Rooms & Rates

Rest & relax in the lap of luxury! Choose from one of our spacious rooms. You may book online or make reservations by calling us toll-free
at 1-877-222-1616 or 1-423-272-5171.

  • President Andrew Jackson Suite

    History Named for the 7th president of the United States—the first to be born in a log cabin, the son of poor Scotch- Irish immigrants who was orphaned at age 14, grew up in the Carolinas, then moved to Tennessee...

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  • President Andrew Johnson Suite

    History The third President of the United States to “spend the night at the Hale Springs Inn”would have been President Andrew Johnson.More… A tailor by trade,Johnson and his family came from North Carolina to Greeneville about 1826 where he married...

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  • President James K. Polk Suite

    History On July 29, 1839,James K. Polk, who had served in the U.S. Congress from 1825 to 1839,visitedRogersville during his campaign for Governor of Tennessee.More… A big celebration was hosted by Mayor Dicks Alexander and the Town Council,with speeches on...

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  • Carl and Janet Netherland-Brown Room

    History Carl Netherland-Brown was born in McMinn County, Tennessee but grew up in Miami where he began a career as a sailor at age 16. The Netherland- Browns, along with Carl’s mother, Elizabeth, were on a trip from Athens, TN...

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  • Winfield B. “HAP” Hale III Room

    History Winfield Berry “Hap” Hale III was born January 23, 1919, in Rogersville, TN to Winfield Berry Hale Jr. and Alma Phillips Hale. He was educated at the University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee, graduating in May, 1941, summa cum...

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  • James Wood Rogan Room

    History One of Rogersville’s early prominent citizens was James Woods Rogan— a school teacher,merchant,farmer, land developer, deacon and elder of the RogersvillePresbyterian Church,the town’s first historian who took time to write his memoirs which became a valuable resource material for...

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  • Mollie Gray Room

    History “Miss Mollie” was the last of four generations to occupy Rosemont,the home of John and Susan McKinney Netherland,before it was purchased and then restored by Carl and Janet Netherland-Brown.After the Rosemont sale,she moved into a suite at the Hale...

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  • Joseph and Mary Amis Rogers

    History Joseph Rogers was born August 21, 1764, in Tyrone County, Ireland.He immigrated to America in 1781, through the port of Philadelphia. He came to North Carolina and found work on the Thomas Amis plantation On Big Creek.History Amis had...

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  • Jacob E. Miller

    History Jacob Eastman Miller was born in Hawkins County on December 17, 1813, son of John and Cynthia Charles Miller, grandson of Peter & Sybil Pitzer Miller. Peter & Sybil Miller settled on Miller’s Island in the Holston River in...

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