A quaint village founded in 1851, nestled in the hills of southern Indiana, a place known for its weather-beaten barns, clapboard churches, covered bridges and splendid fall foliage.
A gourmet restaurant, a/k/a "Story Inn," formerly a turn-of-the-century general store, open year-round for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, offering an exquisite selection of domestic and imported spirits, wines and beers (reservations required for dinner).
The Midwest’s premier country inn, offering 18 comfortable and beautifully renovated historic rooms or cottages, many with hot tubs.
Any number of ideal venues for weddings, business meetings, banquets or other special events, including, inter alia, a restored century-old barn.
A place full of history, like the Story Still, a gathering place in the cellar of the Old General Store, aptly named for the area's prohibition-era bathtub gin.