The Old Campbell Farm - Preserved 1880's farmstead, rich agricultural history. Easy access, 4 miles from town. Interior renovated with modern comforts, conveniences, linens, & towels. 2 bedrooms, 1 queen sleeper sofa, 1 bathroom. Free wifi & TV. Spacious grounds & paths.
The Old Campbell Farm
- Accommodates up to 6 guests comfortably
-Modern well-equipped kitchen with dishwasher
-Coffee makers (Keurig which uses K-cups, and traditional which uses ground coffee and filters and brews up to 10 cups at a time)
-Spacious living/dining area
-Screened porch with outdoor dining furniture & rocking chairs
-Gas outdoor grill
-Small stream perfect for dabbling toes on a hot afternoon
-Front lawn large enough for a family softball game (or a wedding reception)
Located in the heart of the beautiful Smoky Mountains, magnificent in every season of the year! Popular area for road cyclists and near Appalachian Trail for scenic hiking.
Parking included. Hour-&-half drive from Asheville Regional Airport, two-&-half hour drive from Atlanta International Airport.
Guests are welcome to stroll the grounds at The Old Campbell Farm, dabble their toes in the stream on the property, and enjoy lively family games on the spacious lawn.
Общение с гостями
Your hosts will greet you upon arrival & provide helpful tips about the surrounding area.
-Maximum of 6 guests
-Responsible party must be 25 years old or older
-Not wheelchair accessible
Year Purchased: 2011
About the owners: Jim and Pam Rogers, The Old Campbell Farm's owners, are lifetime residents of Franklin. In fact, Jim's family has been farming in the Iotla Valley since 1879.
Why the Owners Chose Franklin:
The Old Campbell Farm actually is part of the Rogers' larger 350-acre working farm where they specialize in growing Angus cattle and timber. The meadow at the Old Campbell Farm produces hay each year for their cattle herd. But more importantly, restoring and preserving The Old Campbell Farm, a truly wonderful historical treasure, has been a privilege and a pleasure!
The Unique Benefits at this Farmhouse:
Whether you stay for a weekend, a week, or a month, The Old Campbell Farm can be home base to explore everything from Dollywood in nearby Pigeon Forge, Tennessee to the Biltmore House in Asheville, North Carolina. Go hiking in the Smokies, bicycle riding on marked trails and paved routes, motorcycle riding on challenging mountain roads, and strolling along the country lane that leads to the Farm. After dinner (or supper, as we say in the mountains) sit on the screened porch or take a walk in the meadow to catch the last light of day and perhaps a glimpse of a doe and her fawn.