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Road Trip Pit Stops: 4 Unique Hotels in Indiana

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Hide away in the Hoosier state the next time you’re craving a road-trip destination that balances natural vistas with historical and urban sites. Here are four offbeat hotels to enhance your next visit to Indiana.  

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The Inn at Irwin Gardens

Located in Columbus, Indiana, The Inn at Irwin Gardens offers five guest bedrooms in a renovated Victorian mansion. Read a book or enjoy some quiet conversation in the gardens. Or, stop by the gardener’s cottage part of the inn to enjoy a massage, facial, body wrap, or guided meditation. 

Fountainview Inn

The Fountainview Inn in Indianapolis is part of the historic Fountain Square Theatre Building, which was once a hub for shopping, entertainment, and professional offices. Its centralized location makes it the perfect lodging if you’re attending a concert, visiting museums, or exploring Indy on foot. 

Prairie Guest House

Set against a pastoral backdrop in Fishers, Indiana, this mid-1800’s gothic farmhouse is the perfect place to unplug from the noise and fast pace of modern life. Enjoy a fresh breakfast each morning of your stay here, then try a yoga class in the onsite studio. You can also explore Conner Prairie, one of the nearby nature preserves, or go antique shopping in town. 

The Allison House Inn

When visiting Nashville, Indiana, reserve a room at The Allison House Inn bed and breakfast. The house gets its name from the Allison family who built it back in 1876. The inn’s location makes it the perfect landing pad for a weekend spent exploring historic downtown Nashville, sampling beverages at Big Woods Brewery, and hiking Brown County State Park.  

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