Built in 1892, by Maj. Thomas W. Lewis, this home holds the spirit of the south. Restorations have taken it back in time where life is a little slower. Sitting atop the hill, overlooking the Cumberland River and miles of farm land, you will find the peace and simplicity of days gone by. This antibellum home invites you to sit on the large columned porch or take a walk to the lake where you can witness wildlife in its natural habitat. We intend to maintain our "country" existance by sharing the farm with you, complete with a good ole southern breakfast. This home is decorated with family heirlooms and antiques, all are designed to be very "touchable", right down to the china used for our meals. Come and sit a spell, and soak in the feeling of home without the worries!!
5 on February 20, 2015
My husband and I was gifted this experience for Valentines day and it was amazing. There is nothing more that I can think of that would have made our stay better. The food was great, the owners were amazing people, and the home made goodies made for a great personal touch. We felt right at home but lovingly catered to. We stayed in the cooks cottage and will definitely return soon!
5 on February 16, 2014
We reserved the Lyle Room for the Valentine Special and was the dinner ever special as well as the room? Mandy goes all out to cook what ever you order off the menu with plentiful helpings and little extras that make it a feast to remember. We were fascinated by the history of this house and Mandy's effort to preserve the history while rehabilitating the structure. We thoroughly enjoyed listening to Mandy's stories as she made herself available for a house tour. We found our room comfortable and the king size bed with a good mattress. We highly recommend this inn and the experience of meeting Mandy. Van Burens
5 on October 06, 2013
A very beautiful setting for a weekend getaway or any occasion. Mandy treated us like family and took care of our every need. The rooms were spacious and the beds were comfortable. The meals that Mandy prepared were excellent and brought back memories of my mothers cooking. I would strongly recommend Lylewood to anyone looking for a relaxing getaway or a special occasion.
5 on June 10, 2013
This was the most wonderful place! Mandy and Steve are awesome! We stayed in Zanie's Room. It was so nice and clean. The food was wonderful and we felt like we lived there. They treated us like we were family. If you are looking for a great place to stay in the country with an awesome view, this is it. You'll even get a concert at night from the crickets, frogs, birds, and God's other creatures.
5 on May 24, 2013
I am a little late in writing this review as I stayed here in March. The two nights stay was amazing. We arrived and were the only guests for both nights. We enjoyed hearing about the history of the house and property. The room was beautiful and very comfortable. In the morning a wonderful breakfast was prepared. Mandy is an incredible owner and is very welcoming. We have already planned another trip in August, and I cannot wait!! Definitely recommend this B&B if you are in the area and need an affordable, comfortable place to stay.
4.8 on February 10, 2013
We were fortunate to stay at the Lylewood Inn. What a beautiful place to spend the night. The home with the history, food, rooms and wonderful owner made it a great night. Well worth the drive out to see it and stay the night!
4.8 on October 17, 2012
Although travel weary when we arrived, you welcomed the five of us to your beautifully restored home of a bygone era. Your large array of prepared from scratch dishes that you served for both dinner and breakfast exceeded our expectations. How you can garden, can, bake and continually care for this early 1800's home and continually welcome new guests is amazing. I'd recommend this experience to anyone interested in stepping back in time, wanting genuine hospitality as you showed us, and wholesome food in a quiet, country setting. You greeted us like family. Thank you Mandy. Perhaps we'll come that way again some day.
5 on September 24, 2012
Mandy~ You are amazing, my husband and I had the best time with you and your family, also winny is so loving.....We will see you again. You are a wonderful lady, I wish I could have spent a week there... Our 15th Annivesary we will soon not forget....Thank you for all the LOVE you put into everything you do!!!!!!!!! Love Alex & Tracy
4.2 on September 08, 2012
My sister and I stayed for 4 days and we loved it. I have never felt more comforable in someone else's home since my visits to grandma's house. Thank you!
