The Prairie Guest House
The award winning, historic Prairie Guest House sits on a farm-like setting of two acres in Hamilton County, Indiana. Innkeepers John and Karen Newton are honored to receive the "Hoosier Hospitality Award" from the state of Indiana. Welcome to our spacious inn, which features beautiful gardens, large native Indiana trees, a rustic barn and on premise yoga studio. The mid-1800’s Gothic farmhouse has nine large guest rooms, each with private bath and lovely common areas to relax in. Across the courtyard, the early 1900’s cottage houses the kitchen and dining areas, where you will enjoy a fabulous home-cooked breakfast daily or relax in the cozy sun room, perfect for curling up with a book and our feline innkeeper, Fiona. When you're ready for some activity, join a class in our yoga studio, venture across the street to explore Conner Prairie, head into a neighboring town for a meal and antique shopping or take a walk in a nearby nature preserve. We're located directly north of Indianapolis within thirty to forty minutes to downtown Indianapolis.
Farmhouse Retreat, Delicious Dining, Homestead Hospitality
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What makes the Prairie Guest House great for a weekend getaway? The rooms are spacious and quiet. The peaceful serenity of the property allows you to shed the memory of the weekly grind and creates room for you to relax and enjoy your stay with us. There is great entertainment, food, shopping and world class entertainment in near by Carmel and Noblesville. The Palladium is a stunning performance spot for an evening out. We make your stay special with added guest suite options such as, chocolate covered strawberries, wine, champagne and personlized notes. Let us know how we can make your weekend here memorable. Plan Your Getaway
Conner Prairie Winter Programs
Our across the street neighbor has many great winter programs including Hearthside Suppers and Follow the North Star. Conner Prairie
Follow the North Star is a participatory museum theater experience that demonstrates the wide-ranging social attitudes toward African-Americans in pre-Civil War Indiana.
It is a powerful program that generates empathy, provokes discussion and immerses visitors in this important part of our nation’s history.