Whether here on business, considering relocation, touring, or vacationing, a stay in this late 19th century building will surprise and delight you. The Historic Railroad Hotel was built in 1898 and is located just off the square in Watertown, a small village 40 minutes east of Nashville.
Enjoy this video featured produced by Tennessee Crossroads on Nashville Public Television (WNPT-8).
Watertown Bed and Breakfast is located in beautiful, historic Watertown, Tennessee, just 40 miles East of Nashville.
Proprietors Bob and Sharon McComb decided to open a bed and breakfast several years ago, and when they saw this house one weekend, they bought it the following Monday. Over the last several years they have renovated, remodeled and decorated this beautiful old home with love and good taste.
The house has three rooms available and the upstairs rooms include full baths. The house also offers a sitting area in the front parlor, a library and game room, a spacious dining room, and verandahs both upstairs and downstairs with comfortable seating.
Watertown is the place to go to get away from the stress and tension of everyday life. Nowhere can you find a more peaceful, serene setting. Come to Watertown Bed and Breakfast and transport yourself back to a time when life was simpler.
What's Special About the Watertown & Breakfast?
Listed on the National Historical Registry
Library and parlor games available
No phones or television in guest rooms (both are available)
Relax on the upper or lower verandahs or go for a ride on our tandem bike through our scenic town
This is southern hospitality at its finest. Guests are very complimentary of the Bed and Breakfast. What our visitors say:
Food, friends, fun...
Reminds me of my grandma's house...
Realy enjoyed the Tinker Toys...
We felt right at home...
Relaxing and peaceful visit to the past...
Too many niceties to list...
The Place For Special Occasions
Watertown Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place for anniversaries, birthdays, honeymoons, romantic weekends, or just a special get-away. Bob and Sharon would love to help you plan any special event.
Come Stay With Us!
Whether on business, touring, vacationing, or considering re-location to the area, a stay in this late 19th century historic railroad hotel will delight you. You will find restaurants, banks, antique and specialty shops, a lumber yard and numerous churches. Nashville is an easy 40-minute drive by US 70 and Interstate 40.