Sunday, April 10, 2011

A gem in Valparaiso: The Inn at Aberdeen


A 19th century farmhouse in Valparaiso, Indiana serves as a quaint getaway location for those coming from near and far. The Inn at Aberdeen was converted in 1995 to a lovely 11-room bed and breakfast with a Scottish flair.


We stayed in the Bannokburn Suite with a king bed, jacuzzi, fireplace and balcony. It was cozy and relaxing. Breakfast began with a blueberry yogurt parfait and several sweet breads, followed by a delicious omelet covered in hollandaise sauce and accompanied with sausage and potatoes.
Loaded with charm and sophisticated and nostalgic decor, it's a soothing place to spend a day or plan an extended visit. You'll find inviting sitting areas inside and and a paved walking path outside that leads to a gazebo where you can enjoy some quiet moments. For more information on the inn, visit www.innataberdeen.com.

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