Historic Hale Springs Inn - Rogersville, TN

One-Night Stay at Hale Springs Inn in Rogersville, TN

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Historic Federal-Style Building Once Hosted US Presidents

In 1824, Rogersville resident John McKinney built McKinney's Tavern to serve as a coach house for politicians passing through town on the route from Atlanta to Washington D.C. Eventually, the tavern grew to become Hale Springs Inn, attracting several famous political figures to its Federal-style building, including presidents Andrew Johnson, James Polk, and Andrew Jackson, who gave a speech from the inn’s balcony. The inn eventually became Tennessee’s oldest continually running inn before closing in 1998. After a $2.1 million renovation in 2009, the Hale Springs Inn was resorted to its 19th-century opulence.

Each of the inn's elegant guest rooms is outfitted with hardwood floors and period furnishings, some of which were donated by Rogersville natives. Named for the real-life couple who founded Rogersville, the cozy Joseph and Mary Amis Rogers room features an ornate Oriental rug and a pair of floral-print reading chairs. Two queen four-poster beds, button-back chairs, and a decorative fireplace furnish the more spacious Winfield B. "Hap" Hale III room.

In the morning, executive chef Jimmy Ellis treats guests to a complimentary hot breakfast. Dishes have included french toast, quiche, and biscuits and gravy. Ellis also cooks gourmet lunch and dinner entrees with a southern twist, incorporating produce from local farms.

Hale Springs Inn was named for local healing mineral springs, and the inn's spa creates a similarly soothing atmosphere with its lavender walls and flickering candles. Call ahead to schedule spa treatments, which range from all-natural facials to multimodal signature massages.

Rogersville, Tennessee: Historic Town Square and Picturesque Countryside

Located in Tennessee's northeast corner, about a 70-mile drive north of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the town of Rogersville was settled in the late 1780s. Davy Crockett’s grandparents settled here around the same time, and are now buried near the site of their first home in present-day Crockett Spring Park.

Rogersville’s town square has preserved the look of its earlier incarnations, as it’s lined with 200-year-old Federal-style buildings with museums, art galleries, and restaurants inside. The Knoxville Gazette was first published here in 1791, which is celebrated by the Tennessee Newspaper & Printing Museum. Located inside an 1890s railroad depot, the museum houses a replica of the first Knoxville Gazette, a linotype machine, and the equipment from three print shops.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

What You Get

One-night stay for two

  • $75 for a stay in the Jacob E. Miller or Joseph and Mary Amis Rogers room
  • $85 for a stay in the Mollie Gray, James Wood Rogan, or "Hap" room

Book by: 9/23/12
Travel by: 6/26/13

Included in all options:

  • 10% discount on spa services

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

Amenities

  • Onsite restaurant and tavern
  • Full-service spa
  • Daily breakfast
  • Backyard gazebo

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 9/23/12 or promotional value expires
  • Must complete travel by 6/26/13
  • Not valid 12/31- 1/1
  • Limit 3 per person
  • Limit 3 per visit
  • Valid only with option purchased
  • Subject to availability
  • 5-day cancellation notice required or fee of applicable 1-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Credit card required at booking and check-in
  • Must use promotional value in 1 visit
  • Not valid with reward points
  • 8% tax and 9.75% state tax not included.

Other Details

Room Details

Consult the inn's index for more information on individual guest rooms.

In most included rooms

  • One or two queen beds
  • Standard occupancy: 2
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 for Jacob E. Miller, Joseph and Mary Amis Rogers, Mollie Gray, and James Wood Rogan rooms; 4 for "Hap" room
  • Adding occupants above standard: no charge for guests 17 and under; guests 18 and over are an additional $10 per night.
  • TV with DVD player
  • Wireless Internet access

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: noon
  • Parking: free
  • Rollaways: not available
  • Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: pets are not allowed inside the property.
  • Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: not available

What It's Worth

One-night stay for two

  • $75 for a stay in the Jacob E. Miller or Joseph and Mary Amis Rogers room (a $125 value)
  • $85 for a stay in the Mollie Gray, James Wood Rogan, or "Hap" room (a $145 value)

Book by: 9/23/12
Travel by: 6/26/13

Included in all options:

  • 10% discount on spa services

Getting There

  • By plane: about 45 miles from Tri-Cities Regional Airport (TRI)
  • By car: about 51 miles west of Johnson City

Customer Reviews

59 Ratings

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LT

Linda T. ·
Reviewed December 2, 2015
Bed and breakfast style, historic ambience

CM

Cheryl M. ·
Reviewed July 12, 2015
Comfortable room and great breakfast! We also enjoyed listening to the local entertainment in the court yard.

MA

Mary A. ·
Reviewed July 10, 2015
Rooms were very nice, clean and lots of history there. Great breakfast! Nice staff.
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