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In my travels, I don't often stay at Bed & Breakfast. However in the last 5 months I have stayed in a couple. None of them come close to Armour's. Debbie the owner is an incredible cook.. and I eat out 3 meals a day...More
we found this historic part of Tennessee by staying off the interstate highways and wandering the back roads. After reading Blue Highways this is our preferred way to travel. We had no reservation and we were lost, looking for lodging we found signs for Historic...More
I travel to Middle Tennessee on business occasionally and have made it a point to stay at Armour's Hotel since discovering it earlier this year. The owners Dennis and Debbie are literally some of the nicest and genuine folks you could ever hope to meet...More
I stayed here with a companion for a wedding in the area. She is an increadible woman and I was hoping for nothing less than a completely charming B&B experience for her. This was it. The building itself is slowly getting renovated because it's an...More
We had a family wedding in the area and many members of our family stayed here and had such a wonderful experience! Dennis and Debbie are fabulous hosts, making you feel so welcome and cared for. We had one of the suites and it was...More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety... More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety grab bars in the bath/shower and also immediately next to the commode ... but the only possible issue might be the door to the bathroom which is a narrow 23" or so due to this being a 90-year old building. A normal wheelchair will not fit through that doorway. Hope this helps.