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We stayed in a teepee. OMG flies were so bad and it smelled of mold, the towels in the bathroom were soured, the bathrooms were dirty, trash had not been emptied. I could go on and on bottom line will never stay there again.
My family and I feel inlove with all the promises this place offered, but we're not pleasex when we got there. The cabin smelled moldy, although it was cute in there. But a major turn off was the indentions in the beds where past guest...More
We stayed in the "treehouse" for 2 nights. It seemed a little overpriced, but it was a holiday week. I don't know if they charge less otherwise. Everything there is, um, "rustic". The kids loved the novelty of it all and we all had a...More
This property holds alot of potential if the owners would put a little effort (perhaps some of the profit) back into upkeeping the cabins and facilities. The grounds are spacious and we thoroughly enjoyed the river. We stayed in the treehouse cabin, which was truly...More
We have traveled the world and this past week we decided to once again take a vacation in our home state. We wanted to take our 5 year old son digging for diamonds and chose to stay at Diamond Jim's-----what a gem! We stayed in...More
US$109 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Diamond John`s Riverside Retreat Hotel Murfreesboro
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Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may... More
Yes, you can bring your pet if you stay in a cabin or a tent. They do not like you leaving your pet there though if you journey out for any amount of time. There are also many other animals on the premises that your pet may not like. My dog didn't particularly care for the peacocks screaming at all hours of the day and night and she really didn't like the mice running around the cabin. I know all pets are different, just something to think about.