Fall Hollow Bed and Breakfast - Hohenwald, Tennessee

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Great place, food and hosts. We would all recommend staying here.

Tom, Kim, Tim, Dara, Warren and Dawn - St. Louis, MO
June 2016

Don't judge Fall Hollow B&B by its outward appearance! The rooms are very good and the food is hearty and great. One of our party is from Wisconsin, so he, Noel and Shari had lots to talk about.

Jane, Pete, Don, and Bill - Damascus, MD
March 2016

Bill and Kathy, thank you! You are so generous, friendly and welcoming. We arrived rain-soaked, soggy and tired. You took us with you to lunch at the Mennonite BBQ. We shared good times in two days and remember our stay so fondly. Thanks for urging us to visit Tom Hendrix memorial stone wall in Alabama. It was the spiritual highlight of our trip. Good people.

Wendi & Eli, Philadelphia, PA
May 2015

Bill and Kathy were the nicest people! We really enjoyed our stay with them. Dad and I arrived on our bicycles around 2:00pm. We had not eaten lunch so Bill immediately fixed us a sandwich even though the restaurant was closed! They drove us into town both nights of our stay for dinner. The campgrounds and rooms were very well maintained and clean.A wonderful place and even better people!

Sherri Monday, Lee's Summitt, MO
July 2014

Had a great time at Fall Hollow! Bill, Kathy and Roscoe were terrific hosts. They knew the area well, and provided insight on what to see! Would recommend this location to any cyclists.

Laura and Tammy, Indianapolis, IN
July 2014

We were bicycling and it was very convenient, right off the Trace. The room was very comfortable. The closest town for a meal is 8 miles away, but the owners were so nice to give us a ride into town and even had dinner with us. The next morning we were treated to a great, homecooked breakfast. I can definitely recommend this B&B to cyclists or others traveling the Trace.

Jeff and Christine, Newport, KY
March 2014

When we arrived at the Fall Hollow campground tired after our first day of biking the Trace, Bill and Kathy greeted us warmly and handed us large glasses of sweet tea. Heaven! Our room was spacious and clean. Bill made us a filling dinner of red beans and rice and a hearty breakfast the next morning. Before we continued our bike ride the next day, Bill pointed out items of interest that we shouldn't miss along the Trace. He strongly suggested we stop to see the "Stonetalker" at milemarker 338. He smiled mysteriously and wouldn't tell us much, just promised that stopping there would be a highlight. He was so right!

Kathie and Billy - Big Prairie, OH
March 2014

Very welcoming, clean, quiet and delicious food. The accomodations were perfect after a long day on the bike. My friend and I wanted a weekend to go "out and back" from my house in Franklin on the Trace and this location was perfect. With a few side trips we got 95 miles on Saturday and 70 on Sunday. The fact that dinner and breakfast is available at the same location is extremely convenient. Randy's help with the reservations was awesome as well, we even got to meet him at the restaurant that night. I will definitely go back and would highly recommend including this B&B into your trip.

Jason and Mike - Tennessee and Indiana
September 2013

Bill and Kathy were wonderful hosts, they make you feel right at home from the first time you say hello to when you say bye. And the food is great - Bill does all the cooking (he ought to be on the food network diners, drive-ins, and dives). The place is rustic but don't let looks fool you it is really nice and clean. This is a must stay on the top of the trace!!!!!

Lopez - Indianapolis, IN
May 2013

The description is accurate; this is a very basic accommodation. But, how fun! When we arrived Bill greeted us and we sat and chatted about all "his cyclists." You have to put your pin on his map. Dinner was good, the hush puppies were to die for. I couldn't figure out the secret ingredient. Breakfast and conversation were great. He even loaned us a vehicle to run up to the winery. Just look out if you are cycling north--the first hill is a killer!

The Gordons - Hustonville, KY
October 2012

A heapin' helpin' of hospitality. Comfortable, friendly, option to camp or stay in a nice motel-style room. Owners were amazingly friendly, and really took care of us after a tough day of cycling.

Josh and Jake May - Nashville, TN
April 2012

 

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Fall Hollow Bed & Breakfast
1329 Columbia Highway
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462 (click to view a map)

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