Inn at Windmere Bed & Breakfast

2077 County Road 40, Auburn, Indiana 46706
Innkeeper(s): Paul & Susie Rexroth
  • Introduction

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    Country hospitality at its finest

    Find solace from the busyness of everyday life with a stay at the Inn at Windmere, a historic farmstead full of country charm and beauty. Set in the middle of forty sprawling acres of corn and bean fields, the Inn is a mere five minutes from a major highway and is within a thirty-mile radius of numerous attractions. It is a perfect retreat for scrapbookers, quilters, and stampers.

    Our mission is to provide our guests with a "home away from home," a peaceful haven that serves as a beacon of light to weary travelers in need of relaxation and refreshment. Our simple but tasty meals have been a hit with every guest to ever come through the Windmere door. Breakfast will be served in the Tea Room or, depending on the season, the Gazebo.

  • Church Retreats

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    The Inn At Windmere would be thrilled to host church retreats. Whether a men or women’s conference, a couples’ retreat or a church staff meeting, you will find the Inn conducive to learning, reflection and growth as well as relaxation.

    Please visit ouir web site for more details and rates.

  • Amenities

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    • Wrap-around porch & Gazebo
    • Wireless internet
    • Exercise equipment
    • Extensive library of books, CDs, and DVDs
    • Games
    • Fireplaces
    • 100-year-old Steinway piano
    • DVD player
    • CD player in each room
    • Complimentary Beverages
    • Full breakfast
    • Swimming pool
  • About Us

    Inn at Windmere Bed & Breakfast innkeepersTHE PEOPLE BEHIND THE NAME: The Inn At Windmere was born as a result of the creative vision of Paul and Susie Rexroth, founders and owners. They have enjoyed the spacious country home since 1993 and found it a wonderful place to raise their eight children. Since turning it into a bed and breakfast, they have been excited to share their home with others.

    When the Rexroth family moved onto the property, the home was just a square 100-year-old renovated farmhouse with a wing (now the Windmere Suite) on the side. Over the years they have added onto the home and enhanced the beauty of the property with the addition of the Great Room, several bedrooms, a beautiful gazebo and flower gardens. Paul and Susie’s dream to open a bed and breakfast on the lovely property came to fruition in the summer of 2007.