Travel back in time when you step into Hawk's
Haven, a beautiful log house that was originally
constructed in the 1840's. The two story log
structure has been carefully reconstructed and
restored to incorporate all of the conveniences
of a modern home while maintaining much of the
ambience of a pre-civil war dwelling.
A charming getaway located in a secluded,
peaceful valley surrounded by lush forest, Hawk's
privacy and solitude
with easy access to many area amenities. The log
home is conveniently located about midway between
Bloomington and Nashville on a picturesque county
road about 1-1/2 miles from Highway 46. With
Little Nashville Opry just down the road, one is
only minutes from Brown County State Park, water
activities on Lake Monroe, arts and crafts and
antique shopping in quaint Nashville, and the
fine dining, cultural activities and sporting events offered in Bloomington.
Hawk's Haven offers many upscale features for
discriminating guests who seek luxury and
seclusion in a rustic atmosphere. For instance,
features a king-size bed,
cathedral ceiling with ceiling fan,
access to the back porch and the master bath
offers one a double sink vanity, a large tile
shower with two showerheads and a two-person Jaccuzi
whirlpool bath tub.
The two log-wall bedrooms upstairs each have a
sitting area, and picturesque views
from the windows.
Bedroom One has a
king size bed,
and Bedroom Two has a king,
twin and sleeper.
The two upstairs
bedrooms share a full size
Original art work by well recognized regional and
international artists can be enjoyed throughout
the house. One can dine at the antique marble top
table in the
area or relish the glorious
view from the
at the oak trestle
table which seats up to ten people. After dinner,
relax in the
log living room
and gaze into a
crackling wood fire in the beautiful Brown County
Stone fireplace, or shoot a
game of pool
fine quality, slate-topped pool table provided
for your enjoyment. Comfortable seating is
provided for anyone just wanting to
kick back and watch satellite TV, play a DVD or CD,
and on the
back porch, the 4 to 5 person
is always ready to sooth and relax.
While staying at Hawk's Haven one should explore
the private woods adjacent to the house, or
venture up the road about ¼ mile to the trails at
Yellowood Lake, a mecca for fishermen and nature
lovers, where boats and canoes are available for
rent. Back toward Nashville, just minutes away,
is Schooner Valley Stables offering guided trail
rides on horseback through the woods. For the
golf enthusiasts, the dramatic terrain offers
special challenges and beautiful vistas at the
three public courses that are no more than twenty
minutes away. Guests seeking a respite from their
busy daily lives will want to take advantage of
the comfortable outdoor furniture and enjoy the
views from the three different porches. Pass the
time sitting on the porch enjoying you favorite
beverage while watching a spectacular sunset or
stargazing in the evening. One is likely to see
hawks, deer, wild turkey, blue heron, fox, quail,
and other wild life indigenous to the area.
Our goal has been to make Hawk's Haven a
comfortable home-away-from-home. After your first
stay, Hawk's Haven will always come to mind for
family gatherings, romantic getaways, I.U game
weekends, or just last minute escapes from city
life to have fun, relax, and rejuvenate.
We invite you to come experience Hawk's Haven. We
are sure that you will love it as much as we do.
This cabin has plenty of usable water supplied by the lake well.
The water is safe, tested and filtered, but, it is not "city water".
You might want to bring some drinking water with you if you do not like the taste of well water.