The Joseph Decuis Farmstead Inn includes a meticulously restored 1884 Farm House, Carriage House and Barn. The Inn features six bedrooms, each with private baths, the Loft (a meeting room for up to 40) and an authentic 1880s dining room for private dinners.
Located on the Joseph Decuis Farm, six miles from the Restaurant in downtown Roanoke, this historic property provides a charming rural getaway for families, friends and business associates from around the world.
To book your stay, please call the Emporium at (260) 672-1715, or if after 6 pm, please call Innkeeper Alesia Cosby at (812) 371-8472.
$200 per night | $500 per night in the Joseph Decuis Suite (Farmstead Inn)
A quiet getaway, corporate retreat, or wedding party, you will feel right at home on our Farm. We offer special two or three day Farm experiences, where you will enjoy our Farm, Fine Dining, and world-class overnight comfort. Try things you've never tried — participating in Farm chores, learning about the secrets of raising Wagyu cattle, gardening, animal husbandry, learning to drive Percheron horses, or exploring our beautiful Farm grounds.
The Carriage House features the Decuis Suite which includes a private living room with wood burning stove, and two bedrooms, perfect for two couples or a family. Upstairs is the Loft, an open room available for meetings and receptions, with panoramic views of the farm. The Garden Suites offer two separate bedrooms with a private screened-in porch, and are located on the first floor.
Built in 1884 by Oliver Smith, this historic home features three Bedrooms with Private Baths, an 1884-style Kitchen, Formal Dining Room, Sitting Room, Chef's Kitchen, Wine Cellar, and Root Cellar (which serves as a massage therapy room).
In 1884, your grocery store was in your backyard. The Barn is our nursery where we raise small animals: Mangalitza pigs, Rainbow Dixie and Naked Neck chickens, rabbits, goats, turkeys, and the home for our two miniature horses, Tara and Zoe. It's a great way to teach kids about farm animals and where their food comes from.
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