À propos de ce logement
Faithfully reconstructed 1880s boarding house with 2nd-floor efficiency. Authentically preserved, unspoiled British-founded historic village. Surrounded by river gorges and historic trails, bordered by Big South Fork National Recreation Area.
This is a private, spacious area, with a great view. The unit contains an antique double bed, a fold-out single bed, sitting area with loveseat and desk, full kitchen with cookware and dishware. Our guests always comment on the peacefulness of the "Perrigo Perch."
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Alexander-Perrigo House is owned by Donna Heffner and Annie Patterson. We are very often at the site, either running our shop (also located in the front of the building) or socializing with friends and guests, and also have two wonderful part-time employees. We are available to our guests 24/7. Rugby is a small, very friendly community - visitors are warmly welcomed, and our guests often leave having made new friends.
Historic Rugby, Tennessee has many events and on-going happenings - festivals, our Appalachian author series, classic car shows, Ghostly Gathering, Christmas at Rugby and much more. We would be glad to give you more information!
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 24 heures avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.
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We have lived in beautiful East Tennessee since 1985, and feel so blessed to call this home. My partner, Annie, is from Michigan, and I'm from Pennsylvania originally (also have lived in Flagstaff, Arizona). We enjoy our rural life immensely; I'm a nature/wildlife artist, and my subjects are everywhere here - from our "critters" (deer, bear, coons, skunks, innumerable birds, etc.) that we see on a regular basis to the occasional bear or bobcat passing through. At 67, I value the peace and neighborliness of our area; there can't be many places left like this in the hurly-burly world we live in today! We are bookaholics, love to play games, enjoy all kinds of music but especially gospel and bluegrass, and LOVE to cook (and eat!). Our community of Rugby is a wonderful one, and we are here for good. And - one of our most favorite things is hearing "We loved staying here - we'll be back!"