Friday, October 21, 2011

Story Inn

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Story Inn
6404 South State Road 135
Nashville, IN 47448
(800) 881-1183

The Story Inn is Indiana's oldest country inn, located where the Brown County State Park meets the Hoosier National Forest. It is a winding 20 minute drive south of Nashville.

The Story Inn is an entire town, founded as a logging community in 1851. It is perhaps the best preserved example of a 19th Century village that survives in the American Midwest.

The little town/inn is dominated by the old General Store, replete with its pot-bellied stove, creaky wood floors, and Gold and Red Crown gas pumps out front. The General Store is now a gourmet restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, with a neighborhood pub in the basement. The remaining buildings in town--the Old Mill, the Sawmill, and several homes and out-buildings--serve as overnight accommodations or facilities for weddings, family reunions or other special events.


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