After a full day exploring a city, it’s nice to relax in a country setting. That’s what we experienced during our stay in Richmond, Indiana. Following our last stop of the day, we headed to the edge of Richmond. We turned off the highway onto the narrow gravel lane that led us to the wooded surroundings of the Seldom Scene Meadow Bed and Breakfast.
Our room at Seldom Scene Meadow B&B
Our host, Leighanne Hahn, greeted us when we arrived. She showed us the common areas before she took us up to our room.
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We stayed in the spacious Western Room on the second floor. As the name implies, the room’s decor reflects western style, with a chic flair. The room includes a king-size bed plus a daybed, small table, desk, and plenty of closet space. The room a shares a bath, but since no one was staying in the room that shares it during our visit, we had the bath to ourselves.
Breakfast at Seldom Scene Meadow Bed & Breakfast
We enjoyed a continental breakfast, with a nice assortment of locally-grown berries, breads from the local Amish market, yogurt, hard-boiled eggs, bacon, yogurt, and more. The breakfast was plenty to start off the day without overdoing it.
Seldom Scene Meadow B&B sustainable living practices
Leighanne, a water quality specialist by trade, has added solar electric and passive solar hot water systems to the bed and breakfast. The solar energy systems have helped to reduce the B&B’s use of power from the grid.
If you stay at the Seldom Scene Meadow Bed and Breakfast
The Seldom Scene Meadow Bed and Breakfast is located at 379 Tingler Road in Richmond, Indiana, off of I-70 Exit 151. For further details, including guest services information, check the website. Check rates here.
Disclosures: Visit Richmond Indiana hosted our visit to the area. Our stay at the Seldom Scene Meadow Bed & Breakfast was complimentary. However, any opinions expressed in this article are my own.
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