Cookeville, TN, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Cookeville

Bedroom
Excellent
19 reviews
Bedroom
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The SpaceUpstairs in our home are two private bedrooms sharing a full bath and sitting room. One has a queen size bed and one a double bed. The Queen bedroom and sitting room have TV's. Rate for queen size bedroom is $65 per night. Rate for both queen and double bedroom is $100 per night. Guest AccessThis is our home but you are welcome to become family for the night. Interaction with GuestsAs little or as much as you wish. The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood. Back of our house has a pastoral farm view. Getting AroundNo. Other Things to NoteWe do not have accommodations for pets.
Shared Room
Good
8 reviews
1br Shared Room
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
Home/Apartment
4br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe home itself is one of Cookeville's most historic craftsman style homes, the residence having had four owners in a century's time. The home was given as a dowry by local success Jere Whitson, to his daughter in 1896. Whitson was a wealthy Christian man, active in his church and community, highly respected for his business skills, philanthropy and devoted citizenship. Beaming with magical architectural touches the home beams with accessories such as an original signed and numbered mantle, authentic and original 1800's glass windows throughout, as well as the front French door, original hardwood flooring on the main level and three original fireplaces, one discovered behind a wall in 2009, now exposed in the casual family room with added gas logs. This room also offers an original entry door that was uncovered in the renovation. Above the door is an original piece transom glass art by artist Lisa Mote, a relative of Sheila's. An original well was also discovered, first used in the back yard outside the master bedroom. The 19th century well is now built up with a brick surround, backlit and viewable in the new main level guest bathroom ... the perfect place to place your pennies and make a wish! In 2009 the now, fourth owner, gutted the home, down to the studs, finding numerous historical treasures such as baby shoes, matchbooks and medicine bottles. Sheila, along with local remodeling crew, Cornerstone Builders and local decorator/designer Julie Callahan, designed and created a master suite addition with angled vaulted ceilings, a large sitting area, walk-in closet, spacious tiled shower spa surround, as well as a stonework patio and deck with entries from the master bedroom or the laundry area. The newly designed upstairs full bathroom has an original glass pane door that was once the back door to the home in addition to a claw foot tub. All of the kitchen and bathroom cabinetry is new, as well as most of the lighting fixtures. Guest AccessWhen you rent the entire house, you will have full access to all bedrooms, baths, sitting areas, music room with baby grand, dining area, beautiful kitchen, laundry room, comfy/tv room and outside patio with fire pit. Upstairs guests will enjoy the upstairs bathroom with clawfoot tub for a relaxing bath or shower. Interaction with GuestsIt is super important to me that you have everything you need while in our home. If I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face may greet you at some time during your stay. ;) However, technology works! And I simply ask for a text message from you upon arrival and departure. The NeighborhoodCookeville's North Dixie Avenue Historic District contains 43 properties. Their styles range from 17 different categories, making North Dixie Cookeville’s most eclectic and intriguing historic district. These categories include: 9 Craftsman/Bungalow homes one of which is the subject property 107 North Dixie Avenue, 6 Vernacular in style, 4 of each Neoclassical and Victorian variations, 2 in of each in the styles of Eclectic, Traditional, Georgian, Colonial and Spanish revivals, and one of each architectural group of a Ranch, Cape Cod, Regency, Mediterranean, Tudor Revival, Federal, Arts & Crafts and Modern. These properties each have a different story and history behind them with construction beginning in 1885. Getting AroundWalking, biking or driving is the best form of transportation for this area of Cookeville. City sidewalks line North Dixie Avenue from Broad Street to 12th street, making transportation leisurely. Other Things to NoteWithin blocks is Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, the Town Square, the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, Dogwood Park, historical United States Post Office (once the courthouse), the Criminal Justice Center, the Depot Museum, delicious local restaurants, pubs and bakeries such as Father Tom's Pub, Spankie's, Seven Senses, The Cooke House, Char, House of Thai, Crawdaddy's, Poet's on the Square, Ralph's Donuts and more ...
