Spring Valley Bed and Breakfast
Tranquility Is Our Business

About our Bed and Breakfast

The Spring Valley Bed and Breakfast, established in 2002, takes you out to the tranquility of the farm where the only noises you'll hear are the sounds of farm animals and an occasional tractor.  Your innkeepers/owners, Dwight and Arleen Ensor, welcome you to stay with them at their home and enjoy a relaxing getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Spring Valley Farm, which is a 600-acre operation just south of Knoxville, has been in the Ensor family for over 60 years. 

 

All sleeping quarters include a queen size bed, dresser, television, and clock radio.  If a long soothing bath is your cup of tea, try soaking in our cast iron bear claw tub that is over 100 years old.  Those who are more interested in getting up and out the door will find the double sized walk in shower just perfect.  A laundry facility is also available for guests that plan on a longer stay with us.  Out your bathroom window you will have a peaceful view of a grassy hillside with grazing cattle and a small pond that is home to ducks and geese.  Rumor has it that Jesse James stopped at the natural spring that fills this pond to water his horses.

 

Perhaps the outdoors is where you'd like to be.  Come stay in the modern cabin that has all the amenities of home: bathroom, shower, kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator, television, and a queen size bed.  Cook your meals or roast hotdogs over an open fire.  Go fishing in the pond that is right outside the cabin door.  For the gaming enthusiast, the Bunkhouse will conveniently sleep you and your hunting party.

 

Guests will be served a farm fresh breakfast, available when it is time to "rise and shine" and start the morning.  Dining experiences can be located in the kitchen, where all the morning action is, or in the formal dining area.  If you are an early riser, head outside to relax and watch the ducks on the pond as you sip a cup of fresh coffee.  You can also choose to sit by a campfire at night and spend an evening with a loved one gazing at the stars. There is always much to do on the farm and plenty of room to roam. We hope to see you soon!

 

Dwight and Arleen Ensor