The Huntington Bed & Breakfast at Hillbrook Farm
From the rocking chairs on the columned front porch to the crackling fire warming the grand living room The Huntington is fixed in an era when rest and relaxation were taken seriously. The Huntington at Hillbrook Farm is located in Milan, Indiana. The southeastern Indiana farm town is home of the state champion basketball team of 1954 (The Milan Indians).
Located 45 minutes from Cincinnati, 1 1/2 hours from Indianapolis and Louisville, KY and 30 minutes from Madison, IN. Area Attractions include antiquing, riverboat gambling, golfing, boating, canoeing, dining at excellent restaurants, and relaxing at Versailles State Park.
Yearly events include the Spring and Fall National Muzzle Loading Rifle shoot, Ripley County Fair (Summer), Apple Harvest Festival (Fall), The Versailles Pumpkin Show (Fall), Blue Grass Festival (Fall), The South East Indiana Junkin Trail Extravaganza (Spring & Fall), The Country Roads Hop Shop (Summer), and many more events!
The ranch style home and horse farm, built in 1977 is nestled on 30 acres of wooded surroundings including gardens, a fish pond, pool & spa, a lake for swimming and fishing, shuffle board court, large front porch with white wicker rockers, and miles of trails for horseback riding and hiking.
Visit our Carriage House Home Decor and Gift Shop offering furniture, accessories, lighting, art, custom window treatments, antiques, floral arrangements and trees, many gift items and complete decorator services. The Huntington also features art of professional artist, Christoper L. Smith of Sacramento, CA. C.L. Smith offers a variety of different types of art and subject matter using oils, watercolors and acrylics.
There are three beautifully decorated suites with private and shared baths to choose from. There is a family room/sitting area with satellite TV, dining room, and a grand living room with a fireplace. We have limited accommodations for horses. There are miles of horse trails in The Versailles State Park which is five minutes away off rt50 and side trail access just across the road.