Step back into a simpler time when you stay at the Kimmell House Inn in Kimmell, Indiana.
Situated on twelve acres in the country and nestled against a canopy of maples, the stately inn and restaurant evoke charm and comfort. Built in 1876 along historic Lincoln Highway, the solid brick Victorian is ideal for a romantic getaway or retreat.
Our guests can enjoy a gentle swing on the front porch, a leisurely stroll through the garden, or a laid back afternoon in the gazebo. In the cooler months, cozy up to the fireplace with a good book and hot cocoa.
Our in-house restaurant and coffee bar is open to the public. We are minutes from first class dining and entertainment. World famous Shipshewana Flea Market and Lake Wawasee are just a short drive away.
The Kimmell House Inn is located in Noble County which is home to two beautiful state parks. When you visit Northeast Indiana you are sure to find a unique experience and a warm welcome at the Kimmell House Inn.
Dave is a Noble County native and serves as the Tourism Asset Coordinator for the Noble County Convention and Visitor Bureau.