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Kids' Room at the Queen & I Bed & Breakfast

Kids' Room

This upstairs large room has two 3/4 beds and shares a bathroom with the Queen’s Chamber. The 3/4 antique beds are not quite a full size bed but bigger than a twin at 45 inches wide and only 6 foot long. Both beds have a memory foam mattress. A couple could share a bed, but be mindful of their smaller size. This room has windows facing south and west. The bathroom is down the hall and has a claw foot tub and a claw foot shower to relax and renew. Please note that the Queen's Chamber will not be rented, unless by you, during your stay so you will have a private bath.


Renting both the Queen's Chamber and Kids' Room by the same group can be done for a discounted rate. 


Breakfast can be prepared for an additional cost per person depending on the hosts' schedule. Please inquire.

Guest Access

In addition to the bedroom, within the house guests will have access to the dining room, and TV room. Kitchen use is limited to fridge and microwave access. Outside the grounds are available for use. Laundry is available upon request.

Interaction with Guests

We will interact with the guests as much as time allows and you desire. We love to chat about our home and adventures and hope to hear about yours.

The Neighborhood

Our rural setting is surrounded by woods, prairie grass and planted fields. There are no houses on our side of the road with smaller homes on the opposite side of State Road 32.

Getting Around

The Queen & I is a short 45 minute drive to Indianapolis Airport, 7 minute drive to Wabash College, 35 minutes from Turkey Run State Park and 45 minutes from Purdue University.

Other Things to Note

This home is a loving work in process. After purchasing the home in October 2014, there always seems to be something more to do, another project to tackle. We will not plan to have projects going in the areas where you will be. We are currently planning our garden and preparing to expand our flock of chickens.

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