This is a large bedroom on the first floor with a king bed and also a sofa that will fold out into a king bed if needed. It has a bath with tub and shower, and door to the back deck for pleasant evenings under the stars.
This home was built specifically as a bed and breakfast, with five bedrooms with private baths, a large living/gathering room, a meditation room and a well equipped kitchen and dining room. It also features a wrap-around porch with rockers. It is simply and comfortably furnished.
Guests can opt for a continental breakfast at a small additional charge, or simply purchase their own groceries and cook their meals at the Inn in the shared kitchen. A country cafe is within walking distance and serves a good and inexpensive full breakfast. Access to the attached spa room with infrared sauna, hot tub and exercise equipment can be rented by the day for an additional $10 fee per room.
Guests are greeted by the owners and oriented to the Inn as well as surrounding area, if desired. Guests will have their own front door key and private room key so they can come and go as they choose. The two owners of the Inn are licensed health professionals and do not live on the premises.
The Inn sits on an acre of land off of a quiet main street. Local cafe, post office, churches and trails are within an easy walk. Located less than two hours from Knoxville, Chattanooga and Nashville for easy day trips. In the heart of several majestic waterfall hiking trails, caves and world class golf resorts.
No convenient local transportation. Guests will need to use their own vehicle for going any distance from the Inn. Parking is included.
Rebecca and Jerry, the owners of this Inn, are two licensed mental health professionals who purchased this home to offer a clean, simple, economical place for others to enjoy the beauty of the Cumberland Plateau . We both enjoy welcoming guests to our place and being available as needed...but we don't live there (we're only two miles away) and trust that you will make yourselves at home. We are both organic gardeners, use alternative sources of energy, are committed to health and healing for ourselves and for the planet.