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We had our wedding and reception at the Charley Creek Inn, and it was beautiful! The service was fabulous, then venue is gorgeous, and all of our guests loved it! It's such a unique location, much different than most hotels, because the charm and character cannot be matched. Plus, everything is top-notch--the decor is authentic and classic, and like you stepped back into the 20's, but with all the modern conveniences, and everything is impeccably done. This hotel is one of the most beautiful places I've ever stayed, and my wedding was everything I'd hoped it would be. The staff was wonderful too. Can't recommend this place enough!
Lindsey H, Wedding Wire
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I found the CCI randomly while passing through Wabash and in desperate need of WIFI for a work meeting. I found the WIFI, but I also found a ridiculously enjoyable hidden gem in the adorable town of Wabash. The wine flight was creative and fun, and the shop had a great selection. The best part about the wine shop is the attendant who wrote the book on friendliness and knows quite a bit about wine! I stayed for dinner at the restaurant, which was delicious and elegant food at surprisingly reasonable prices, just like the hotel itself. I would have stayed the night but they happened to be booked solid. Next time I will reserve in advance so I can enjoy a relaxing time in a painstakingly renovated historic and elegant space. This place runs on charm.
Cassandra Johnstone, Google
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This place was amazing! From the service, staff, and rooms. Rich with history and very knowledgeable staff to explain the back story of the hotel and remodel that was done. It was a wonderful experience I am very happy to have stayed here. The price was perfect, a very high-end experience with an affordable price point.
Brandon Ebensteiner, Google
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A wonderful uniquely decorated hotel that displays its history through beautiful, period correct, restored furniture with beautiful rooms and an attentive staff. This out of the way inn is one that is worth the drive! We will most certainly stay here again!
Joseph Carey, Google
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I have stayed here twice and eaten at the restaurant many times. I love the atmosphere. The hotel is restored beautifully, the rooms are fun and themed, and the restaurant sometimes offers live music. The candy shop and the wine shop are fun to check out as well. The staff is friendly. I love coming here and there is nothing like this around this part of Indiana. It's a really neat place with touches of history to enjoy.
Emludwig, TripAdvisor
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This can be a destination hotel. You can come to Wabash just to stay in this completely remodeled old hotel. Wealthy patrons paid a small fortune to update this hotel and restaurant (Twenty is its name) without losing the 1920s charm of its founding. Ambience is amazing. You feel like you are walking into another era. You can't open the entrance doors because they automatically open with pressure sensors. Hospitality. Distinctive. Unique. Carefully restored.
Joelgeyer, TripAdvisor
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  • Charley Creek Inn 100th Anniversary

Charley Creek Inn 100th Anniversary

The Georgian Revival gem opened its doors May 6, 1920, as Hotel Indiana. After falling into disrepair throughout many lively decades, the gracious hotel obtained a new lease on life in 2007, when local philanthropist and historic preservation aficionado Richard E. Ford, of the Ford Meter Box family, bought the building and renovated it to perfection.
 
In honor of the milestone, the charming, boutique hotel is inviting travelers to enjoy Wabash's original central landmark with a memorial Centennial Package. The historic hotel will also mark the anniversary with a series of events and special promotions throughout the year.
CENTENNIAL PACKAGE

CENTENNIAL PACKAGE • STARTING AT $225

In honor of the milestone, enjoy Wabash's original central landmark with an overnight stay, $50 resort credit, and a commemorative 100th Anniversary collective wine gift box with two glasses and choice of "Centennial Cuvee" Dry Red Table Wine or "Centennial White Blend" Semi-Sweet White Table Wine. Charley Creek Inn has teamed up with 2019 Indiana Winery of the Year, Country Heritage Winery of LaOtto, Indiana, to create these two signature wines that express the best characteristics of the Midwestern climate and soil where they are grown. These signatures will also be available for purchase by the glass and bottle from the Wine & Cheese Shoppe and Twenty Restaurant
 
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CENTENNIAL COCKTAIL

CENTENNIAL COCKTAIL: WABASH CANNONBALL

A spin on El Presidente, which was popular the same decade as Charley Creek Inn opened, the Wabash Cannonball is made from Bacardi Tangerine Rum, Captain Morgan Pineapple Rum, Luxardo Cherry Liqueur, Elderflower Liqueur, lemon juice, apple cider, bitters, and Crème de Menthe.
 
 
 
QUARTERLY GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY

QUARTERLY GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY

Spend $100 during a visit (excluding banquet, gift card or hotel room purchases), and be entered in a quarterly drawing for a more elaborate prize, including the opportunity for a private dinner for four in the Cloud Club, wine tasting for 12 in The Courtyard, birthday party in the Ice Cream & Candy Shoppe, or overnight stay in a deluxe suite with Executive Chef Eric Wilson preparing a private dinner in the room.
 
 
 
BUSINESS CARD COMPETITION

BUSINESS CARD COMPETITION

Leave your business card with your server or in the box outside Twenty for chance to win a complimentary lunch. One giveaway each week.
 
 
FIRST FRIDAY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

FIRST FRIDAY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

Originally planned as part of the First Friday Centennial Celebration, the 100th Anniversary trivia contest has been made digital. Wabash history buffs or those just looking for a competition are encouraged to enter the contest at https://marketing410320.typeform.com/to/vw4Fou. Those who answer all questions correctly will be entered for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate. The winner will be contacted the week of May 18.
 
 
HOMEMADE FRENCH ONION SOUP

HOMEMADE FRENCH ONION SOUP

French Onion Soup made its debut on Twenty Restaurant's menu in 2010. While the dish is traditionally made with beef stock, Executive Chef Eric Wilson's variation features veal stock, caramelized onions, croutons and Gruyère cheese.
 

Events

Cloud Club Garden Party

CLOUD CLUB GARDEN PARTY • March 21, 6:30 p.m.

Savor breathtaking views of downtown Wabash and enjoy butler passed hors d'oeuvres and signature cocktails during this elegant social gathering.
 
 
 
 
First Friday Centennial Celebration, May 1

FIRST FRIDAY CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION • May 1

Explore Indiana's #7 Main Street, First Friday festival dedicated this month to honoring Charley Creek Inn's 100th Anniversary. Festivities will launch with an airplane towing a commemorative banner through downtown. Charley Creek Inn will host hotel tours from 5-8 p.m., offer complimentary passed hors d' oeuvres in the lobby, and sample their signature wines in the Wine & Cheese Shoppe. A trivia contest for a chance to win $50 will be conducted. The 2018 Voice of Wabash County winner, Dakota Ray Parker, will perform in The Courtyard.
 
 
 
Miami Street Block Party

MIAMI STREET BLOCK PARTY • May 2

The highlight of the year-long celebration features an antique car display, BBQ buffet, complimentary cake, performance by 3 in 1 Band, rooms dedication ceremony, and formal declaration of the anniversary.
 
 
 
Great Gatsby Dinner

GREAT GATSBY DINNER • June 14, 5 p.m.

In remembrance of the upscale, multi-course dining in 1920s that brings namesake to the private dinner room The Gatsby Room, Charley Creek Inn will host a lavish 5-course meal with Roaring 20s attire required.
 
 
 
 
Time Capsule Ceremony

TIME CAPSULE CEREMONY • December 31

The year-long celebration will conclude by preserving 100th Anniversary memorabilia in a time capsule.
 
 
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