Febuary Hill Bed & Breakfast
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Kim and Mike Anders welcome you to Febuary Hill Bed & Breakfast in Jonesborough, Tennessee. No, it is not the month misspelled, but a proper name of the Febuary family who lived here for many generations. The hill on which the home resides takes its name from this family. The Anders use the same spelling to honor its lineage.
We are sorry, but do not have any accommodations for Storytelling 2014.
The rich history of these grounds was fashioned by a duel of President Andrew Jackson and providing a home to Civil War army general Reuben Frank Bernard.
Come relax in one of Jonesborough's oldest homes. Enjoy the park and townscape from our front porch. Spend some quiet time walking the grounds or just sitting in the swing. Our accommodations make you feel right at home.
The upstairs landing is an enjoyable space to sit with a hot cup of coffee while appreciating the early morning sun. Your innkeeper, Kim, prepares daily homemade delicacies offered as a buffet style full breakfast to help get you started for a wonderful day exploring our local treasures. Evening treats are provided along with complementary beverages of limited selection. The library is a guest space on the first floor that offers a quiet place to read or just relax. On winter days, enjoy the warmth of its cozy fireplace. Febuary Hill sits on four acres of property, offering numerous areas to stroll, relax, and enjoy the natural beauty of the grounds.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Kim and Michael Anders for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Guests enjoy our historic home's charm and lovely gardens and grounds and of course the great food! We are only one block from our downtown shops, restaurants, music, Theatre and more!
What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?
We have a large, stately, remodeled historic home. We are unique because our B & B is surrounded by 4 acres of lovely gardens, trees and privacy, yet one block from downtown. Febuary Hill is warm and welcoming.
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
Jonesborough is the oldest town in Tennessee....lots of history here.
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Our guests enjoy its beauty and character, yet it feels warm and cozy, like home. They hate to leave.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
Always something to do in Jonesborough. Lots of calendar events every month.
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Visit area historic sites, parks and caves. Biltmore House, Asheville, NC not far, either.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Everything! Restaurants, shopping, theatre, and storytelling.
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Actually three great restaurants! The Dining Room (Cuban) for lunch & dinner, Main Street Cafe (American) for lunch, and Bomba's (Italian) for lunch & dinner.
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
How many rooms does your inn have?
We have 2 rooms.
Do you accept pets?
No pets; Jonesborough B & B limited pets.
- Currently offering the Angela and Richard rooms
- Central heat and air conditioning
- Homemade, full breakfast served buffet style each morning
- Walk one short block to Main Street which offers shopping opportunities including antique and other specialty shops along with a variety of restaurants
- Advice on many regional attractions
- Pamper yourself in the privacy of your guest room with a relaxing massage by Peggy K. Fabozzi, LMT of Fabozzi Chiropratic & Massage
- Rates are $75 for an hour
- Payment in full is due at appointment
- We would be happy to schedule this for you
Welcome to Historic Jonesborough, the oldest town in Tennessee. We're the little town with the big story. We've been entertaining guests for almost 225 years, and we've enjoyed every minute of it. We have a rich history and a proud heritage. We've worked hard to not only preserve our historic buildings and character, but our cultural heritage, as well. Jonesborough is the storytelling capital of the world.
The National Storytelling Festival, started over 30 years ago, was the first celebration dedicated solely to the art of the storytelling. With the completion of the new International Storytelling Center, there are storytelling events and activities going on all the time. We love our music here, too.
Our area is considered the birthplace of country music and it's in our blood. We have free concerts downtown every Friday night from May through September with Music on the Square and "Fine Art in the Park" in October. Shop in our unique stores and eat in our quaint cafes and restaurants. Visit the Jonesborough/Washington County History Museum, the International Storytelling Center, and the Historic Jonesborough Visitors Center. Stay awhile or stay forever. We love company.
Great Articles about Historic Jonesborough
- Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2005
- One Amazing Story,Jonesborough
Other Web Site Links
- Historic Jonesborough
- Storytelling Center
- Music on the Square
- The Historic Jonesborough Dance Society
- Appalachian Ghost Walks
- Seasonal Events in Historic Jonesborough
- Silver Bow Anglers
In beautiful East Tennessee, located just west of Johnson City and east of Greeneville, Tennessee.
Off Highway 11-E
- At the town's sign, turn at the intersection south towards the town sign onto Boone Street which leads past the Visitor's Center to Main Street
- Turn right on Main, go one block and turn right (between the Story Telling Center and the Jonesborough Art Glass Shop) on to Cherokee Street
- Up the small rise one block, you will find Febuary Hill sitting just left of Cherokee Street and above College Street