Enjoy our brown county cabin



We had a wonderful time @ the cabin.  Starting the day and ending the day with a soak in the hot tub is incredible!  The amenities available were very unexpected.  I love the quaint garden, and all the extra personal touches around the cabin.  It was definitely a wonderful few days and we will surely return!

Cliff and Kathy


Jim and Jan,

We came here as a mini-honeymoon and it could not have been more perfect!  The hot tub was a perfect way to end our hard days of shopping, horseback riding, or fishing.  We caught all the baby fish (maybe even 2x) in the pond and even reeled in a few bigger ones.  The stars were amazing at night and the location of the cabin was perfect!

We really enjoyed ourselves and hope to be visiting again soon!

God Bless,

Jon and Jenna


I fell in love with the cabin as soon as I stepped in.  It's so homey and warm.  My new husband and I are here on a lil honeymoon trip.  Thank-you for your hospitility and sharing your home away from home with us.



We enjoyed our stay.  Hiked the property, visited Brown County State Park, Lake Monroe and Nashville.  Enjoyed the hot tub and paddle boating on the pond.  Saw 

lots of bluegills and a couple of monster catfish.  Thank-you Jim and Jan.

Dave and Kay​


- Dining & Cooking Utensils
- Heating and Air
- Higher and Lower Deck
- Fireplace

- 5 Person Hot Tub
- Pond

Internet is here
(Roku- HBO Max, Hulu, Netflix, Prime

Video, ESPN+, Disney and more.)
- Wood fire place
- Gas Grill
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Refrigerator
- Coffee Maker
- Stove
- Microwave
- Hair Dryer

- Washer & Dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Towels for Hot tub
- Shower
- Linens

Jim and Jan are the owners of "Trinity Hill".  "We are dedicated in giving our people the service they would expect so they can get away from their busy schedule and simply enjoy this relaxing atmosphere."


This Log Cabin was built in 1953 and was turned into a vacation retreat in 2005.  The shelter house use to be a cinder-block structure and the roof is the original from that structure.  The people that built the cabin lived there while the cabin was being built.  They actually delivered one of their children in what now is the shelter house.