The MacLeod Barn Abbey is a beautiful building that provides a communal living space and a great view of the Wabash River and the fields leading up to it.
The barn Abbey was originally envisioned as the home of a progressive Christian worship movement based on the ideas of George MacLeod, , the leader of a Christian community in Scotland who had ideas for new ways of living as a Christian. Today, it is available for retreats, reunions, receptions and other events.
The Barn Abbey can sleep a total of 28 people. It boasts a 1,000 square-foot meeting room big enough for up to 50 people, the dining room is made of beautiful, blended wood and a large fireplace is available. The full kitchen is up to the task of feeding large groups. Overnight stays are available.
MacLeod Barn Abbey
810 E. North Street
New Harmony, Indiana 47631