Ratings based on 93 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.5 Room comfort
4.4 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby A verified travelerfrom Indianapolis
Friendly, romantic, cozy, nook amid the city.Posted Dec 10, 2014
The staff was incredibly nice, the free breakfast was plentiful in the morning, and the whole atmosphere of the place was cozy. Letters and memoirs from previous guests relaying their stories (often romantic) were everywhere through the inn. Perfect for couples or families!
by A verified travelerfrom Columbus, OH
Overall StayPosted Dec 10, 2014
Pros: The characteristic charm of the Inn which at one time had been a home.
Cons: Another furnace to heat the Inn and new pipes to even out the water pressure throughout.
Location: A little further from downtown than what we were told but a 5 minute cab ride was just fine.
The Inn was unique and older, but the hot water and water pressure throughout was not pleasant. While taking a shower, there was very little water pressure and at one point none at all. The water temperature kept going from hot to cold throughout the shower. Also, being 32 degrees outside, there was only one furnace to heat the entire Inn and one small heater on wheels to help heat the loft where we roomed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Cute place! Friendly.Posted Nov 3, 2014
At check in I was not told internet password. Hot breakfast food was microwaved & this wasn't done long enough. Cold food options were plentiful & varied and good. Bed spread cover was gross and in need of washing.
for Familiesby Kayla
Posted Oct 30, 2014 on Hotels.com
for Getaway With Friendsby Seanfrom Toronto
Wonderful travel spot in IndianapolisPosted Oct 22, 2014 on Hotels.com
Traveled to see a Colts game, B&B was close (10-15 min walk) to downtown. Home was beautiful, old style architecture and interior design. Neighbourhood was comfortable and friendly, lodging was secure and clean. Great trip
for Familiesby Angiefrom Bloomington, IN
Wonderful little B&BPosted Oct 9, 2014 on Hotels.com
I found this gem on Hotels.com because all the downtown hotels were too pricey on short notice. We absolutely loved the Stone Soup Inn. The room was beautiful and cozy as was the rest of the Inn. We played games in the shared upstairs room and greatly enjoyed our breakfast. The Craftsman room was truly lovely and comfortable. This will be our new regular place to stay in Indy.
by A verified travelerfrom Cleveland, OH
Do not waste your money!! Uncomfortable & dirtyPosted Oct 4, 2014
The house itself looks really nice from the outside but it was just that someone else's house. It was extremely uncomfortable we felt like unwanted house guests the entire stay. The staff was one creepy man who made sure to mention that it was his house every time we came into contact with him. The room was not clean and the jacuzzi tub (that we payed $50 extra per night for) was a bath tub with Luke warm water that took 30 min to fill up. Our room was not clean at all the furniture and blankets were stained. There were no curtains or blinds on one of the windows everything seemed like it hadn't been repaired, cleaned or updated in about 20 yrs. We saw a mouse or mice running under the cabinets on 2 separate occasions (probably eating the crumbs that have been there for the past decade). The worst part was that we booked through expedia and paid in advance so we either had to stay or loose $300. Do yourself a favor and stay in a reputable hotel.
by A verified traveler
nice home,Posted Sep 28, 2014
Pros: the home itself was beautiful.....our room was the 'cellar room' so it wasn't as nice.
it was a very nice inn, but the innkeeper left a lot to be desired. The breakfast didn't start until 8 am & most of the guests had to be somewhere by 8am.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Battle Creek, MI
Great place to stay- beautiful locationPosted Sep 22, 2014
Pros: Location and hopmey feel
Location: I loved the location of the Inn, very close to downtown and Massachusetts Ave, which offers a plethora of bars, restaraunts and coffee shops.
I had a wonderful experience at the Stone Soup Inn. I was greeted by the inn keeper, who was friendly enough. He showed me to my very cozy room, the NE Loft. It was very homey and comfortable. The room was extremely quiet despite the house being full and the bed slept great. Breakfast in the morning (continental since I was there during the week) was quite good and had a large variety of breads, fruit, boiled eggs and yogurt. I drove (because it was raining) to the North District and watched Monday Night football at Catham Tap. It was very welcoming and a fun atmosphere. The bartender was very helpful with ordering suggestions and friendly. I also highly recommend Maxine's Chicken and Waffles for breakfast/brunch/lunch. This food melts in your mouth and makes you feel like you are back in your grandmother's kitchen. Very friendly, helpful staff!
Recommendedby Marcusfrom Ohio
Very nicePosted Sep 3, 2014 on Hotels.com
The place was great, the location also great. The breakfast was OUTSTANDING! Will come back...