While visiting the Amana Colonies, enjoy staying in our historic home built in 1895. Just steps from main street Amana, you can easily walk to all of the attractions - restaurants, theater, general store, wineries, museum, art galleries, antique stores, quilting store, furniture store, woolen mill, meat market, brewery and much more!
Our bed and breakfast, which originally served as a boarding house, is set up as two separate units with spacious common areas in each, which includes a living room, kitchen, dining area and laundry room. Accommodations consist of four bedrooms, two in each unit, each with their own private bathroom. Each bedroom contains a comfortable queen bed. Two guests per room occupancy receive our standard rate of $95.00 per night plus tax. A queen sleeper sofa is also available in each of three of the bedrooms and a twin sleeper sofa is available in the fourth bedroom. The queen sleeper sofas can accommodate up to two additional guests in each of the three bedrooms and the twin sleeper sofa can accommodate one additional guest in the fourth bedroom. Any additional guest adds $35.00 per person per night plus tax to the evening's rate.
Festivals are a great time to visit the Amanas. We require a two day occupancy for festivals. Cancellation of a room requires a three day notice prior to day of arrival. A credit card is required to secure rooms. Upon check-in, cash, check and all major credit cards are accepted. Gift certificates are also available.
Dogs are welcome, up to 30 pounds, at an additional one time charge per stay of $20.00 plus tax. All service dogs are welcome.
Both of our units are located on the main floor with two of the bedrooms and common area located in the historical portion of the home and the other two bedrooms and common area located in our newly built addition which opened in August 2013. Private entrances are available for both units.
You will find us very accommodating! Amenities included in each of the bedrooms are: private bathroom, sofa for relaxing, large flat screen TV, blu-ray/DVD player, cable TV, free WiFi and air conditioning. Amenities included in each of the common areas are: large flat screen TV, blu-ray/DVD player, extensive DVD collection, cable TV, free WiFi, air conditioning, washer and dryer, full refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster and kitchen stocked with dishware, cookware and utensils.
Brochures, maps and guidebooks are available to plan out your stay while in the Amanas. Restaurant menus are also provided to browse through prior to eating at any of the restaurants. A listing of hours to the stores and attractions is also available to help make the most of your time in Amana.
If you are planning a family reunion, gathering, workshop or friend's get-together, we can accommodate your family or group and can sleep up to nineteen guests in both units combined. Smaller groups can use either of the two units. The historical portion of the house can sleep up to nine people and has one additional bathroom as well as the bathrooms in each bedroom. The new addition can sleep up to ten people and has two bathrooms, one in each of the bedrooms.
A full breakfast is included with your stay each morning and is served in one of the two dining rooms. A variety of items are served such as German potato pancakes, roast beef hash, specialty french toast, fruit pancakes, waffles, sausage gravy and biscuits, Amana ham, bacon, sausage, hash brown / egg casseroles, fresh fruit, tea, coffee, pastries and more. We can accommodate special diets, such as gluten-free, lactose intolerant and vegetarian. If possible, we ask that you let us know prior to your stay if you have special food needs.
A Touch of Home Bed & Breakfast offers unique amenities that are not always available to bed and breakfast visitors. Relax in the dining area while visiting with friends and family or enjoy the living room and watch a movie from our extensive DVD collection. We also have a variety of board games and cards if you want to stay in, have some fun and relax.
A kitchen is available in each of the two units for our guests to use if you prefer to cook a meal and eat in. Grab an ice cream bar from the freezer for dessert after eating at one of Amana's fine restaurants. Have a cup of hot tea from our more than twelve flavors of tea we provide. Enjoy some popcorn or a glass of wine while watching a movie on the flat screen TV in the living room.
Enjoy a peaceful afternoon while relaxing on the patio on a beautiful spring, summer or fall day. Cozy up to the gas fire pit on a chilly evening. Cook Amana steaks on the gas grill we provide for our guests, after visiting the famous Amana Meat Shop which is located only a block away.
For the more adventurous, we have bicycles available to explore the town, the bike trail, the Lily Lake and the other Colonies.
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We are conveniently located off main street Amana in the heart of town at 621 45th Ave and nested in the center of the block behind the Amana General Store and The Little Red Wagon. When driving down main street Amana, take a left at the Amana General Store onto 45th Avenue. Take an immediate left off 45th behind the Amana General Store (between the general store and Lace Lodging). You'll see our sign and take a right down our driveway. There is parking next to the house and behind the main house. Enter through the front door to check-in. We live upstairs so if we don't hear you come in, ring the bell and we'll be right there to help you. Welcome to Amana!
“Outstanding visit, room, hostess & host, great food, and conveni”
Left on 05/27/2013 for a stay in May 2013 | PaulReviewed May 27, 2013Stayed May 2013
Our room put clean to shame. Everything was new. Looks like it was remodeled last year. Remodeling is currently taking place on nine new rooms, but don't worry about it, you are not aware of it unless you ask about it.
Food was excellent and the convenience of walking to everything in the main amana was a real bonus. Being located in the middle of a block rather then on a street makes finding it the first time a bit strange, but not being on a "busy" street, (if amana has one) makes it all the quieter and walking more convenient.
Louis' stories of the history of the amana's are informative and entertaining. Jan's down to earth helpfulness is always available when needed, but never interfering.
Service was outstanding, I am just sorry we couldn't stay longer. The blend of the historical exterior (1895) with the convenience of a modern interior is perfect.
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