Butterfly Meadows Inn & Farm
This room decorated in roses, New York’s state flower, is one of our largest and most popular rooms. The subtle Victorian farmhouse flavor of the room reflects the life of a woman who was an acquaintance of the Wright Brothers and Norman Rockwell.
Born in upper state New York on the first day of spring in the late 1800’s, the little preemie was placed in a shoebox behind the wood burning stove. Thus began Virginia’s life of great adventure that lasted over ninety years.
This special haven invites you to relax in its king size bed and cozy sitting area. The large private bath features double vanities and a large walk in shower. As with all rooms throughout the main Inn, Virginia’s room is accessible by stairs or our elevator.
It is only fitting that irises would decorate the grand suite honoring this Tennessee native. Anna made many moves following her preacher husband, but she made everywhere feel like home. You’ll feel that way too as you are embraced by this soothing space.
Anna was born in the early 1900’s and was an avid gardener. Her summer vegetable garden fed her family, as well as friends and neighbors throughout the year. This room affords a spectacular view of the rolling Tennessee hill and the beautiful kitchen garden that changes seasonally and attracts many butterflies.
Enjoy exceptional comfort in this suite with a king size bed and the peaceful wooded scenery. A comfortable sitting area provides the perfect spot to relax and read. The extra space in the bathroom and double vanities will make a stay easier for anyone wanting more accessibility.
The ever hardy Cherokee rose, state flower of Georgia, adorns the room of this strong woman who brought grace and charm to every facet of life. The décor here is reminiscent of a rural Georgia farmhouse and accented with cheery red furniture.
Frances was born in the late 1800’s and she married the son of a Civil War soldier. She lived through the Great Depression, two World Wars and lived near the Little White House, close enough to personally witness President Roosevelt’s personal struggles. In a life filled with great personal struggles, Frances busied everyday assisting neighbors, her doctor brother, embroidering a counterpane for extra income or operating the country store.
You will enjoy the rest of a day well spent by viewing a glorious sunset and relaxing in this spacious room. Slip into your king size bed covered with a patriotic red, white and blue quilt. A private bath features double vanities and a large walk in shower.
Leather accent furniture, a scrolled metal king bed, and paintings of bluebonnets, the Texas state flower, are highlighted in this room. It is a calm and peaceful retreat, reminding us of the stone house in the hill country that Evalina made home.
Evalina was born in the early 1900’s. She was a devoted wife and mother, as well as her grandchildren’s favorite. Her strong sense of family and history made her home a welcome haven. Her sister Tessie was an ever present friend for all of her years. The adjoining room is aptly named for her.
Bound by the unbreakable bond of sisterhood, these two Texas sisters never lived more than a few miles from each other for all of their hundred plus years. The small town fostered close family ties and a strong sense of community.
Enjoy the back lawn, a small terrace patio, and direct access to wooded trails by the use of your private patio door. An adjoining sitting room makes a lovely semi-private space to relax. Or, reserve this room with Tessie’s Room for a large private three room suite.
Pine and metal furniture, a reproduction campaign desk, and paintings of bluebonnets, the Texas state flower, make this room a relaxing haven. A beautiful handmade quilt adorns the bed, a reflection of the beautiful quilting and handwork that gentle Tessie made through the years.
Tessie was born in the early 1900’s. Her sweet and patient nature brought a sense of calm in her presence. Her inclusion of family extended beyond the immediate family and making a large circle of friends and extended family feel welcome in her life. Her little sister Evalina was an ever present friend for all of her years and Tessie was always looking out for her. The adjoining room is aptly named for her.
Bound by the unbreakable bond of sisterhood, these two Texas sisters never lived more than a few miles from each other for all of their hundred plus years. Their small town fostered close family ties and a strong sense of community.
Enjoy the back lawn, a small terrace patio, and direct access to wooded trails by the use of your private patio door. An adjoining sitting room makes a lovely semi-private space to relax. Or, reserve this room with Evalina’s Room for a large private three room suite.
This room is a tribute to all the women who have graced our lives with their love and friendship. Delicate paintings of mixed floral bouquets and a lovely handmade quilt give this room a feeling of pure sunshine.
Born in the mid-1900’s Beth traveled extensively worldwide and lived in many states around the country. Her love of languages and culture made her feel at home everywhere. But mostly, Beth’s infectious laughter and love of people made everyone feel welcome in her presence.
The warm honey colored furniture, king size bed and inspiring views make this room a welcoming and relaxing stay. Read a book, awake to birdsong, or sleep in the light of a full moon. The spacious bath features a double vanity and a large walk in shower.
Mimi's Carriage House Suite
This suite is dedicated to a woman who has made making people comfortable and cared for an art form. Mimi was born in the 1930’s and grew up with family and friends around. She has extended this feeling of belonging and comfort wherever she has called home.
Mimi’s artistic talents and entrepreneurial spirit led to a life filled with textile arts and home improvements. This suite is reflective of her style of comfortable surroundings present in her own home. Themed in the gentle art and colors of nature and offering peaceful views of a deep hardwood forest, this two room suite provides a spacious place to relax and unwind.
The bedroom features two queen beds and a reading nook. Your comfort is extended in a separate living room with two loveseats and a handsome wooden dinette set. Enjoy some comforts of home with a hospitality station including a Keurig beverage station and mini fridge. The spacious bath features double vanities and large walk in shower.
Mimi’s Carriage House Suite is separated from the main Inn by just a few yards and provides the ultimate in privacy and space. Please note this suite is accessible by stairs only.
Butterfly Meadows Inn is a private Christian establishment and guests are requested to adhere to a code of conduct that is not offensive to others seeking this type of atmosphere. Please review Butterfly Meadows Inn & Farm Policies, as by making a reservation, you are agreeing that you understand and will abide by these policies.