The History Behind This Remote Hotel In Tennessee Is Both Eerie And Fascinating

Jonesborough, Tennessee may be a small town tucked in the Northeast corner, but it’s one of the most historic places in the state. It’s certainly the oldest town in the state, founded 17 years before Tennessee was admitted to the Union. In the heart of the town is the Historic Eureka Hotel, a building that has been restored and preserved to its original 1797 condition. The Eureka might be one of the most remote Tennessee hotels, but it’s certainly worth the trip from no matter where you are in the state.

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Looking for more information or history behind the Inn? Check out this video from Tennessee Crossroads.

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