Pricing is $125/night + $17 tax for total of $142
Inside this haven there are comforts of a forgotten time, and some modern amenities – just enough to be comfortable. It is peaceful country living at it's best. Birds sing as you have morning coffee on the screened in porch. 30 miles from Nashville, 8 miles from Lieper's Fork.
Close to the northern start of the Natchez Trace, with safe parking for vehicles while riding the Trace, Hummingbird Haven is ideal lodging for cyclists.
No smoking in the cabin. This is done for the well being of our guests with severe allergies. Smoking is allowed on the screened in porch. Limited Internet and cell phone usage. Wifi available 4 miles away. There is a charge for any additional guests. The Dog's name is Peppi. She is a catahula. Peppi is friendly and knows the word "no". Please do not allow her to jump on you. Purrs-A-Lot, PAL, the cat thinks he is a dog. Most of the time, he plays very lovingly. He has all his claws and occasionally does get play rough. Push him away if he does. At all times watch him with young children. We do not want anyone to get hurt. The cabin's water is tested, fresh spring water. Enjoy hot showers without worrying about the person after you. We recycle. Thanks for doing the same! Help us keep our costs low by turning air conditioning or heat down when you go out. Enjoy the area by the creek, including the hammock and the fire-pit.
Most importantly, "get away", relax, enjoy yourself. Your responsibilities of life will be waiting for you when you get home. If you have a question, or a need, please walk across the yard to our cabin and ask. You can't bother us, even late at night. We would rather be woke than you to be experiencing a "cabin glitch". We particularly like to be interrupted, if we are working. We want you to enjoy your stay and are glad you are here.
We are not dull or boring. Both of us are very involved in our wonderful country community. We love to travel and do so at every opportunity. (We have an amazing concierge, who is your host when we are gone.) Tony was born in Buffalo, New York. He then lived in Montreal, Canada, where he learned a little French. Before he came to Tennessee, to find and marry me, he enjoyed Hawaii for 12 years. I am a Minnesota country girl that grew up on a dairy farm. I herald from a large family, 6 siblings, 81 first cousins. I aspire to be fluent in Spanish, currently I speak it slowly as a tourist. In the winter, I try to get some quilts made, put jigsaw puzzles together and make lists for Tony, who keeps busy fixing things all year round. In the summer, besides keeping the hummingbirds fed, we have a large garden. Both the B&B and our cabin were built by by a fellow named Squeamy Womack. Our cabin in 1929 and the B&B in 1952. Squeamy, ( I love that name), did an excellent job as evidenced by both cabins being structural sound after surviving a tornado in February 2008. We were displaced for 4 months. We would be happy to show you our rustic cabin, no matter how dusty it might be, if you are interested. Just ask. May 2014 marks our 1st year as innkeepers. We are thoroughly enjoying this retirement adventure. In case you haven't guessed, we enjoy people and hosting and look forward to your visit, then you coming again.