Relax in premium accommodations surrounded by antiques and handmade quilts while secluded in the woods. Located four miles from Nashville, Indiana, in the hills of Brown County. Four rooms available, each with a private bath and amenities, with a full country breakfast served daily. Brown County has miles of mountain bike and hiking trails, welcomes road cyclists (Oak Haven has awesome routes right out the door). It is the Art Colony of the Midwest, located 16 miles from Columbus IN, an architectural mecca and 13 miles from Bloomington IN where Indiana University is located. We encourage outdoor enthusiasts, nature and art lovers to enjoy our property and the jewel that is hidden in southern Indiana.
5 on December 12, 2016
We had a blast. Myself and the other ladies. We so enjoyed the bed and breakfast and the exceptional atmosphere. I will definitely return again. So relaxing and enjoyable. Loved every minute of it!
5 on October 24, 2016
This year-2016 has been our third vacation at Oak Haven. We feel it has been a jewel of a find. We are always greeted with a smile and a heartfelt welcome by Sharon the proprietor. It is so peaceful, quiet and relaxing among the trees in the country, but not far from the Nashville shops, restaurants and the Brown County State Park. We Always find Oak Haven clean and our room has all the comforts of home. The décor is very pleasing to the eye. It is obvious Sharon and her husband Duane work very hard to accommodate their guests. We enjoy the variety of each delicious and healthy breakfast prepared by Sharon. She is a wonderful cook and hostess. She is very knowledgeable, ready with answers to questions and suggestions on where to eat lunch or dinner. Sharon also provides maps for those who need them. We recommend highly the Oak Haven to anyone wanting / needing time away from their busy schedule. Marquita and Dave
5 on October 09, 2016
My wife and I spent out 24th Wedding Anniversary here, and were very impressed. Sharon is a great host, and makes you feel very welcomed to stay. She took her time showing us all of the amenities available to us and just talking to us and getting to know us. We stayed in the Master Suite and really appreciated all of the details available. After spending a cool day walking around Columbus, my wife was chilled when we arrived back at our room. But we had a small portable heater right there in our room, and my wife huddled around it and quickly warned up. How many chain hotels could provide that service?? (btw...Sharon offered to let my wife borrow a jacket from her own closet) I really liked taking a morning walk around the wooded trail with Cinder, their dog, as my personal trail guide. It was a great way to start each day. We loved our stay and will be going back again. Lee and Gwyn
5 on August 18, 2016
Oak Haven was a pleasure. If you are looking for a quiet getaway near Bloomington or Nashville, Oak Haven is an excellent choice. It is a quietly tucked away in the hills near Nashville IN, full of peaceful country charm inside and out. Great breakfast and hospitality!
5 on March 26, 2016
My husband and I are novices on the B and B scene, but he certainly made a good choice when he picked Oak Haven for an overnight stay. The inn is set back in the woods out in the countryside. We viewed four deer outside our window in the evening. The home was designed to be a B and B so it serves its purpose well. The rooms are clean, comfortable and tastefully decorated. Sharon, the innkeeper, is delightful and welcoming and she makes a great breakfast!
5 on March 25, 2016
We stayed at Oak Haven for an impromptu weekend trip to Nashville, IN. The hostess, Sharon, was very friendly and hospitable. We stayed in the Blue and White room, everything was clean and we found we had everything we needed. The Dutch Baby and fresh fruit for breakfast was amazing! The B&B was close to downtown Nashville where there a bunch of cute and quirky shops, as well as to Brown County State Park. I definitely recommend staying here if you are visiting the area!
5 on February 24, 2016
This was the first time i had been to a bed-and-breakfast, and it was really nice. The owners were very welcoming and let us do our own thing (we played some board games!). I got to talk with them a little bit about how the house was built, which was very interesting. Also, the "Dutch baby" for breakfast was wonderful. It's lovely in winter, and I bet it would be really pretty in the fall, too. And the cats and dog are very nice! (They stay outside, so no worries if you have allergies.)
5 on December 14, 2015
My wife and I decided to take an impromptu trip to Nashville, IN where we have visited and enjoyed many times. This visit was extra special because we chose Oak Haven bed and breakfast with our gracious hostess Sharon. Immaculately clean, wonderful room, great bed, chairs, claw foot tub, gold fixtures, atmosphere, and extra special were the hand made quilts. Nice DVD collection, fun snacks, free soda, and a great breakfast. Fun walking trail and conversation with our Inn Keeper. Well worth staying a few miles from town. Amazing trip because of Sharon and Oak Raven!
