Skunk Ridge Farm Bed and Breakfast
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Skunk Ridge Farm is set in a secluded location among woodlands, a vineyard and country pastures. You'll find that it is quiet and conducive to a good night's sleep. We have two cats and a lovable mixed breed spaniel. Our decks and front porch are great places to bird and small animal watch. You may also see deer, wild turkey and coyotes.
Located on 20 secluded acres. Enjoy the swimming pool in season, large surrounding decks, and over a mile of hiking trails.
As you enter Skunk Ridge B&B, you step into the kitchen and dining area. Breakfast for one or two is sometimes provided in the kitchen or outside on the back deck. (Note: Kitchen facilities are not available for use by guests. Each suite has a mini-fridge and microwave.)
The laundry room is available for use. Check with your hosts to schedule a time.
The Sitting Room is a great place for socializing, reading, or listening to music, either by CD or satellite radio. Another option is to watch HDTV or a movie, available on satellite or surround-sound DVD.
Wireless high speed internet access
Swimming pool in season
A mile of hiking trails
Antique Appalachian furnishings
Each Suite has the following features:
Individual room thermostats
High Definition TV
Microwave and Fridge
King and Full Beds
Iron and Board
Skunk Ridge Farm is located only two miles from I-75, exit 122, 1/2 mile to US 441, 16 miles to Knoxville or Oak Ridge.
You will find many interesting places to visit and things to do within a two hour drive of Skunk Ridge. Several nearby TVA lakes, The Great Smoky Mountains, Pigeon Forge, and Dollywood (all about an hour to the southeast); and the Cumberland Mountains and Big South Fork National Recreation Area, an hour to the west, make this a great location for fishing, water sports, hiking and sightseeing. Nearby Knoxville is home to the University of Tennessee, and Oak Ridge, the mystery city, is 15 miles to the southwest. Click the links below to go to their homepage. Click your browser's "back" button to return to this page
There are many good restaurants within a short distance of Skunk Ridge Farm. We recommend the ones listed below. Also listed is the type food they serve, menu prices, distance from the farm, and I-75 exit no.
Golden Girls - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. Daily Specials, $5-$10. Family Style. 3 miles, exit 122.
Harrison's - Lunch/Dinner. Steak, Prime Rib, Seafood. Entrées $12-$25. 2 miles, exit 122.
Aubrey's - Lunch/Dinner. Steak, Prime Rib, Seafood. Entrées $12-$20. 12 miles, exit 112.
Shoney's - Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner. All you can eat buffet. $5-$10. 2 miles, exit 122.
The following fast food restaurants are clustered around exit 122: Arby's, Baskin Robbins, Burger King, Git-n-Go, Hardee's, Krystal, McDonalds, Rocky Top, Subway, Waffle House, Wendy's, & Zaxby's. Nearer downtown Clinton, there are several restaurants that deliver pizza, including Domino's, Little Caesar's, Papa John's, and Pizza Hut.
Going towards Knoxville on I-75 at exits 112, 110 and 108, there are several good chain restaurants, including Applebee's, Chili's, Cracker Barrel, El Chico's, Golden Corral, Hooter's, Mandarin House, O'Charley's, Outback, Red Lobster, Ruby Tuesday, and Ryan's.
Skunk Ridge Farm is 18 miles north of Knoxville, 15 miles east of Oak Ridge, 3 miles east of Clinton, and 3 miles south of Norris. From I-75, Exit 122, take State Road 61 east 1/4 mile, turn right onto Bethel road at Bethel Church and go 3/4 mile to Mountain Road, go left 3/4 mile to Skunk Ridge Farm sign on left of road.