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Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast in Middlebury, Indiana

Welcome to the Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast and Northern Indiana's Amish Country. The ideal location for local history, handcrafted furniture, foods, and attractions is here.

Take a walk or bike ride on the Pumpkinvine Nature Trail, steps from the inn. Explore Krider Gardens off the nature trail past Middlebury's downtown.

Learn about the Amish ways at the Menno-Hof, travel the back roads by horse & buggy, and enjoy the Peace of a slower pace.

Enjoy old fashioned porch sitting, fresh brewed iced tea, and homemade cookies while Amish buggies clip-clop by. Head out back to the firepit for some evening conversation, hot cocoa and s'mores. Visit Middlebury's downtown for shopping, eating, or enjoying a local micro-brew.

If you are interested in our suggestions on how to enhance your stay with us, our specials and packages can be found here.

Our gift certificates are always a good decision for the Holidays and can be found here.




Guest Room at Country Victorian in Middlebury, IN

Guest Rooms

Rest, Relax and Refresh at the Country Victorian Bed and Breakfast where comfort, value, and friends come together. All of our guest rooms have been updated with our guests comfort in mind.

Guest Room at Country Victorian in Middlebury, IN

Breakfast

Each day at the Middlebury, Indiana inn, breakfast is a celebration of locally grown, organic (where possible) foods specially prepared from scratch.  Using only the finest mineral or sea salts from S.A.L.T. Sisters as well as our fresh herbs grown in our backyard, we hope to tempt your senses each morning and fill you for a day of adventure in Amish Country!

Guest Room at Country Victorian in Middlebury, IN

Our Area

Middlebury is everyone’s idea of a small town: the neighborhood butcher, the Main Street hardware store, the proud shop owner; all busy serving residents and visitors alike in a thriving Main Street historic district. Amish and “English” come to Middlebury to do business and trade; visitors stop in to be part of the action for a while.