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I can't say enough good stuff about this place and the people who work there. They were amazing. We had so much fun. Nice little room, delicious food for breakfast, didn't have dinner with them but I'm sure it would be great as well. Staff...More
We came in from Gallatin on a Friday night for dinner with some family and friends. The staff was so friendly, service was great, and the food was delicious! They serve everything family style...yep, all you can eat! And it's super reasonably priced. We had...More
Well, this was my first time staying in a place like this. I was very impressed, the owners, Dennis and Debra were very personable and friendly. Rooms were very quiet, Breakfast was very good, nice area, the older home was in very nice condition other...More
Hosts are very nice, accommodations were very comfortable, price was reasonable, and breakfasts were fantastic!
That probably summed it up but a few insights.
Apparently only the honeymoon suites have tv's. A bonus for some and perhaps not for others
This entire area (as in...More
My wife and I are doing two-day get-aways to quaint small-town destinations with specific historical appeal and atmosphere. We chose Red Boiling Springs because of its history as a source of healing mineral springs.
Armour's Hotel is as authentic as it gets. One of the...More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety... More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety grab bars in the bath/shower and also immediately next to the commode ... but the only possible issue might be the door to the bathroom which is a narrow 23" or so due to this being a 90-year old building. A normal wheelchair will not fit through that doorway. Hope this helps.