"A quiet, humble home on the Cumberland River," where you can go back in time and relax. The Inn was built in 1892.
Lyle Room – $95* located in the front of the house and has a fireplace, king size bed, private bath with claw foot tub in the room.
The Lyle room is located on the second floor in the front of the house and has a fireplace, king size bed, private bath with claw foot tub in the room.
The Lyle Room is named after Arch and Edwina Lyle. Arch was the grandson of Maj. Lewis. He was raised here on the farm after his mother, Mary, died when he and his sisters were very young. Arch married Edwina Holland of Nashville in 1943. This was their room when they first were married. Mr Arch had a farming accident which caused him to lose one arm. After this they moved their room downstairs because it was to hard to carry wood up the steps during the winter for the fireplace. This room is decorated with the comforting feel of lavender colors and Victorian. Double occupancy, includes full country breakfast.
Extended Stay – We offer daily and weekly extended stay with home cooked meals available.
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This historical home has always held a special place in the heart of my family as well as that of many others. Lylewood Christian Camp is located right behind and adjacent to this farm. For all of us who grew up attending the camp, this home was part of the camp. Arch and Edwina Lyle were like our summer grandparents, and as camp kids we all grew up coming to the porch to sing our camp songs. It was our home away from home in the summer. Raised on a farm in Pegram Tenn. I have always enjoyed the serenity of country life. When the opportunity to purchase this farm in 2001 was brought to my attention, it was a leap of faith and a desire to save a piece of history that drew me here. My children, Luke and Audrey, were very excited to be at camp all year long and finished their primary schooling here. Lots of hard work and many blisters later, we are open for business, but it is still a work in progress. My children and I still work at the camp in all our spare time (of course there really is no spare time). The children are now moved out on their own and my years of experience as a caterer, seamstress, and mom are what I use to give the feel of home when you visit here. I love to cook and love my animals. I have visited many bed and breakfast, and always felt some were lacking in the personal touch. I want people to feel they are part of the family while here. I have always lived my life sharing my home with others, so this is no new feat for me. I enjoy folks who come my way and enjoy the simple things while taking time to get away from it all. This is my haven of peace God has blessed me with and I want to share it with you.