Walnut Hill House B&B Retreat
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Our private Walnut Hill Retreat sits in the rolling hills of Culleoka, Tennessee. The renovated 1908 Victorian house blends classic with contemporary. The spacious loft style living-room opens to a fully equipped kitchen. The west facing dining area provides a sunset view. The light filled kitchen has a wood burning stove for those chilly fall afternoons. The front porch views the smoky rolling hills. Observe wild deer and horses while enjoying morning coffee. The generous master bath is European styled with marble tile, whirlpool bath and glass shower. The rooms are furnished with a mix of antiques and artisan furniture.
Many songwriters have been inspired by Walnut Hill House as a music retreat. We have a piano in house and assorted instruments available for borrow. The peace and solitude on top of the hill with great views along with great acoustics make this an inspiring place to write. The house accommodates eight. We always provide breakfast but can be prevailed upon for a bologna sandwich or two if need be. There are a few hamburger places a short scenic drive away. The local diners and wineries make great venues to try out some new tunes. Please inquire about the extended stay packages available for writers.
We provide local produce and local farm fresh eggs when seasonally available. We are sensitive to your special dietary needs so if you prefer a gluten or dairy free breakfast, let us know. To set up your perfect breakfast, contact the innkeeper. Three Hills Farm provides Walnut Hill House with wild Honey and Grass Fed beef as well as farm to table produce in season. Don’t forget to try our fresh pesto, which is grown and made on our farm. Take some memories home, everything is available for purchase.
Walnut Hill House has a 10 stall barn and several paddocks available for those who travel with horses. There are rolling fields available for trail rides. We are currently making a 200’ x 75’ dressage arena. There are horse events nearby at Milky Way farms, Lynnville and Fayetteville.
Why Do People Come to our Inn?
People come here to get away - Escape, Unwind, and Rejuvenate.
Number one reason is for peace and quiet and to experience nature.Glenda had a cathartic experience and a psychological breakthrough when she stayed here.
What to Do?
Visit many local wineries, Lexington Vineyards is just over the hill. We are near to wonderful small towns. Visit Colonel Littleton’s and the Whitehorse Trading Company in Lynnville. The famous Milky Farms, Frank Mars historic mansion is nearby and hosts monthly events.
Nature abounds, hike the 129 acre property. Watch wildlife in their natural habitat. Twenty deer were spotted at the pond at sunset. The Hawk lives in the woods at the top of the hill. Listen to birdsong on the east front porch over a steaming mug of strong coffee. Photograph each other in the sunset on the back deck. And finally, cozy up around the wood –burning stove and read novels to each other. But whatever you do, don’t crawl into the steaming Jacuzzi filled with scented bath salts, in a candle lit bathroom after a long and eventful day.
Pets are welcome in the fenced in backyard.
- Canoeing– 30 min to 1 hour drive to 3 different rivers
- Biking- loaner bikes are available for touring the countryside
- Horse trail rides at Spirit Farm Stables. 30 min away
About the Innkeepers
Your hosts Michelle and James Poag have traveled and lived in the urban areas of New York, Houston and Nashville, before settling down to paint and garden in the Middle Tennessee countryside. M. Moraczewski maintains her architectural practice and specializes in creative renovations. The historic main house was built in 1888 and has been lovingly restored. It currently serves as both home and event venue as well as a set for a few local films. Walnut Hill House has architecturally designed interiors. The open living area serves as a gallery, making the house an inviting retreat. There are many paintings mixed with the sparse furnishings.