Hotels & Lodging

Choose Your Washington County Experience

Where to Stay

Our family-friendly hotels offer spacious rooms, children's activities, and convenient amenities to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable for all ages. For a cozy and intimate experience, choose a charming bed and breakfast. Wake up to a delicious homemade breakfast and personalized service in a picturesque setting. Perfect for couples seeking a romantic getaway.

Anjuna River House

The enchanting retreat of "Anjuna," is nestled in a sprawling 12-acre forest in southern Washington County near Pekin. This modern four-bedroom, three-bathroom luxury cabin features 14 foot floor to ceiling windows, 1000+ square foot deck with hammock, wood burning fireplace and plush tv room. Beyond the creature comfort inside Anjuna there are 12 acres of forest with trails, an outdoor show and a tranquil river which meanders through the property. Come relax and get away at Anjuna! Find more information about reserving the Anjuna River House please see the link below to their listing on AirBnB.

Cobblestone Inn & Suites Hotel
1015 E Hackberry Street, ,

Stay connected and relaxed while exploring or working in Salem with complimentary WiFi access, 24-Hour Business Center, complimentary hot breakfast, fitness center, Mini-Microwaves, Mini-Refrigerators, and so much more.

Dee's Country Cabin
6609 S. Bud Miller Road, ,

Historic hand hued log cabin with modern amenities. The large lawn is a park like setting that includes a charcoal grill, fire pit and picnic table perfect for cookouts and s'mores! Quiet getaway where guests can simply relax away from the city lights and noise. 15 minutes from Salem, 30 minutes from Paoli Peaks, 45 minutes from French Lick Casino or Louisville, Ky. Several parks within an hour or less drive that offer fishing, swimming, hiking, caves, biking, and canoeing.

Delaney Creek Park – Lodges, Cabins & Camping
8215 Delaney Park Rd, ,

Delaney Creek Park includes an 88 acre lake within 326 acres of country wilderness. The park includes lodges, cabins, primitive cabins and 35 camping sites. All camping and cabin rentals are a two night minimum on weekends from April 15-November 1. Holidays (Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day) require a 3 night minimum. If you like camping you have your choice of camper/RV camping in the Modern area or tent camping in the Primitive area. Modern camping includes water and electric hook ups. Primitive camping is total roughing it and NO campers/RVs allowed. If you want the home features, we have cabins and lodges available to rent. We h ...

Knights Inn & Suites Salem
1209 W. Mulberry Street, ,

When you need value and friendly service on route to Indianapolis or Hoosier National Forest, make our Knights Inn & Suites Salem your no-frills choice among hotels in Salem. Ideally located on Highway 56 with easy access to major interstates, our Salem hotel is nearby the Salem Speedway, Spring Mill State Park, and the historic John Hay Center.

The Destination Bed & Breakfast
206 N. Harristown Road, ,

The Destination is a tranquil country setting nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana, less than an hour from Louisville, Kentucky, and fewer than 90 minutes from Indianapolis, Indiana. Come experience the country; stay at our lovely Farm House Bed & Breakfast, Shop in the Vintage Market, or Celebrate your next event in The Yard, Gathering Room, or The Loft with exquisite meals straight from our kitchens.

The Lanning House
206 E. Poplar Street, ,

Built in 1873, The Lanning House has been in the history of Washington County as a Bed and Breakfast for years. Situated in the center of Salem, guests are within walking distance of the Salem Square and just a few steps from the grounds of the John Hay Center. The residence was constructed of locally made brick from the Shrum Brickyard. Its colonial revival front porch was a later addition. The Lanning House offers a warm and welcoming environment for all ages. More information available on

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