Escape to the country, and be transported to simpler times by staying in our 1829 Carriage House while enjoying modern amenities.
There are many places around this historic property where you can sit and enjoy the outdoors, around the carriage house, or on the 1855 main home's wrap around gallery. The grounds are a wonderful area to explore and a photographer's paradise.
The Main Home was built by John and Frances Louise Murdoch. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was completed in 1855. It is the finest example of Italianate Revival Architecture in Claiborne County. The home is available for tours.
The Pond Cottage is half of the original Dog Trot style circa 1820 home that was built prior to larger main home on the property. It will be renovated in the future.
The Pool House is connected to the original dependency which now contains the office. At one time this would have been the kitchen and root cellar, circa 1820.
The Carriage House dates back to circa 1820. The Interior contains 6 Bed and Breakfast suites.
Next to the carriage house is Ben's Cabin dating back to circa 1820. It will be renovated in the future.
The Event Center is a converted Dairy Barn that has a huge double sided stone fireplace as its focal point. This area is available for meetings, scrapbooking, family reunions, receptions.....