The Has Bin = The sweetest little spot in the middle of nowhere (and I can say that because I'm from a patch of nowhere, myself) with an uninterrupted view of both the sunset and the sunrise.
The accommodation (a quaintly-decorated, two-story converted grain bin with queen bed loft, sitting room, stocked kitchenette, double-wide hammock, multiple porches, and fire pit) is especially perfect for a honeymoon, anniversary... or romantic getaway.
The hostess, Mary Kay, cooks love right into her food -- from the welcome snack to the morning spread -- it's all freshness, thoughtfulness, and deliciousness. We arrived to a cute little sign on the antique oven wishing us a happy anniversary and two ample slices of freshly-baked pumpkin spice cake. Coffee, tea, milk, juice and bottled water were available in the fridge upon arrival. We chose to drive into Danville, IL (about 15 minutes away) for groceries and then cooked steaks (and s'mores!) on the grill at sunset. Everything we needed -- from charcoal to tongs -- was waiting for us. A freshly-baked frittata breakfast was served on our schedule. It was accompanied by cinnamony baked apples and warm banana bread. (Mmm... still dreaming about those apples!)
Sure, there are rules: No pets. No kids under 12. Check-in at 3:00 p.m. Check-out at 11:00 a.m.
And, you need to understand that you're in the country... on a working farm. You'll hear critters and crickets and the occasional passing train (they stock earplugs in the nightstand in case you're a city slicker). But the value for the price (especially since you're also getting breakfast, a snack, all the beverages you'll need, campfire kit, and fairly free-range access to the property) is unsurpassed.
If you're looking for a place with lightning-speed wifi, or state-of-the-art gyms, or even barely adequate cell service: you're plain outa luck. But if you're searching for a serene little spot to unjangle those nerves, and finish sentences, and breath a little slower... THIS is where they hide that magic!