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At Home in the Woods Bed and Breakfast

Hospitality is defined as the friendly and generous reception and entertainment of guests, visitors, or strangers. At Home in the Woods Bed and Breakfast is an excellent example of hospitality.

Owner’s Scott and Victoria want their guests to be comfortable, relax, and enjoy their home as if it were their own.

Lovers of travel and nature, Scott and Victoria opened the national park themed bed and breakfast in 2008.

The home, nestled in the woods, is surrounded by nature and wildlife.  Guests can stroll the trails, observe animals at play, watch birds feed, or, if preferred, spend the day around the pool and hot tub.

Each morning visitors can expect a gourmet breakfast including fresh baked breads, fresh fruits, berries, and homemade cobblers, depending on the season.  Victoria has over 20 year’s culinary experience and can accommodate any dietary restriction.

The Phillips have hosted guests from all over the world including, England, Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Uganda, Cape Town South Africa, and Switzerland.

“I was not expecting to have people from all over the world inside my home, it’s almost surreal”

— Scott, Co-Owner

It’s easy to see that Scott and Victoria love what they do and experience many rewards for their hospitality including making lasting connections with new friends.  I can attest to this as my family and I had the privilege of hosting 3 visitors from New York whom we’d never met, this past December.  They entered our home as strangers and left as friends.

If you’re visiting the Indiana Dunes area and want to experience a different stay while being spoiled in an intimate cozy setting, give At Home in the Woods Bed and Breakfast a try.

•    Private Baths
•    Outdoor Hot Tub
•    Swimming Pool
•    Fireplace in each Room
•    Spa Robes/Slippers
•    Hairdryer, lotions, Bath Salts
•    DVD Player and DVD Library
•    WIFI
•    Gift Shop





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