Crossroads School House

Crossroads Schoolhouse

 

In 1875, School #24 in LaRue County was built and named “Crossroads School.” It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It sits just a stroll down the lane from the Inn in the picturesque countryside. History can be seen in the refurbished pot belly stove that heated the space “back in the day” for children ages 6 to 17. In addition, the original bead board on the walls and the black board have been maintained. (Before slate was used for chalkboards, teachers used wide boards painted black for those many math problems—thus the word “blackboard.”)

The newly added modern kitchen and bathroom make the space comfortable for gatherings of all types. Whether it is an intimate wedding under the chandelier, or workshop get-aways, or lectures/ staff retreats / or seminars , or large family get-togethers, you’ll find the School House to be unique, comfortable and memorable.

The peaceful countryside vistas also make it the perfect setting for any groups wishing to promote creativity and introspection. Thus yoga and tai chi retreats, as well as painting, crafting, writing and quilting are ideal for the School House.

Crossroads School House is available for rent by the hour or by the day. Contact the innkeepers for prices and availability.

So think of the School House … “where the learning continues”… for your next learning experience.

 

 

Crossroads Schoolhouse

 

Crossroads Schoolhouse

 

Crossroads Schoolhouse

 

Crossroads Schoolhouse