Mammy & Pappy's Bed and Breakfast
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Welcome to Mammy & Pappy's
Come to the Country and enjoy the quiet charm and elegance of the 100 year old farm home.
The house was built around 1900 and has had many changes over the years. The home and surrounding property have been in the Clendenin family for over 100 years. In 1950, it was selected, after quite a long search by the Board of Public Utilities, to be a show place of how modern electrical installations could be used in a farm home. The changes at that time included new lighting throughout the home, and many of the same light fixtures are present in the home today. The kitchen was completely remodeled with linoleum, metal cabinets, a metal sink and modern appliances for the time. Wallpaper was installed in three rooms, and floors were sanded. A new electrical panel was installed for the new wiring. The south end of the large hall was closed off to accommodate a new modern bathroom with heating in the ceiling.
Today’s changes include refinishing of all the wood floors and new flooring in the kitchen and utility room. The kitchen has been remodeled with pecan cabinets crafted from the lumber of a tree that lost a large limb in the ice storm of 1994.
Come and enjoy the peace and tranquility here at Mammy & Pappy's. We hope you will.
Enjoy our large living room where many family functions have been held throughout the years. Oh, we also have a big screen TV if you just need that fix.
Over the years many family gatherings have taken place here and we pledge to show family hospitality to our guests. Our guests will be treated to a full country breakfast, including homemade biscuits.
The house has four large bedrooms, each with a full size bed and a private bath. Common areas of the house include a large country kitchen, a formal family dining room, and the family living room. The Banquet Hall had four large bedrooms. Each has a private bath, queen bed, mini refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, dining table, and a flat screen TV.
Are you an Avid Sportsman? For Guests of the B & B we offer for an additional charge:
- Fishing in our private stocked ponds
- Hunting of deer and turkey (when in season) on our private property
Relax and spend time under the gazebo. Enjoy a cup of coffee, read a good book or just enjoy the view.
A fitness center is located upstairs in the banquet hall. This fitness center is available for all guests of Mammy & Pappy's.
Please call or email for more information on these additional services.
Weddings & Special Events
Is a Wedding or some other Special Event in your Future?
We have excellent places for an outdoor country wedding in the yard, under our large gazebo or in our 100 Seat Banquet Hall. Many services are available on site, increasing the ease of your Special Event.
Call or email for more information.
Points of Interest
- Boating and Fishing on Kentucky Lake
- Public Hunting on Federal Wildlife Preserve (Managed Hunts)
- Land Between the Lakes Recreational Area
- Fort Donelson Civil War Battlefield, Cemetery and Museum
- Golf Courses: Futures Golf Club, Paris Landing Golf Course, Paris Country Club
- Britten Ford Walking Trail
- Hazel, Kentucky Antique Stores
- Paris, Tennessee Antique Stores
- World's Biggest Fish Fry, last full week of April
From Paris take Highway 79 N. towards Paris Landing
- Go 4 miles to Nobles Rd. (You will see a sign that says Mammy & Pappy's Bed & Breakfast)
- Turn right and go 1.7 miles to a stop sign
- Turn left at that stop sign, you are now on Elkhorn Rd
- Go 3.4 miles and turn right at Elkhorn Cemetery (on your right), which is still Elkhorn Rd, and go another 1.8 miles to 7615 Elkhorn Rd. and turn left in to Mammy & Pappy's B&B
From Paris Landing State Park
- Follow highway 79 toward Paris 6.3 miles and turn left on to Oak Grove Road South. (You will see a sign that says Mammy & Pappy's Bed & Breakfast)
- Go 3.7 miles to a stop sign and turn left (which is Elkhorn Rd.)
- Go 1/2 mile and turn right at cemetery (which is still Elkhorn Rd.) and go 1.8 miles to 7615 Elkhorn Rd. and turn left in to Mammy & Pappy's B&B
From Paris via highway 69A South
- Follow highway 69A approximately 8 miles, cross highway 218 and continue on highway 69A to Had-A-Call Grocery and turn left on to Poplar Grove Rd
- Go approximately 1.5 miles and turn left at cemetery onto Elkhorn Rd. and go 3.5 miles and turn right in to Mammy & Pappy's B&B (7615 Elkhorn Rd.)
From Big Sandy, Tennessee via highway 69A
- Go North toward Paris 5.5 miles to Had-a-Call Grocery and Poplar Grove Road
- Turn Right and go 1.5 miles and bear to the left onto Elkhorn Rd. Go 3.5 miles to B & B on your right