Tims Ford Lake House Rental Photos and Description
Belle Fleur Cottage - Experience Real Southern Living. Make yourself some Sweet Tea or maybe a Mint Julep in the gourmet kitchen and sit on the screened back porch and watch the Fireflies and wildlife or sit and rock on the front porch. Have your meals at the kitchen table or set a real southern meal in the Formal Dinning Room. Roast marshmallows over a hickory fire in the fire pit off the back deck or walk out the front door and down to the creek and listen the the frogs. Round up the whole clan, we can sleep nine in this three bedroom with two bath home. Two in the king master with en-suite bath and private patio. Two in a full, and five with a queen, and a full and twin bunk. No need to hurry back home, you can do all your laundry in the laundry room and stay in touch with the WiFi or use the guest computer. Get the family together in the Living room ( parlor ) for video games, TV, movies, or old fashion board games ( our favorite ). Walk across the foot bridge and onto the Lynchburg square or around the corner to take the tour of the Jack Daniel's distillery. No need to bring anything but your clothes we will set you up with all household items. Come see us if you can.
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
About Leilani Kerce
We live and farm 5 miles west of Lynchburg. We are transplants from the Pacific NW. We have been in Tennessee since 1999 and will never leave.We are living our dream.
Leilani Kerce purchased this house in 2001
Why Leilani Kerce chose Tims Ford Lake
We remodeled this 1898 home for our mother. She lived here until her passing in 2010. She loved to have people come visit so using it for family visits and as a vacation rental keeps people coming to her home
What makes this house unique
The house is uniquely situated. It boarders the town square and the Jack Daniel distillery so you can leave your car parked. Once you have done the walking local things this becomes the perfect base from which to explore middle Tennessee and northern Alabama from. People that have stayed with us comment that they felt that they actually experienced the area not just visited