The next time you spend the night in Memphis, TN, and you feel like pampering yourself, this story is for you. Tennessee Crossroads discovered an absolutely gorgeous Victorian mansion in the Bluff City that offers modern comforts and old world charm. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.
When you visit the Smoky Mountains, you've got plenty of options for overnight accommodations. You can rough it in a tent, or live it up in a fancier hotel. A Bed and Breakfast can be the right choice if you want a little pampering in a natural setting that's close to all the park's attraction. Tennessee Crossroads chose one that's highly favored, in more ways than one. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more. This business is closed, but please enjoy the memories of this journey.
Cumberland Gap, TN
During the late nineteenth century, there were about 3,000 working mills in Tennessee, including saw, textile, and grain mills. Today there are only a handful of these historic mills still in operation. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication to keep them running. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to Cumberland Gap to visit a family that not only keeps the town's old mill running, they've turned it into a Bed and Breakfast. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Trying to preserve our state’s history and green space, while at the same time give travelers a 5 -Star experience can be a challenge. But the owners and management at the Hermitage Hotel in downtown Nashville, TN are not only doing that, they’re taking it one step further. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about The Hermitage Hotel and Farm at Glen Leven.
A place can mean a lot to a town. The Hale Springs Inn is such a place to the people of Rogersville in east Tennessee. The Inn has been at the heart of the town since the early 1800's, and when it fell on hard times, the people of Rogersville, TN got together to save it. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Red Boiling Springs, TN
Red Boiling Springs, TN got its name from the red tinted water that used to flow freely there in the early part of the 1900's. Back then, people converged on the town because they thought the water had healing powers. As the word spread, the town became a popular destination and dozens of hotels were built. Today only three remain, and one of them is the Thomas House. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.