Indiana Accommodation January 09, 2019
6 Most Unusual Getaways In Indiana You’d Never Expect To Be Hotels
Forget cookie-cutter hotels and inns that look like Victorian mansions. These six unusual getaways in Indiana don’t look like overnight accommodations at all.
From old train stations to antique farm structures, this list has a little something for everyone. Check it out:
1. Thyme For Bed B&B
In business since 2003, this unique hotel looks like something from another planet. It sits on 10 gorgeous acres of farmland and features three themed bedrooms. Luxuries like fireplaces, Jacuzzi tubs, and a fresh breakfast each morning will make your stay unforgettable. Learn more about this northwest Indiana getaway
2. Patoka Lake Winery
Featuring a wine tasting room, gift shop, and overnight accommodations, this unique lodging is ideal for couples and friends. You'll never believe that the two large silos on the property are actually two-story suites with beds, televisions, Jacuzzi tubs, private baths, and a furnished kitchenette. The cost is $229 per night, and it is located at 2900 Dillard Rd., Birdseye, IN 47513.
3. Crown Plaza at Union Station
Situated inside the world's first Union Station, this is the best of our unusual getaways for train lovers. Not only is it situated within an old train station, but guests also have the option of staying overnight in a Pullman train car. There are 26 of these remodeled relics, and each features televisions, WiFi, comfortable beds, and room service. Get more information about this Indy hotel
4. Rawhide Ranch
The Buck Inn at Indiana's best dude ranch is a lovely place to stay if you want to get away from it all. You'd never expect this big barn to hold 11 different rooms with common areas, a dining room, and kitchen. Guests can even stay in teepees on this property. Learn more about making this your next vacation spot
5. Riley's Railhouse
Situated in the New York Central Freight Station from 1914, this hotel contains a large collection of railroad antiques, memorabilia, and artwork. Guests can either stay in the station or in a boxcar at this railroad-themed inn. Amenities include an outdoor deck, a fireplace, a large bar, balconies, and king or queen beds. More details can be accessed
6. Fountainview Inn
The 11 unique guestrooms at this old theatre building are a little-known wonder that most Hoosiers don't know exists. Kitchenettes, private baths, sitting areas, and king or queen beds will make you feel right at home. Room rates run between $175 and $250 per night. Located near fun things to see and do, this getaway can be found at 1105 Prospect St., Indianapolis, IN 46203.
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