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Jessica, Sally, and Marc purchased the Wampler House in the summer of 2022. Sally is the host with the most! In addition to living in the adjacent carriage house Sally prepares the most delicious breakfasts and can help navigate guests around Bloomington having lived here for more than 40 years. It has always been a dream of Sally's to own and operate a Bed & Breakfast and no better place to own than in our beloved little town. We look forward to your visit and sharing our passion with you.

                         Come enjoy Bloomington at it's Best.

We will be back next year, and the year after! Zack and Donna are the perfect caretakers of an amazing piece of Bloomington history. Our stay was a 10, the breakfast a 10, hospitality a 10. You need to stay here.
Katie H
What really sets this place apart is Zack and Donna. They are the perfect hosts and just go over the top with all the “little things” that add up to making a big difference. Honestly it doesn’t get better than Wampler House and we are truly looking forward to our next stay.
Rachel & Elijah W
We have been staying at the Wampler House Inn for 2 years while visiting our son at IU and each time it is like coming home! Zach and Donna treat you like family and go out of their way to make your stay special.
Laurie S
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History of the Wampler House


There have been only five families that have owned this historic property since it was built by John and Sarah Mathers in 1857.  

It became the Wampler's House when the family purchased the home in 1938. The property included a house, barn, garage, spring house and two chicken coops on 4 acres. 

 An interesting note: In 1917 a tornado took off a portion of the roof  and dropped the chimney in the front yard where it stands today. The owners at the time turned the chimney into a flower planter. We continue to plant flowers every year. 

The Wampler House is a historic property. The walls of the original house are fifteen inches thick with brick air gap construction. The fireplaces located in the parlor and library were original as is the fireplace mantle in the parlor. The barn and garage still stand on the adjoining lot, although the original barn is inside another barn that was built by the Amish

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