If you are a fan of American Picker Mike Wolfe, here’s your chance to spend the night in his guest house.
Called Two Lanes Guest House, it’s located in historic downtown Columbia, just above the Bike Shop Wolfe purchased in the Public Square.
Announcing its opening on social media, Wolfe shared, “Proud to announce that my Two Lanes Guesthouse vacation rental in Columbia, TN is now OPEN! This project was extra special to me because this is the first time fans of American Pickers on History can see my vision for the picks I collect. Looking forward to your visit.”
The loft space is 1100 square feet with one bedroom. Inside you will find bicycles hung from the ceiling, old signs, one that hangs in the kitchen says “City Cafe Good Things to Eat.” There’s also a nod to music with the RCA dog Nipper and musical instruments hung on the wall.
Since Wolfe travels six months out of the year, he used his own experience of travel and what he prefers when away from home to furnish the guest house.
Wolfe also enlisted his Leiper’s Fork neighbors Trinity Shay and Sam Robertson to help with the project.
Another highlight of the loft is the mint green 1951 Vespa that sits in front of the “Fire Eater” banner which was planned as the perfect spot to take a photo and remember your stay and share it on Instgram.
GUESTHOUSE FAST FACTS
- Sleeps four comfortably
- One bedroom (king bed)
- Pull out couch (queen bed)
- Full bathroom
- Full kitchen
- No pets
Those interested in making a reservation at Two Lanes Guest House can visit the website here.
Take a look at photos below. All photos credit of Antique Archaeology.