Tennessee July 16, 2019
Spend The Night On A Horse Ranch At This Unique Retreat In Tennessee
Tennessee is rife with agriculture-centric farms, growing everything from tomatoes to strawberries with a solid infusion of southern pride. Farmers are the backbone of the Volunteer State. They nourish the state and provide for the community, and there’s a bit of a fascination with farms and ranches as a result. Although we can’t send you to the middle of a strawberry field, as wonderful as that would be, Twin Valley Bed & Breakfast offers an experience on a Tennessee horse ranch you’re bound to remember forever.
Twin Valley Bed & Breakfast Ranch can be found at the base of the Great Smoky Mountains, nestled into the beautiful, lush foothills. Located near the ever-popular Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, it's a great spot to stay if you're looking for a mix of seclusion and city fun.
The ranch itself boasts miles and miles of private horseback riding trails that snake through the mountains and horses on which to travel them. Rustic, beautiful and absolutely fun, this experience is great for the whole family.
Looking for ranch activities? Have a gaggle of curious kids? You can work alongside the ranchers and feed everything from llamas to goats to pigs and sheep. You can even bring your own horses to the ranch and take advantage of the guest paddocks on the property.
We'd highly recommend visiting during the warmer months if you can. The mountains stay cool during the hotter months that steam up middle and western Tennessee, and you can indulge in a swim in the property pond if you get a bit toasty.
A vacation at Twin Valley is a vacation that's completely controlled by you. Go riding or hiking, go on a picnic, find a mountain stream and splash right on through. Experience all the beauty of Tennessee without the worries of everyday life with a vacation on the tranquil eastern side of the state.
It's true magic. You'll want to contact the ranch for prices per night, but they can run anywhere from as low as $105 a night! There's even a "rough it" primitive shelter that's highly affordable and helps you experience the way folks lived in Tennessee many years ago.
If you haven't been, you must. The beauty of the summertime is calling and the countryside of Tennessee is the best place to spend it.
Address: 2848 Old Chilhowee Road, Walland, TN 37886
Find out more information for yourself via the
Twin Valley Horse official website and Facebook page.