Abe Martin Lodge

Brown County State Park, Nashville, 47448, IN

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Overview

Nashville, IN

Located in Indiana’s largest state park, Abe Martin Lodge features 84 Lodge Rooms, Rustic Cabins and two-story Family Cabins. Family Cabins feature two bedrooms, a balcony and a full kitchen with a wood-burning stove. Kids can splash around in the 12,000-square-foot indoor water park featuring water slides, a zero entry pool, fountains and games (guests receive wristband access upon arrival). For onsite family dining head to the Little Gem Restaurant.

Our Editor Loves

  • Dining at Little Gem Restaurant
  • Two-story Family Cabins
  • Indoor water park

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking

Family Amenities

  • Family Room 5+
  • Kitchenettes
  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Abe Martin Lodge

by Heather B

Nashville, In, close to the new music center,shopping, places to eat,nice indoor water park for the kids, yummy breakfast at the Inn, clean, beautiful park, trails, family friendly, would stay there again

Very Nice Historic Lodge..but

by Jim B

We spent the night of October 31st here..and overall our stay at Abe Martin Lodge was pretty nice.

We really enjoyed sitting in front of the huge fireplace and visiting with some of my wife's family who live in the area, and the food in the lodge restaurant was outstanding. The king bed was very comfortable and the room furnishings were quite unique.

But, there were some major problems.

First, there were no towels in our room when we checked in. We had to go to the front desk and ask for them on our way to the lodge restaurant for dinner. The towels were in the bathroom when we got back...but they were old, thin and frayed.

Second, the shower/tub was very dingy and stained as was the ceramic tile floor in the bathroom. There is no counter space of any kind in the bathroom...just a sink.

Finally, the hallways are very dimly lit and the carpets are dingy and worn looking..it reminded me of the "back alley" scenes from TV and movies.

Not the worst hotel experience I have had...but far from the best.

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