If you’re in desperate need of a weekend getaway that allows you to rest, relax, and restore your energy look no further than Little Eden Bed & Breakfast.
Little Eden B&B opened to the public in the fall of 2014 by South African emigrants, Francois and Maggie Van Eeden. Owning their own business was nothing new to the Van Eedens as they owned a B&B and Coffee Shop in South Africa and currently own Bison Countertops in Ashland City. The couple left their native land in 2003 with their three young children and spent time in North Carolina and Georgia before finding their forever home in Charlotte, Tennessee. The couple and their children became citizens in 2015, something they were all very proud of, shortly after having opportunity to build their dream home in 2014 on a stunning picturesque piece of land that covers over 115 acres on the country line of Dickson and Cheatham county. The location is strategically placed in that it is no more than 30 minutes from Nashville, Clarksville, and Dickson, which is ideal for any kind of travel, whether it’s for business or personal reasons.
The beautiful location is perfect for romantic getaways, when you need to escape the busyness of life, or just want to experience a weekend in the country. The property itself has numerous trails, a half-acre pond stocked with fish, animals of all kinds, a small chapel built by hand that’s perfect for reflection, the most picturesque views, especially those of the sunrises and sunsets. Maggie Van Eeden loves to spoil her guests and works hard to make them feel special and at home at Little Eeden. The house is always beautifully decorated, both inside and out, and visitors stay in one of three themed rooms (The Lavender Room, The Country Room, and The Western Room), each with their own bathroom. In the morning guests are treated to a delicious homemade breakfast which often times features fresh eggs from the farm’s chickens.
I absolutely love Little Eeden B&B and it’s warm, loving, and welcoming owners. If I could I’d spend every weekend there. I encourage you to make your reservations and experience this little piece of heaven for yourself. For more information on how to make your reservations and so on visit Little Eden B&B.