Meriwether's Retreat Bed and Breakfast - Hohenwald, Tennessee

Meriwether's Retreat Bed and Breakfast - Hohenwald, Tennessee

Meriwether's Retreat is located in Hohenwald, Tennessee only three blocks from the historic downtown area that offers several restaurants, coffee shop, Lewis County Museum of Natural History, Elephant Discovery Center, restored Train Depot and several shops.

The B&B's namesake, Meriwether Lewis who led the Corps of Discovery expedition to the Pacific Northwest with William Clark in 1806 is buried at nearby Meriwether Lewis Park on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Lewis died from gunshot wounds in 1809 on the old Natchez Trace while traveling from St. Louis to Washington.

Lodging at Meriwether's Retreat are whole house rentals with the advantages of both a vacation rental and a bed and breakfast:

  • vacation rental - the entire home is rented to one group at a time
  • bed and breakfast - full gourmet breakfast, fruit, milk, coffee and tea as well as late night snacks and the owner/innkeepers are nearby
Meriwether's Retreat Properties

Olga’s House, located on the former site of the Kursheedt Lace Factory, is named after factory seamstress Olga Schild. Photographs of the factory and Olga are displayed throughout the home. The factory produced a variety of trimmings used by garment manufacturers--plaitings, braids, laces, buttons and embroideries. The one-story home has an open floor plan that includes two bedrooms, one bathroom, and plenty of space to unwind.

The Voorhies House will be available soon.


Contact Meriwether's Retreat Bed & Breakfast

Meriwether's Retreat Bed & Breakfast
17 East 3rd Avenue
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462 (click to view a map)

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