5 on November 16, 2015
We enjoyed walking the trails accompanied by their dog. We felt at home and the meals were delicious. We needed to get away and found the perfect place!
5 on October 22, 2015
My wife and I stayed at Oak Haven for our 3 year anniversary. Sharon, the inn keeper made us feel at home from the moment we walked in. Breakfast was great both days, but the Dutch apple pie is amazing. Couldn't have had a moreally relaxing time. We'll definitely be back!
Our most spacious room has a king bed, sitting room in the octagonal tower, jacuzzi tub for two with romantic bath scents, separate shower, coffee maker, and tv/dvd player. For four occupants, an additional queen bed is added to the room. The toilet has a separate door for privacy, freeing up the remaining shower/jacuzzi/sink area for simultaneous use. Weekday rates are always $20 less than as listed. Winter-Summer: Sun-Thur, Fall: MTW.
Nightly Rate: $145 - $215
Nightly Rate: $145 - $215
For a guest that appreciates antiques, wood floors, a claw foot tub, a fireplace (electric), you will want to stay in the Red Oak Room. The sink is set in an antique washbasin to compliment the claw foot tub. Amenities include a coffee maker tv/dvd player, ironing board, fan and blow dryer. Guests have access to a refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks, a library of over 350 DVDs, games and puzzles. Weekday rates are $20 less per night. Winter-Summer: Sunday-Thursday, Fall: MTW.
Nightly Rate: $115 - $175
Nightly Rate: $115 - $175
Lace curtains, a handmade quilt, lavender painted full bath, views into the woods and garden are some of the elements the Blue & White Room has for our guests to enjoy a little slice of the country. Amenities include a coffee maker tv/dvd player, ironing board, fan and blow dryer. Guests have access to a refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks, a library of over 350 DVDs, games and puzzles. Weekday rates are $20 less per night. Winter-Summer: Sunday-Thursday, Fall: MTW.
Nightly Rate: $90 - $155
Nightly Rate: $90 - $155
As indicated by the name, Grandma's Room refers to our smallest room. It is barely big enough to fit a queen bed, though there is a private 3/4 bath (shower- not a tub) and a lovely large window overlooking the front garden. Just outside the room is our interior balcony overlooking the great room and view of the woods with comfy chairs, a table and a refrigerator. Also available to enjoy is the screened porch and deck off the back of the house. Amenities include a coffee maker, ironing board, fan and blow dryer. Guests have access to a refrigerator stocked with complimentary soft drinks, a library of over 350 DVDs (for guests bringing their own laptop capable of playing DVDs), games and puzzles. Weekday rates are $20 less per night. Winter-Summer: Sunday-Thursday, Fall: MTW.
Nightly Rate: $75 - $110
Nightly Rate: $75 - $110
Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Indianapolis, IN (IND) 45 miles
At SR 135 and Main St. crossroad and light, go west on W. Main St/Helmsburg Rd in Nashville, drive 2.2 mi. Turn left onto Owl Creek Rd. Drive 1.8 mi. Turn left into driveway at 2668 with Oak Haven Bed & Breakfast sign.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, architecture, Brown County State Park, art studios, Yellowwood State Forest, golf, Monroe Reservoir, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Tours, Vineyard, Winery
Air conditioning, Board games, Fridge, Library, Movie library, Parking, Piano, Telephone, Videos , deck, screened porch, complimentary soft drinks, small group meeting room, wildlife/garden/wildflower field, Brown County State Park/Yellowwood State Forest
Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Radio, TV
Bird watching, Hiking trails, Theater, Art galleries, Crafts, Antiques, Local music, bluegrass festivals
limited Chinese, English
Cats , Dogs
Sharon: quilting, cooking, gardening, current events, volleyball, pickleball, classical music, travel, talking and learning about guests! Duane: engineering, economics, politics, China, music, construction (ask him how he built Oak Haven). College Kids: Purdue, IU, photography, piano, French, neurology, engineering, cats & dogs.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian Innkeeper always inquires about special needs upon reservation
Dutch Pancake; Summer Pudding; Homemade Cinnamon Rolls; Farm fresh Omelets
Served most often with baked peaches on top, this buttery dish comes out of the oven puffed and crispy. Seasoned with cinnamon and nutmeg and topped with powdered sugar, the aroma promises breakfast is about to be served. Guests most often comment: "It's like having pie for breakfast."