Home/Apartment
Excellent
112 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis Post WWII stone house was hand-hewn by its original owner who spent 10 years digging through the rocks on the property's quarry. Updated at the beginning of 2014, this working farm is within a half-day's journey to numerous Upper Cumberland attractions, trails, and waterfalls. If guests prefer access to the urban, a Nashville, Knoxville or Chattanooga trip is within one and a half hours (1.5 hours) journey. Numerous golf courses are a stone's throw as well. Guests are welcome to walk the trails on the property or cycle down Brotherton Mountain. Address: 5380 Brotherton Mountain Road, Cookeville 38056 Guest AccessGuests will have access to a full kitchen with ice maker, 1950s fridge (with limited freezing space) dishwasher and spacious island. W/D available. WIFI and Dish TV. Loft is available for extra sleeping area if guests provide cots or portable mattresses and bedding. Interaction with GuestsKey code available a few days prior to your stay. The NeighborhoodSampson, the horse, is in the field outside the back porch. Cows are usually seen off in the distance. Crops grow, turkeys graze, deer nibble. Farm hands and trucks are present during working hours on weekdays and sometimes in the weekend. Gentle truck gravel sounds should be expected and relished. Other Things to NoteWifi available, 42" flat screen in living area with Dish service, fire pit out back, outdoor furniture on front and back porches. Master bedroom is downstairs with queen bed ; second bedroom is upstairs (queen bed), accessible via a ladder-like staircase. Older children may be more suitable than young ones. Allergy season can be taxing on some, so if you're prone to pollen disturbances, bring Zyrtec. Please note that we allow dogs, but we ask that you be an extremely cautious and respectful pet owner. We ask that you crate unattended animals (especially at night if they are known to roam or to chew) and that in no circumstance should your animal be left alone without supervision. We have gone to great lengths to furnish the cabin for a luxury experience, and damages can be expensive and no fun.
Home/Apartment
2 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWe treat any pets just like part of our family. Guest AccessYour pet will have access to any space we have access to, which means they can explore everywhere. Interaction with GuestsAll the time: you can guarantee that there will always be some sort of interaction with your pet: if not from the dogs or us, the cat may possibly try to play with them. The NeighborhoodEveryone is friendly and there is a large field at the bottom of the neighborhood so your pet(s) can run and play. Getting AroundThis is not typically a public transportation area: however I think there is a program called UCarts, but it requires you call in advance for a scheduled pick up. Other Things to NoteIf you prefer that your dog be at your own residence during your time away: we do offer at Home Care for $20/Day that includes Walking, Feeding, Watering, Plant Watering, and Mail Collection, unless the client specifies otherwise. I prefer that your pet's shedding be minimal, our dogs are non-shedding, however I will accept pets on an individual basis. Your pet will need to be current on their shots and immunizations. If there is a health concern please let me know up front, also I will notify you of any health concerns that may come up during their stay with us. We have a doggy door so pets can go in and out as they please, so we prefer that you have one that will not run away, but if your pet is not used to a free running yard then we do have a roomy, comfy, nice area outside the doggy door that can accommodate pets needing to be enclosed within a space, there is a gate and it will remain closed upon owners request, so your pet will have access to the deck and side area for relief whenever needed. Pictures of this area posted. If your pet is used to a free run yard then their time outside will be heavily monitored during their initial stays and moderately monitored after this. I would prefer that your dog not have fleas, however if they do I can take them to the Cookeville Veterinarian Clinic for Confortis. I charge $40 for this, however it kills the fleas almost instantaneous and will work for atleast a month. I will notify you if this is necessary. If your dog comes to us dirty, I may have to bath them, this is $10. I will also notify you if this is the case. We are familiar with Composure, so if your pet does have anxiety or panic attacks just let us know prior to their stay and we will call you if we feel for any reason it may be ideal to administer one. To take your dog for a prescription for Composure if your animal does not already have one is also $40, the same as Confortis. Please understand our dogs are allowed anywhere in the house and on all furniture, so if we are to give your animal the same access we need them to be clean within reason. I do not want to become your pets new owner, this is intended to be a temporary stay while you are out on business or vacation or at work during the day. However, I do realize there may be extenuating circumstances and those will be accessed on an individual basis. We have other pets on the property: 2 small white ones and a kitten to be exact, we cannot accept animals with behavioral problems, sorry. Your animal must be amicable with other pets and humans. Your animal also needs to be house broken. A statement of liability is signed before your pet's initial stay with us.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
7 reviews
6br Home/Apartment
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceUnique B & B home with pool and gardens. Offer 4 suites. Downstairs suites are Carriage House and Saltbox Suites are very large bedroom and setting rooms with private baths. The two upstairs suites have 2 bedrooms and one bath for each suite. $202 is for each suite per night with tax additional. Can rent entire house for $810 per night plus tax. Guest AccessDownstairs suites have private access door and direct access to pool. Upstairs suites use log staircase. Interaction with GuestsWe enjoy our guests and most guest want to learn about the house and chat. We leave the amount of interaction up to the guest. The NeighborhoodQuite rural setting the is 2 miles outside of Cookeville City limits. Getting AroundClose to restaurants, lakes, state parks, water falls and caverns. Other Things to NoteWe do a lot of weddings and events on the weekends so during the week stays are preferred but sometimes we have some rooms available on the weekends. Please note that Tennessee has a 6% Hotel Tax and a 9.75% sales tax has been included in the price.
