You won't believe you're just 12 minutes from downtown Chattanooga. Spacious 1920 home with antiques features over-sized guest rooms with private bath. Lavish breakfasts served in your private dining area overlooking the flower garden; special diets are gladly accommodated. One room has a private outside balcony overlooking a pond with a waterfall. Hot tub with jetted massage available. Enjoy the breathtaking views from Signal Point, .8 mile away, which is also the start of the famous Cumberland Trail. Complimentary high-speed internet connection.
5 on January 08, 2014
We had a great stay at the Olde Towne Bed & Breakfast. My wife, myself, and our foreign exchange student stayed with Earl and Susan on the 22nd of December and had a wonderful time. When we first arrived things were a little hectic due to a last minute change they had with other guests, but even so they made us feel at home and welcome. Susan was especially gracious to our foreign exchange student and made her feel special, and Earl cooks up the best breakfast I have ever run into while traveling. I highly recommend visiting these two whenever you are in the Chattanooga area.
5 on September 09, 2013
Our 1st anniversary was truely momentous. We arrived to a sweet Earl (who was flying solo due to his other 1/2 being out of town for the weekend we were there) who showed us to our room upstairs and told us to make ourselves comfortable. In the giant room, we had a TV and vhs/dvd player, a coffee maker, and a bottle of wine as well as as a small bundle of precious fresh flowers from their garden and a couple pieces of dark chocolate next to the bed. The house is exactly what you picture for a bed and breakfast-eclectic and shabby-chic.BY THE WAY- NONE of their pictures are updated on their page- they have a GIANT front porch and pergola out front that is breathtaking and adds to the beauty of the home! (earl said they aren't too tech-savvy and havent updated it in a couple years) so the pictures on their website certainly do not do it justice! Breakfast in the mornings were mouthwatering- Spinach grits, carmelized onion fritatta, poached eggs, bacon and sausage, two types of fresh made bread, mini muffins and cinnamon rolls, pomegranate juice and orange juice, etc. And every bit of it was DELICIOUS! AND FRESH! AND HOMEMADE!!! On top of that, we were made to feel so welcomed - Earl even had couons for local restaurants laid out for us and their code for their Country Club he said we were welcomed to use. We cannot wait to go back! We absolutely love it here I wish we had had more time!!
5 on September 24, 2012
This was a spur of the moment getaway for us. As it was for a Saturday night, hotels in downtown Chattanooga were booked so I started looking a bit further away. Sorry to say, I had never heard of Signal Mountain, TN, but I know it now and will never forget it. The owners of the B&B were very gracious hosts and the evening stroll around the historic district was absolutely beautiful. Most the homes were built around 1920 and it is obvious the owners all take great pride in maintaining these beautiful homes & gardens. The B&B was comfortable and the owners treated us like family. Highly recommend, but I wouldn't take small children for fear they would break or ruin some of the many very valuable art pieces or someone who cannot climb stairs to the bedrooms. Breakfast was delicious, and the owner's recommendation to eat dinner at GinGins was superb and very reasonably priced. Stayed September 2012
5 on June 19, 2012
Very nice folks, the rooms were unique, clean, and comfortable. I did not expect a gourmet breakfast but that's certainly what we got. I would recommend this place to all who want to spend time in the Chattanooga area, but don't want to pay the overpriced charges found downtown.
5 on November 21, 2011
My husband and I have stayed at Old Towne on two different occasions. I absolutely love historical homes and was excited to find this charming B&B only 1 hour from where we live. Susan and Earl are warm and welcoming. They went out of their way to make our stay pleasant. The breakfast was wonderful!! There is a local Italian restaurant just down the road that we adore! It has the best authentic Italian cuisine I have ever tried! I would definitely recommend Signal Mountain, and Old Towne B&B, for your next romantic getaway! The Taylors
4.4 on October 16, 2011
My husband and I had a fantastic stay at the Old Towne B&B!! We were celebrating our 20th anniversary and were treated like family!! Susan and Earl are very hospitable while giving you full privacy during your stay. The food was also delicious!! Will definitely stay here again!! (And don't forget to see the amazing scenery just a short walk from the home)
5 on April 10, 2011
Old Towne was such a relaxing last minute getaway! Earl and Susan were so nice and very accommodating as we called last minute while in Chatt to check if any rooms were available! The breakfast was more than amazing!!! The rooms were very clean while the decor added a nice touch. Some great hiking trails are also located less than a mile away. I will definitely be staying again and would recommend to anyone!
5 on January 13, 2011
Our stay at the Old Towne Bed and Breakfast was the most relaxing getaways I've experienced in a very long time. My husband , daughter and I felt pampered during our stay. Because of a medical emergency with my husband, my daughter and I stayed an additional three days. After being at the hospital late, we elected to sleep in and imagine our surprise to awake to a basket of freshly made bread, jelly and fresh juice. This was one of the extra caring touches that are part of the excellence of the Old Towne Bed and Breakfast. I can't wait to stay there again when we are in the area! Ellen from Cincinnati, Ohio
5 on October 15, 2010
My husband and I stayed at Old Towne to attend a function at Baylor School. It was a fantastic weekend. The room was lovely and the breakfast was creative and delicious. Will definitely stay again.
4.0 on June 13, 2010
My husband and I, along with our two grown children & their spouses spent the weekend to attend another daughter's wedding. We were accommodated beautifully. Our grandson even joined us. It was a wonderful family time, enhanced by our surroundings.
Mountains, Small town
Chattanooga, TN (CHA-Lovell Field) 18 miles
From I-24, which traverses Chattanooga, take Downtown Chattanooga, or U.S. 27N which soon crosses the Tenn. River. The 5th exit past the river is Signal Mtn, or 127 North. This exit slides you onto northbound traffic & in l mile you will begin ascending Signal Mtn. Near the top, 100 yards before the 1st traffic light, take a sharp left onto Signal Mtn Blvd. Go .4 mile to the top of the hill & take an even sharper left. .6 mile down this road is our 2-story green home with a flower bed in front -- 504 James Blvd. If noone is in, the door is unlocked -- please make yourself at home!
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Many mountain biking trails, Mountain Opry regulars, Friday night Mountain Opry, come jam with, Downtown River Walk,
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Washer/dryer
Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wet bar, Wired internet
Bicycles, Bird watching, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Tennis courts
Susan & Earl Rothberger
Botany & other nature study, wild mushrooming, gardening, artisan bread baking, hiking, vegeterian cooking, classical music, duplicate bridge, table tennis, photography
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian All accommodated
wild mushroom & pesto frittata
All of our egg dishes are cooked with eggs from local free-range chickens. Wild mushrooms are gathered seasonally from nearby forests and are often used in our cooking. We enjoy being challenged by requests for special dishes, accommodated when possible.