You'll be pleasantly surprised when you take a look inside of this Cookeville, Tennessee, United States cottage that can accommodate up to 5 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 2 baths. The newly constructed cottage is tucked away on the mountainside, yet only 5 miles to downtown Cookeville. The location is convenient to parks, hiking, waterfalls, shopping, and dining. The home nestled on Buck Mountain is a new modern luxury cottage that features floor-to-ceiling windows to frame the views. The private master bedroom is on the main level with a queen-sized bed and access to the wrap-around deck. The cottage has two tiled bathrooms, one of which features a jetted whirlpool tub with a Roku TV. The loft area has a king-sized bed, a twin-sized bed, and a desk. The cottage loft is accessible by a ship ladder and may not be suitable for the elderly or small children. It doesn’t have a private door, but it does have a gate. The vacation rental kitchen has all the essentials you'll need during your stay. The spacious deck is where you can enjoy the mountainous views, sunrises and sunsets, and starry nights. There is a cozy fire pit out back. The cottage has wifi, cable, and 3 Roku TVs.
Located in Cookeville, Tennessee, United States there is plenty to see and do including Dogwood Park with walking paths, a splash fountain, and a fully accessible Heart of the City playground. The Tennessee Central Rail Trail is great for walking, running, and biking along 4 miles of trails adjacent to the Tennessee Central Railway. Trailheads at Cookeville Depot Museum, Cinderella Park, and Algood Community Center. Some of the places that you might visit during your vacation stay include Cane Creek Park and Lake, Cummins Falls State Park, Bee Rock, Burgess Falls State Park, Window Cliffs State Natural Area, and Standing Stone State Park to name a few.
Cookeville, Tennessee is a small town getaway tucked within the Upper Cumberland region of the state with upscale fashion, great culinary creations, music, and hidden murals throughout. It’s about an hour from Nashville and the drive to Cookeville is a pretty one. The following are just a couple more ideas you might try during your stay.
Bee Rock Overlook in Monterey. Take a short drive to Monterey (about a 23-minute drive from Cookeville) to hike Bee Rock. It's a short hike up but has incredible views of the mountains and valleys of the region. Take a few photos or just soak up the quiet and enjoy the sounds of nature.
Muddy Pond Amish Community. Travel the winding, country roads from Monterey to Muddy Pond where you'll find some of the best sorghum and fried pies around. The area is home to several Amish-Mennonite communities and local farms. You'll love the shopping and gorgeous natural sights of the area. Do some shopping at the Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill and Variety Store, Muddy Pond General Store, The Leather Shop, have a meal at The Country Porch, and so much more.
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