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About our Indiana Amish Country Inn

The Georgian style Victorian-era home and an adjacent medical clinic were built in 1880 by Dr. Hunn when the streets were still dirt and before Shipshewana was incorporated in 1889. The first 5 doctors, Dr. Hunn, Dr. Schrock, Dr. Hostetler, Dr. Norris, and Dr. Link, of Shipshewana, lived in the home and practiced in the adjacent medical clinic between 1880-1922.

In 1922 the property was acquired by Edward and Norma Wolfe.  Ed was the founder and owner of Wolfe Grain and an Indiana State Senator.  In 1986 the Mishler’s purchased the property and created the Morton Street Bed & Breakfast and the Bread Box.  In the year 2000, the property was purchased by the Scherger family who has continued the business for 20 years.

In early 2019, David and Myra Traylor purchased the Morton Street Bed and Breakfast. David comes from a financial background having served as the Chief Financial Officer of both public and private companies.  After 30 years in the business world, the decision was made to leave and pursue other interests. Myra raised 2 sons and worked to help provide their boys with private Christian education. Myra has been involved in buying and selling antiques and developing her decorating style which can now be seen in their store, the Ole Tin Rooster, in Shipshewana.

David and Myra moved to the area because of the people, atmosphere, and the spiritual focus of the area.  In 2016 the Traylor’s began their first venture in Shipshewana by purchasing the storefront at 165 N Harrison.  This storefront became the vision that Myra had always dreamed of creating.  The Ole Tin Rooster featuring Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines as well as found and complementary products. 

The furnishings, accessories, and toiletries used at the INN include products that can be purchased through their retail store.

Since purchasing the INn the Traylor’s have replaced all of the mattresses, bedding, covers, and towels.  Added new furnishings and a coffee/tea bar with a commercial Keurig brewer.  Additional improvements and changes are forthcoming.