The Enoch's Farm House Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Come enjoy life at a bit slower pace, in serenity found only in the country.
Nestled in the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee along the peaceful waters of Little Blue Creek rests The Enoch's Farm House Inn. Located near McEwen, this restored farmhouse is part of the historic Enoch's Farm.
The entire home with 2 bedrooms is yours for reasonable rates of $50 per night.
$15 each additional person beyond the couple who's staying.
We now have a special outside plug-in for frozen food trucks and other needs,
which may be helpful for traveling salespersons who may need a peaceful night's rest.
A picnic table and outdoor grill are available for guests' use. The Enoch's Farm House Inn offers you more than just a place to sleep; 2 bedrooms and the whole house. Make this your home away from home!
Ma's Kitchen has a full function microwave, a small high-efficiency refrigerator, and a two-compartment sink. Come and enjoy a continental breakfast in this quaint little dining area.
Pap's Parlor is the living area. It boasts a 27" color television with built in VCR, a small collection of videos to choose from, and a comfy sofa and easy chair to relax and watch them in. We receive local channels ABC, NBC, and CBS.
The Depression Era Hall was a porch built in the 1940s. Converted into a hall for storage space, it has been redone and now provides a delightful little place to eat breakfast. The interesting thing about this room is the floor. It is repainted linoleum, similar to what poor families in the Great Depression did to help save their floors.
HISTORY OF THE INN
The Enoch's Farm House Inn is an old Civil War farmhouse, Enoch and Allie Hendershot Enochs moved here with their family about 1912 from Germantown, Ohio. Mr. Enoch Enochs moved here because of his black lung. Unfortunately, he died in 1921.
The house itself is made of large hewed logs, with a breezeway through the middle of it. It was not closed in until after Allie Enochs died in 1942.
There wasn't any plumbing in the house until 1978. Richard and Rebecca Davis added the bathroom and all the plumbing. Allie Enochs carried her drinking water from the spring all of her life. It was heated with a huge fireplace until Allie's death. She and her husband are buried in McEwen Cemetery.
Various tenants lived on the place to help with the farm until February of 2001. That is when it was renovated and restored and became a bed & breakfast.
~ Learn about farm life ~
Visit the chickens, ducks, cows, rabbits, dogs, cats, and Cowboy, the horse on the farm.
Help gather the eggs, feed the rabbits, and other farm chores. Enjoy this amenity for an added price - please call for details. "Ya'll come see us on the farm!"
The Enoch's Farm House Inn and surrounding areas offer many educational and leisure activities to ensure your stay in Middle Tennessee is pleasurable to your entire party. Your innkeeper can provide you with more information on these and other attractions.
On the Farm
- Enoch's Grist Mill and Museum (pictured above)
- Annie's Pantry Gift Shop (pictured below)
- Liberty Baptist church
In & Around McEwen, TN (about 10 minutes from the inn)
- St. Patrick Irish Picnic (last weekend in July)
In & Around Waverly, TN (about 15 minutes away)
- Music on the Square (every Saturday night in the Summer)
- Humphreys County Museum
- Waverly City Pool
- Asbury Park & Playground
- Mi-De-Ga Theater
- Valley Drive-In Theater
Near Kentucky Lake (about 30 minutes away)
- Johnsonville State Park
In & Around Nashville, TN (about 1 hour away)
- Grand Ole Opry
- Opry Mills
- The Hermitage
- The Parthenon
- Tennessee State Capitol
In Perry County, TN
- Prearranged Tours of the Russell & Cane Creek Communities are available.
- Includes stops at Cane Creek Market, Grandma's Bake Shop, as well as opportunities to purchase sorghum molasses, jams, relish, homemade rugs & more.
- Call ahead at 931-582-3385 for more details.
"The most welcome I've ever been made to feel. Also, the most accommodating, serene atmosphere one could hope for. Over 100 nights spent as Humphreys County Swan's Representative." Scott Bales Clarksville, TN
"This house has such a feeling of comfort and home. It has been the best anniversary of our 17 years together. A special thank you for the beautiful roses." R & S Knoxville, TN
"It was great visiting with you on the farm. Our kids really enjoyed gathering the hen eggs."
T & K San Francisco, CA
"Today we sat on the porch and watched the fat little bluebirds. It's very beautiful here."
P & J East Moline, IL
"Thank you for your wonderful hospitality, warmth of spirit and faithfulness in living." JL
"The peace you feel here is what impressed me, and the house is super great." M & D, Topton, North Carolina