Historic James Lee House Bed and Breakfast

Be Charmed at These B&Bs in West Tennessee

Feel at home among these historic and luxurious West Tennessee accomodations.

Need a romantic getaway or one-night escape during a fast-paced routine? Plan a vacation (or staycation) in one of these fine West Tennessee bed and breakfasts, whose unwavering hospitality and attention to detail reflect the exquisite culture of the region.


690 Adams Ave.

Memphis, TN 38105

The James Lee House's opulence overwhelms in the best way possible as the historic, restored mansion is less than 2 miles from Downtown Memphis, yet it feels like 5,000 miles away in France. Southern white rocking chairs bask the front porch, and upholstered Victorian seating throughout the parlor and dining room welcome travelers from near and far. After an evening at swanky cocktail bar Mollie Fontaine's across the street, breakfast is diligently crafted each morning in the state-of-the-art marble kitchen by owner-couple José and Jennifer Velasquez.


198 Natchez St.

Collierville, TN 38017

(Credit: Stratton House) 

Around the corner from the Historic Collierville Square sits the recently renovated Stratton House, an elegant and unparalleled bed and breakfast experience. Nestled beneath century-old magnolias, the Stratton House is one of Collierville's oldest and most historic homes, built by Dr. Asa Stratton in 1859. Fine details uncover the heirloom treasures of the space while contemporary furniture and design welcome the modern traveler, too.


636 Barnes Rd.

Medina, TN 38355

(Credit: Peaceful Oaks) 

Housed on 36 wooded acres in Medina, Peaceful Oaks provides a peaceful country getaway with rustic, relaxed rooms, a gorgeous backyard barn (perfect for private events), and homemade Southern breakfasts. Nearby golf courses, antique shops, restaurants and historical sites surround the retreat; though Peaceful Oaks can stand on its own to honor a true escape from everyday stresses!


2525 Houston Cemetery Rd.

Ramer, TN 38367

(Credit: Shiloh Chennault)

Whether an artist, poet or Civil War historian, each guest consistently finds Shiloh Chennault Bed & Breakfast to be a haven of historic appreciation and romantic countryside luxury. The 225-acre estate holds an 8,500 square-foot Southern Colonial Home with three suites and seven traditional porches. Morning breakfast is served on a 125-year-old Antebellum wooden table.