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The SpaceRich, elegant, timeless and mature colors combined with stately fixtures and finishes, unique with architectural angles and historic craftsman design. Features king bed and beautiful antique oak BR suit. Claw foot tub in bath off the hallway... Guest AccessWhen you rent this room, you will have access to the upstairs bath, downstairs sitting areas, music room with baby grand, dining area, beautiful kitchen, laundry room, comfy/tv room and outside patio with fire pit. Just check in with owner and/or other guests for availability of what you need or want to access. You will enjoy the upstairs bathroom with clawfoot tub for a relaxing bath or shower. If other guests are on the floor, just hang a towel in the window of the bathroom door to indicate the bathroom is in use. Interaction with GuestsIf I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay.
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The SpaceThe master bedroom has a victorian and eclectic flair full of rich Victorian tones and patterns and beautiful hardwood flooring offering king size bed, a nearby private patio and a newly renovated spa bath and shower with steamer. The master bedroom has a victorian and eclectic flair full of rich Victorian tones and patterns and beautiful hardwood flooring offering king size bed, a nearby cozy sitting room and a newly renovated spa bath and shower with steamer. The home itself is one of Cookeville's most historic craftsman style homes, the residence having had four owners in a century's time. The home was given as a dowry by local success Jere Whitson, to his daughter in 1896. Whitson was a wealthy Christian man, active in his church and community, highly respected for his business skills, philanthropy and devoted citizenship. Beaming with magical architectural touches the home beams with accessories such as an original signed and numbered mantle, authentic and original 1800's glass windows throughout, as well as the front French door, original hardwood flooring on the main level and three original fireplaces, one discovered behind a wall in 2009, now exposed in the casual family room with added gas logs. This room also offers an original entry door that was uncovered in the renovation. Above the door is an original piece transom glass art by artist Lisa Mote, a relative of Ms. Bush. An original well was also discovered, first used in the back yard outside the master bedroom. The 19th century well is now built up with a brick surround, backlit and viewable in the new main level guest bathroom ... the perfect place to place your pennies and make a wish! In 2009 the now, fourth owner, gutted the home, down to the studs, finding numerous historical treasures such as baby shoes, matchbooks and medicine bottles. Ms. Bush, along with local remodeling crew, Cornerstone Builders and local decorator/designer Julie Callahan Gibson, designed and created a master suite addition with angled vaulted ceilings, a large sitting area, walk-in closet, spacious tiled shower surround, as well as a stonework patio and deck with entries from the master bedroom or the laundry area. The newly designed upstairs full bathroom has an original glass pane door that was once the back door to the home in addition to a claw foot tub. All of the kitchen and bathroom cabinetry is new, as well as most of the lighting fixtures. Master bedroom and spa bath along with cozy sitting area and closet. Beautiful porch and patio with fire pit is right outside the double doors of the sitting area, just off the bedroom. You will also have access to our comfy tv room, the wrap-around porch and swing, a music room with baby grand piano, dining room and kitchen. If I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay. Cookeville's North Dixie Avenue Historic District contains 43 properties. Their styles range from 17 different categories, making North Dixie Cookeville’s most eclectic and intriguing historic district. These categories include: 9 Craftsman/Bungalow homes one of which is the subject property 107 North Dixie Avenue, 6 Vernacular in style, 4 of each Neoclassical and Victorian variations, 2 in of each in the styles of Eclectic, Traditional, Georgian, Colonial and Spanish revivals, and one of each architectural group of a Ranch, Cape Cod, Regency, Mediterranean, Tudor Revival, Federal, Arts & Crafts and Modern. These