The Garden Inn Bed & Breakfast at Bee Rock

Address: 1400 Bee Rock Rd. Monterey, TN 38574 Contact Email: info@thegardeninnbb.com Phone: (931) 839-1400 Toll-free: 888-293-1444

Bed & Breakfast in TN at our immaculately clean Middle Tennessee B&B. Perched on the edge of a Cumberland Plateau bluff, enjoy a romantic Tennessee Bed and Breakfast stay with a fantastic view of the valley below. Relax on 15 magnificent mountain acres with hiking trails & picturesque foliage. Our B&B guests tell us they wish their home was as clean as our Inn. We specialize in corporate, church & family retreats, and Traditional & Destination Style Weddings. Let us host YOUR exclusive use event! Just five minutes off I-40 BUT a whole world away... At The Garden Inn B&B, breakfast IS the second half of our name! Please visit our website at http://www.TheGardenInnBB.com for current rates and availability.

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If you travel with a GPS, please input "The Garden Inn" "1400 Bee Rock Road" "Monterey TN 38574" and your GPS should bring you right to us. Of course, you may select us from your GPS' POI from the "All Hotel Locations" subcategory for "Lodging" in "Monterey, TN." Should you be traveling without a GPS, please follow the below directions: How to find us: The Garden Inn Bed and Breakfast at Bee Rock is conveniently located a short distance off Interstate 40 at Exit 300 - about half way between Nashville, Knoxville, and Chattanooga. From Interstate 40 Eastbound (from Nashville & Cookeville): Exit at Exit #300, Monterey / Highway 70. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn right onto Hwy. 70. Go approximately 300 feet and turn left onto Bee Rock Road (a dead end road) by the Garden Inn sign. Go approximately one-half mile to the end of the road; our driveway is on the left at the miniature version of our sign. From Interstate 40 Westbound (from Knoxville & Crossville): Exit at Exit #300, Monterey / Highway 70. Please note that this exit ramp is immediately following exit #301 and, in fact, is the exit #301 on ramp. We suggest that you be in the right lane as you pass exit #301 because you will be exiting at exit #300 in less than a minute. At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn left onto Hwy. 70 and go under the interstate. Go approximately 1/4 mile and turn left onto Bee Rock Road (a dead end road) by the Garden Inn sign. Go approximately one-half mile to the end of the road; our driveway is on the left at the miniature version of our sign. From Atlanta & Chattanooga: From Atlanta, take I-75N towards Chattanooga to US24 west to US27 north (towards Soddy Daisy) and then to TN Hwy 111. Take Hwy 111 north for about 63 miles (through the town of Sparta). Take I-40 East (the signs say towards Knoxville and you will be making a right onto an entrance ramp after the second Huddle House restaurant you pass). Go 12 miles. Exit at exit # 300 for Monterey. Make a right at the end of the ramp. Go about 300 feet and make a left onto Bee Rock Road (our sign is on the corner). Go to the end of Bee Rock Rd. and make a left into our driveway (there's a miniature version of our sign there).


City: Monterey, TN
Region: Middle Tennessee
Subregion: Upper Cumberland

Admission Rates:
Most of the year: Whirlpool or Fireplace Rooms are $155. Regular Rooms are $145. All per night plus tax and include our FULL sit-down style breakfast in the morning.

Hours Open:
As we are a quaint and quiet Bed & Breakfast Inn, we ask that you try to phone us between the hours of 9a.m. and 7p.m. (Central Time). If you reach our voicemail when you call, please leave a message and we will return your call as soon as possib

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