|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Beautifully Appointed ~ Private Cottage ~ Quiet and Cozy... Just a wonderful place to relax and rejuvenate!
* Country Setting on 100 Acres
* Central Heat & Air
* Furnished & Decorated with Antiques
* Beautiful Hardwood Floors
* Kitchen, Cookware, Dishes
* Washer & Dryer, Ironing Board & Iron
* Morning and Evening Porch with Chairs
* Excellent Adjustable Lighting
* Business Class, Blazing Fast Internet WIFI
Lovely Landscaping and Pastoral Views with Numerous Wooded Walking Trails.
The House and property has more than you can get at a hotel or motel at a comparable price.
Peaceful Country Cottage on 100 Acres: This home is modern yet one feels nostalgic and a piece of the past because of the 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. WIFI is business class and really fast.
Country Stay Yet Nashville is Only 25 Miles Away: Locally there is Sumner Crest Winery, they have some great wines and very interesting antiques. Bradley Acres farm offers berry picking and orchards plus their greenhouses are full of plants and flowers. There is Thomas Drugs that is on the National Register of Historic Places, they have an old soda fountain and the best malts and shakes ever.
Carriage Rides: At Stay Down On The Farm you/we can arrange carriage rides. Take a carriage ride to the orchard. Down the hill, along the creek and over to Bradley acres for some fresh berries or fruit. May thru fall is time for berries and fruit.
Beth has taught school for 31 years and is now retired to spend time with the house and our guest. I work for a vitamin supplement manufacturer as operations director.
Billy or Beth Wilkinson purchased this farmhouse in 2007
It has been a 25 dream to share our property with others. All those years ago when we started planting pine trees (near 10,000) on the place we began to have a vision of people coming to share this wonderful place. We dreamed of building cabins for people to come and enjoy the farm and the outdoors. We enjoy the fellowship and friendship. It is our desire to share some of ourselves and for you to share some of yourself with us.
We stayed at the Little Red Farm last August (2009). I have thought about our vacation many many times since, but never added a comment. When researching for vacation this year, I was reminded of the "Farm" and what an incredibly fun time we had. I decided it was about time I let others know of a "jewel of the south". It was our first family vacation in decades. We all had a fabulous time cooking in the great country kitchen, walking the paths, cat-fishing, roasting marshmallows around the campfire pit(never laughed so hard in my life). We were in a peaceful quiet area but still close to all the excitement of Nashville. And Billy and Beth were absolutely marvelous hosts. So kind and considerate and helpful with things to do and places to see. We hope to go back to the "Farm" again.
Stay Down on the Farm was truly a home away from home. The fully equipped kitchen cut down on our dining out costs. We enjoyed peaceful country solitude yet we were at the Grand Ole Opry in 30 minutes in Nashville. Each time we sat on the porch we were joined by hummingbirds that seemed as curious about us as we were about them. By far the best place we have ever stayed away from home.
We rented the Little Red farm house it was very clean and fully furnished with everything you needed. Beth met us upon our arrival and showed us around. She told us of places to dine in the area. It sits on a very nice piece of property and is very quiet and peaceful. Would definitely stay there again.
My family of 6 went and stayed the entire week down on the farm and had a blast. We were able to go see all the sights we wanted and at night come home to a beautiful, comfortable place. We even had a few campfires. It was a great experience and I would do it again. The house was clean, beautiful, and had everything we needed plus more.
The little Red Farm house is very charming and comfortable. We were quite impressed with the cleanliness and loved the crisp fresh bedding. everyone was delighted to get up in the morning and start their day in the Little Red Farm House. The grounds with groomed trails and catfish pond were perfect for that morning stretch before running off for the day. After returning from the city the porch or the swing at the pond was a peaceful place to relax. Our children even decided we should rest a day and enjoy the farm picking giant black berries and trying to catch butterflies. Great place to stay, so charming!
Really enjoyed our stay here, very relaxing to stay out in the country but yet a short drive in to Nashville. The renovations to the house are very well done, and everything is spotless. The owners couldn't be nicer and are very accommodating. Will definitely try to stay here again the next time we stay in Nashville.
This was a great place to stay. The host Beth and Billy were very kind and took time to make sure we were comfortable and well cared for. The home was clean and beautiful.
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Notes: Rates are based on 2 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest|
1st night is charged after confirmation of booking. Authorized 5 days out and balance is charged on departure. Nightly rate is for 2 people, $10 per night each additional guest.
PETS. We accept 1 possibly 2 Dogs (and birds in a cage), NO CATS, with the following stipulations. Inside we allow small, mature, well behaved pets. They must be over 2 years of age, not more than apx. 20 lbs .
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (USD) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.