Your Hosts

Your innkeeper Sharon enjoys pickleball (in fact, quite addicted to it), hiking, bicycling and euchre. While at home, she has a hobby of making quilts (yes she has a fabric stash), which can be found throughout the bed and breakfast. If she isn't playing pickleball, she is likely talking, cooking or quilting.

Sharon has two adult children. Her son Connor recently graduated from Purdue University and is currently working in automation as a mechanical engineer.

Daughter Rose loves photography and can be found outside capturing awesome photos, some of which are used on this website. She is also a runner and pursuing her doctorate in psychology at Indiana University.

Recently Sharon's parents, Rich and Sue Gregg, have moved in after living in Southern California for over 40 years! While they are adjusting to the change in environment, they are no strangers to guests in their home and can assist as co-innkeepers. Rich gave over his photography equipment to granddaughter Rose, but he still has plans to print photos on a large scale and mount them on frames for display. Sue has been in the kitchen experimenting with recipes her whole life. She is the author of Eating Better Cookbooks and has written and produced homeschool materials for food preservation and preparation. Together they have hosted hundreds of people in their home in California for meals and given many a place to stay.

Sharon feels the best part of running a Bed & Breakfast is communicating with guests and meeting their expectations for a great getaway in Brown County. Her mission is sharing her home, creating a space of peace with comfort.

We do our work to honor Jesus, our Lord. People come first. Our gift is hospitality. We are here to give you rest.