Windipine gets its name from the sound of the wind rustling through the pines.
At “The Dip,” you’ll hear and see nature all around--turtles in the backyard pond, wild turkeys,
a friendly black dog, and deer families in the yard. Guests record their “Critter Count”
in the guest book. Make sure to include your sightings!
In the summer, lightning bugs add to the serenity of the setting. The chirping tree frogs threaten to drown out all other sounds. You may see and hear both from the hot tub on the back patio.
When the weather cools, you’ll love the time you spend in the enormous living room. You can build a fire in the floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace and snuggle up to watch a movie on the TV/VCR. When hungry, you can fix a meal in the nearby kitchen, where a Dutch door opens onto a screened, stone floored breezeway. The dining table in the living room seats six comfortably. Some of Windipine’s guests add to the collection of antique bottles found on our property.
If you enjoy the company of friends, but don’t care to sleep under the same roof, split your time between Windipine and Robyn’s Nest.
The two cabins are within a quarter mile of one another!
|Nashville, Indiana is a well known artists' colony. There are more than 300 quaint shops, studios and galleries in the village. Many artists work in their shops & studios each day. You can visit with glass blowers, leather crafters, weavers & jewelers, as well as portrait and landscape painters. You may see street musicians, outdoor puppet performances, IU summer stock theater, musical cabaret, country or bluegrass music jamborees.|
Brown County Artists - Fine Art in the tradition of Brown County
The Lexington House - Cabinware & home furnishings