Story Inn is located in Nashville, Indiana, which is about 75 minutes south of Indianapolis.
A total of 13 guest accommodations are available, including both rooms and cottages. Each one has a private bathroom. Some also have a hot tub, kitchenette, private deck, and/or a porch swing. None of this B&B's rooms have televisions, telephones, clocks or radios.
Rates range from $107 to $210 per night, double occupancy.
Guests need to order the "bed and breakfast package" when they make a reservation, or at check-in. For a small additional fee, this entitles guests to order any food and beverage from the regular breakfast menu at The Story Inn's restaurant.
The innkeepers believe that the Old Mill Loft is "the most unique overnight accommodation in Brown County." Set in a 19th-century grain mill, it offers a King-size bed, sitting area, and an enormous bath tub.
Dogs are accepted in a few of the guest accommodations.
Haunted Bed and Breakfast:
A female presence has been reported by several guests of the Blue Lady room, located above the old general store, which now houses the inn's gourmet restaurant.
More About Story Inn:
Story, founded in 1851, never really recovered from The Great Depression. In fact, it did not receive electricity until 1949 and the innkeepers believe it may be "the best preserved example of a 19th century small town that survives in the American Midwest." The inn's motto, as listed on its web site, is "One inconvenient location since 1851."
Story Inn is a former general store and today is the entire town of Story. The second floor has been renovated into four bed and breakfast accommodations, and several cottages are also part of the B&B.
Story Inn also features several stained glass windows which match the building's vintage, although they are not original to the building.