Old Dr. Cox Farm B & B


Built in the 1840's the farm once served as a Confederate Civil War hospital.  Later it was used as a cattle farm, a dairy farm, and pasture land.

Today the Old Dr. Cox Farm is also a working cattle farm with a variety of cows and all the activity that is necessary on a farm. In the farming community everyone is welcome and often times a local farmer or two might stop in for a cup of coffee and a visit with our company.

During your stay at Dr. Cox Farm, you are welcome to explore the old farmhouse and grounds. There is a fireplace in every room.  The wood floors are original as are the doors, ceilings and grand entrance hall.

In the front yard, under the grand Magnolia tree you will see the recently marked gravesite of Aaron Gage, a revolutionary war soldier.  There is a beautiful view of the Tennessee country side in all directions. You are welcome to explore the entire farm from pastures to woods.  Accompany John on his morning farm chores, where most of the cows are really friendly.

During your stay here at the Farm, you can choose to stay in the "Magnolia Room", which has a beautiful view of the majestic old magnolia tree in the front yard. This room features a king size bed and sitting area.  You may wish to stay in the "Quilt Room".  This room features a king size bed and sitting area. The collection of antique quilts and other memorabilia will take you back to the days of quilting circles and Grandma's house.

A Full breakfast is include with each nights stay.