properties each have a different story and history behind them with construction beginning in 1885. Walking, biking or driving is the best form of transportation for this area of Cookeville. City sidewalks line North Dixie Avenue from Broad Street to 12th street, making transportation leisurely. Within blocks is Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, the Town Square, the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, Dogwood Park, historical United States Post Office (once the courthouse), the Criminal Justice Center, the Depot Museum, delicious local restaurants and bakeries such as Spankie's, Seven Senses, Father Tom's, The Cooke House, Char, House of Thai, Crawdaddy's, Westside Deli, Poet's on the Square, Ralph's Donuts and more ... Master bedroom and spa bath along with cozy sitting area and closet. Beautiful porch and patio with fire pit is right outside the double doors of the sitting area, just off the bedroom. You will also have access to our comfy tv room, the wrap-around porch and swing, a music room with baby grand piano, dining room and kitchen. If I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay. Cookeville's North Dixie Avenue Historic District contains 43 properties. Their styles range from 17 different categories, making North Dixie Cookeville’s most eclectic and intriguing historic district. These categories include: 9 Craftsman/Bungalow homes one of which is the subject property 107 North Dixie Avenue, 6 Vernacular in style, 4 of each Neoclassical and Victorian variations, 2 in of each in the styles of Eclectic, Traditional, Georgian, Colonial and Spanish revivals, and one of each architectural group of a Ranch, Cape Cod, Regency, Mediterranean, Tudor Revival, Federal, Arts & Crafts and Modern. These properties each have a different story and history behind them with construction beginning in 1885. Walking, biking or driving is the best form of transportation for this area of Cookeville. City sidewalks line North Dixie Avenue from Broad Street to 12th street, making transportation leisurely. Within blocks is Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, the Town Square, the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, Dogwood Park, historical United States Post Office (once the courthouse), the Criminal Justice Center, the Depot Museum, delicious local restaurants and bakeries such as Spankie's, Seven Senses, Father Tom's, The Cooke House, Char, House of Thai, Crawdaddy's, Westside Deli, Poet's on the Square, Ralph's Donuts and more ... Guest AccessMaster bedroom and spa bath along with cozy sitting area and closet. Beautiful porch and patio with fire pit is right outside the double doors of the sitting area, just off the bedroom. You will also have access to our comfy tv room, the wrap-around porch and swing, a music room with baby grand piano, dining room and kitchen. Interaction with GuestsIf I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay. The NeighborhoodCookeville's North Dixie Avenue Historic District contains 43 properties. Their styles range from 17 different categories, making North Dixie Cookeville’s most eclectic and intriguing historic district. These categories include: 9 Craftsman/Bungalow homes one of which is the subject property 107 North Dixie Avenue, 6 Vernacular in style, 4 of each Neoclassical and Victorian variations, 2 in of each in the styles of Eclectic, Traditional, Georgian, Colonial and Spanish revivals, and one of each architectural group of a Ranch, Cape Cod, Regency, Mediterranean, Tudor Revival, Federal, Arts & Crafts and Modern. These properties each have a different story and history behind them with construction beginning in 1885. Getting AroundWalking, biking or driving is the best form of transportation for this area of Cookeville. City sidewalks line North Dixie Avenue from Broad Street to 12th street, making transportation leisurely. Other Things to NoteWithin blocks is Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville Regional Medical Center, the Town Square, the Cookeville Performing Arts Center, Dogwood Park, historical United States Post Office (once the courthouse), the Criminal Justice Center, the Depot Museum, delicious local restaurants and bakeries such as Spankie's, Seven Senses, Father Tom's, The Cooke House, Char, House of Thai, Crawdaddy's, Westside Deli, Poet's on the Square, Ralph's Donuts and more ...
