Meriwether's Retreat Bed and Breakfast - Hohenwald, Tennessee

Meriwether's Retreat Bed and Breakfast is located in Hohenwald, Tennessee one block from the historic downtown area that offers several restaurants, coffee shop, Lewis County Museum of Natural History, Elephant Discovery Center, restored Train Depot and several shops.

The B&B's namesake, Meriwether Lewis who led the Corps of Discovery expedition to the Pacific Northwest with William Clark in 1806 is buried at nearby Meriwether Lewis Park on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Lewis died from gunshot wounds in 1809 on the old Natchez Trace while traveling from St. Louis to Washington.

Our facility strives to maintain a high level of cleanliness for our clientele. As such, our suites are available to adult clients only. We do not allow children, pets, and we are a smoke-free facility. This beautifully restored bungalow has two large guest suites. Meriwether's Retreat has only one mission: they provide guests with the old-fashioned customer service of yesteryear, cozy accommodations, and fresh, homemade fare that you won’t soon forget.

  • $120-$140 (click here for guest room pictures, info and guest rates)
  • Full gourmet breakfast, fruit, milk, coffee and tea as well as late night snacks
  • No children.
  • No pets.
  • Shuttle for cyclists from Trace to B&B is available for a small fee - inquire with innkeeper.
  • NO smoking, drugs or parties.

Contact Meriwether's Retreat Bed & Breakfast

Meriwether's Retreat Bed & Breakfast
100 S Park Street
Hohenwald, Tennessee 38462 (click to view a map)

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