This 200-Year-Old VRBO In Indiana Is One Of The Coolest Places To Spend The Night
By Tori Jane|Published September 26, 2022
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Nestled in Johnson County next to a small, private lake is a stunningly beautiful (and ridiculously luxurious) VRBO stay that you absolutely have to check out, especially if you’re a history buff. It’s not a yurt or a tent, or a super-cool silo converted into a place to spend the night in Indiana – nope, this one is even more unique than even those. This unique VRBO in Indiana is a 200-year-old log cabin, recently renovated and outrageously luxurious. It’s probably one of our favorite places to stay in Indiana that we’ve discovered thus far, and we think you’ll love it: