This is a lovely place to stay. Excellent accommodations and very friendly service. Breakfast was varied and quite good. Highly recommend. Quaint setting, quiet and clean. Will tell my friends, family and co-workers.
Met my sister (AL, I’m in KY) to visit relatives in Fishers. First time at Prairie Guest House. Rooms were lovely and very roomy. Quiet even though most rooms were full. Breakfast was great. Parking area/sidewalk was a bit dark, but we managed that. Had never done a self-check-in before, but actually appreciated the ease of this method. Spoke with the owner - very nice and accommodating. Would definitely stay again.
This is the most laid back and wonderful place for a little family getaway. We have stayed here many times and are never disappointed. The hosts John and Karen are attentive and accommodating to the needs of their guests amd the food is wonderful. It is also right across from Conner Prairie which is a great family adventure as well. I would highly recommend this place to anyone looking to try somewhere new, rather than the same old boring hotel stay.
We have never stayed at a B&B before but wanted to give it a try and since we were planning to visit Conner Prairie, you couldn't get much closer than this place. From what I've heard about B&B's, the hosts check you in and introduce themselves and there is a real homey vibe. We had a passcode to enter the inn and no one in sight to greet us. We had to check in ourselves via a computer. The inn matched up to the pictures we saw online and were quite pleased with how cute our room was....at first glance. As the evening went on, we noticed little things at first that soon turned into deal breakers. There were a couple of light bulbs out in our room. There was a part of the ceiling cut open and we couldn't tell why. Next there was a big spider on one of our beds. After taking care of it, we decided to check out the corners of the room and under the beds. We found many dead bugs under our beds and a spider web. It was as if they hadn't vacuumed properly in awhile. We thought we'd try to look past it, as it is quite an old building and a bug or two are bound to get in. After going out for dinner, we came back to the inn and since there were no shades to pull on the windows, we decided to unvelcro the stays for the curtains to at least try to block out some of the sun that would be shining the next morning. More bugs were hiding in the curtains!!! We think there were 20 or more bugs. It was almost midnight at this point and since there were no owners around, we figured we'd try to sleep and talk to the owners in the morning. When we went into the other house for breakfast the next morning, a man greeted us and asked us what we'd like to drink and suggested which table for us to sit at. He did not introduce himself nor inquire as to how our stay has been nor if there was anything he could do for us. We have no idea if he was just hired help to cook us breakfast or if he was one of the owners. Even though we had prepaid for two nights, we decided all of the issues that we had encountered weren't worth it and left to find other accomodations for our second night in the area. This place was a big disappointment.…
I chose The Prairie Guest House because it was fairly close to the Hootie and the Blowfish concert we were attending. It was the perfect location, quiet, and had cozy rooms. The breakfast was great and the owners were outgoing and accomodating. I would highly recommend The Prairie House Guest House.