Cabin fever? You aren’t alone. During this time of social isolation and uncertainty, many feel restless, stressed, and bored. With festivals, markets and other summertime activities canceled, Summer 2020 is hard to enjoy. Some people choose to beat the monotony of their homes by staying in a local bed and breakfast, like Arbor Hill Inn in La Porte, Indiana. If you are planning a local getaway, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has provided some precautions to take while traveling
Do you remember climbing trees? Feel that sense of childhood wonder in our whimsical hideaway, Maple City Treetop Room at Arbor Hill Inn. This room allows you to comfortably gaze out into the trees and the Inn’s grounds. In fact, you can peer out of the windows right from the queen-sized bed! Later, make use of the writing desk or TV. Take a luxurious private bath and relax in the uniquely shaped room with angled slope ceilings to knee height.
Whirlpool-check! Fireplace-check! Find your woodsy, whimsical retreat in the Northwoods room at Arbor Hill Inn. When you book a stay in the Northwoods, you will get an upscale lodge experience. With a cozy ambiance of pine cones and bears, Northwoods is the place to relax and rejuvenate.
How will you write your honeymoon story? A honeymoon is not a typical vacation…it is the beginning of an adventure! A wonderful start to any honeymoon story begins with a Bed & Breakfast. A Bed & Breakfast is the perfect beginning to a lifetime of happy memories.
The Golden Arbor room at Arbor Hill Inn is a nod to the beauty and serenity of the past. The room feels bright and airy with cream, green, and rosy-pink accents. There are lovely views from the romantic half-moon window. When you peek outside, you get a bird’s eye view of our gorgeous property at Arbor Hill Inn.
When you stay at Arbor Hill Inn Bed and Breakfast, there is always something to do. You and your family can make lifelong memories in La Porte Indiana and its surrounding towns and cities. In Northwest Indiana, you get the best of all worlds: nature, city, small towns, lakes, and cities. People of all ages can find something they enjoy! We complied a short list of things to do specifically in the city of La Porte. Of course, there is much more! This list will get your thoughts started on how to make your stay at Arbor Hill Inn perfect.
Happy Anniversary! When is the last time you celebrated your special day in a fun, relaxing, romantic place? We’d like to invite you to celebrate your anniversary with us at Arbor Hill Inn.
Why have a small, romantic wedding? There are plenty of reasons to say 'I do' next to your closest family and friends. Small weddings are peaceful because it is less about wedding production and more about you! Why not have your wedding at a quaint, beautiful bed and breakfast, like Arbor Hill Inn?
Arbor Hill Inn is a special piece of American history. It has interesting, beautiful facts that paint a picture of our Northwest Indiana culture in the early 1900s. Below are some facts about Arbor Hill Inn and its first owners, Mary Clementine Baxley and William Adrian Jones.
Staying in Uncle Karl’s vintage suite is like visiting a different era. This room features breathtaking Victorian embellishments. In addition, the rich, pink floral accents and the cool teal color scheme stimulates a feeling of beauty and relaxation.
In search of home in Northwest Indiana? Come enjoy the rich elegance of the Victory Garden Suite of Arbor Hill Inn. This room accommodates up to 4 people and emits a sense of timeless sophistication.
Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sir Walter Scott followed his family’s tradition and went into law; his heart, however, was with history and literature. He became an instant bestseller with historical narrative poems like “The Lay of the Last Minstrel”...
The historic Greek Revival structure was built in 1910 by William A. Jones, formerly of Chicago, as his residence. The Inn boasts many excellent examples of turn-of-the-century design. W.A. Jones was an ardent sportsman and student of firearms, accumulating nearly 1000 pieces. Assessed to be one of the top 3 collections in the world, it is now displayed in the LaPorte County Museum through his donation.The WA Jones Retreat suite which was originally used to house a historic firearms collection with Teddy Roosevelt’s trophy room as his inspiration.