About this rental
Rooms & beds
Bedrooms: 2(Sleeps: 5)
Additional Guest Accommodations
sleep sofa /futon
Ensuite Master Bathroom, 1
Toilet · Shower
Larger Bathroom, 2
Toilet · Combination tub/shower
- 100% refund of amount paid if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund of amount paid (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Check in after 4:00 PM
Check out before 10:00 AM
Maximum overnight guests: 5 (sleeps up to 5 adults)Each child counts as a guest, regardless of age.
Minimum age to rent: 25
Not handicapped accessible
For safety of guests, property - "No Fire Pit" policy
Change or set-up of passwords not allowed
Cleaned with disinfectant
Minimum 1-day vacancy between guest stays
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
Follows industry health association: SafeStay (AHLA - USA)
Hosted by Jim and Pam RogersAsk a question
About Jim and Pam Rogers
Jim and Pam Rogers, The Dock Barnard Farm's owners, are lifetime residents of Franklin. In fact, Jim's family has been farming in the Iotla Valley since 1879. They live nearby, less than a mile from the Dock Barnard Farm, and they love to meet new folks and provide the perfect home-away-from-home for the enjoyment of their guests! In fact, The Dock Barnard Farm is the second of two historic properties Jim and Pam have preserved and have made available as vacation homes. The Old Campbell Farm, a wonderful blend of 1884 log cabin exterior and modern interior, is located less than a half-mile away. The properties complement one another and can make the perfect combination for larger-family vacations.
Why Jim and Pam Rogers chose Macon County
The Dock Barnard Farm was passed down through the generations to Jim and his first cousins on the Barnard side of the family. Jim and Pam were fortunate to buy out the cousins' interest in the property in late 2014, at which time it became a part of the Rogers' larger 350-acre working farm where they specialize in growing Angus cattle and timber. The small fields at the Dock Barnard Farm produce hay each year for their cattle herd. But more importantly, restoring and preserving The Dock Barnard Farm, a truly wonderful historical treasure, has been a privilege and a pleasure! No doubt Dock and Ellen Barnard would be thrilled their home has been restored to its original beautiful condition!!
What makes this House unique
Beyond the sentimental family attachment to The Dock Barnard Farm, Jim and Pam fell in love with the Folk Victorian architecture, the view from the front porch, watching for woodland creatures and birds from the rocking chairs on the wrap-around screen porch, and the opportunity to reclaim poplar and chestnut lumber on the property to use as accents inside the home.