Best Bed And Breakfast Near Purdue
It has taken me a long time to write this post. It is like lasagna. It smells incredible, and it is layered with one ingredient after another that when eaten alone the fresh herbs, robust sauces, hot melted cheese, and noodles are intertwined. They are delicious, but when eaten together they achieve perfection. That is how I feel about our stay at Black Blanket Farms. I couldn’t come up with all the words that would adequately retell how unique this portion of our trip was. The individual ingredients: the location, landscape, food, housing, and hostess are amazing, but when you put them all together it is a once in a lifetime event.
The house itself is an updated farmhouse that has been in the family for generations. The lush green grass is spread as far as the eye can see. The blue skies kiss the silos, and the peace, quiet, and serenity fill your soul with love. The property has a pond, cows, tractors, a barn, and beautiful flowers.
When we entered Black Blanket Farms, my kids were intrigued since we have never stayed on a working farm. We were greeted by our hostess and owner Teresa and her pup Tuco. I hadn’t considered staying at bed and breakfast with my family before, and I am not sure why. This Bed And Breakfast near Purdue proved to be one of the best experience we had. There is something to be said for the people of a place. We had the pleasure and honor to learn about Teresa’s history. They say you come as strangers and leave as family and I felt that.
The B=bed and breakfast feature several rooms each with a unique theme that tells the stories of the people who used to reside there. The house features three bedrooms for rent. The breakfast was scrumptious, and the homemade cookie snack was a fan favorite. The best part of our experience had Teresa as our host. She provided everything we needed and more. She even invited the neighbor’s children over to play with my children. The kids still keep up on facetime.
The grounds were beautiful the silence was needed. The location of this bed and breakfast was easy to navigate and even more accessible to get to more attractions from it. The house can be rented out by the room or in its entirety, and I suggest you book soon. I have a feeling that anyone that comes once will immediately rebook. The bed and breakfast location are close to Purdue so if you are in the area for a game or if you want to see a beautiful part of the country.
May I suggest more than just a roof over your head when you visit West Lafayette Indiana you experience Black Blanket Farms?
It is located at 7440 West 125 North, West Lafayette IN 47906. You may call for reservations (765) 479-5202 or visit their facebook or their website. Oh, and tell Teresa I sent you! Hug her from me.
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