This lovingly restored Victorian farmhouse is the perfect spot to get away from it all.. The Scene This charming Victorian bed-and-breakfast is named after Joseph Kennedy Marshall, who built it as a farmhouse in 1869. Set on five acres, the property includes a log cabin where the Marshall family lived while they completed their home. It has been completely restored and now serves as a guest cottage. Downtown Franklin is less than three miles away, so you're set for entertainment, shopping and plenty of good country cooking.
The Details The inn's three guest rooms each have private baths and are decorated with antiques. All rooms are non-smoking and offer cable TV. A full breakfast, featuring many ethnic foods, is served each morning in the dining room or on the patio.