Cascade Hollow Lodge and Cottage ... vacation rentals ... 2 night minimum

2232 Cascade Hollow Road, Normandy, Tennessee 37360
Innkeeper(s): Dave and Patty McIntyre
  • Introduction

    Cascade Hollow Lodge,Aerial View Cascade Hollow Lodge and Cottage located in Normandy, Tennessee is the perfect base for exploring Tullahoma, Shelbyville, Lynchburg, Manchester, Belle Buckle and the surrounding areas.

    Our hospitality facilities offers 9 comfortable rooms, most with queen beds and private baths. Kitchen facilities are avaiable for group bookings.

    Most of our bookings are groups for multiple days or long weekends.  

    We have a minimum reservation request of 2 nights.

    You'll find our facilities clean, comfortable, warm and inviting. The area is pleasant and quiet with rippling streams and cascades running through it.

    Honeymooners, get away'ers, tourists, business associates, family reunions, extra household guests, retreaters. All are welcome here in Cascade Hollow!

    Missionaries, clergy and full-time "servant" people working for justice and mercy in the world are given special treatment here; if you are a "servant" person, ask us about servant rates.

  • 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 Dave & Patty McIntyre for sharing their secrets with!
    Why do most travelers stay at your inn?

    Combination of rest and tourism:

    • Visiting George Dickel historic distillery next door is a big draw, as is Jack Daniel's just down the road a few miles
    • Kayaker's on the Duck River
    • Family reunions or other gathering of friends and family
    • Personal or small group "retreats," for rest, reflection, and spiritual renewal
    What are you best known for?
    • Warm, friendly hospitality
    • Nice space/environment/ambiance, indoors and out!
    • Wonderful venue for family reunions and celebration gatherings.

    What makes your inn unique?

    • Rustic/eclectic, yet chic decor, inside and out
    • Spacious commons rooms, big stone fireplace, all family built
    • Patty's beautiful flower gardens
    • Ironed linens
    • Personal touch and TLC

    What do you love most about your inn?

    • Seeing it filled with "family reunions" or gatherings of friendly folks-- we've had some amazing times
    • Knowing that someone's spirit has been calmed. Body, mind and soul rested from their visit here
    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Well, a big part is that we are not in the city! We're out in a pristine, rural "hollow" (Dale, Narrow Valley) with a major stream, smaller streams and lots of "cascades" running through. All surrounded by high tree covered hills, simply beautiful!

    Historic whisky distilleries of note: George Dickel (literally right next door) and Jack Daniels - an easy drive down the road in quaint Lynchburg, TN.

    For airplane buffs, we have the Beechcraft Heritage Museum, internationally known among pilots & plane aficionados.

    Arnold Air Force Base and Aeronautical/Space Research Center (largest wind-tunnels in the world).

    Tennessee Walking Horse farms and national shows (in nearby Shelbyville).

    Bonnaroo, ever burgeoning rock music venue (ala Woodstock of the 60's) in nearby Manchester.

    Belle Buckle, TN, an "antique" little town. You step back in history and you shop unique boutiques and antique stores.

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

    "I have been renewed (during my stay here)!"

    "Your hospitality is just the best!"

    "We'll be back, you can count on it!"

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?
    • Normandy Lake and the Duck River for recreational activities
    • Unique/nearby family owned and operated country restaurants. All our guests love them once we show them how to get there!
    • Native American archeological site known as Old Stone Fort State Park, about 10 miles away. Beauty, water falls, history, hiking...
    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
    • Eat well at wonderful eateries very nearby
    • Visit the distilleries,each is unique and historical
    • Visit a winery for a tasting. 2 or 3 are within an easy drive 
    • Go antiquing and shop unique places. 5 significant antiquing areas are within 15 mile radius
    • Rest, nap, read, swing, rock, pet the dog, sit by the steam and listen to the cascades
    • Go fishing, kayaking the river, boating on the lake, golfing, and see the Staggerwing Beechcraft airplanes
    • Visit several Civil War sites in the area, lesser known, but interesting sites
    • Hiking, biking and jogging, all popular in this area, lots of options
    • Drive up to Sewanee and visit The University of the South, in the clouds
    • Enjoy the bliss of your comfortable room and delightful bed. Take a shower with a view into the hills and meadows
    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    The historic George Dickel Distillery (0.3 mi.) lesser known, but highly favored TN whisky site with daily tours.

    Beautiful stream and cascades (1/4 - 1/2 mile stroll).

    Quaint little Hamlet of Normandy (one mile walk).

