Doctor’s Inn Bed and Breakfast, in West College Corner, IN is located at the Indiana/Ohio border.

Doctor's Inn Bed and Breakfast

We had a beautiful weekend stay at the historic Doctor’s Inn near Oxford, Ohio.  It happened we were scheduled to judge a steak competition as well as a barbeque competition in Liberty Indiana at the Smoke on the Water Festival and needed a place to stay.

Doctor's Inn Bed and Breakfast

Sometimes when you are in smaller communities, finding good lodging can be challenging.  The Doctor’s Inn met our needs with a delightful stay.

Jay and Charlotte, the owners, were kind and welcoming with tips on what to do and where to eat.  The inn was an absolutely charming old Victorian home.

Doctor's Inn Bed and Breakfast

The Doctor’s Inn was built in 1871 for a local physician.  You can see the original sign here.  Take a look at those office hours!  It is because the doctor made house calls in between his times at the office.

Upstair's Hallway at the Doctor's Inn

The Inn was remodeled in 2017.  Jay and Charlotte have owned it since 2021.  There are 5 guest rooms with private baths.  Having a private bath is a must for us.  Do note that four of the guest rooms are up a steep set of stairs.  There is one guest room on the main floor, so if stairs are a challenge, be sure to discuss this with Jay and Charlotte.

Nautical Room

Nautical Room at the Doctor's Inn

Nautical Room

We stayed upstairs in the Nautical room and it was a spacious room with queen sized bed and large bathroom with a shower.  Let us say, we’re not kidding when we tell you the sheets were the softest sheets we’d ever slept on.  The towels were nice and fluffy and the shower water was “hot”.  A must for us.  Nothing can be more disappointing than a lukewarm shower but this didn’t disappoint.

Dining Room at the Doctor's Inn

Morning Breakfast

Breakfast was delicious with several homemade goodies such as breakfast casserole, muffins and great coffee.  Fresh fruit and yogurt were also available.

Front Porch

Plenty of seating on the porch

Sunlight abounds on the front porch

Our favorite place to spend time was the enclosed front porch.  We would have our morning coffee here as well as play games of cribbage in the evening.

Living Room at the Doctor's Inn

The living room was stocked with reading material although we didn’t have the time to enjoy this room of the house.

We give this bed and breakfast a 10/10 and have plans to return here for next year’s barbeque competition.

If you are in the area and needing a place to stay, this is definitely it.

Be sure to visit the Doctor’s Inn website for pricing and more information.

Happy Living Phase 2 travels everyone.  Make it a great day!

Mike and Nancy