The Ludwig Epple Guest House is conveniently located in New Harmony’s historic district where it was built by Ludwig Epple, a member of the original Harmonist community in 1820.
It is a large house with three bedrooms that can accommodate up to eight adults. Guests can rent the entire house, or each room separately. There is a large, well-equipped kitchen, comfortable sitting room and it is beautifully furnished throughout. Continue reading
The Rice Guest House is a lovely little bungalow on Church Street, conveniently located close to New Harmony’s major attractions. It is tastefully furnished throughout, with three bedrooms, one and a half baths, a full kitchen and a beautiful living room. Continue reading
The Leather Leaf Inn is a comfortable Bed and Breakfast featuring eclectic decor in an original Harmonist building that was constructed in1817 and converted into a home in 1865. It features two upstairs bedrooms with cable tv and wifi access. The decor is eclectic, a mix of the old and the new. Continue reading
Harmonie State Park Campground includes 11 rustic log cabins for rent. Each cabin contains two bedrooms, one with a double bed, one with a pair of bunk beds.
They all have a nice kitchen with all the necessities, including a coffee maker, sofas, chairs, a large dining table and a wood stove.
A screened back porch has a picnic table and comfortable chairs and a beautiful view of the forest.
The cabins are available year round. Reserve early for popular dates. Continue reading
The Old Rooming House is New Harmony’s off-beat option for lodging in Posey County. Owner Jim Stinson has designed the Old Rooming House to to appeal to writers, artists and musicians, and people who are generally looking for something interesting. Inside, it’s decorated with books, magazines, art and knick-knacks he’s collected over many years. Continue reading