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Recent Sewanee reviews

  • Comfortable Sewanee Homecoming

    "We were so pleased to find this cabin. Very comfortable and welcoming. Close enough to the University Campus to easily enjoy all the festivities, and then retreat to the quiet of the country. It was so nice to be able to bring our family pet with us. We would definitely stay again. Great value!"
    Guest: Anne M. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 15, 2014
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  • Cousins' Reunion

    "This cottage was perfect for our Cousins' Reunion! 4 Girl-Grandmother Cousins met here from 3 TN towns and 1 KS city to talk, laugh, cook, eat, share photos, reminisce, and laugh some more. The cottage is immaculately clean, and the owners are extremely helpful and friendly. We ate all our meals in the cottage except for one lunch in town at the Blue Chair Cafe--delicious. We enjoyed strolling downtown & browsing the shops. The cottage's kitchen was well-stocked with utensils and appliances. The bird feeders were well-stocked, too, so we saw many birds. Although it rained outside, we were warm & toasty. This is a wonderful get-away for anyone wanting peace, quiet, & to get back to Nature."
    Guest: Suzanne L. Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 3, 2014
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  • Great family weekend!

    "We were in Sewanee this past weekend for a family wedding and could have not found a better home to rent....the home is very clean and comfortable, the view is fantastic, we liked the deck and screened porch, the kitchen is very well equipped and the dining room and living room are spacious and our family enjoyed a fire in the fireplace. The water feature is beautiful and the setting is so nice and relaxing."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 14, 2014
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  • Sewanee Weekend

    "My family went to Sewanee and they were thrilled for us to meet there and spend the weekend together. Everything was just as advertised and we had a good time. We took walks and toured the campus. I was especially fascinated with the glass recycling and from my expedition there I learned about "growlers"."
    Guest: Roxanne Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 17, 2014
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Sewanee Travel Tips

Book Sewanee Vacation Rentals at the Domain

Sewanee, Tennessee is home of the University of the South, a 10,000+ acre campus also known as the Domain. Frequently rated as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the United States, Sewanee vacation rentals in this area are great for two reasons. You can enjoy quick access to campus when you stay in Tennessee Resorts in Sewanee, and you can enjoy the forests, lakes, meadows, and rock outcroppings where students find their inspiration.

Take a Daytrip to Tims Ford State Park

Tims Ford State Park is one of the most accommodating parks in Tennessee because of its size and everything it offers for families. The park is more than 400 acres of space where you can ride bikes, hike trails, and swim in a huge ultra modern pool. Sewanee cabins in the Tims Ford State Park area are secluded, so you can rest and relax in privacy, and they feature beautiful fireplaces to keep you warm when the weather cools off. A lake at Tims Ford State Park allows visitors the opportunity to try boating and fishing. Get all the supplies you need at the bait shop and, if you get lucky, you can stop by the fish cleaning area on your way home.

Cultivate Crimson Clover

Franklin County, Tennessee was the first place crimson clover was planted, thanks to Mr. John Ruch of the Belvidere Community in 1892. Commissioner Essary of France gave Ruch a peck of crimson clover seed, and it was 10 years later when Lee Ruch decided to plant it as a crop. The role of crimson clover in Tennessee history is exciting to learn about, as it grew from just one small flower bed to one of the primary crops grown and sold out of Tennessee.

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