The Cabin at Cedar Run Farm
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Log Cabin Getaway
Plan your escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life to a peaceful and secluded getaway cabin surrounded by soft hills, tittering birds, and lovely deer.
The Cabin at Cedar Run Farm in Franklin, Tennessee is a genuine and fully restored 1840 log home. The guest cabin consists of two stories with a queen size bed upstairs and a sleeper sofa downstairs. The fully equipped kitchen provides your complimentary continental breakfast and the large screened back porch is the ideal spot to put your feet up and relax with a cup of coffee. The guest quarters also feature a television, VCR, and Internet connection.
The area surrounding the cabin and nearby Franklin offer several attractions and activities for every traveler to enjoy. For the outdoor enthusiast, taking a hike through the hills, a bike ride through Fernvale, whitewater rafting, and feeding the wildlife are the way to go.
Get to know the area a little better with a drive down the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway, browse the antique shops, and dine at the numerous local restaurants. Be sure to visit the Historic Carnton Plantation, Leipers Fork Village, and Wildhorse Saloon. Explore a little further with a day trip to the Grand Ole Opry and Gaylord Opryland in Nashville as well as the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Experience Country Living At Its Best In An Antique Log Cabin
Spend a quiet get-away at the Cabin at Cedar Run Farm in Franklin, Tennessee. The cabin is a fully restored log home, originally built around 1840. Letters written during the Civil War by the cabin's original owner are found hanging on the wall, giving you a sense of the cabin's history.
Take a hike in the surrounding hills, bike through Fernvale, drive down the Natchez Trace. Spend your day wandering through antique shops in nearby Franklin, or just curl up in a chair on the porch with a good book. Then in the late afternoon, watch the birds and deer feed.
- Two-story cabin
- Queen-size bed upstairs
- Sleeper-sofa downstairs
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Continental breakfast
- Large screened back porch
- TV, VCR, Internet connection
Tennessee is well known for its Southern Hospitality and that's what you will find at Cedar Run Farm. Come see for yourself.
Debbie and Jerry Miller are Michigan transplants, attracted to Tennessee by the friendly people, easy life styles, the love of Country Music and the scenic countryside. Debbie, who was originally a Kentucky girl had moved to the city and Jerry, who was raised in the city but always felt more comfortable in the country had spent years vacationing in Tennessee, always looking for that perfect place to call home and dreamt of owning an old log home in the country, we found that perfect place here in Franklin, Tennessee.
After extensive renovations and modernization to the main house and guest cabin we look forward to sharing our historic guest cabin with you. We know you will find this a truly peaceful quiet setting. To us this place is the “End of the Rainbow” – We hope you enjoy your stay at Cedar Run.
Take a hike in the hills surrounding Cedar Run Farm, bike through Fernvale, drive down the Natchez Trace, or spend your day wandering through the antique shops in nearby Franklin. The possibilities are boundless.
- Hike the gently rolling hills
- Bike the lovely back-country roads
- Take a whitewater rafting adventure
- Browse the antique shops in Nearby Franklin
- Feed and enjoy the wildlife
- Drive the scenic Natchez Trace Parkway
- Visit a local restaurant like the famous Loveless Cafe
- Visit the Grand Ole Opry in nearby Nashville
The cabin at Cedar Run Farm is located approximately 15 miles from downtown Historic Franklin, TN. You will travel west on Highway 96, passing under the Natchez Trace Bridge, until you reach Old Harding Road.
Here in the heart of Fernvale, travel 4 miles along the South Harpeth Creek to Cedar Run Farm.