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The SpaceFinished with a fresh shade and spirit of Lincoln Park, this cozy abode offers a western view on the southwestern wing of the historic residence. In addition this guest room also has a delightful naturesque feel with hints of Boy Scout past adventures, badges, honors, buffalo and bison. Breathe in life and adventure while resting your dogs here ... Guest AccessWhen you rent this room, you will have access to the upstairs bath, downstairs sitting areas, music room with baby grand, dining area, beautiful kitchen, laundry room, comfy/tv room and outside patio with fire pit. Just check in with owner and/or other guests for availability of what you need or want to access. You will enjoy the upstairs bathroom with clawfoot tub for a relaxing bath or shower. If other guests are on the floor, just hang a towel in the window of the bathroom door to indicate the bathroom is in use. Interaction with GuestsIf I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay.
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The SpaceThis unique shabby chic bedroom comes complete with a queen size bed with walls of pickling white wash. This bedroom is upstairs on the right. Guest AccessWhen you rent this room, you will have access to the upstairs bath, downstairs sitting areas, music room with baby grand, dining area, beautiful kitchen, laundry room, comfy/tv room and outside patio with fire pit. Just check in with owner and/or other guests for availability of what you need or want to access. You will enjoy the upstairs bathroom with clawfoot tub for a relaxing bath or shower. If other guests are on the floor, just hang a towel in the window of the bathroom door to indicate the bathroom is in use. Interaction with GuestsIf I am home, I love to gab and share information about the neighborhood and the home itself. If I am away, a friendly face will greet you at some time during your stay.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceWhy stay in a hotel room when you can stay in a tastefully decorated private apartment/guest quarters that is attached to our home. Completely self contained with it's own HVAC system. Wifi access as well as DirecTV Satellite television. Televisions in both the living room and bedroom. Our home is located in an upscale golf course community. Guest AccessPrivate access allowing guests to come and go with ease. Dedicated parking space (1). Interaction with GuestsWe are a family of four. With the private access to our guest quarters, there will be no interaction with us (if that is what you prefer). This is a completely self contained unit with its own entrance, HVAC, etc. Your privacy will be respected. The NeighborhoodUpscale golf course community with a pool (open seasonally), a tennis court and a clubhouse serving pub fare. Getting AroundPrivate transportation is a must for this area. Taxis are available, however, Uber/Lyft is not yet in this area. Other Things to NoteThis space is designed for two. However, we can accommodate a small child in the living room area using an air mattress or a pack-n-play.
Hotel
Excellent
2 reviews
3-star Hotel
Situated near the airport, this bed & breakfast is within 20 mi (32 km) of Cookeville History Museum, Cookeville Golf Club, and Tennessee Tech University. Burgess Falls State Park is 24.5 mi (39.5 km) away.
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The SpacePrivate wooded property just outside the city limits of Livingston, TN. Near golf course, food stores and restaurants, downtown Livingston, The Clark House, walking park, workout facilities, and Dale Hollow Lake. Guest AccessThe right side of the structure is a 500 square foot space with full kitchen, washer and dryer, bedroom, bathroom, and living area. The left side of structure is a garage that will be used by the owner throughout the day. Interaction with GuestsI will be available to offer assistance if needed. Darren Oliver Cell: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Pat Oliver Cell: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Land Line: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) The NeighborhoodNeighborhood is quite and private. Getting AroundParking is available on site. Other Things to NoteAt the entrance to the gravel drive-way you will notice a vintage bicycle and a rock with the numbers 681.
