South Bend, Indiana is preparing to begin the kickoff of its 150th birthday celebration on Memorial Day weekend in May. 2015 marks the city's sesquicentennial anniversary of its incorporation. And the birthday celebration that weekend is only the beginning of year long events dedicated to celebrating the city's past, present, and future. Stay with Scottish B&B anytime. We're just down the road from South Bend in Bremen, Indiana.
The Wakarusa Maple Syrup Festival is in its 46th year in Wakarusa, IN, and draws in large crowds, both locals and visitors from other states. Musicians, food vendors, and entertainers gather for 3 days at the end of April to have a wholesome, good time.
This image is of the Theodore Hesburgh Library, renamed in 1987 after the former President of the University of Notre Dame and the Priest of the Congregation of Holy Cross. He died February 26, 2015 at the Holy Cross House.
Less than an hour from the Scottish Bed & Breakfast is the Riegsecker Marketplace in Shipsewana. Part of that marketplace is the Blue Gate Restaurant & Bakery. Come lodge with us and know that you're nearby to some excellent food and fun.
Elkhart Historic Lerner Theater, recently restored in 2011, has an excellent history of wonderful shows. It is only an hour from Scottish B&B. Enjoy a stay with us while you enjoy some remarkable performances as the gorgeous and classic Lerner Theatre.
Enjoy a northern Indiana, one-horse, open sleigh ride through beautiful scenery, and one of our cozy rooms to ward off that winter chill. It's the perfect reconciliation of winter's natural charm and the unmistakable relief of indoor warmth and comfort.
For New Year's Eve, come enjoy the "New Year’s Eve Gala at Amish Acres", including delicious dinner and a showing of "Shrek - The Musical". Stay at Scottish B&B afterword and enjoy a New Year's Eve special.