“Farm Stay Is the New Get-Away – Greeneville Farm Opens Its Doors to Vacationers”

Tennessee farm opens up to the public as a bed and breakfast, farm stay vacation. Guests have the option to participate in daily farm activities and learn what life on the farm is like or spend vacation in a relaxing mountain setting.

Online PR News – 29-December-2011 – – The Farm at Spring Creek is the new vacation spot for out- of- towners and locals alike. Located in the foothills of the Great Smokey Mountains, minutes from Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee hotspots including Knoxville, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, this quaint farm is a welcoming beacon for travelers, those wanting relaxation and the adventurous. The 200 acre farm is home to cattle, horses, donkeys, goats, chickens, a vegetable and herb garden, a small orchard, a spring fed pond and much more. Perhaps the most notable is the 1850’s era log cabin which has been fully restored to all its glory, plus the addition of some modern day amenities. The cabin has been on the property for 10 years, but only as of July 2010 was it opened to the public. Now it is a charming Tennessee getaway available for stay 365 days of the year. “We wanted to share our agrarian lifestyle and skills and the idea of self-sufficiency with others. We also wanted to offer people a place to have a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life,” says Bryan Wright, Manager of The Farm at Spring Creek.
Whether you are looking for a romantic, relaxing retreat for two or want the family to get back to the basics there is bound to be something for everyone. The modest cabin boasts a master bedroom with a king size bed, walk-in closet/laundry, a loft with two twin beds, a fully furnished kitchen, and a cozy living area equipped with a TV and DVD player. It is a family and pet friendly farm that can comfortably accommodate 4-6. There is a myriad of opportunities for guests to learn about life on the farm and try their hand at it. The Farm at Spring Creek offers classes which include basket weaving, beekeeping , jelly making, canning, and soap making to name a few; all of which include a sample of the fruits of your labor to take home with you. Looking for a place to host your wedding or special event look no further than The Farm at Spring Creek’s picturesque pond with the rolling hills as a backdrop, in a word it is stunning. It is also a great place to host a corporate team building retreat.
The Farm at Spring Creek was recently added to the Appalachian Quilt Trail. In homage to the farm’s patriarch, a retired Lieutenant Colonial in the Army, the quilt square displayed is an 8’x8’ red, white and blue, heritage snow crystal. It is located at the entrance to the farm hung high on the barn for all to see. It is a prelude to the hospitality that waits up the hill for all who visit.
Folks can come from all around the country to experience life on a working farm. Farm stay vacations have become very popular recently and East Tennessee is a stopping point for many east coast travelers. The location is ideal for a midpoint stop for a day or two, but to maximize the experience visitors should plan on staying longer. In addition to the Appalachain Quilt Trail, The Farm at Spring Creek has been accepted by the Tennessee Tourism Board and certified by Pick Tennessee Products. For more information on packages or to book a stay, visit www. thefarmatspringcreek.com or call (423) 361-6441 Monday thru Sunday from 7 AM- 7PM.