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1br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceDitty Road Retreat offers a one bedroom, walk-out basement apartment located in a park-like country setting six miles from I-40. There is sleeper sofa in the den, hence, 4 guests. Included is Wi-Fi, cable TV and land line phone service, if needed (cell service is sometimes weak). There is an outside sitting area and it is a short walk to the gazebo by the creek near the entrance. There are plenty of windows for one to enjoy a view of the woods. Be on the lookout for turkey and deer. Guests are encouraged to use the sauna. Drop a dime in the vintage '55 Coke machine and enjoy a beverage as you relax on the patio. I might mention that Cookeville, home of Tennessee Tech University, is an hour from Music City USA and two hours from the Great Smoky Mountains or Chattanooga. Burgess Falls State Park is ten minutes from Ditty Road Retreat. Putnam- White Co. Airport is 5 minutes east. Experience the beauty of Tennessee in a peaceful, quiet and charming getaway for any reason or any season. Guest AccessGuests may sit on the patio and enjoy the wooded view; take a short walk to the creek and rest at the gazebo (wading is optional); enjoy a Coke from an operational vintage soda machine (10¢ each!); relax in the sauna and hop into a cool shower; walk across the field to a trail in the woods where deer and turkey abide or just hang around the apartment furnished with some pretty neat stuff. Interaction with GuestsInteraction with quests will be minimal, however, I will be available to address any need, whatsoever, that may arise. The NeighborhoodMy neighbors are almost a block away (in city folk terms). Far enough away for some elbow room but close enough to be called good neighbors. My guests usually comment about the beauty and the peace and quiet of the surroundings. Getting AroundThere is no public transportation. However, there is taxi service. Other Things to NoteOther things: The sauna is unique feature available to my guests - enjoy! I do not own a dog or cat but I do have a surrogate pet, "Bo" a springer spaniel, owned by my neighbor, may show up, sad-eyed, looking for a piece of bread or a pat - either will do. Don't let the look fool you, he gets plenty of both carousing the neighborhood.
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis historic apartment is newly remodelled with hardwood throughout and a fabulous new bathroom with rain shower. There are two large double bedrooms. One features a queen bed, built in closet and record player. The other has two twin beds. The living and dining area is tastefully and fully appointed with a Smart TV, cable and WIFI. There's a bonus walk in dressing area/powder room with desk/work area and a separate storage/laundry with a washer and dryer. If you need more beds we can provide 2 more roll-always at $20 extra per night each. We also have a number of added little extras like Keurig coffee machine and hair dryer. Guest AccessThe entire 2 bedroom apt is yours for the duration of your stay. Interaction with GuestsAn offsite building manager will be available to assist, but will also stay out of your way! The NeighborhoodAt your doorstep you have the vibrant and beautiful town square of one of Tennessee's most charming small town communities. Sample the excellent family owned restaurants, explore the surprising boutiques with original local products or pick a bargain at one of the antique stores. Dale Hollow Lake is a 15 minute drive away with all it has to offer and Cookeville an easy 20 minutes drive down highway 111. Standing Stone State Park is 10 minutes away with several beautiful hikes and picnic spots. Getting AroundPlenty of parking in front of building. Other Things to NoteThere is a flight of stairs to walk up to access the apartment so it is not handicap accessible. If we don't have anyone checking in or out at either side of your stay we are happy to be flexible on check-in and check-out times but you will need to confirm with the property manager on the day.
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With a stay at Garden Inn at Bee Rock in Monterey, you'll be near the airport and within the region of Cookeville Golf Club and Cookeville History Museum. Make yourself at home in one of the 11 individually decorated guestrooms. Conveniences include desks and coffee/tea makers. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include wedding services and a fireplace in the lobby. A complimentary continental breakfast is included. Free self parking is available onsite.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
65 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThe interior is soulfully modern with white board and batting, a claw foot tub, double fireplaces, and a bright kitchen with new everything. The master bedroom is downstairs and has private door accommodations. The loft area has a double bed and a twin bed and is open to the downstairs, without a private door. We also supply a twin air mattress with linens if a sixth person would like to stay. The loft is accessed by a ship's ladder and is not recommended for small children or the elderly. The poured concrete floors have been outfitted with thermal heat so feet never need to be cold. There are two work spaces, one down and one up, two televisions, and one main eating area downstairs. It is a small 1000 square foot home, but it is efficient. One bathroom with laundry facilities as well. Good WIFI and Dish service. Guest AccessWIFI and Dish service Interaction with GuestsWe'll contact you via email with key code instructions :) The NeighborhoodQuiet, country area. Lake view, but no access to the lake for recreational use. Other Things to NotePlease note that we allow dogs, but we ask that you be an extremely cautious and respectful pet owner. We ask that you crate unattended animals (especially at night if they are known to roam or to chew) and that in no circumstance should your animal be left alone without supervision. We have gone to great lengths to furnish the cabin for a luxury experience, and damages can be expensive and no fun.
