Richmond, IN, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Richmond

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6br Bedroom
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as upstairs guest rooms provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessEach two (2) upstairs guest rooms share a full size bathroom (shower) accommodation. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during meet and greet, designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we also recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, hiking or bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOn-site parking. Limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing habitat restoration areas and sustainable technologies welcome as time allows.
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as private guest rooms (1 first floor, 4 upstairs) provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessGuest room features a private full size bathroom (shower) accommodation and Direct TV. In addition this guest room can fit one air mattress on the floor. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available - located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable technologies are welcome as time allows. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Getting AroundWithin a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Only limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$ Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable energy technologies welcome as time allows.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen ~1200 sq ft) as well as upstairs guest rooms provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessReservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available - located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable technologies are welcome as time allows. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOnly limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable energy technologies welcome as time allows.
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1br Home/Apartment
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Mid week and long term stays are available at this completely restored historic inn located in Richmond, IN. Each room features multiple beds, adjacent bathrooms, Wi-Fi, kitchen use and downstairs common areas.
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The SpaceLovely, upstairs bedroom in 1890 home is surrounded by dogwood, redbud, maple and walnut trees. On the edge of town in SW Richmond, the property has a park-like setting with corn fields and countryside just around the corner. Approximately 1/2 mile to Earlham College; Earlham School of Religion and Bethany Theological Seminary are just under a mile away. One of the original homes on the Pike, there are beautiful hardwood floors and 9 ft ceilings throughout. Guest bedroom is upstairs, as is the shared large bathroom with tub and shower. Guest bed is full-sized. Wifi throughout, basic cable in the front room, driveway parking, AC in the summer! Friendly and well-traveled hosts have been transplanted here from Oregon and have a long history of welcoming guests! Guests are welcome to join us in the fireside room for after-dinner conversation. Guest AccessBedroom and Parlor area available for guest use, as well as dining room if staying for breakfast. Getting AroundGuests have their own driveway close to the front door.
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Excellent
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The SpaceSurprisingly cozy, “Arden Hearth” is a grand old Victorian with seven decorative fireplaces, a sweeping entrance hall, front and back parlors, and a stunning oval dining room. Upstairs, the front two adjacent bedrooms are ideal for a family, with a double bed in one and two twin beds in the other; a third back bedroom offers more privacy with a full bed and a couch. Guests share one large bath with shower and tub upstairs; there is also a downstairs bath without shower. Although there is no A/C, older homes were built to maintain comfortable temps year-round; in summer, we provide electric fans and in winter, down comforters. The house is not handicap-accessible; you must be able to climb stairs. Guest AccessGuests may relax and visit in the parlors or enjoy walking the meditation labyrinth in the back garden. They may also reserve the downstairs for small gatherings such as birthday parties, bridal showers, or reunions for an additional fee, depending on the size of the group and duration of the event. Interaction with GuestsWe work out of our home and thus are around quite a bit. We are happy to share the history of the house with guests and offer info on places to go and things to do in the area. While we enjoy getting to know folks who visit, we are also fine with giving you space if you prefer. Just let us know what you’re comfortable with, and we’ll do our best to accommodate. The NeighborhoodThe Starr Historic District has many examples of charming Victorian architecture in about six square blocks. We are just two miles from Earlham College, and within walking distance of downtown and the Depot district, where you can find nice shops and restaurants. We are also quite close to the Wayne County History Museum, Glen Miller Park, and the Jazz Walk of Fame and nature trail in Whitewater Gorge. Getting AroundRichmond is a little over an hour from Indianapolis, Dayton, and Cincinnati. Our house is about 5 miles from the exit for Rte. 27 (Chester Blvd.) off I-70. Richmond has limited public transportation via city buses. A car is recommended, although biking is also an option. Only street parking is available near our house. Other Things to NoteTambien hablamos español.
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as private guest rooms (1 first floor, 4 upstairs) provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessTwo upstairs guest rooms share a full size bathroom (bath/shower) accommodation. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator is available located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. As time allows, tours of ongoing understory and meadow habitat restoration areas are welcome. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOnly limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing habitat restoration areas and sustainable technologies welcome as time allows.
