Country Victorian Inn
This Victorian home was built in 1894 for the J.F. Nusbaum family and contains all the original woodwork throughout the home while the décor has been recently updated. The home’s architect was also contributed to the building of the Columbian Exhibition building for the 1893 Chicago World’s Fair. J.F. Nusbaum was town pharmacist and a prominent member of the community. He also played a part in starting the Middlebury Library and was the town marshal.
The area is known for Amish and Mennonite communities nearby. Visitors can tour local attractions like the Menno-Hof Visitors Center, a Mennonite community, a local cheese factory, and the Bristol Opera House.