About the Inn

The Innkeepers

Bob and Jane Blakey purchased this 1909 American Four Square home in 2004 and after extensive renovations (we have a notebook full of pictures!), opened in 2006. Jane is a retired librarian and is very active in the community, and is a board member of the Tennessee Bed and Breakfast Association and a member of the Professional Association of Innkeepers International.  She'll share information about programs from a variety of places of interest such as Tennessee Miller Coliseum, the Discovery Center, Stones River National Battlefield and Middle Tennessee State University.

Breakfast

The Table is set for the full gourmet breakfast that each guests receives.  Breakfast includes coffee or tea, juice, breakfast parfait or fresh fruit, egg casserole dish, sausage or bacon, potato cakes or grits, and freshly baked bread.  Most special diets can be accommodated with advance notice.

Guest Rooms

$100 nightly (plus tax)

The inn has two guest rooms, one upstairs and one downstairs.  Both feature queen beds, cable television, DVD player and full private baths.

The Quilt Room

Located downstairs, the Quilt Room is a very cozy room with queen-size sleigh bed and a variety of decorative quilts.  The appliqued quilt on the wall was pieced by Jane's mother over 30 years ago, and a small framed friendship quilt hangs on another wall.  The fireplace is one of six in the house; a private bath adjoins the room.

The Eastlake Room

Located upstairs, the Eastlake Room is very light and airy. It features a queen bed and room to accommodate a rollaway bed ($35 extra).  The room has several pieces of East-lake style furniture popular at the turn of the 20th century.  The full private bath is across the hall and is for the exclusive use of guests of the Eastlake Room.

Policies

  • Rates are $100 nightly (plus tax) based on double occupancy
  • Additional guest in Eastlake room can be accommodated for additional $35
  • Payment is by personal check or cash
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