Edgeworth Inn

19 Wilkins Avenue , Monteagle, TN 37356 États-Unis (Montrer le carte)
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Ambiance chaleureuse avec chintz, osier, des livres, des ventilateurs de plafond et la climatisation dans un village antique sur des Monteagle la Montagne. 200 pieds de vérandas fournissent amplement d'espace pour bascule loin le jour. Gastronomie 5 étoiles aux chandelles disponible tous les soirs sur réservation. Dans un village Chautauqua vieux de 115 ans: la randonnée, des panoramas et les merveilles naturelles de la région. À proximité de Jack Daniel Distillery, Université du Sud, Sewanee et Arnold Ingénierie, place guerre civile Chattanoga Verseau également. Pas de rabais sont offerts en haute saison ou les week-ends spéciaux.



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  • Chambre
  • Services4,4
  • Qualité/Prix4,2
  • Propreté3,8
  • Repas sur place4,3

Tennessee Treasure

4,2 sur août 13, 2012

Enchanting B&B in old B&B, superb meals and charming inn owner; the chef is a wonderful cook.

Very enjoyable weekend

4,2 sur janvier 20, 2012

If you have an opportunity to eat lunch or dinner there, DO IT.

Relaxing and Charming Bed and Breakfasst

4,2 sur novembre 30, 2011

The Edgeworth Inn was so charming. We enjoyed especially the historical significance of the inn. Breakfast was delicious and served with such style. More than any of this was the feelings of warmth and hospitality from our hostess. A wonderful experience that we hope to repeat in the future.

Wonderful Wedding Site

4,2 sur avril 22, 2011

The Edgeworth Inn provided a wonderful wedding experience. Our family found the Inn and it's staff to be the perfect fit for our event. The Chef made gourmet meals that worked with all sorts of special needs.

Edgeworth Inn: A splendid place to make, share, and store memories…

4,6 sur avril 20, 2011

Just back from a mid April family wedding staged and hosted by Edgeworth Inn. We occupied the entire place! - along with several other family members and participants who were housed in adjacent homes. Center of activity was the Inn: we ate every meal there. Together! (How this staff poured forth from this tiny kitchen these careful and delicious meals, and at such graceful pace, has me yet perplexed…) Bride and Groom are both beyond young (a euphemism for middle aged) so bring to the union the wisdom that knows how important is the bedrock and context of family. And so it was that kids and teenagers and parents and grandparents all gathered to celebrate this new union -- this commitment -- of love in this place. The Inn represented well this great expanse of represented ages, and times, and experiences. The halls, and floors, and stairs of this wondrous Inn exude and reek (and creak -- literally! When one is 115 years old, apologies for creaking seem unnecessary) of memories and happy days gone by. To these we added our own. Magnificent (maybe even stately?) ceilings on the first floor where all gatherings occurred. Meals, pre and post meal smalltalk, and a post wedding ceremony serenade by the Groom to his bride; all happened here. It’s where we huddled for warmth around the fires in the morning (coffee in hand) and, in the evening for that enchanting brew we concoct and call family. Two families, each doubled in size by the addition of the other, happened here. A sacred thing this; like new birth. Nothing else shall be quite the same hence forth. Lives in realignment. New people to belong to. New joys to share, and in time I suppose, heartbreaks also. That all happened here, at Edgeworth Inn, in mid April. A new family was born here, and our memories are embedded in the walls and floors of this place as are so many which have gone before us. You should come and instill some of your own into these walls, and floors. You shall be in good company.

Absolute Americana

4,2 sur avril 17, 2011

In 1892, 3 years before H.G. Wells publishing ‘The Time Machine’, the Monteagle Assembly was established. Today, passing through the gates of the Monteagle Assembly is a ride on a time machine back to when families built homes with porches meant for rocking chairs and there was time to be spent on a walk or reading a book. The assembly is enchanted. The homes are grand and the tree covered grounds surround walking paths and quiet gardens. Edgeworth Inn, originally Adams-Edgeworth Inn, was built around 1896. The house has an original quality which invites you to slow down. There are a variety of rooms which can accommodate different needs. We hosted our wedding at the Inn because we wanted a place for an intimate weekend with our immediate families. During breakfast on the first morning, when I asked different people “did you sleep well”, I was please to hear many say “the bed was amazing”. The staff served 3 meals a day for 30+ people and the food was great! The staff was accommodating, the location is quaint, there is plenty of hot water for a houseful, and there is ample space for children to play and adults to talk and for couples to get lost. Edgeworth Inn is not a Marriott, and that’s what we liked. The place has a unique charm that you rarely find.

wonderful inn

5 sur juin 25, 2009

I stayed at the Edgeworth Inn at Monteagle Assembly in June and enjoyed it immensely. The owner and staff were very welcoming, the room was comfortable and the food was great. What more can I say, it's a wonderful inn and I will return!

