Guesthouse is located in beautiful Greene County Tn with a view of farm lands and mountain landscape from your front porch. Very peaceful surroundings and starry nights. Hoot owls and train whistles are a frequent nightly sound and with Fall now in the air it's a great time to sit on the screened porch and soak in the quiet breezes and cooler temperatures.
Guest house sits on 33 acres of farm land along with our own cabin on the property. We have a 2 acre pond which hosts, blue gill, small mouth bass, crappie, catfish and wonderful singing bullfrogs. Animals on the property include very friendly; dogs, goats, pigs, horses and a cat.
Guests have the entire bottom floor of the cabin which includes a living room, kitchen, 2 full baths and two bedrooms. A covered front porch the length of the cabin with a knock out view and a deck off the top floor which you are welcome to relax on as well.
We live on the property as well, so we are always available.
Also offering private riding lessons, or day lesson for your children, especially if you would like to take the day for yourselves.
Carriage ride to Davy Crockett Birthplace State Park
6 hour Carriage ride to local BBQ
Visiting historical downtown Jonesborough is a must. Lots of things going on there as well as downtown Greeneville. Other nearby areas of interest are Ashville , Hot Springs NC and Bristol Motor Speedway.
Smoking is allowed outside, however, butts must be picked up and disposed of.
Conserve water usage as we are on well water.
We live in a very peaceful environment and discourage loudness.
Please keep pets on a leash when outside. Do not allow loose at any time unattended.
No littering or burning of plastic or Styrofoam. Wood/paper product only.
I actually do have a life motto in this world of procrastination and that is "Just Do It". I have always been one to try most things new, bungee jumping is not one of them. I love my family, my animals, and living life in general. I do like to take pause and smell the roses and relish in the beauty of the land in which we live. I moved a lot as a child and continued to do so until I found East Tn. Been here now for 30 years. One of my favorite moves was when I was in High School, we moved to Venezuela and I LOVED it there, at that time. It's very disheartening what has happened to that beautiful land and its people. As a child living in Key West in the 60's, I learned good work ethics while working on a charter boat called The Gulf Stream II. I have worked as a waitress, a hostess, a dental assistant (12 years), a credit union clerk (8 years), a breeder of horses, a riding instructor and I board and start horses. I started a horse and carriage business this year called Tymley Travel and I currently play in a Jazz Band, Concert Band and Handbell Choir at Tusculum College and I love to share my farm and farm animals with folks. Beware of Charlotte the pig, she will smear her muddy nose up your leg. YUK!