Inn on South 5th

320 South Fifth Street
Goshen, Indiana

Inn on South 5th

320 South Fifth Street
Goshen, Indiana

Come on in!

Inn on South Fifth, Goshen, Indiana

Experience this large 1887 brick house listed on the National Historic Register located in Goshen’s thriving downtown Main Street district; within walking distance for shopping, coffee shops, delis, breweries and many restaurants specializing in American and International food, along with biking trails and canoe/kayaking options with rentals available.

Evening entertainment is always available in this small college city.

Each of our four guest rooms with private bathrooms has its own individual character sharing the story of owners Kent Beck and Karen Lehman.

Enjoy a delicious hot breakfast or cold lighter fare of homemade, organic and local food options.

About the Inn

When you stay at our historic downtown Inn, you’re in the heart of everything.

The Rooms

Every room at the Inn has a story to tell. The decor in each room points to significant adventures and experiences of our lifetime.

Amenities

Our Inn rates always include a generous breakfast with both hot and cold items but it can come in various forms.

Explore Goshen

When you’re looking for a place to get away from it all but still have access to plenty of options, Goshen is the place to be.

Reserve a Room with Us

The Inn on South Fifth Street opened for business in April.

We are happy to take your reservation!

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Innkeeper Notes

Organic and/or Locally Sourced

When we decided to open the Inn on South Fifth, we knew that we wanted our guests to experience and enjoy the same high quality accommodations and dining choices that we want when we are traveling.  If we prefer restaurants that serve organic and/or locally grown... read more

Renovation of the Inn

It was on a Christmas visit to Goshen when I saw that the house of the former Front Porch Inn Bed & Breakfast (and then Blackberry Inn) was listed for sale.  Over the years, I had often thought about this house, the possibility of running a B & B, and imagined... read more