I sincerely love bed and breakfasts. My mom introduced us to the Gray Goose Inn in Chesterton when we were teens after she'd visited with her good friend, Nola. We made a few family trips there and since we've been grown and out of the house, we've all been back at least once. It's been a couple years, but the most recent trip was a sister's weekend and it was a blast. We stayed on a Sunday night and were the only guests, so we made ourselves at home, playing games, making fondue, drinking wine and chatting before making our way to our room for some movies. The next day before we headed off for our spa visit to get massages, manicures and pedicures, we enjoyed a wonderful breakfast. Here's some of it. :)
This is the view out the dining room window. It's lovely with a blanket of snow on the ground.
The library is cozy and inviting.
They don't call it the Gray Goose for nothing. You'll encounter plenty of geese on the visit as a pond sits next to the inn.
The porch is a bright, sunny gathering place.