Mulberry Lavender Farm

Mulberry, Tennessee

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Come relish some downtime on Mulberry Lavender Farm and B&B, including an all-organic breakfast.

Beautiful Mulberry Creek runs right by the farm on its way to the Elk River and can be paddled. The farm has a park-like setting with pastoral views, pastures, lavender, and woods. The farm produces all-organic lavender, organic vegetables, organic hay, and free-range organic Eggs from our pastured heritage hens. There are Navajo Churro Sheep doing the weeding, and an assortment of heirloom poultry and geese also keep the bugs and weeds at bay. White-Tailed Deer and Wild Turkeys make the farm their home. Enjoy some welcome downtime to unplug and live in the moment. There is no wifi or TV on the farm but just 10 minutes away at Java Roads in Fayetteville, you can enjoy high-speed wifi and a delicious pastry on the side, or in Lynchburg at Southern Perks (open on Sundays too). Your cellphone generally does work, depending on your carrier.

You are welcome to enjoy the scenery of the farm, but must be respectful to the farm animals, pets, and wildlife. Also be careful not to touch the fencing, because it is electrified. There is a small farm store, stocked with lavender, wool, products made with lavender, gift items, Bronze Wildlife and Equine Sculptures by award-winning artist Bob Scheelings, and local crafts.
You will love the view of the deer and sheep from your window, or while enjoying some porch moments. The Cottage is part of Mulberry Lavender Farm ( in the quaint town of Mulberry, with a rich history all its own). Mulberry is located right between Fayetteville and Lynchburg.
Amenities include a full bathroom with a large soaking tub and a separate shower. There was no WIFI in 1860 and there is none now unless your phone provides you with a hotspot, which most cell phones do work here depending on your provider. There is a small kitchen with a refrigerator, water cooker, and coffee maker. A hearth to keep away the chill. The cottage is located on a working farm with livestock and wildlife, so caution and respect for the animals is required. You may wake up after a restful night sleep, to the sound of a braying donkey, or gobbling turkey.


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