Shiloh Chennault Bed and Breakfast

2525 Houston Cemetery Road, Shiloh, Tennessee 38367
Innkeeper(s): Polina and Jonathan Pohnel
  • Introduction

    Shiloh Chennault Bed and Breakfast, front view

    Whether you are an artist, a poet, a writer, a Civil War historian, a reenactment participant, or a business person-whatever your avocation-you can find your Shangri-la here on this 225 acre Estate with an 8500 square foot Southern Colonial Home, including seven porches and three spacious suites. Let Shiloh Chennault Bed and Breakfast be your home away from home in Tennessee.

  • Amenities

    Shiloh Chennault Bed & Breakfast, Lincoln Suite

    We strive for perfection, and if something isn't right, we'llmake it right; we'll treat you with respect; we'll treat you like family. Let us earn your business.

    We are the most luxurious accommodations within 100 miles of Shiloh Tennessee, only 15 minutes from historic Corinth Mississippi. There is quality Civil War artwork throughout Shiloh Chennault, and moreover, you'll be staying in a home once owned by the Chennault family, linked to the famour WWII Flying Tigers.

    You'll be served a bountiful, luxurious breakfast on a 125 year old, 14 foot long, antebellum table. You will also be in the middle of the countryside enjoying the quiescence of nature, away from all city noise, and you are only 15 minutes from Shiloh National Park.

    All our suites have King sized beds, a private bath, and a 2012 flat screen TV with Digital Cable. You'l be staying in a suite that is over 600-900 square feet, with a sitting are and private patio.

  • About the Owners

    Shiloh Chennault Bed and Breakfast, Jonathan & Polina

    Shiloh Chennault Bed and Breakfast is family-owned and operated in Ramer, TN. Since we opened our doors in January 2013, we've treated every customer like they were a part of our family. We strive to offer them most luxurious accommodations for those visiting Shiloh National Park, for those who love the hospitality of the South, and for those who need a peaceful retreat from the fast pace of life.

    We chose the name Shiloh Chennault because of our proximity to Shiloh National Battlefield (12 miles), and for the first owner of the home Belle Chennault, whose famous nephew, Lieutenant General Claire Lee Chennault, led the Flying Tigers in China before the United States entered World War II.

    Polina has a Master's Degree in Education from Freed-Hardemen University, and Jonathan has his Master's in National Security Affairs from Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, California.