About Brick Street Inn

A Margaret Mulligan Watercolor of the Brick Street InnFor over 30 years, The Brick Street Inn has provided guests with warm Hoosier hospitality.  While retaining its historical character, what began as a simple frame house built in 1865 has recently been completely renovated and dramatically expanded to create the thoroughly modern comfort and convenience our guests enjoy today.  Light, airy, fresh and warm décor creates an ambience of a casual elegance throughout the Inn. Each guest room is uniquely furnished with just the right mix of antiques and newer distinctive wood furnishings, complemented by rich colors and beautiful custom fabrics to enhance our guest’s experience.

Our guests enjoy private en-suite baths, luxurious 100% cotton linens, bedding and robes, complimentary bottled water, Walker’s Shortbread, Butler’s Pantry and a delicious full hot breakfast served each morning in restaurant. Complimentary Wi-Fi is also available throughout the Inn. Guest rooms are complete with personal care amenities by William Roam, blow dryers, makeup mirrors upon request, skirt hangers, irons and ironing boards, alarm clock telephones with free local calls, Flat Panel televisions with DVD players and DIRECTV and individually controlled thermostats. Our king rooms have tub/shower combos and our queen bedded rooms have showers, we have one roll-in shower with a seat for handicapped individuals that has dual shower sprays, one on a hose.

Guests can relax in the William Zion Library, our guest lounge and business center or on the Terrace along Main Street or indulge in off-site spa services within walking distance of the Inn. It has been said that life’s most inspiring moments spring from the serendipitous experience of spirit and place as one, in the moment.  We cordially invite you to experience it for yourself.

The Inn is located within walking distance to Lion’s Park and Lincoln Park and the numerous pathways for walking or running and cycling, including the Rail Trial. A Park-It Bike Rack is located at the Rear Registration Entrance of the Inn for those who bike to us.

Business travelers will appreciate the complimentary business center located in the William Zion Library which includes a desk and task chair, computer, printer, fax, copier (color or b & w) Wi-Fi. Daily Indianapolis Star and USA Today newspapers are located in the Library. A great place to sit by the fireplace and catch up on email or read your favorite book.

Chautauqua Room, a 750 sq. ft. gathering room suitable for meetings, retreats or social events is located on the first floor. Catering is provided by Patrick’s Kitchen & Drinks, a full-service casual dining restaurant and bar operated within the Inn.  The Chautauqua Room and William Zion Library combined offer executive meeting space that is custom designed for board and committee meetings or company retreats up to 42, as well as, catered social events up to 48 persons and small weddings and receptions up to 60 people. The very unique 750 sq. ft. gathering space is complete with state-of-the-art audio-visual capabilities. Catering at the Inn is provided by Patrick’s Kitchen & Drinks, an independently operated full-service casual dining restaurant and bar that operates located within the Inn.

Patrick’s Kitchen and Drinks, an independently operated full-service restaurant and bar located within the Inn is self-described as “refined but not the least bit fussy comfort food with a twist”. Both indoor and outdoor (seasonal) seating on the Terrace located along Main Street are available to Inn guests. Patrick’s is open daily for lunch and dinner, adding breakfast and brunch on Saturday and Sunday for the public. With a unique wine list, a large selection of craft-brewed beers, and a full bar Inn guests can enjoy the convenience of dining in on Patrick’s innovative specials, small plates or fantastic homemade desserts. Overnight guests of the Brick Street Inn enjoy a delicious complimentary sit-down breakfast in Patrick’s daily.

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