In the beautiful woodlands of Brown County, Indiana, the Hotel Nashville claims prime real estate overlooking the rural village of Nashville and the surrounding countryside. This is not Nashville, the country music mecca in Tennessee—instead it is the rolling hillsides of southern Indiana and a resort area known for is attractions, parks, and outdoor fun.
Located just over an hour’s drive south of Indianapolis, an hour-and-a-half north of Louisville, Kentucky, and two hours by car west of Cincinnati, Ohio, this centrally located vacation spot is popular with families, couples, and everyone looking for entertainment and activities in the great outdoors.
Hotel Nashville, Well Situated for Brown County Fun
From regional theater at the Brown County Playhouse to musical entertainment, motorcycle rentals, ziplining, paintball battles, ATV trails, hiking, mountain biking, and annual festivals, there’s always excitement waiting for you in Brown County, Indiana. And for strolling and sightseeing, plan time to shop the area’s many boutiques, specialty stores, antique shops, and galleries, where you’ll find unique, one-of-a-kind items, handmade crafts, local artistry, and culinary specialties.
Brown County is home to the Arts Village Pavilion Music Series, the Brown County Christmas Sing-Along, and the Fingerstyle Guitar Festival.
Lodge Style Comforts at Hotel Nashville
Comfortable one-bedroom timeshare resales and rentals at Hotel Nashville make it easy for you to relax and enjoy your vacation. These condo suites are designed to sleep up to four vacationers, have a partial kitchen and one full bathroom plus a three-quarter bathroom. Kitchens include a dishwasher, full-size refrigerator, cooktop, and microwave. The private bedroom has a queen bed while the spacious living and dining area has a double sleeper sofa. Every unit has a balcony or patio, at least two televisions with cable or satellite service, and air conditioning. Furnishings are casual and comfy, appropriate for this relaxed, pastoral setting.
Floor plans vary, and some units have added features such as a whirlpool tub or additional sleeping accommodations. The sprawling property even includes a limited number of vacation home rentals, designed to accommodate larger families or any vacationer who craves added space and privacy.
For delightful dinners, you can dine in at Darlene’s, the on-site restaurant and lounge. And continental breakfasts are served daily in the hotel lobby.