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Excellent
10 reviews
3br Home/Apartment
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Cozy cabin in the woods, quiet/secluded-but close to Cookeville, TN. 3 bed/2 bath; with full kitchen. Covered front porch with a grill/covered-screened in back deck with table DO NOT USE (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) MAPS, IT'S INCORRECT. The address is 4350 Cedar Springs, Cookeville, TN 3850
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Executive 1 Bedroom/1 Bathroom Apartment Private Entrance separate from House 15 Minutes to Hospital, TTU, or 20 Minutes to new Sports Academy Fully furnished No smoking/pets
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1br Home/Apartment
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We offer short term rentals in one and two bedrooms that are fully furnished and some include washers and dryers in the unit. The rent price includes electric, water, internet and cable. Our security deposits are $500. We hope to hear from you soon!
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66br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this hotel is 2.3 mi (3.8 km) from Cookeville History Museum and within 9 mi (15 km) of Tennessee Tech University and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park is 10.6 mi (17.1 km) away.
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98br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Cookeville History Museum and within 9 mi (15 km) of Tennessee Tech University and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park is 10.6 mi (17.1 km) away.
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60br hotel
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Located in the heart of Cookeville, this hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceI bought the Home on Freeze in a spirit of celebration--a 24th birthday gift to myself. As a designer, this house was to be my valentine to all things Southern and gentrified. And somewhere between the headaches of hardware and realizing that renovations are not as seen on tv, this house became not only a labor of love, but a test of patience and piety. I set out with a singular vision: from pillar to post, all of the house's features would be locally sourced. A full year and lots of change later, that vision remains intact. With one minor exception: the heirlooms from my grandparents' lake house. Each area of the cottage houses at least one artifact from that lake house, my family's congregational place and the backdrop of my childhood. These pieces have informed my philosophy of what home is: A sacred space for self-expression and no judgments. A hearth. Guests will find that same philosophy embedded throughout the home. Each room is a vignette of eclectic design. And each detail is a talisman of family heritage or the romance of travel. I designed the Home on Freeze as my own primary residence, never intending to leave it. But occupation and the open road beckon sometimes... As a professional photographer who spends most of his time in the company of strangers, I understand the importance of comfort and community when it comes to travel. That's why I spare no detail or expense for houseguests. I don't think of Freeze as a "home away from home" per se. It's a place to be home. In the morning, light spills onto the east facing wall, illuminating a garland of heirlooms and art. In the corner of the cottage sits the family room, a quaint niche for some light reading. Soak in a long bath in the cast iron tub until the bubbles are all gone. The shared bathroom includes marble flooring and period-specific brass fixtures. And because no two travelers are the same, the house offers guests two varieties of sleeping quarters. The Gent's Quarters are richly adorned in lake house and equestrian heirlooms and antiquated confederate memorabilia. The Upper Quarters, wreathed in jewel tones, are lavish respite for the day ahead. Guest bedrooms are stocked with Belgium linens and, naturally, all bedding is locally sourced. A full cooked breakfast is not provided since many guest wish to enjoy the local breakfast spots like The Cooke House, Poet's, and Crawdaddy's, which are all just a short walk through the neighborhood. But if you feel like breakfast in bed, guests also have access to the full kitchen with professional grade Kitchen Aid appliances, industrial sink, open shelving, and hand-crafted hickory cabinets. The home bar is always stocked. Orange juice in the fridge. Help yourself to the adjoining side patio if you wish. It's a nice nook for brunch or, for night owls, stargazing. The landscape is routinely tended and my slight obsession with hydrangeas is apparent (over 65 of them on the property). Fire pit in the back yard; firewood's chopped & Adirondack furniture's at the ready. Though, you may want to pack a bag of marshmallows. Welcome to Home on Freeze! Guest AccessFree street parking is available in front of the house. Guests have access to the entire home, with exception to the compartmentalized master suite which is offset from the central living area. Interaction with GuestsThough work keeps me on the open road, you're sure to find the cottage primed for your arrival. The NeighborhoodIf your adventurous spirit leads you beyond the walls of the Home on Freeze, you're a stone's throw away from some of the region's most revered outdoor attractions--at least two state parks (Burgess and Cummins Falls) are a quick journey down the road. Fall Creek Falls and Rock Island are just a stretch further as the crow flies. And you're always within walking distance of an outdoor shop if you get the itch to go off-path. For the urbanites: a visit to Nashville, Knoxville, Franklin, or Chattanooga is within an hour and a half roadtrip (playlists