So, maybe pulling in the ol’ RV (It’s a good-lookin’ vehicle, ain’t it?!) or pitching a tent isn’t your style. That’s not a problem, because our delightful bed-and-breakfasts give you easy access to all that Pulaski County has to offer â€” plus solid walls, a bed, and food prepared by someone else!
Meadow Springs Manor is a charming two-story 1904 home recently converted into a delightful bed-and-breakfast a few miles south of Francesville, not far from Jasper-Pulaski Fish & Wildlife Area and its prime sandhill-crane viewing areas. Meadow Springs is only about a half-hour away from the Indiana Beach amusement park to the southeast and Fair Oaks Farms with its dairies, tours, and Pig Adventure, to the northwest. The six-acre property is also home to brand-new banquet facilities and a lovely garden for outside ceremonies.
The Tortuga Inn is a funky, artistic bed-and-breakfast northeast of Winamac along the Tippecanoe River, and just a few short miles from the state park, Bass Lake, Culver and Lake Maxincukee, and Winamac’s Panhandle Pathway. Hunters are welcome at Tortuga, which isn’t far at all from the Winamac Fish & Wildlife Area. Offering rooms with private baths, dorm-style rooms for larger groups, and primitive cabins along the river, Tortuga provides accommodation options for all tastes and budgets â€” plus breakfast, easy access to every simple reminder to breathe in, and the ability to meet your special dietary request. Guests can enjoy a bit of the farm life, too: the Tortuga Inn is home to sheep whose wool can be felt, goats that can be petted and fed, and chickens that’ll let you provide their dinner. Plus, there’s wi-fi, just in case you really need to check your email or to send off that brief!