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2br Bedroom
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The SpaceThis is a warm, cozy, convenient spot for the no-nonsense traveler. This is not a fullservice BNB, but rather a fully-equipped vacation rental for a family or small group. Living room is set up for entertaining, and the kitchen is set up for cooking large meals-- great place to work or to come home to. Medium-sized enclosed yard and doggydoor for your [flea-treated] canine companions (please ask about pet policies). The house is laid out as an H-- the north half of the house comprises two bedrooms with a bathroom and hallways in between, the south half of the house is comprised of a very large living room (with dining room divided off by bookcases) and a square kitchen big enough for multiple cooks to cooperate. Access to the backyard via mudroom and to the basement via stairs are both off of the kitchen. Guest AccessKitchen, backyard, fire pit, carport and living room are totally accessible and self-explanatory. Laundry is in the basement accesible from the kitchen. Interaction with GuestsI'll be traveling but accessible over phone (text message inaccessible) for any questions. My neighbors work long hours but might be able to help with anything for which physical presence is required. The NeighborhoodThis is a very convenient place to be, even in a snowstorm, because you're a few (1-4) short blocks from: - A 24/7 full-service supermarket (Marsh) - An Arby's, a Domino's, a Tim Horton's - A Gas station and a full-service old-fashioned hardware store - Earlham College campus and Richmond High - A stairway leading down to a beautiful riverside park ("the Gorge", in local parlance) Speaking of snowstorms, I've also got a covered parking spot for ya! Getting AroundRoute 5 stops on the corner, so you could say 1/6th of Richmond's public transit system is very accesible from here! Other Things to NoteA social, adorable, and quiet 12-pound rat terrier lives here, who divides her time between the backyard and the feet of any humans that enter the house. She'll be absent all of the rentable periods of 2016, tho. If my space is unavailable the dates you need, you need additional space for additional people, or you just need something smaller, I also strongly recommend my friends' listing a few blocks away: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/3896240 It's an embarrassment that this needs to be spelled out in the 21st century, but I would like to say explicitly that I am actively committed to non-discriminatory and inclusive renting on this site. (Other Richmond AirBNB hosts that I've talked to are equally committed, I'd like to point out.) Other than an ageist bias against unaccompanied college-age students (occupational hazard!), and the ableist bias imposed by the architecture, I vow to treat and consider all guests equally. On a related note, I apologize in advance for any confederate flags you might see in this Union state, and assure you that this is a vocal but small minority in a comparatively progressive Indiana town with a Democratic mayor.
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The SpaceRoom #5 is professionally decorated with traditional decor and furnishings. Bed linens are 400+ thread count and is furnished with down or alternative pillow tops. Room #5 also features an additional seating area and desk/work station. Cable television is included. The Private bathroom includes a shower. This room includes an attached additional room with a single bed. Guest AccessGuests have access to kitchenette area with refreshments, and keyed access to inn and private rooms. Interaction with GuestsWe have 13 years innkeeping experience and pride ourselves on aiding all of our guests in having the most enjoyable visit possible. Area restaurants, shopping and tourist activities abound and we are happy to provide information and recommendations. Local universities are located with 2.5 miles of the inn and frequently use our inns.
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The SpaceThis house was built in 1834 by Ithamer Warner, Richmond's first doctor. It has since seen multiple additions and renovations, giving it the uniqueness of tall, 19th century ceilings and a massive kitchen hearth while taking advantage of such modern conveniences as air conditioning and wireless internet. This is also home to two small indoor cats. They are clean, hypoallergenic and quite friendly, but are not allowed into your bedroom out of consideration for our guests with allergies. Guest AccessGuests will have their own private bedroom with a wardrobe and dresser. Across the hall is a full private bathroom and sitting room. If there are more than two people in your party, the sitting room can also function as a second bedroom. Interaction with GuestsBoth Max and Sara work at Earlham College, so we are almost always close by and have fairly flexible schedules. One or both of us will be at the house during your stay. We are happy to chat or to give our guests their privacy while they are with us. The NeighborhoodOld(e) Richmond is a quiet neighborhood notable for its 19th century homes and its proximity to multiple sites in town. We are within one mile of Earlham College's campus, downtown Richmond, the Depot District and the weekend Farmers' Market - all of which can easily be accessed on foot, by bike, or by car. Getting AroundRichmond's public transportation is not terribly convenient, so while we are within a mile of many shops / restaurants, a car or bike may be a necessity. Other Things to NoteWe do not provide breakfast for guests. However, there is a bagel & coffee shop literally around the corner from the house! If there are only two guests but you want the sitting room set up as a second bedroom, there will be a $10 fee.
