Old-fashioned Southern hospitality in a middle Tennessee retreat.
Snuggled away in the rolling hills of middle Tennessee, this quaint B&B offers just the setting for a day or two of R&R (tourists beware of competition from local travelers). Built in the 1940s and fully restored in 1992, it’s known for good food and friendly folk, exuding a good, old down-home feel. Each room features private bath facilities and is furnished in antiques. The five bedrooms in the main house have one distinct advantage over the two cottages ... the smell of breakfast being cooked. If you like to prepare your own meals, the cottages have their own kitchens. Keep in mind that this is a place made for unwinding---white wicker chairs adorn the glassed-in porch, the working fireplace in the living room is constantly stoked during the season, and there are plenty of books around, in case you didn’t bring one of your own. For a bit of privacy, join the ducks down on Luther Lake.