Built in 1874, the Second Empire-style mansion rises regally over the town of Vevay in the center of 11 acres of park-like grounds with a spacious patio, gazebo, water features, small vineyard and ample parking. Our unique location, removed from the din of city noise, creates an oasis of serenity and scenic beauty in southeast Indiana.
The Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn is furnished with antique and reproduction furniture, and reproduction period wool carpet from England and Scotland. Each well-appointed room reflects the mansion’s history while offering modern amenities. The mansion is fully air conditioned and smoke free. Our five romantic guest rooms include one 3-room suite and 4 traditional rooms. Each offers a distinct encounter with warm, sophisticated design, private en suite bathrooms, King or Queen beds, luxurious bedding, plush bathrobes, flat screen TVs and complimentary WiFi. Four original copper tubs encased in walnut and a classic claw foot slipper soaking tubs one of the highlights of our rooms.
Unlike traditional Vevay, Indiana hotels, Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn offers more than just a complimentary breakfast. Join us in the mornings for a sumptuous gourmet breakfast in the dining room. Complimentary soft drinks and filtered water also always available on each floor. We also always welcome our guests with fresh baked cookies, so you really feel like you’re walking into your home away from home from the minute you arrive!
We invite you to an unforgettable visit at the Schenck Mansion Bed & Breakfast Inn to relax and rejuvenate! We hope you’ll bring your friends, family or colleagues to our Indiana bed and breakfast and enjoy a group of rooms, or our entire property. We are the ideal Indiana hotel for all types of events, ranging from a girls’ night out, to weddings, corporate retreats and more!
Awards and Accolades
- Listed in the National Register of Historic Places
- Celebrating 15 years of innkeeping excellence
- Featured in numerous media and national publications—Midwest Living, Indianapolis Monthly, WCPO.com
- Member of PAII