Bed & Breakfast..................Gift Shop
Special Events...........Dining by Reservation
10575 Trousdale Ferry Lebanon,TN 37090
Phone – 615.444.2356
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Emily Steinberg-Cash Proprietor
The farm is closed for the winter months and re-opens on March 28-29
Business Hours are now only when scheduled events or luncheons occur.
Please see calendar of events for all scheduled activities. All dining by
reservations only and must be prepaid. Served at 12:30 or designated
time on event....Sorry but we are not handicapped accessible.
Welcome to the Farm...
The beauty of rolling hills and a winding country road along
stone fences lead to an antebellum gem. Leave your worries
behind and follow your heart to a very special place in the
country located 11 miles east of Lebanon, Tennessee. From
the moment you walk onto the impressive veranda, you will
feel the gracious southern hospitality. Whether your visit is
for a restful Bed & Breakfast stay or a group of friends
experiencing a luncheon get-together and shopping or special
event, a memory is being made in this tranquil setting. Hear
the roosters crowing or
watch the guineas run for bugs, you
will be amused and a smile will come across your face. Come
experience pure joy in the country life at Watermelon Moon
William Washington Seay Home
Listed on the National Historic Register
The historic homestead built between 1835-1845
offers the ambiance of an earlier time. Remarkable
stone masonry are displayed in the gigantic
chimneys, porch steps and foundation. Original
faux-grain painting is also evident on much of the
upstairs windows and doors. This too displays
artistic craftsmanship of a bygone era. This grand
house was built as an exact replica of a Louisiana
plantation home visited and admired by Seay on
visits to New Orleans. Frequent trips were made
to that area by riverboat to sell the tobacco grown
on the plantation. Artifacts found under the home's
Summer Kitchen possibly reflect those visits to
that area - whale rib-bone and harpoon.