Twenty-five acres of working farm and planted fields. The 1950’s farmhouse stands in the shadow of the three-story tobacco barn, on which hangs an historic barn quilt—the Emancipation Journey.
The farmhouse received a regional award for Interior Restoration from the Heritage Alliance. Spiritual and patriotic wall décor and braided rugs on hardwood floors compliment authentic vintage furnishings.
Divided into two sections; you can enjoy the entire 1300sq. ft. farmhouse, or the original 700sq. ft. house.The 250sq. ft. covered porch and 350sq. ft. deck with a grill are inviting amenities.
The original house includes a bedroom with a double bed, full bath, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, and laundry room. The 1980’s addition includes a bedroom with two single beds, a full bath, and the den with a gas fireplace and queen pullout sofa.
The front porch and rear deck offer sanctuary, solitude, and peace. Contented cows meander to the barn at feeding time and barn cats call this place home. Nightfall brings visions of glorious sunsets, the sound of crickets and a stargazing paradise.
A continental breakfast is provided at the farmhouse or by arrangement at the Embree House
Nightly Rates: Original House $110, two guests; Original House plus the den $160, four guests; Entire House $195, six guests
A complimentary Historic House Tour, Embree House Family Christmas or an hour to discuss parenting is included with a minimum 3 night entire house stay upon request and availability
Because this is a restored house with vintage furnishings, the dwelling is not child friendly. Well behaved children are welcome.
Rates vary for special events; minimum stay may be required
Discount: 10% for a full week, 20% for two weeks
For more information, call proprietor Patrick Stern at 423-913-3812 (wait 8 rings to leave a message)