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The SpaceThe house is expansive and provides travelers with a professional owned and operated inn to enjoy their visit in safety and comfort. We specialize in groups of any kind and offer use of a fully equipped kitchen with double ovens, large fridge and freezer space. Guest AccessFirst floors features kitchen, dining room, common areas . Second floor had four guestrooms and three full bathrooms. Half bath on first floor adjacent to two large parlors with 10 , 4 foot craft tables. Guest room 1 has two queensize beds. Guest room 2 has 4 twins, guest room 3 has a queen and two singles, guest room 4 has 2 singles. Interaction with GuestsJill has been a professional innkeeper for 16 years and has hosted professional craft retreats for 8 years. The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is conveniently located in the Glenn Miller historic district, close to many shops and eateries. We are only two miles from Earlham College. We enjoy the historic architecture that surrounds us in the East Main Street/ Reeveston neighborhood. We own and operate an inn on either side of the Hill house as well. Getting AroundRichmond bus public transportation, taxi and bikes are recommended.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe are the only privately owned cabin in the Richmond, Indiana area. The fully furnished kitchen, bedroom and bath areas make your stay easy and convenient. Guest AccessGuests will have access to 13 acres of woods and open pasture areas to stroll through and enjoy wildlife (deer, migratory birds and wildflowers). Interaction with GuestsAllow a few minutes to become familiar with cabin features and security needs. Guests will have complete privacy, but host home is located on same acreage. Contact is minimal. Late check-in available upon request. The NeighborhoodOur home is conveniently located three minutes from US 27 South in a secluded setting. We are 5 miles off I-70 Getting AroundLimited public transit. Recommend renting car -nearby airports (Dayton, OH, Cincinnati, OH and Indianapolis, IN). Taxi service available $$. Other Things to NoteService animals only.
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The SpaceRoom #2 is professionally decorated with traditional decor and furnishings. Bed linens are 400+ thread count and is furnished with down or alternative pillow tops. Room #2 also features an additional seating area and desk/work station. Cable television is included. The Private bathroom includes a shower. Guest AccessGuests have access to kitchenette area with refreshments, and keyed access to inn and private rooms. Interaction with GuestsWe have 13 years innkeeping experience and pride ourselves on aiding all of our guests in having the most enjoyable visit possible. Area restaurants, shopping and tourist activities abound and we are happy to provide information and recommendations. Local universities are located with 2.5 miles of the inn and frequently use our inns. The NeighborhoodWe love our historic town. East Main (The Glen Miller Historic District) is a collection of homes built between 1850 and 1935. Kris is in the process of restoring our 4th home here on East Main Street. Richmond actually has 5 historic districts.
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The SpaceRoom #1 is professionally decorated with traditional decor and furnishings. The twin beds are easlily converted to either two twin beds or 1 King. Bed linens are 400+ thread count and is furnished with down or alternative pillow tops. Room #1 also features an additional seating area. Cable television is included. The Private bathroom includes a shower. Guest AccessGuests have access to kitchenette area with refreshments, and keyed access to inn and private rooms. Interaction with GuestsWe have 16 years innkeeping experience and pride ourselves on aiding all of our guests in having the most enjoyable visit possible. Area restaurants, shopping and tourist activities abound and we are happy to provide information and recommendations. Local universities are located with 2.5 miles of the inn and frequently use our inns.
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Excellent
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The SpaceRoom #3 is professionally decorated with traditional decor and furnishings. Bed linens are 400+ thread count and is furnished with down or alternative pillow tops. Room #3 also features an additional seating area and desk/work station. Cable television is included. The Private bathroom includes a claw foot tub with hand held shower Guest AccessGuests have access to kitchenette area with refreshments, and keyed access to inn and private rooms. Interaction with GuestsWe have 13 years innkeeping experience and pride ourselves on aiding all of our guests in having the most enjoyable visit possible. Area restaurants, shopping and tourist activities abound and we are happy to provide information and recommendations. Local universities are located with 2.5 miles of the inn and frequently use our inns.
