Why Haus Edelweiss ?
listen to the sound of your heartbeat
life's special moments
let two become one
create memories that last a lifetime!
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Welcome to Haus Edelweiss Bed & Breakfast
OUR MISSION: A total guest experience that exceeds your expectations from the time of your booking to the time of your departure. Congratulations! You have found a special place.
Whether for pleasure or business ... romantic retreat or strategic retreat ... we invite you to create memories or ideas at Haus Edelweiss.
Our Home is in a quiet country setting two miles NE of Vincennes, off Highway 67, on 20 secluded acres with 2 ponds for fishing, and boating,and sun bathing. The house itself is over 6,000 square feet. Upstairs is a separate apartment with two bedrooms, kitchen, TV room, large enclosed summer porch, and large bath. Downstairs is one guest bedroom with twin beds. Guests may use the downstairs sunrooms, dining room, living room, library, and large TV room. An enclosed hot tub is also available. We offer a very large breakfast and try to cater to the likes of guests. We are dog friendly and have several well-behaved dogs on the farm. We allow guests to pick apples and garden vegetables. We also have a list of events in Vincennes including plays, concerts, Old Settler Days, Germanfest, Civil War Days, Red Skelton Gala events, wine tours, etc. Vincennes University has several cultural events weekly. There is much to see in the oldest city in Indiana (275 year's old): the Old Cathedral, the William Henry Harrison Territorial mansion, the Bishop Simon Brute library (larger than the Library of Congress until recently), the Indiana Military Museum, the oldest newspaper office in the Northwest Territory, Jefferson Acadamy (the first college (1801) founded by Governor Harrison and led by Father Rivet as Headmaster), Ft. Knox, the George Rogers Clark Memorial in honor of his defeat of the British in 1779, the Indiana Territorial Capitol Building, the Old French Home, etc. .