Stay Down on the Farm, Country Guest House on 100 Acres


 Innkeepers / Posted 5 years ago by the CHN / 2608 views

Peaceful Country Guest House on 100 Acres: This home is modern yet one feels nostalgic and a piece of the past because of the antique furnishings and old timbers. It has fresh vibrant colors and modern high intensity lighting. However they can be adjusted to give a peaceful serene atmosphere. Equipped with a full kitchen, it allows options for dining in or out. Very comfortable sleeping, cable TV and best of all is the privacy and the numerous wooded walking trails for exercising and clearing the head. There are several old log building on the property and others going up.

Legacy Membership Level : Gold
Legacy Membership Expiration : 2016-06-30
Owners : Billy and Beth Wilkinson
Continent : North America
Add Interested : No
tollfree : 615-426-2151
Number of Rooms : 3 Bedroom House
checkin : 03:00:00
checkout : 11:00:00
Highest Rate : 135
High Rate Deci : 135
Lowest Rate : 95
Low Rate Deci : 95
Currency Accepted : USD
tax : 925
Payment Types Accepted : ~Visa~~Mastercard~Cash, Check, Money Order
Other Payment Types : No
Season Start : open year round
Season End : Open Year Round
room comments : Country Stay Yet Nashville is Only 25 Miles Away: If you are coming to Nashville or the Middle Tennessee area on business or pleasure you are just minutes from where you need to be in Middle Tennessee. We have lots of brochures of Sumner County, Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky. Members of the Portland Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and the White House Tennessee Chamber of Commerce and the Sumner County Tourism Board. We are ready to make you visit as comfortable as we possibly can.
blackouts : Major Holidays, Major Nashville and Local Events
posted : 13/11/07 10:37
Status : Active
Emergency Lodge : Yes
Emergency Terms : Short Term emergency as availability allows.
Latitude : 36.510611
Longitude : -86.598712
Authorized Editor : Billy Wilkinson
State : Tennessee
City : Cottontown
Long Term Stay Available : No