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as private guest rooms (1 first floor, 4 upstairs) provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessTwo upstairs guest rooms share a full size bathroom (shower) accommodation. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available - located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable energy technologies are welcome as time allows. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOnly limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable technologies welcome as time allows
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as upstairs guest rooms provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest AccessTwo upstairs guest rooms share a full size bathroom (bath/shower) accommodation. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available - located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable technologies are welcome as time allows. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOnly limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable energy technologies welcome as time allows.
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5br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe practice sustainable living values. In addition to serving locally grown foods, our property is supported by solar electric and passive solar hot water systems. Bedrooms are appointed with restored and/or locally crafted furnishings, original art, hardwood floors and natural fiber rugs. Public areas (living room, dining room, kitchen) as well as upstairs guest rooms provide a front row seat to birds and wildlife active in the surrounding Eastern Woodland and native grass meadow habitats. Guest Access5 Guest rooms (1 main floor, 4 upstairs) Main floor guest room includes a private full size bathroom. Two upstairs guest rooms share a full size bathroom accommodation. Reservations include a continental style breakfast of homemade breads, jams, yogurts, proteins and fresh fruits. Guests may request a hearty country breakfast served family style for an additional charge. A refrigerator and microwave are available - located in the common kitchen area. The common kitchen may be utilized for meal preparation as part of a large group (10 or more) reservation. Contact proprietor for details. Interaction with GuestsUpon arrival, allow a few minutes to become familiar with site security and business office features, bedroom, bathroom and public areas. Guests provide breakfast service preferences during check-in and designate entrees (if appropriate). Proprietor lives on site. The NeighborhoodOur establishment is conveniently located near the campus areas of Indiana University East, IVY Tech, Purdue University (Richmond), Earlham College, Earlham School of Religion and Reid Hospital. While visiting, we recommend you take advantage of locally owned dining, winery, microbrewery and specialty music entertainment venues. Within a 10 minute drive you can be browsing shelves at an Amish grocery establishment, drinking specialty tea while reading a used book, bike riding the Cardinal Greenway, bass fishing at the local reservoir, shopping the latest children’s toys, admiring a collection of vintage Model T automobiles, checking out your favorite candle outlet store or combing through scores of antiques. You may also want to include exhibits at the Richmond Museum of Art, Richmond Museum of History or the Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Within a 30 minute drive you can trade at one of the largest and most respected coin dealers in the world, taste the official sugar cream pie of the White House, attend an Amish fresh produce auction, watch a professional chocolatier produce gourmet chocolates and French pastries as confections are being readied for export (samples available) or travel through time on Indiana’s most scenic railroad, an operating railroad museum with special event opportunities including “Day Out with Thomas,” “Fall Foliage Flyer,” “Polar Express,” “Metamora Canal Days” and many more! Advanced reservations recommended. Contact proprietor for details. Getting AroundOnly limited public transportation is available within Richmond, Indiana and the surrounding area - strongly recommend visitors rent vehicles when they arrive at nearby airports Dayton, OH (DAY), Cincinnati, OH (CVG) or Indianapolis, IN (IND). Limousine services are available to/from Dayton, OH airport and Amtrak station Connersville, IN (COI), $$$. Other Things to NoteSafety: assigned keyless entry. Comfort: pillow top mattress type, goose down pillows (standard), synthetic available upon request. Engagement: board games available. Tours of ongoing restoration of habitat areas and sustainable energy technologies welcome as time allows.
