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Fairfield, Iowa, United States
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've been going to the Thomas House since 2009, and each visit has been memorable. The peaceful acreage is a beautiful backdrop for a hotel with lots of history and even more nostalgia. The place is filled with beautiful antiques, and each room has a unique theme and color scheme. It's definitely a juxtaposition to stay in the Jungle themed...

Thank Lance L
Brandenburg, Kentucky
Reviewed 19 March 2017

I went with a dear friend that had enjoyed the quirkiness of the rooms, she had already warned about the place, that the bathrooms were not very pleasant. I was ok with that. Here is how my visit went: When you walk into the place we smelt gas, like natural gas. checked in. My room was decent. the bathroom I...

1Thank Mary S
Franklin, Tennessee
Reviewed 13 February 2017

We stayed at the Thomas House along with another couple while on a winery tour of the Upper Cumberland area. Our last winery tour was nearby so we stayed at the Thomas House. If you are not into ghost hunting, don't waste your time. The place is a dump! We stayed in Room 41. Upon entering the hotel (even knowing...

1Thank rgentry2017
Chattanooga, Tennessee
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

Such a unique location to be able to spend the night comfortably and investigate. We were treated as family the moment we came in. I found staying here was inexpensive. For our nightly fee it came with an all you can eat dinner and breakfast buffet which was homemade southern food. The rooms were all unique in their own way...

Thank Amagouirk8202011
Reviewed 30 January 2017

We recently spent the night here for a ghost hunt weekend. Upon check in we were given a room key, yes this place still has old-fashioned southern charm. There were about 30 of us plus the Ghost Hunt team. We had a delicious dinner of homemade biscuits, fried chicken, creamed potatoes, green beans, fried apples, cabbage & carrots, and pineapple...

Thank RDH2017
Reviewed 6 December 2016

Although I grew up in Livingston, Tennessee, I'd never heard of the Thomas House. Not until moving to Idaho and watching Paranormal State, was I made aware of such a treasure right in my own backyard. During my next visit to the family, I decided to make a special effort to spend one night at the beautiful Inn. I was...

2Thank Pamala M
Benton, Kentucky
Reviewed 4 December 2016 via mobile

It's was ok. The hotel itself in need of lots of repair and is not as clean as it could be. A one time visit is what it will be Could be a good place is fixed up and cleaned up. They are just riding in on the Ghost hunts instead of a nice place to get away

Thank Sis666
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Participated in an all-night ghost hunt here (including the church across the street). The property is very run down, but it contributed to the atmosphere for the hunt. It's a very old hotel. The food was fabulous! There's not much to do in the area, though. Nashville would be the best place to go for fun.

Thank L. R
Reviewed 15 November 2016 via mobile

We absolutely had so much fun with ghost hunt weekends. I recommend Thomas House to everyone. Whether it's a haunted stay or not. The food was amazing as well!! And everyone was friendly. We has a lot of paranormal experiences:)

2Thank Ashlea L
Plant City, Florida
Reviewed 18 October 2016

We went for ghost hunt weekend. House is very old and could use some fixing up. I understand that the old is what some people want but you still need to keep the place up. The food was Great and so was the staff. It was nice being able to talk with the owners to hear the historical back ground...

Thank Roland C

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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
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  • Free Parking
  • Breakfast included

Additional Information about Thomas House

Address: 520 East Main Street, Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150
Region: United States > Tennessee > Red Boiling Springs
Price Range: ₹ 3,749 - ₹ 6,464 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 14
Also Known As:
Thomas House Hotel Red Boiling Springs
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“Room 16 and Room 37 are the scariest- if you're into that sort of thing!”
lancel110, 4 May 2017 | Read review
“Come for the food and the show, but don't stay”
V4723ONmarys, 19 Mar 2017 | Read review
“Room 14 at the far end is probably the room with the most privacy, but it is also located in the most "active" hallway.”
  • Our room key. Yes they still use actual keys.
  • Rooms are decorated in antiques and old-fashioned country decor.
  • Small bathrooms. Vanity is outside the bathroom in the room. We loved the coziness of everything
RDH2017, 30 Jan 2017 | Read review
“Each room has it's own style, but the favorite room for the ghost hunter is #37, Sarah's room.”
838pamalam, 6 Dec 2016 | Read review
“Quiet room would be Room 5- downstairs (it is also handicap assessable) . most Haunted rooms in white hallway.”
  • Room 35
sigriedd, 17 Oct 2016 | Read review
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