Always Inn Brown County Bed & Breakfast is located on State Road 46 East in the beautiful hills of Nashville, IN voted by Midwest Living magazine readers as “the most picturesque stretch of highway in America.” Our intimate seven-room Inn offers privacy, pampering, warm hospitality, and great food. Stay with us for a relaxing getaway, whatever the reason or season.
Comfortable bedrooms with custom furnishings and local original artwork, several rooms with private whirlpool spa baths, in-room refrigerators, full breakfast, free wireless internet, satellite TV with premium channels, free movie library, free parking, central air/heat, DVD/VHS player, CD player, alarm clock, radio, aromatherapy toiletries, bottled water, Belgian chocolates and more. Ask for a room with a whirlpool spa or one with a view of the woods or pond.
We can arrange for candlelight dinners on our decks and patios or in-room dining, gift and fruit baskets, floral bouquets, spa treatments, in-room deep tissue massage therapy, chocolate covered strawberries, chilled beverages, box lunches, picnic baskets and more... call or email us for pricing.
In the morning, awaken to a sumptuous country breakfast, accompanied by juice and gourmet coffee. Breakfast is on the house, of course. In spring and summer afternoons, we also offer complimentary cookies or brownies and sun tea or lemonade; in the fall and winter afternoons, we serve brownies and hot chocolate.
Our goal is to pamper you so you can relax, unwind, renew and recharge.
Gift certificates, specials and packages are available for anniversaries, birthdays and honeymoons. Please tell us if you are celebrating a special occasion – honeymoon, anniversary, and birthday or simply escaping for a couple of days. We’ll do everything we can to make your getaway extra-special, always.
Winter: If you enjoy the outdoors, you’ll love the hills of Brown County, Indiana in the winter. Experience snowshoeing or hiking at nearby Brown County State Park or Millrace Park. Cross-country ski at nearby trails or downhill ski at local slopes. Shops, museums and galleries are open year round.
Spring: The dogwood and redbud trees are in bloom, heralding spring in Brown County. This is a great time to bird watch and discover many native wildflowers. Or photograph the trees, flowers, barns and covered bridges in the area. Ask about our picnic lunch packages for day hikes at nearby parks.
Summer: Sunny skies and warmer temperatures bring a wealth of outdoor recreation choices in Brown County. You can golf, fish, swim, canoe, kayak, horseback ride and hike in the area. Power boating and jet-ski rentals are also available at nearby lakes.
Fall: The spectacular display of autumn foliage makes for an especially beautiful time in Brown County, with vibrant leaf colors during October and early November. Book early! Two-night stays are required and no discounts are available during October.
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