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Click below to explore
the public rooms of the
Kintner House Inn

 
Parlor
Entranceway
Dining Room

 

The Rooms

 

1    Lincoln Suite
2    Hoosier Suite
3    William Henry Harrison
         Presidential Suite

4    Gen. John Hunt Morgan
         Room

5    Walter Gresham Room
6    Squire Boone Room
7    Governor's Suite
8    Sallie Kintner
         Honeymoon Suite

9    Dennis Pennington Room
10  Schoolmaster's Room
11  Joe Zimmerman Room
12  Battle of Corydon Room
14  Innkeeper's Room
15  Spier Spencer Room
16  Drummer's Room

Legend for floor plans:


Kintner House Floor Plans



      There are 15 guest rooms, each with a private bath. Each room is individually decorated with different drapes, wallpaper, and antique and reproduction furniture. The rooms are named after significant people and events from Corydon's past. The first two floors are furnished with Victorian furniture, while the third floor reflects the country theme.
      Where possible the original floors have been restored. Room floors show the original square-headed nails which were handmade one at a time by blacksmiths. During the restoration of the first and second floor hallways, the owners had a pleasant surprise: when the carpenters peeled away the carpeting, two layers of vinyl, two layers of plywood and several coats of paint they found that the original floors were patterned with alternating boards of light chestnut and dark walnut woods. The balusters supporting the handrail of the sweeping staircase reveal the same pattern of intricately carved light and dark woods.
      Although the building takes you back to a more elegant and quiet time, modern amenities such as sprinkler systems, smoke alarms, modern baths, air conditioning, phones, color cable TVs, VCRs and five rooms with gas log fireplaces helped us to earn the slogan "Hideaway for Romantics" from Vacation Magazine in 1991.