A place where time expands

5 sur juin 24, 2009

When was the last time you spent 24 hours without looking at your iPhone to check the time? I spent just one night at the Inn and felt as if I'd been gone a week. A week would feel like a sabbatical! Our huge four-poster bed was scrumptious and comfortable. It felt like jumping into a cupcake -- with sprinkles. The next morning we woke up slowly to delicious smells from the kitchen. A full, gourmet breakfast in a quaint, cheerfully decorated dining room. The proprietress came by to find out what we like to do and recommended a tennis clinic later that day (we went and had a blast). After breakfast, I sat on the porch storing up energy for a mid-morning walk, waving to neighbors and striking up friendships (who does that anymore?). We walked to an overlook with a breathtaking view of the valley with some of our newfound porch friends. A Monteagle Assembly regular invited us in to his cabin for a visit afterward. A fabulous caterer from Nashville cooked lunch in the Assembly cafeteria. This was no cafeteria food but surprising elegant -- and affordable. After our tennis lesson and a quick clothes change, we went back to real life. What a delightful day. It's not just about the beautiful old building that houses the Inn but the lifestyle that comes with it. The fact that your pulse slows and you remember what it means to have a chat on the porch and enjoy a cup of ice tea that isn't in your car cupholder. It's a place where doors aren't locked and social networking means saying "hey" to Aunt Bea. Do yourself a favor and try it out. It may add years to your life, and for sure HOURS to your day.

I want to live at the Edgeworth!

5 sur juin 24, 2009

I adore this inn, and I say this as an informed traveler who stays at lots of inns. Our room, and the others (which I managed to peek at) were elegant in the best, most relaxed sense of the word. The inn is rather like staying at your favorite aunt's home, if your aunt pampered you silly and had a great eye for art. Comfortable beds, beautifully decorated private rooms and common rooms -- the library is so well stocked and comfy! And the food is amazing. I lived in France for a decade and have eaten some great food -- this is on par. The deep shaded porch with its abundant rocking chairs is the perfect place to sip some ice tea and read a book, or chat with residents of Monteagle, which is a place so magical it deserves its own write up. I noticed that someone posted an extremely harsh review on this site, and frankly, I'm stumped -- did they stay at the same inn I did? Hard to believe, since my experience was so very different. Yes, there are a few outdoor cats, but they were very well behaved and the inn was extremely well-kept and clean. The staff was charming and helpful and made us feel like family. They guided us to some nearby attractions like "The Fiery Gizzard," a beautiful nearby hike. All in all, an outstanding experience. We look forward to our next visit.

Southern Hospitality

3,4 sur juin 05, 2009

It's the charm and warmth of the folks who run the inn that has made Edgeworth Inn our place to stay every Parent's Weekend at Sewanee. The inn is quaint beyond description. The rocking chairs on the wrap around porch make the ideal spot to meet and greet or share an evening drink with other guests. If you're looking for a host of modern conveniences or a luxurious room, it's not the place for you. However, if you embrace the wholesomeness of pure Southern Hospitality, the quietness and peacefulness of beautiful surroundings, and folks who remember you year after year then come to the mountain and become a part of the Edgeworth family.

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Chambres & Prix

Une. Rose Haven

Murs bleu pâle avec lambris blanc font de cette grande salle de coin ensoleillé gai et accueillant. Un écart coloré de rose à motifs orne un lit king-size Californie en bois sculpté. Salle de bain attenante dispose d'une baignoire et d'une douche à pattes antique.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 XL (180 et +)

Prix par nuit: $165 - $165

2. suite de forsythia

Un mélange de chintz fleuri améliore antique lit king-size de cette chambre, le lit double se trouve dans une chambre verte corrner, une salle de bain privée avec baignoire à pattes antique et douche, cheminée anglais.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 XL (180 et +) , 1 Jumeau

Prix par nuit: $180 - $180

4. Crépuscule Blue Room

Toutes les variétés possibles de fleurs bleues abondent dans ce havre populaire. D'un lit king-size-lit, on peut voir les motifs de village victorien. Salle de bain attenante offre une baignoire à pattes antique et douche.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 XL (180 et +)

