My husband and I chose Thelma's B&B as home base for a two day visit to Indiana. The B&B was Thelma's home from the time of her marriage in 1923 to her death in 2000. Her family has beautifully restored the home, added a more private room in the back (the Cottage), and maintained the acreage around the home as a place for visitors to relax and explore.
We chose the Cottage - which offered us great privacy. The room is simple, and best suited to a short stay - there are hooks on the wall for hanging clothes, and there is no dresser to unpack your luggage - but the furnishings are attractive an comfortable. We were there for the first snowstorm of the season, and therefore had to use the in-room heater, but grew accustomed to the sound, and slept quite comfortably.
We really enjoyed meeting our host and other members of Thelma's family, and we made good use of their recommendations for places to eat. We particularly enjoyed our meals at the brightly decorated Little Mexico, where we had wonderful shrimp and chicken mole.
We would definitely return there.