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Granny Fishes House in the country about 4 mi. away (we'll give you a map so you won't get lost), best catfish and trout in TN. Cash only and open only Thurs. Fri. Sat.

    Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding house in Lynchburg, best down-home, fresh, generous boarding house style lunches to be found.

    Emil's, fine dining in a historic home in Tullahoma. Lunches and dinners of quality and a French touch.

    One 22 West in downtown Tullahoma is a dependably good spot with a nice variety of selections.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    Follow all the drop-down options. Great information about Middle Tennessee:

    Our website has a lot of info as well and, yes, we are on The Jack Trail, By George!

    Comprehensive Tennessee tourism site:

    How many rooms does your inn have?

    Nine! Main Lodge has four queen bed rooms and one twin bed room, each with private bath. Adjoining Cottage has four bedrooms:1 king-size bed with private bath, 2 standard bed rooms, and 1 twin bed room. These each are semi-private in that they share a bath. The cottage has a comfortable sitting room and an efficiency kitchen.

    Do you accept pets?

    Hard to answer, unequivocally.  We have pets - a medium size dog and three cats, all our outside pets. We do not really cater to guests with pets, however, we do make exceptions for totally house-broken small to medium pets. Pets in a travel cage are welcome. If a pet creates a mess or damage, we respectfully expect the owner to thoroughly rectify the matter before departure. If you bring your horse, he/she can have a stall in the barn.


  • Breakfast

    Cascade Hollow Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Bicuits

    Cascade Hollow Lodge is no longer a standard "bed and breakfast."  Our wonderful cook retired from the kitchen regrettably after 10 long and faithful years.

    We have a nice kitchen in both the lodge and the cottage and guests may have "kitchen privileges" ... 

    Special Breakfast arrangements may be negotiated on a case by case basis but no longer is breakfast a part of our standard fare. Breakfasts, when served, will have a set fee of $10 per guest by advanced reservation only.

    Our Lodge and our Cottage are now primarily "rentals" by groups ... although we welcome other guests booking for a minimum of two nights or more.  

    Cascade Hollow lodge Bed and Breakfast, dining area Cascade Hollow Lodge Bed and Breakfast, breakfast

  • Special Events

    Cascade Hollow Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Family

    Anniversaries, birthdays and general family get togethers are one of our specialties. The whole family can gather here and enjoy the use of are sprawling place and large "commons" spaces. We can easily seat 26-30 people in the same area, with a little creativity with the family, we can sleep up to 20 people. For custom arrangements, contact us on by email.

  • Nearby Landmarks

    Cascade Hollow Lodge Bed and Breakfast,  Normandy attractions

    Nearby landmarks include:

    • George Dickel - Cascade Hollow Distillery (0.3mi.) ... walking distance!
    • Beechcraft Staggerwing Heritage Museum (5 mi.)
    • Jack Daniel's Distillery (17 mi.)
    • Walking Horse Celebration Grounds (12 mi.)
    • Walking Horse Museum (8 mi.)
    • Arnold Air Force Base and areonautics center (6mi.)
    • Historic Belle Buckel and Webb School (13mi.)
    • Sewanee ... The University of the South    (40 mi.)
  • Reviews

    What a perfect place for a retreat! Such a warm and spacious place in about as beautiful a setting I’ve seen. It also doesn’t hurt that the hosts are as gracious as they come. Jon S.

    I celebrated a special birthday with my family at Cascade Hollow. It was the perfect location for us to be together and enjoy the splendid hospitality of our hosts, Dave and Patty. The house is welcoming and spacious. The grounds are immaculate. The area has choices of fun things to do as well as much natural beauty. I highly recommend this Lodge. –Ann W.

    My husband and I have been guests of Cascade Hollow Lodge on more than one occasion. It has become our “go to” place when we need a break from the day to day routine. Patti and Dave are two of the most gracious innkeepers we have ever met. You will find incredible wonderful accommodations and remarkably good breakfasts. More than anything your will find peace and relaxation. I can hardly wait until I get to return to Cascade Hollow. –Sherry B.

    The hands that bake the biscuits are the most beautiful hands in any B&B. I vote for Cascade Hollow, hands down.- Deen T.

    Absolutely so beautiful and so restful. Can't beat the hospitality and nature! A perfect escape from the busyness of city life! -Lindsey K.

    So serene. This is a hideaway with charm. We will certainly hold fond memories of the beauty of this area and the graciousness of our hosts. When you visit, ask them about the history of this valley! -Mary R.