5 Quick Valentine’s Day Getaways

Valentine’s Day is a time to spend with your loved one.  Often we are so busy with life that we barely have a conversation as we hurry to our next task.   We scouted out the best weekend trip getaways that are relatively close, but will give you that time to unwind, reconnect and relax  for a couple of days.

Leiper’s Fork Storybook Cottage– Just as dreamy as it sounds, this one bedroom cottage with cathedral  ceilings sits on eight acres in picturesque  Leiper’s Fork.  Its a one of a kind romantic getaway decorated by City Farmhouse’s  Kim Leggett, even includes an outdoor shower and a loft area

Moonshine Hill  located in Leiper’s Fork, was recently named of one the best B&B’s by “Harper’s Bazaar” in the country.  During your stay, you will assigned to your own personal cabin with  breakfast in the morning at Puckett’s.

The Inn at Fontanel located in Whites Creek. Inspired by Middle Tennessee farmhouse style, and built to look as if it has always been there, you will find no other luxury hotel as warm and welcoming as the Inn at Fontanel. As part of Southern Living Magazine’s 24-year tradition of building an annual Idea House in the south, Fontanel was the chosen site. It has been transformed from the 2013 Southern Living Idea House to our highly acclaimed Luxury Boutique Hotel and open now for business.

Blackberry Farm located on 9,200 acres in the Smoky Mountains.  A small boutique space of only 69 guest accommodations,   It has been recognized in such publications  as “Travel & Leisure,” “Wall Street Journal,” and “Vogue” just to name a few. Guest can enjoy activities  ranging from yoga, fly fishing, horseback riding, and even musical entertainment.  

Cottage on Main–  Have you envisioned living on Main Street one day in downtown Franklin?  This little cottage is  located on West Main.  Within walking distance of downtown Franklin, where you can enjoy dinner, movie and a nighttime walk on America’s favorite Main Street. Beautifully  decorated with local artwork, and most recently featured in a music video by For King & County.  It’s a treasure hidden in plain sight.