Granville Bed & Breakfast is located in a beautiful country setting in the historic riverboat town of Granville, Tennessee, just 60 miles east of Nashville. So please bring your family and friends to join with ours in celebrating the positive things life has to offer - good food, fun, local history, simpler times, a day on the lake, a lazy afternoon with relaxed, comfortable conversation and friendly smiles and faces. The Jared House has two private bedrooms, each on a different floor with private baths. It also offers a large sitting area with fireplace, dining room and jacuzzi room. Relax on the large front porch with rockers and an inspiring view of Cordell Hull Lake. Attention to detail is evident in the personalized service provided each guest. The Carter House has four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It can comfortably accommodate up to 12 guests (queen size sofa bed). The Bed and Breakfast is adjacent to a 1931 original bank building. Step back in time as you visit the bank, post office, and barber shop museums. Shop for gifts, collectibles and antiques located in the old bank. http://www.tnvacation.com/triptales/granville-celebrates-its-past-with-a-victorian-christmas-and-parade/
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Directions to Granville: (From Nashville) Take I-40E and exit 258. Turn left at the end of the ramp. Take the Hwy 53/Hwy 70 ramp toward Cookeville. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the right) and the Corner Market (on the left), take a left onto Hwy 53 for 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. The B&B is on the right. (From Knoxville/Cookeville) Take I-40W and exit 268. Turn right at the end of the ramp and travel about 5 miles until the road ends at Hwy 70. Turn left. At the Chestnut Mound Post Office (on the left) and Corner Market (on the right), turn right onto Hwy 53. Proceed 5.3 miles, turn right onto Clover Street. The B&B is on the right.
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