4.6 on September 04, 2012
I needed some rest and relaxation for the weekend. I was able to get it at the Lylewood Inn. The service was great and they treated you like family. The food was great!! I will recommend it to anyone needing to get away.
The history of this 2nd floor room holds special meaning. Long ago when the river boats would park at Lewis Landing just below the house, Maj. Lewis would rent this horse themed room out to the dock hands for a restful night off the boat. Back then it would sleep 7 men, hence called the #7 room. Today we have added a queen size bed,suitable for a couple, or include the family and sleep on one of the two adult size bunks. These bunks were crafted from the remains of the old smoke house which was located right out back. A private bath includes a walk in shower.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
The Lyle Room is located on the second floor in the front of the house overlooking the Cumberland River and miles of farmland. Decorated in gentle lavender, the king size canopy bed lends your stay to the peaceful tranquility of country living. An in room clawfoot tub allows soaking pleasures with the glow of the fireplace on cold days to relax you. Wake up to the aroma of a southern breakfast to start your day off right.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
Sailor’s Rest lends a nautical touch of decor as the front view of the Cumberland river and side view of Wild Cat Creek lake await you. This queen size bed is one of the original pieces of furniture belonging to the Lewis homestead. A corner adult size daybed is a wonderful addition for relaxing or sharing with an additional person on your stay. Sit and relax in one of the wing back chairs and bask in the glow of the fireplace on a cool day. In room clawfoot tub with shower surround gives a unique feeling to the room. Private in-room bath. The temptation of a real country breakfast awaits.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
Named for one of the Lewis daughters, two floral pink double beds and bright wallpaper give the feel of days gone by in Zanie’s room. An in room antique dresser sink is one of a kind to help you prepare for your day. A shower surround clawfoot tub is enclosed in the corner bath. This room overlooks the vegetable gardens, horse pasture, and family cemetery. A unique country view to take you far away from the city. Amenities: Private in-room bath, fireplace, adjustable A/C heat unit, sitting area, locally handcrafted all natural soaps, coffee maker, and linens.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
This is the only first floor bedroom.It host a beautiful antique double Murphy bed which allows us to transform the room into a dinning room, scrapbooking room, or meeting room as needed. It is located in the back of the main hall just inside the back door which is accessible to the outdoor handicap ramp. The private bath is located in the room with a Jacuzzi tub with surround shower. The fireplace lends a cozy atmosphere for those cold winter days. Just a few steps from the kitchen the aroma of breakfast is sure to get you moving.
Nightly Rate: $85 - $85
Nashville, TN (BNA) 75 miles
From Clarksville: Take hwy 79 toward Dover. Turn left on hwy 233 in the Woodlawn Community. Follow approximetly 7 miles. Turn left at the 3-way stop which is just past the Needmore Church of Christ. Follow 4 more miles through the "bottom land" which runs along side the Cumberland River. You will come to an intersection in the road, go up the hill on Cemetary road. The home is located just atop the hill, and can be seen for about a mile before you actually get there. From Erin or Cumberland City: Cross the Ferry in Cumberland City, then go about 2.4 miles and turn right onto Wildcat Creek(this road is in a sharp bend in the road with an old white farm house directly in front of you.) Then go approx. 1.8 miles around the lake, once around the lake you will take a drive up the hill beside an A-frame house. The Inn is just atop the hill.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Fort Donelson National Battlefield, Land Between the Lakes, One of the last remaining river Ferries, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Private Home Bed and Breakfast, Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn, Homestay
Computer, Copier, DVD Player, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities , A shared refrigerator & microwave
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Radio, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Hunting, Historical attractions, Civil War Attractions, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Cats , Dogs , 2 Horses, Other farm animals
I love to cook and love my animals. I have visited many bed and breakfast, and always felt some were lacking in the personal touch. I want people to feel they are part of the family while here. I have always lived my life sharing my home with others, so this is no new feat for me. I enjoy folks who come my way and enjoy the simple things while taking time to get away from it all. This is my haven of peace God has blessed me with and I want to share it with you.