For well over two centuries, visitors have concluded that historic Jonesborough is the place to stay in Northeast Tennessee. In 1797, the Chester Inn became the place to stay and swap stories, as did the Eureka Hotel, which was initially built as a residence in 1797. Historic Jonesborough is the place to find a great hotel, historic Inn, or B&B in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee.
Jonesborough is nestled between Johnson City, Kingsport, and Bristol. Why stay in a motel when you can spend a night or two in Jonesborough’s turn-of-the-century Inn, a modern hotel, or one of the town’s award-winning bed and breakfasts. All accommodations are just a short walk from shopping, dining, theatre, and music. You’re just a quick reservation away from one of the wonderful accommodations listed below — more than just your average motel.
Built in 2006
Families will love the convenience of our indoor heated pool and spa, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs, small kitchens, and balconies.
Built in 1797
Step back in time as you enter Jonesborough's only historic inn, which was originally built as a private residence. The Inn is furnished with period antiques and reproductions offering beauty and comfort as well as modern amenities.
Built in 1832
Get lost in a treasure trove of Tennessee antiques, award winning breakfasts, and southern hospitality. We have been recognized with many national awards for our breakfasts.
Built in 1877
Stay in the Carriage House and servant’s quarters thought to be the site of the silversmith shop owned by the designer and engravers of Tennessee’s original State Seal. Check out the stars by night or a bird’s eye view of town by day in the heated in-ground pool.
Built in 1832
This elegant, historic Greek revival home sits on 4 peaceful acres with room to roam. Explore and enjoy the natural beauty of the grounds. Relax while still being only one block from Historic downtown.
Built in 1840
The Babb family resided in this home from 1869 until 1923 and their descendants still visit this cozy and relaxed home. It is a four minute walk from Historic Main Street shops and restaurants.
Built in 1793
Wrap yourself in a warm blanket of history in front of the original cooking fireplace in the oldest building in Tennessee’s oldest town.
"Where you are the author of your getaway."
Awake in the morning to a delicious breakfast featuring our farm's naturally fresh fruits, nuts, berries, herbs, vegetables and eggs. Take in the panoramic views of rolling hills, orchards, woods and mountains as you sit back with a cup of tea in one of the farm's colorful flower gardens. Enjoy a stroll around the pond catching glimpses of local wildlife and farm animal antics.
Take a hike, visit Wetlands Water Park, or just soak in the quiet mountain landscape. It also has a paved walkway into Historic Main Street.