Prix par nuit: $165 - $165

5. Bois Haven

Tissu d'hortensia vert et les copies de la flore et de la faune évoquent un sentiment de lumière et aéré, dans cette salle de coin tranquille. Deux lits doubles et joint salle de bain privée avec baignoire à pattes antique et douche.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 2 Double (130 / 140)

Prix par nuit: $155 - $155

6.Natchez Trace

Cet endroit ensoleillé, à l'origine partie de la maison de transport, offre une vue sur l'étang dans le jardin arrière. Confort incluent une vue imprenable en été, lit king size, d'une salle de bain attenante privée avec baignoire et douche à pattes.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 XL (180 et +)

Prix par nuit: $175 - $175

7. Vue sur le jardin

Profitez d'une entrée privée, deux lits jumeaux et salle de bain attenante avec une baignoire / douche.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 2 Jumeau

Prix par nuit: $165 - $165

9. Suite Familiale

Cette suite spacieuse en rez de jardin dispose de sa propre petite cuisine et salle de bains / douche. Le salon noyer lambrissée avec télévision par câble offre un lit double, un canapé qui s'ouvre sur un lit double. La chambre a un lit queen, deux chambres ouvrir par des portes françaises à la véranda.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 L (160) , 1 Double (130 / 140) , 1 Jumeau

Prix par nuit: $200 - $200

10. Collage victorien

Les portes françaises mènent sur la véranda de cette pièce gracieuse avec des plafonds de douze pieds et Alice au pays des merveilles couvert. Avec le lit king-size et télévision par câble, la chambre est complétée par une salle de bain privée avec un bain à pieds antique et douche, cheminée anglais.

  • Capacité max.
  • Salle de bain Salle de bain privée
  • Lits 1 L (160)

Prix par nuit: $175 - $175



Type D'emplacement

A la montagne


Chattanooga, TN (CHA-Lovell Field)

Comment venir à la propriété:

I-24, sortie 134, à droite 4/10 mile gauche sur l'avenue de l'Assemblée. En Assemblée Monteagle droite au bas de la colline suivre les panneaux 1/10 mile Inn.

Attractions touristiques

Antiquaires , Aquarium , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Sites historiques, Lac, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Jack Daniels Distillery, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Entreprise vinicole, Zoo

Descriptif du B&B

Type de propriété

Historic Inn

Equipements du B&B

Jeux de société, Lecteur CD, Ordinateur, Salles de conférence, Copieur, Lecteur DVD, Bureau, Fax, Bibliothèque, Entrée indépendante, Radio, Secrétariat, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Films, Machine à laver/sèche-linge, Equipé pour les mariages, Espace bar, Internet par câble , Piscine en mois d'été

Equipements du chambre

Climatisation, Réveil, Peignoirs, Ventilateurs de plafond, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Wi-Fi

Activités sur place

Pistes cyclables, Observation d'oiseau, Pêche, Golf, Sentiers de randonnée , Chasse, Parcs Cumberland essais, Shopping, Excursion, Natation, Terrain de tennis



  • Arrivée:: 16:00 CST
  • Départ:: 11 heures CST
  • Ouvert toute l'année: Oui
  • Fumeurs admis: Uniquement à l’extérieur À l'extérieur seulement sur Porches, pas à l'intérieur Inn
  • Consommation d'alcool autorisée : Oui
  • L'alcool est fourni Non
  • Convient aux enfants: Oui
  • Garderie: Sous conditions Appel pour plus de détails.
  • Animaux admis: Oui petits animaux de compagnie avec un avis et une taxe de 25 $ animal et par jour
  • Accès pour handicapés Sous conditions

Conditions Générales

  • Durée minimum: sur la plupart des week-ends
  • Paiements acceptés VISA, Discover, Mastercard, Diners club, Personal checks, Cash
  • Arrhes/acompte requis: one night stay
  • Conditions d'annulation: Nous exigeons un préavis de 2 semaines sur l'annulation, aucun remboursement sauf si nous pouvons relouer la chambre, alors il ya une charge de 25,00 $.


Noms du propriétaires

Jeannine Clements, & Karen McFarland

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déjeuner les weekends complets

  • Heure du service: 8 heures 30-09h30 CST
  • Lieu du service: Salle à manger, Espace petit-déjeuner/dîner

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