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Four things you want to know about the Amish but were afraid to ask

Posted on Friday, March 8th, 2019 in Amish, Things to do in Elkhart County

Four things you want to know about the Amish but were afraid to ask

Do you wonder about the Amish? They’re our friends, neighbors and – sometimes – our business partners. So when you visit Elkhart County, we can help you figure out what’s going on and keep you from doing (or saying) something you’ll regret.   I just got to Elkhart County. Where can I see the Amish? … Continued

Scottish Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2019 in Amish Recipes, Food & Drink, Recipes

Scottish Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Enjoy some of our favorite recipes from our Amish Country Bed & Breakfast Group Innkeeper.   Scottish Bed & Breakfast Luxurious pampering at its best! Features indoor heated pool, four guest suites with fireplaces, whirlpool, heart-shaped tub, private baths, king/queen beds, flat-screen TV/DVD. Spacious with beautiful views of the countryside. Trip Advisor® Award of Excellence … Continued

McKenzie House Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Posted on Monday, January 7th, 2019 in Amish Recipes, Recipes

McKenzie House Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Enjoy some of our favorite recipes from our Amish Country Bed & Breakfast Group Innkeepers in Elkhart County, Indiana.   McKenzie House Bed & Breakfast Guests continue to say “Amish Country’s Most Outstanding Experience.” Book today – Enjoy your next getaway with us. Distinguished TripAdvisor® “Award of Excellence” winner – six straight years. Hosts: Sherry … Continued

Three important tips for sharing the road with Amish buggies in Elkhart County

Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 in Amish, Cities & Towns

Three important tips for sharing the road with Amish buggies in Elkhart County

Three important tips for sharing the road with Amish buggies in Elkhart County: 1) Take care when driving – buggies travel well under the speed limit 2) Keep a sharp eye out for buggies as you crest hills and round corners 3) Flashing headlights and car horns can startle buggy horses. More information about the … Continued

Hand-made isn’t new at these Amish artisan shops

Posted on Friday, December 7th, 2018 in Amish, Shopping

Hand-made isn’t new at these Amish artisan shops

Make your Christmas gift-giving even more special with hand-made foods, home furnishings, and fashions. These Amish artisans and craftsmen have you covered.   Fill the belly Step inside the Dutch Country Market, 11401 C.R. 16, Middlebury, and meet Norm and Katie Lehman. Their store is stocked with old-fashioned foods either made by the Lehmans or … Continued

Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Posted on Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 in Amish Recipes, Recipes

Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast Recipes

Enjoy some of our favorite recipes from our Amish Country Bed & Breakfast Group Innkeepers in Elkhart County, Indiana.   Country Victorian Bed & Breakfast Seasoned travelers recommend this lovingly restored 1894 Queen Anne Victorian home, just steps from Middlebury’s charming downtown. Hosts: Lori & Arnie Schumacher 435 South Main Street, Middlebury, IN 46540 574.825.2568 … Continued

Patchwork Quilt County Inn Recipes

Posted on Monday, November 5th, 2018 in Amish Recipes, Recipes

Patchwork Quilt County Inn Recipes

Enjoy some of our favorite recipes from our Amish Country Bed & Breakfast Group Innkeepers in Elkhart County, Indiana.   Patchwork Quilt Inn Situated in the quiet countryside with a picturesque view sits this quaint inn featuring nine guest rooms, each with a private bath. Hosts: Kristen & Jess Nevill 11748 County Road 2 Middlebury, … Continued

Amazing Sights in Amish Country

Posted on Monday, August 6th, 2018 in Amish

Amazing Sights in Amish Country

It’s like visiting another world when you venture into Amish Country on the Heritage Trail. On your back-roads adventure, you might see horse-drawn buggies, families riding bicycles, the daily laundry hanging from clotheslines, or farmers working the fields. It’s rural America perfect for some memorable snapshots (just remember to respect the rules for photographing Amish … Continued

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