encouraged). If antiquing is up your ally, Cookeville is a mecca of sorts. And since Southern hospitality is alive and well, you might want to grab a bite and meet the natives about town. A nice mixture of folk from all walks of life and some of the best storytellers you'll encounter. Strum on the front porch if you like. Just expect to see some friendly faces and the occasional neighborhood pup while you do. Getting AroundCookeville is centrally located for easy access to all popular hot spots. Though biking, driving, and the local bus station are leisurely modes, Cookeville is pedestrian friendly. People do like an evening stroll, cycle, or jog around here. And with beautiful sidewalks leading over to Dogwood Park and the Historic West Side, you owe it to yourself to sightsee by foot. Other Things to NoteGrab the remote in the guest bedroom to access Apple TV, Hulu, and Netflix. Or you can also cast something from your own computer through the house WiFi.
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76br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this hotel is 1.8 mi (3 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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46br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this motel is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 2.1 mi (3.4 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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Excellent
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84br hotel
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Situated in a rural location, this hotel is 2 mi (3.2 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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Poor
153 reviews
33br hotel
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Located in the heart of Cookeville, this hotel is 1.9 mi (3 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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63br hotel
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When visiting Cookeville, Motel 6 Cookeville Tn is a great choice to consider. Guests can splash around at the outdoor pool or grab a bite to eat at the restaurant.
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Poor
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88br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Cookeville History Museum, Tennessee Tech University, and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park and Cummins Falls State Park are also within 16 mi (25 km).
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93br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this hotel is 2.4 mi (3.9 km) from Cookeville History Museum and within 9 mi (15 km) of Tennessee Tech University and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park is 10.5 mi (16.8 km) away.
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92br hotel
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Located in the heart of Cookeville, this hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 3 mi (4.9 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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60br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this motel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from Cookeville History Museum and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Tennessee Tech University. Cookeville Golf Club and Burgess Falls State Park are also within 12 mi (20 km).
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Poor
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100br hotel
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Situated in Cookeville, this motel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Cookeville History Museum, Cookeville Golf Club, and Tennessee Tech University. Burgess Falls State Park and Cummins Falls State Park are also within 20 mi (32 km).
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Poor
242 reviews
99br hotel
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This hotel features an outdoor pool, a 24-hour fitness center, and coffee/tea in the lobby. Free continental breakfast, free WiFi in public areas, and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include a seasonal outdoor pool, dry cleaning, and laundry facilities.
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Garden Inn at Bee Rock is a great choice for a stay in Monterey. Free perks include continental breakfast and self parking.
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Poor
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50br hotel
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Situated in Monterey, this inn is within 20 mi (32 km) of Cookeville History Museum, Tennessee Tech University, and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park is 24.5 mi (39.4 km) away.
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Garden Inn at Bee Rock is a great choice for a stay in Monterey. Free perks include continental breakfast and self parking.
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28br hotel
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Situated in Livingston, this motel is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Overton County Heritage Museum and 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Hidden Valley Golf and Country Club. Statnding Stone State Park and Tennessee Tech University are also within 25 mi (40 km).
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51br motel
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Located in the heart of Cookeville, this motel is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Cookeville History Museum and within 9 mi (15 km) of Tennessee Tech University and Cookeville Golf Club. Burgess Falls State Park is 10.4 mi (16.7 km) away.