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Twin Oaks Lodge

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Reviewed 1 November 2012

Made reservation 2 months in advance...never received confirmation of reservation...1 week later I called and got a hold of someone...she said the owners were on vacation but I should have received it, she told me to check junk mail...not there...called back and they said they would resend...never received but when they resent, I finally got my receipt for deposit...October 20th...

4Thank myminih2
Fort Wayne, Indiana
Reviewed 1 October 2012

It was a little difficult to find as I felt the sign placement led me to believe the lodge was straight ahead instead of turning. The website suggest calling for directions and that is probably best. Diane is very friendly and has several resources for you to have about Nashville and it's happenings. Stayed two nights in the "Virginia's Garden"...

Thank James M
Reviewed 25 September 2012

My husband surprised me with a weekend at Twin Oaks Lodge. Loved walking the path around the property; cannot believe how many hummingbirds swarmed the feeders--simply awesome! We've stayed in many B&B's around the country, and like anyplace, you never know who you will meet. The first morning we met wonderful couples who were getting away or stopping through on...

Thank PrincessofQuiteALot
Zionsville, Indiana
Reviewed 3 September 2012

My husband and I were looking for a cozy cabin for a retreat this fall. We couldn't find the address for Twin Oaks Lodge, and so called the number on the website to ask. The receptionist asked if I had a reservation, and when I said not yet, she hung up on me! I assumed it was a mistake, so...

3Thank Mary B
Ortonville, Michigan
Reviewed 6 August 2012

Just returned from a peaceful weekend at Twin Oaks. I highly recommend this B&B if you want peace and quiet. No phones, no television, no internet? Thank you very much. A great place to meet new acquaintances and enjoy what Brown County has to offer.

Thank Charles M
Reviewed 17 February 2012

We cancelled our reservation more than thirty days before our arrival date but we were still charged 15%. They said most other hotels also charge this even when the cancellation is made so far in advance. I have checked and in actual fact most hotels do not charge if a cancellation is made more than three months in advance. I...

2Thank TimSchaffter
Berwyn, Illinois, United States
Reviewed 16 January 2012

I am sure the owners of Twin Oaks Lodge will want to pass along how much we love this place! But, can I just say that it is the peace and quiet of being up, up, up that makes this B&B so great?

1Thank Steve W
Whiting, Indiana
Reviewed 5 July 2011

We were married august 2009 and spent our honeymoon there... it was amazing and magical... we are vegetarians, and they went above and beyond to accommodate us... then for our 1 yr we came back to celebrate (and brought a baby) we had the honeymoon sweet and it was even better the second time! I absolutely cannot wait to come...

Thank plholloway
Beaver Falls, PA
Reviewed 11 April 2011

This B&B sits out in a wonderful setting away from everthing next to a National Forest. The owners were gracious and enjoyed chatting a bit with Diane about the nature surroundings. My daughter and I sat out onfront porch rockers that evening after a day of shopping. then on the balcony from our room to enjoy a cup of coffee...

Thank Beverleyannstudio
Valparaiso, IN
Reviewed 1 April 2011

Twin Oaks Lodge leaves you with that "Ahhhh" feeling. So very relaxing and peaceful surrounded by the Hoosier National Forest on three sides. We saw wild turkeys and bluebirds, the daffodils were lovely and plentiful, the porch a perfect place to watch the sun go down while enjoying a cup of hot tea. Totally relaxing and just what I needed!...

Thank CabValparaiso

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Address: State Road 135, Story, Nashville, IN
Region: United States > Indiana > Nashville
Number of rooms: 6
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“Rooms on the upper floor are probably quieter. Bottom floors, you can hear people walking and even talking.”
546JamesM, 1 Oct 2012 | Read review
“If the weather is nice, you may wish to book a room with a private deck.”
stevew965, 16 Jan 2012 | Read review
“all of them are great”
plholloway, 5 Jul 2011 | Read review
“2 queen beds/partial wall and balcony”
Beverleyannstudio, 11 Apr 2011 | Read review
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