The Ulysses S. Grant suite is a very spacious room worthy of a former Union General because of its design and ambiance. It features cherry furniture, five windows and double French doors that open to the large patio and west Porch. It features a king size canopy bed, a private bath, a sitting area, a flat screen TV. Relax and enjoy the sounds of nature and the beautiful Tennessee landscape.
Ulysses S. Grant was a career soldier, he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point and served in the Mexican–American War. When the Civil War began in 1861, Grant trained Union volunteer regiments in Illinois. In 1862, as a general he fought a series of battles and was promoted to major general after forcing the surrender of a large Confederate army and gaining control of Kentucky and most of Tennessee. He then led Union forces to victory after initial setbacks in the Battle of Shiloh, earning a reputation as an aggressive commander. In July 1863, after a long, complex campaign, Grant defeated five uncoordinated Confederate armies (capturing one of them) and seized Vicksburg. This famous victory gave the Union full control of the Mississippi River, split off the western Confederacy, and opened the way for more Union triumphs.
Our rooms are designed for double occupancy; however, if you have a guest or have children, we have roll away beds for an extra charge of $25.00 each. Breakfast for an adult or a child 12 years of age and over is $12.50 per breakfast, and for children 12 years old and under breakfast will be offered for a charge of $7.00. If you have multiple children please call us for pricing.