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This summer we were so fortunate to have Yummy and Oh I Wish visit us! The hot doggers were so wonderful.
Keep your eye out for them as they travel around the county spreading smiles!
We are always so happy to welcome back our friends coming to compete in America’s Youth on Parade. Good Luck this year Krissy!!!
5 years ago today, we bought The Oliver Inn Bed and Breakfast! Tom and I sold most of what we had, made a life change, and packed up our things and moved here to South Bend. We love being Innkeepers! Living in downtown South Bend is great. Fabulous dining and entertainment all within walking distance. Great museums and other family fun places, like Coveleski Stadium and the East Race!
If you get the chance to come and stay with us, we would welcome the opportunity to show you some hospitality!
We are glad we live in this historic neighborhood!
This weekend is busy here in town! Come and cheer on the runners in the Sunburst Marathon!
Maybe you are a Notre Dame Graduate come back for reunion weekend?
Welcome all visitors to town this weekend, we are glad you are here!
Coming to South Bend for this great event! You can get $25.00 off of our regular room rate! We are right on the bike trail!
It is this Sunday from 630am-1100am. It is a 30 mile route and you can find out more information at
Tom and I went to Austin Texas this week to a Professional Innkeeping conference. It was so informative. We got to learn what is new and upcoming in the industry. As well as meet and learn from each other as innkeepers. We are glad to be going home, to be with our guests and serve them even better!!!
Would you use the words “calm” and “relaxing” to describe your typical breakfast? Probably not. We wake up and hit the snooze button, then race around trying to get everyone in the house out the door on time for work or school, and our day starts with a flourish.
Here at The Oliver Inn one of our goals is to help our guests escape the normal morning frenzy. Our dining room table is set with china and lace and beautiful silver candelabras. The grand piano in the library plays soothing music while guests enjoy a gourmet breakfast. In the winter months, there’s a fire going. And the final touch—no clocks in the dining room.
We would love to welcome you to our morning oasis sometime. But if you can’t come to the Inn, why not recreate your own version of a quiet breakast? Turn on soothing music—maybe the radio, a favorite CD, or your iPod. Light some candles and build in a little extra time. It could make all the difference in the rest of your day!