The oldest building in the oldest town in Tennessee----sort of. The present owner is very gracious. She has done a great job of renovation and restoration that included construction of several new rooms. You can't tell the old from the new. The place is beautiful. We would recommend a daytime visit to see the inn and the rooms, but we caution light sleepers to stay elsewhere. The B & B is located less than a hundred yards from railroad tracks that hosted trains all night long. When I asked my husband in the morning how many trains he thought there were, he answered "400". Just then number 401 went by. A slight exageration by two very tired travellers. Fun old downtown to stroll through, and have dinner at Bistro 105. A bit pricey after 7 pm, but great early dining bargains from 5 to 7.