No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Farmstead Inn Shipshewana
Travel Blogs from Shipshewana
... west into Ohio and Indiana, where we are now. We're in Shipshewana, an ironic Indian name given the fact that it had been only ten years before the Amish moved in fleeing persecution in the east, that the Indians moved west, chased from their country.
... married, they built a house over the courtyard for Grandpa and his wife.
Because there was going to be a festival from tomorrow for a week, there were no buggy rides, which is a shame, as I quite fancied one.
After the look through the house, we then went outside. Paul wandered off to look at the old farm implements, but that didn't turn me on, so I took a stroll through part of the gardens. I was fascinated to see a ...
Though this entry is way past overdue, I must admit that the past two weeks have literally been a whirlwind...
Starting with a crazy, fun sleepover at the center on July 12th to say good bye to the kids as I prepared for surprising my parents back in the U.S.
Followed by a potentially threatening and terrorizing typhoon sweeping through the Philippines on July 14-16th
Leading to consequential flight cancellations and rerouting to Manila ...
... engines, passenger cars, including a few cabooses, that you can go into. It's really impressive when you stand next to one of these giants and can appreciate the immense size and mass of the engines.
The fact that the museum is directly behind the current Elkhart Station, where trains pulled in and out do during our visit, enhanced our take on the history ...
... with a good portion of the trip to Elkhart
But, you take the good, you take the bad, you take them both and there you have, the facts of life......oh, sorry.
The area now known as Elkhart was mainly inhabited by the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi Indian tribes. In 1829, the Village of Pulaski was established, consisting of ...