May 10th. Amanda greets you at the door when you first come in. The manor is so beautiful and after you check in, she shows you around. Amanda goes over what to expect if you come back and the manor is locked up, what the password is for Wifi, and places to eat that are local. I was very surprised how quiet the area and home are. We received homemade cookies in the evening that were perfect for our gluten-free diet. I did not sleep well, but that is because I don't sleep well in other places besides my own bed. But again, even at night, the manor is very quiet. Amanda has three beautiful, friendly children that greeted us at breakfast. We had requested a gluten-free breakfast, and Amanda made a great egg and ham casserole that was a very large portion, along with fresh fruit. There was also coffee, tea, water, and OJ. We sat in the large dining room with the other guest and chatted with Amanda, her children and the other guests. I have never been to a bed and breakfast before, so this was a fabulous way to start the day. We will definitely plan on coming back. We stayed in the Rose room, and would like to try the other rooms too, as they were set up differently and offer different views of the town. Thank you Amanda and family for a wonderful stay!
Thank you for such kind words! I'm glad you came to stay with us and that it was a good (first B&B) experience!
- Amanda (innkeeper)
5 on January 29, 2017
The Manor is beautiful inside and out. My son and I went for our annual winter getaway. Amanda took good care of us! The breakfasts were delicious and she was attentive to every detail to make our stay enjoyable, including home made cookies each night. We would definitely recommend the Manor.
5 on August 13, 2016
I spent two nights in the Rose room. The room and bathroom were very clean and very roomy. Amanda was a wonderful hostess. She is very friendly, warm and gracious. The breakfasts were delicious.
5 on March 17, 2016
Our two-night stay in Ligonier, Indiana was a delight thanks to the folks at Solomon Mier Manor. The beautiful home of the 1890s is part of an interesting history that comes to life in the people who see to all your needs and become friends. Beds were comfortable and everything was clean and bright in our Abraham room and bath. All expected modern services - internet, cable TV, etc.- worked well. Breakfasts were tasty with good variety for both days of our stay. A special treat was the availability of cookies each evening. We loved spending our time at the Solomon Mier Manor and highly recommend it to others.
5 on March 11, 2016
I spent two nights in the Abraham room. The room and bathroom were spotless and spacious. Amanda was a wonderful hostess. She is very friendly, warm and gracious. The breakfasts were delicious.
4.8 on August 19, 2015
We had an enjoyable stay at the Solomon Mier Manor. Amanda is a gracious hostess, and her breakfast was delicious. The house is incredible.
4.6 on April 02, 2014
My husband and I spent a very relaxing night at the manor. What an interesting and majestic home. I was enjoyed the beautiful woodwork and craftsmanship. Amanda, Tom , and little William made us feel at home. The rooms are all beautiful and well appointed. Beverages and warm chocolate chip cookies were a treat. Breakfast was filling and good, we enjoyed chatting with Amanda and playing with William. The inn is close to Shipshawana and amish country,
5 on August 05, 2013
My husband and I stayed one night at Solomon Mier in July 2013. Wish we could have stayed a week. We were in the Abraham Room, and it was so comfortable. We have stayed in B&B's, but this one far surpasses anywhere we have stayed. Amazing house, everything in period style. My husband took many pics of inside and out. Breakfast was great - even met my dietary needs, Amanda is a fantastic hostess. We walked around the wonderful neighborhood behind the inn in the evening, and had coffee on the great porch in the morning. Fresh cookies - made sure she supplied ones with no chocolate for my husband. If we lived closer to the inn, we would be regulars, but we are in SC. We do have a trip planned for next Spring with friends and will stay there. If you are planning a trip to Shipshewana, this is the best place to stay. A VERY short drive away, and even if the inns in Shipshewana say you can walk to stores from their places, you can't. Everything is way too spread out. Stay at Solomon Mier - you won't be disappointed.
For guests desiring a king size bed the Rose Room is for you! Decorated in chocolate brown and blue, this room is our most popular room. Furnished with original pine wood floors, marble sink, and stained glass window, this room is truly a wonder.
This is one of the coziest and warmest rooms, complete with a large bay window, perfect for reading. Our brightest room, the Abraham Room features a queen size bed and private bathroom. The white walls and ceiling are fashioned from 1920's railcar siding. Cozy up with a book on the window seat and soak up the sunshine. Mosey down to the dining room and make yourself a cup of tea in the dining room to complement your evening plate of homemade cookies.
Our largest room, the Amelia Room is perfect for guests desiring two beds. Fitted with 2 queen size beds, and furnished with East Lake antique furniture the Amelia room is cheerful and roomy. The original bathroom including subway tile and marble sink complete this suite. Evening cookies and tea await you.
Nightly Rate: $129 - $129
Nightly Rate: $129 - $129
Named after the proprietor of this magnificent home, the Solomon Room is the perfect getaway for guests desiring two queen size beds. When you enter this cozy room you will find bird's eye maple furniture and large windows. The spacious former walk through closet with custom built in cupboards, has now been converted into a bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Countryside, Small town
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Amish Settlements, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River, Rodeo, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
CD player, Conference Rooms, Desk, Library, Piano, Radio, TV Video games, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities , Bottled Water, Soda, Hot tea, and Coffee, Homemade Cookies, Front Porch Seating (Seasonal)
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Antique Shops, Amish Acres, Shipshewana Flea Market, Ligonier Murals, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Water sports
I had always planned to be a stay at home mom when I had children someday, and suddenly this seemed like the perfect way to be able to do just that. My passion for baking, cooking, and keeping house all seemed to fit just right. Soon I had a goal of not only running a bed and breakfast, but also making it a unique experience. I felt that everyone deserved to see this magnificent home, enjoy an overnight stay that was extravagant and yet reasonably priced, and walk away with an amazing experience