Welcome to Lairdland Farm Bed & Breakfast. Your host, Jim Blackburn, invites you to enjoy a peaceful weekend in a charming and completely restored cabin. Surrounded by Lairdland Farm's 250 acres of pastoral Giles County beauty, our Bed and Breakfast cabins are the perfect setting for a weekend getaway - or a week long Tennessee vacation. The cabins are ideal for a couple, or they can accommodate a group of up to six people.
Take a step back in time and enjoy our vintage nineteenth-century cabins. Down by the creek each cabin features a cozy living room with large fireplace, a full kitchen, and a dining area. A master bedroom with a queen-size bed and a full bath can also be found downstairs. Upstairs a large loft contains additional accommodations. Relax and rock on one of the spacious porches where the peaceful view allows you to see nature at its best.
Being "down on the farm" doesn't mean having to "rough it". The bed and breakfast cabins are fully equipped with modern conveniences such as central heat and air, and television while maintaining the romance found in front of a wood burning fireplace.
For breakfast we stock the refrigerator with fresh country ham biscuits, assorted muffins, lots of coffee, and hot chocolate. You are welcome to prepare your other meals in the cabin's kitchen or grill a steak in the back yard (charcoal not provided)!
Located just 65 miles south of Nashville, TN and 45 miles north of Huntsville, AL only a few minutes off Interstate 65.
The Springhouse Cabin features a downstairs bedroom with a queen bed and a full bath off of the hall. Upstairs there is a queen bed and a full bath.
The Clock Creek Cabin features a downstairs bedroom with a queen bed and a full bath off of the hall. Upstairs there is a queen bed and two singles.
Your accomodations are for the entire cabin.
Lairdland Farm House, located in beautiful Giles County, Tennessee, is on the National Register of Historic Places.
John Laird, an Irish imigrant, was given a 5,000 acre land grant by the state of North Carolina in appreciation for Laird’s service in the Continental Army during the Revolutionary War. Tennessee was still Indian Territory when Laird settled on Lynn Creek and raised his family. In 1857 John Laird’s youngest son, Robert H. Laird, purchased this property in the Brick Church community from Thomas J. Lane, his brother-in-law, who built the original home in 1831. From that time on it has been known as Lairdland Farm. Contained in the home is an extensive and authentic museum of Civil War artifacts.
From Interstate 65, take exit 22, and turn south onto Highway 31A in the direction of Pulaski. Go 2 miles. Just past Grady Ingrum's grocery turn left on Blackburn Hollow Road, and proceed 7/10 mile to the Springhouse Cabin entrance at 3340 Blackburn Hollow Road.
From Interstate 65, take exit 22, and turn south onto Highway 31A in the direction of Pulaski. Go 2 miles. Just past Grady Ingrum's grocery turn left on Blackburn Hollow Road, and proceed 1/2 mile to Clock Creek Road. Turn left, and the entrance to the cabin is just 200 yards ahead on the right. 150 Clock Creek Road.