We very much enjoyed our stay at this spot. It's quite roomy and well stocked for a weekend. We played games, watched TV, and enjoyed the sunroom during the downtime we had. One of the bed is a bit firmer while the other on the soft side. I texted the owner's a question while we were there and received a very prompt reply, which is always reassuring. There was coffee in the fridge, and lots of towels in the linen closet. There is a Publix nearby, with a Whole Foods a bit further, but still close.
Our first night there, we drove down and parked about a block up from Walnut Street Bridge, which is for pedestrians only. The kids were able to run and play after an unusually long car ride, and we worked up an appetite walking around before returning to eat at a Beast & Barrel, which was pretty good. Dessert at Clumpy's finished the meal.
We drove over to have breakfast at a way too hipster spot that I won't recommend, as it took way too long to get our mediocre food. But we very much enjoyed the very crowded aquarium and then dinner at Bea's Restaurant, which is southern home cooking worth driving to the other side of Chattanooga to experience. The chicken and dumplings were perfect, and the server couldn't keep enough fried okra on the table. The sweet tea was spot on!
Sunday brought breakfast at Tupelo Honey, which was good, but I don't recommend the french toast. Everything else was great. Be sure to visit the 1894 Dentzel carousel at Coolidge Park, which is under the pedestrian bridge. It's so pretty and fun. There was free music in the park when we were there, and the kids had so much fun running around. We stopped by a local candy shop that made my 3 yr old girl literally jump for joy at the entrance of the Walnut Street Bridge.
We will be back to Chattanooga for another getaway weekend, and if this spot's free, we'll book it. Thanks so much!