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Me and 3 friends stayed while attending bonnaroo festival which turned out to be an ideal haven away from the chaos of the campground. Dede runs the Inn in a way that you feel its your home too. Its charming and the attention to detail...More
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Response from Assembly23, Owner at The Edgeworth InnResponded 14 June 2017
A privilege it was to host this lovely group of gentlemen!
This is a charming, wonderful location with so much character. Dede is lovely and there is certainly something magical about the mountain. Breakfast was good and the porch is divine. However, there are some details that would make this even better.....great claw foot tub but...More
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Response from Assembly23, Owner at The Edgeworth InnResponded 12 April 2017
Thank you for taking the time to write a review. Our historic Inn is definitely a labor
of love. We will be doing work every day as the peak season approaches. Your visit came at a time when we reopened for the Spring. Safe travels...
Have stayed many times over last 5 years.that it's like visiting a charming?, intellectual and cultured family member's uncontrived home full of wonderful books and a special art collection. The owner, Dede is so lovely and will engage you with her knowledge of this special...More
I would highly recommend staying here to experience a lovely get away in the Tennessee mountains. The staff and owner are exceptional in customer service! The location is excellent. What a wonderful trip. We will definitely return!!!
Charming antique home with all the implications - both good and bad. Antiques, but dusty/musty. Standard breakfast - no frills. Pricey. Very inflexible cancellation policy. I recommend you only book if you are positive you will be able to make the trip.