hotels
135br hotels
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Located in the heart of Richmond, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Veterans Memorial Park. Earlham College is 5.4 mi (8.6 km) away.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis recently renovated, newly furnished and redecorated home has a queen bed in the master bedroom, a twin bed in the second bedroom, and a queen sofa bed in the living room. Other amenities: robes; a Keurig coffee maker; DISH Network TV; high-speed WiFi (25 mbps); and a two-in-one handheld/shower head. Four-legged guests (dogs only) also enjoy the fenced back yard. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house, yard and one-car garage. Interaction with GuestsWe will greet you when you arrive, unless you arrange to use our electronic keypad for a late arrival or for the sake of flexibility (in which case we'll check in with you the next day). We live just a few blocks away and are available every day to answer any questions or address any concerns. We both work as college professors, though, so if you call during class or a meeting we may not get back to you for a couple of hours. The NeighborhoodThe house is 1.1 miles from Earlham College and 1.9 miles from the Wayne County Fairgrounds on a wooded cul-de-sac. Two blocks away is a commercial area that includes a CVS, Dollar General, Advance Auto Parts, Mona Lisa Salon and several restaurants (Subway, Burger King, Great Wall Chinese buffet, and a Dairy Queen that's open early February through early October). A few blocks further away, you will find additional dining at the KFC/Taco Bell, Sunshine Cafe, Lee's Famous Recipe or El Rodeo Mexican Restaurant. Getting AroundOld Richmond Taxi and the Roseview Transit bus system serve the city of Richmond. Old Richmond Taxi also provides shuttle service to and from the airport, if needed. Most guests fly into the Dayton airport, but you also have the option of flying into Indianapolis or Cincinnati. Other Things to NoteWe are happy to accommodate special dietary needs or requests when stocking the apartment. Our normal setup includes assorted coffees, teas, creamers, sweeteners, juices, hot and cold cereals, milk, and snacks (sweet and salty). We also furnish DiGiorno pizza as an easy-to-prepare arrival-night meal (again, let us know if you have a preference -- four cheee? supreme? we'll buy what you like!).
motel
Poor
115 reviews
44br motel
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  • Swimming Pool
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Situated in Richmond, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Earlham College. Veterans Memorial Park is 8.5 mi (13.6 km) away.
hotel
38br hotel
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Situated in Centerville, this motel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Earlham College, Veterans Memorial Park, and Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Glenn Miller Park and Whitewater Memorial State Park are also within 25 mi (40 km).
hotel
57br hotel
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  • Wifi
Situated in New Paris, this hotel is 3 mi (4.9 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Earlham College. Veterans Memorial Park is 7.5 mi (12.1 km) away.
hotel
Poor
139 reviews
99br hotel
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  • Wifi
Situated in Richmond, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Veterans Memorial Park. Earlham College is 5.4 mi (8.6 km) away.
hotel
Nice
127 reviews
52br hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
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Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Indiana Football Hall of Fame and within 6 mi (10 km) of Veterans Memorial Park and Glenn Miller Park. Earlham College is 4.1 mi (6.6 km) away.
hotel
Poor
111 reviews
86br hotel
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Along with an indoor pool, this smoke-free hotel has coffee/tea in the lobby and laundry facilities. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a 24-hour front desk.
hotel
6br hotel
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Situated in Richmond, this bed & breakfast is within 1 mi (2 km) of Glenn Miller Park and Indiana Football Hall of Fame. Veterans Memorial Park and Earlham College are also within 3 mi (5 km).
hotel
Poor
83 reviews
44br hotel
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Situated in Richmond, this motel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 3 mi (5 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Veterans Memorial Park. Earlham College is 3.3 mi (5.4 km) away.
hotel
Poor
69 reviews
20br hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Richmond, this motel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Veterans Memorial Park. Earlham College is 5.5 mi (8.9 km) away.
hotel
93br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Located in the heart of Richmond, this hotel is 2.7 mi (4.3 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Veterans Memorial Park. Earlham College is 5.5 mi (8.9 km) away.
hotel
69br hotel
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  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Richmond, this hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Glenn Miller Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Indiana Football Hall of Fame and Earlham College. Veterans Memorial Park is 6 mi (9.6 km) away.
hotel
74br hotel
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in Richmond, this motel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Indiana Football Hall of Fame and within 6 mi (10 km) of Veterans Memorial Park and Glenn Miller Park. Earlham College is 6.5 mi (10.4 km) away.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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Warm renovated cottage on quiet fishing lake with large overlook deck. Paddle boat, fishing gear, gas grill and bicycles available.
