Come stay on this 1860s farm once owned by famous distiller Jack Daniel's brother, a few miles from Lynchburg and Fayetteville. Take a scenic drive from Music City Nashville, outdoorsy Chattanooga, or space and rocket Huntsville. Staying at this historic farm is an experience all its own. If you are traveling with friends, check with us to see if there is room in the farmhouse B&B.
A regular booking now comes with an all-organic breakfast for two delivered to your door to enjoy in the privacy of your cottage. You can opt out of breakfast if you want by letting us know and it will be deducted from your fees. Breakfast choices depend on what is in season but generally you can choose from a freshly baked French baguette with either Brie or Dutch Gouda, an egg Fritata with fresh garden vegetables, and a seasonal fruit and orange juice. Other options can be discussed - we aim to fill you up with something healthy to start your day. No need to guess or read labels, we have done that for you! Peace of mind at last!
You will love the view of the deer and sheep from your window, or while enjoying some porch moments. The Cottage is part of Mulberry Lavender Farm ( in the quaint town of Mulberry, with a rich history all its own).
Amenities include a full bathroom with a large soaking tub, and separate shower. There was no WIFI in 1860 and there is none now unless your phone provides you with a hotspot. There is a small kitchen with refrigerator and coffee maker. A log hearth to keep away the chill.
The cottage is located on a working farm with livestock and wildlife, so caution and respect for the animals is required. There are dogs and cats on the premises, and although we love pets, any visiting pets are only accepted on an individual basis, after evaluating the risk they may pose to pets, free-ranging chickens, livestock, and the local wildlife.
The whole farm, including the house and grounds is a non-tobacco environment. This means no smoking, no smokeless tobacco (chew), nor vaping. Tobacco puts the lavender at risk of being infected with TMV (Tobacco Mosaic Virus).
You can shop for homegrown lavender products, bronze art, and regional crafts in the farm store. Pure honey from the farm's bees, and Lavender Essential Oil, Navajo Churro Wool, and lots more. Your breakfast will include some of our culinary lavender products, straight from the farm (Herbes de Provence, Alderwood Smoked Seasalt with our Royal Velvet Lavender, and if available Lavender Honey).