Mulberry House

8 Old Lynchburg Hwy N E, Mulberry, Tennessee 37359
Innkeeper(s): Candy Richard
 
  • Mulberry House

    Mulberry House Bed and Breakfast - Mulberry (Lynchburg area), TennesseeMulberry House in Mulberry, Tennessee

    A historic village, almost forgotten: but it remembers its 300 Civil War soldiers; that Davey Crockett wintered here and it's a place where you are cordially welcomed.

    Mulberry House is conveniently located between Fayetteville and Lynchburg-6.8 miles from the Lynchburg Square and The Jack Daniel's Distillery.

    Your comfortable room with private bath and television will enhace your stay as you journey back in time and linger in the quiet, peacefful atmosphere of Mulberry Tennessee. The Mulberry House offers you a choice of two rooms. One room has two double beds and the other has one Queen size bed.

    Your hostess, Candy Richard is the daughter of Jack Daniel's retired general manager, Graddy Richard. Her colorful stories and inside information delight guests. Her knowledge of local things to do will make your visit one to remember.

  • Insider's Info

    Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Candy Richard for sharing her own secrets with BBOnline.com!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Most stay here the first time to see and hear about Jack Daniel Distillery.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    We are just like home, comfortable, and we have great info on the area and Jack Daniel.

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?You will experience the REAL Tennessee.  Beautiful countryside and nice people.

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    There are so many, but most people say that they feel like they are right at home. Many say that I am also a very-friendly person and always try to give suggestions on where to go and what to see while they are visiting the area.

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Can't tell you it’s a secret!

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    There are many things to see and do: Jack Daniel, Pritchards Distillery, Dickel Distillery, A winery close by, many beautiful backroads, lots of antique shop, great food to eat, University of the South, the town of Bell Buckle. Nashville is only 75 miles away and Chattanooga is 90 miles away.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    The little village of Mulberry and its history. I am between the towns of Fayetteville and Lynchburg, TN.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Mary Bobo's Boarding House, BBQ Caboose and Marvin's.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    I have maps and info here on many places. The Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce website is www.lynchburgtn.com .

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    I have one room/queen bed and private bath and TV, and one room with 2 double beds private bath and TV.

    Do you accept pets?

    I do not accept pets and normally refer them to friends with B&B’s that do take pets. If they need a place to take their pet and want to stay here, I can help them with that.

  • Also Available

    Explore the beautiful countryside of Moore County/Lincoln County in the comfort of your vehicle. Candy will be your personal tour guide. She knows the local history and will travel with you over the ridges and hollows of this beautiful area. See the historic town of Lynchburg with stops at the Jack Daniel gravesite, Motlow homestead and other interesting sites. As you travel, Candy can enlighten you about local tales and characters. Approx. 1 hour tour, $60.00

    Woodye Bedford of C & R Buggy Tours, will provide a memoriable buggy tour of the beautiful back roads of Mulberry on his country ride tour. Tours of Lynchburg are also available (by reservation, May thru November, weather permitting). Visit C&R Buggy tours on line at www.candrbuggytours.com for rates and availability.

    The Mulberry House price does not include breakfast. At certain times of the year, Candy can serve breakfast for an additional price. Candy Richard can also recommend great places to eat. You can also visit the Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce website at www.lynchburgtn.com and the Fayetteville Chamber at www.flcchamber.com.

    Special packages are available for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays.

    While staying with us many activities are available nearby:

    • Canoeing
    • Airplane rides
    • Golf
    • Drive-in movies
    • Sirs Fabrics
    • Antique shopping
    • and much more!

    Visit the Lynchburg Chamber of Commerce website at www.lynchburgtn.com for more information about Mulberry/Lynchburg area.

    Mulberry is only 45 minutes from Huntsville, Alabama; 75 miles from Nashville, and 90 miles from Chattanooga.

    Gift Certificates are Available! Give someone you love a reason to take a break and relax!

  • How To Find Us

    South from Lynchburg

    1. 6.8 miles from Lynchburg's stop light on Highway 55
    2. You'll see the green Mulberry road sign, then at the end of the guard rail, turn left at the Southern Iron Works red building
    3. Head up the hill on the small road (Old Lynchburg Highway) to your right
    4. The Mulberry House is the white house a few yards up on the left and parking is just beyond the house

    Coming East (& a little north) from Fayetteville

    1. Turn left from 64 onto 50 (soon after passing the stone bridge restaurant on your left)
    2. It is 5 1/2 miles to Mulberry
    3. As you approach Mulberry, you will be in a valley
    4. Cross Mulberry creek
    5. Head up the steep hill and slow down and as you go through the tall rock cut
    6. At the end of the cut, turn right immediately
    7. You will be facing a red (Southern Iron Works) turn right onto the small road, proceed up the hill
    8. Mulberry House is on left, and parking is just beyond the house

    P.S. From Winchester, you would turn right off 64 onto 50.