Whitestone Country Inn

1200 Paint Rock Road, Kingston, Tennessee 37763
Innkeeper(s): Paul & Jean Cowell
 

Photos of Ice Storm and Bald Eagle at Whitestone 17 Feb 2015, 10:00 am

    Yesterday an ice storm came through East Tennessee and coated everything here at the Whitestone Inn in ice. Your Reflections Photography captured some amazing shots of what the storm left behind this morning. Check it out and we’ll update as we get more photos. Join the conversation on Facebook. Post by The Whitestone […]

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The Whitestone 2015 Getaway Giveaway 2 Jan 2015, 6:04 pm

    With a new year comes new goals, new aspirations, and excitement over what the future will bring. As you chase the next year we want to share a few gifts early on that will let you slow down and smell the flowers. We want you to experience a getaway. A time to be […]

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Whitestone is Better Than the Laundry Room 1 Jan 2015, 9:30 am

    By: Valerie Bryant Bennett Sitting On The Dryer Many people equate solitude with loneliness, and loneliness is rarely something we seek. Solitude is very different. It implies being alone, but not being lonely. I read once that no great creative work in art, poetry or music has ever come about without its creator […]

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“Wintering” at the Whitestone Country Inn 18 Dec 2014, 11:00 am

    By: Valerie Bryant Bennett For many people, winter represents a time of cold dismal days…simply a cycle of seasons that must be endured until the grass turns green again, and trees clothe themselves liberally with new leaves. On my way to visit Whitestone this week, I passed through wheat-colored fields and forests of […]

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The Difference Between “Cheap” and “Value” 11 Dec 2014, 5:49 pm

    By: Paul Cowell “Cheap” is seldom valuable!  Being the cheapest is quick and easy.  It does not require creativity.  But it is often not valuable.  The challenge in any business is finding the balance between price and value—e.g. what are you charging?  What are you giving your customer? My offices in Knoxville were […]

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