Bedroom
Excellent
14 reviews
Bedroom
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The SpaceOur home was built in 1923 and has some lovely period character, such as hardwood floors. It also has an updated kitchen and bathrooms, a new furnace, and central air. There is a ton of natural light throughout. We share the house with three indoor cats, all of whom have very different personalities. They are all friendly, but you may or may not see all of them during your stay. Once we prepare the room for a guest, the door is closed to keep the cats out. Guest AccessYou will have a private bedroom and a private bathroom for your stay, though the two are on separate floors. You are welcome to sit in either of the two living rooms (both with gas fireplaces) or in our dining room at the table. We have a spacious backyard with a fire pit, large deck, garden, and pizza oven, plus a small deck on the side of the house. You are also welcome to use those spaces. Interaction with GuestsMaggie and Shana will be present during your stay (occasionally just one of us will be around). We are friendly and conversational people. However, if you would prefer privacy and quiet, we are happy to do that. In addition, we cook a vegan meal almost every night. If you are around at dinner time and would like to eat with us, you are welcome to do so. Maggie is happy to talk with you about the meal we have planned before you decide. The NeighborhoodThe Reeveston neighborhood is one of the old, established neighborhoods in Richmond. On Richmond's popular West side (but still close to the center of town and local higher education institutions), Reeveston is named for the family farm that originally occupied this space. Known for tree-lined streets and large old houses, it's a quiet and family-friendly neighborhood that is perfect for an evening stroll. Less than a mile up the street is a large park with a play structure, skate park, and disc golf course, which abuts a local rose garden. Getting AroundWe are located 3 miles off of exit 156 on I-70. On your way to our house, you'll pass many restaurants where you can grab a bite to eat. We are happy to give recommendations for places to eat and things to do in Richmond and the broader community. Other Things to NoteOur home is equipped with a security system. We will give you a code and explanation of how easy it is to use when you arrive.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
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The Space2 bedroom Town House-Archway Home, one of only 5 left in 'ArchWAY vILLAGE" FROM 1820. 1 queen bed 1 twin bed with 1 roll away bed. Guest AccessAll the house. Pets welcome. Interaction with GuestsPhone call away. The NeighborhoodOne of 5 Archway buildings left in town from 1820's.Antique stores and restaurant in town. 5 minutes from Earlham College. Getting AroundMust have car. Other Things to NoteDirect TV.WFI. Window AC in MBR and Living room. Trendy restaurant 5 minute walk-Little Sheba's . Also Americanna Pizza also 5 -10 minute walk away.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
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Today's modern conveniences combined with historic touches of yesteryear create the perfect setting for guests to escape the busy demands of life. Complimentary home cooked breakfasts feature such dishes as Mile High Pancakes, Wayman's Wonderful Waffles, or Baked Egg Souffle. Our balcony porch and downstairs porch both offer a great spot to relax before you begin to explore our small town! Historic downtown, KitchenAid Experience, Bear's Mill, and Garst Museum are nearby and we're just 3 blocks from the Great Darke County Fairgrounds. Guests who love the outdoors will enjoy the parks & preserves in Darke County. Race Fans to Eldora Speedway are always welcome guests! One of the most popular tradtions with folks from Greenville is The Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe. This popular loose meat sandwich and the famous "gum-wall" must be experienced while you're in town! Our guests comment that staying at Wayman's Corner B&B is like visitng Grandma's house!! Come see for yourself why WCB&B has become the home-away-from-home for many guests returning to Greenville year after year.
Bed & Breakfast
Bed & Breakfast
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Located in Richmond, Indiana, Philip Smith Bed and Breakfast is an 1890 Queen Anne inn specializing in Honeymoons, Girlfriends' Getaways, Family Reunions, Weddings, Receptions, Scrapbook Retreats Church Retreats, and Theater and Symphony Packages. This elegant Queen Anne Free Classic Victorian home located in the East Main Street-Glen Miller Park Historic District of Richmond, right on the Indiana-Ohio border off I-70. Built in 1890 by Philip W. Smith, the 2 1/2 story brick has Romanesque details and features 11 stained glass windows and ornate carved wood. Unwind in the evening with homemade snacks, coffee or tea. Awaken in the morning to a complimentary full breakfast served on fine china and linens in the dining room. All six rooms are individually decorated and include private bathrooms with either a shower or a shower/tub combination, 300+ thread count sheets, cable TV, writing surface , and free high speed wireless internet service.