Nestled in the gentle rolling hills of Southern Indiana, Brown County is only miles away, by worlds apart from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The Allison House Inn is the perfect complement to the quiet charm of this scenic area. With a mood and a decor reflecting the relaxed lifestyle of its innkeepers, each of the Inn’s five rooms is newly remodeled and individually decorated with an emphasis on coziness, comfort, and charm.
The home itself was originally constructed in 1876 by the Allison family who were prominent figures in the community and started what would become the local newspaper, The Brown County Democrat. It is from this tradition by which the Allison House Inn is named.
The McCabe’s (Jeff and September) and the O’Bryan’s (Tim and Megan) have owned and operated the Inn for 10 years. After taking a break from innkeeping for a year and a half (remember our wonderful Innkeepers Pam and Scott Rolfe?) the family is back at the helm and looking forward to spending more time with old friends and new guests. Megan and Tim have been kind enough to provide Jeff and September their first granddaughter, so don’t be surprised if she makes a guest appearance occasionally on the front porch!