Guests planning to come to Winona Lake, Indiana, now have an excellent alternative for overnight lodging–five newly-remodeled guest rooms in the historic Westminster Hall (formerly Westminster Hotel).
Here Grace Special Events coordinator Kathy Gill (left) shows Joan Hoke and Terri Carter of the GBIM staff a sample of the $5 continental breakfast basket available to Westminster guests. An Open House this afternoon permitted area residents to see four of the five guest rooms available and to have questions answered.
Each of the five rooms has a queen-sized bed, private bath, ironing board and iron, cable TV, free internet access, and free local phone privileges. Each room is furnished in a Mission Oak style and each has undergone recent redecoration. One is handicapped-equipped.
The breakfast baskets contain a carafe of coffee or tea, a large muffin, juice, and fruit.
Cost for all rooms is $55 per night, including all taxes. One room also has a rollaway bed available. Cash, VISA, Discover, or Mastercard are accepted for payment.
To reserve a room or to get more information, contact Kathy Gill at (574) 372-5100, ext. 6501 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westminster Hall is a beautifully restored hotel, originally built between 1905 and 1907, located on Ninth Street between College and Chestnut Avenues. It houses the Reneker Museum of Winona History in the office space once occupied by the Rodeheaver Music Company.