A Truly Stunning Historic Cottage By White’s Mercantile Room And Board!

Featuring a queen bed upstairs in the master, another queen bed in a smaller adjacent room separated by a single original historic door, and a trundle bed downstairs that accommodates 2 twin mattresses for side by side sleeping, up to 6 people can sleep here! 

The tiny, chic kitchen is equipped with everything one could ever need to make a great meal! From the fabulous mint green Smeg refrigerator, to the Bertazzoni Italian stove, this is a cook’s dream!

The farm table seats up to 8 in the dining room clad with antique plates and mirrors. There is a stackable washer and dryer for any laundry you may need to do!

The bathroom features a tub deep enough to soak in, and a handheld shower kit, along with a fabulous brass console sink and faucet.

Feel free to bring your furry friend, Harry Barker dog beds which are available at my general store (White’s Mercantile) are in the living room for them to get their zzz’s!

Two Gibson guitars are inside awaiting your musical skills, and the fire pit in the back is the perfect place for s’mores or star gazing.

Walk to town for live music at historic Puckett’s Grocery, discover beautiful antiques at Serenite Maison and taste the incredible food at 1892 restaurant, all right out your door! Pray for rain to sing you to sleep on the original tin roof of this unbelievably charming home!

Only 8 miles to Franklin and 26 miles to Nashville, the day trip options are endless!



In a Nutshell

Historical 1892 Cottage with Tin Roof, Front Porch Swing, Firepit in Backyard,

Sleeps up to 6 guests

Two Queen Beds and a Trundle Bed that Accommodates Two Twin Mattresses for Side by Side Sleeping

Wifi and Cable Available





$250/night Mon – Thu*
$325/night Fri – Sun*

*Cleaning Fee $125

*Lodging Tax 13.75%




The most amazing vacation of our lives!

“Our family just had the most amazing vacation of our lives at Sweeney Cottage. This home is absolutely stunning!!! We were so comfortable and loved being surrounded by so much beauty. We spent our days sitting around fire pit in back yard, making pumpkin pies in the most beautiful kitchen ever, walking to antique and vintage shops, having the best chicken fried steak from Country Boys, listening to incredible live music from Puckett's, and visiting art galleries. This place is perfection and we are hoping to make this a holiday tradition. This place will be in our families hearts forever..”


The Sweeney Cottage is not to be missed!

“The Carl-Sweeney cottage and Leipers Fork is not to be missed. It is an enchanting little cottage that has possibly the quickest access to the shops and restaurants close by. The town itself is filled with the kindest people, great music, and yummy eats! I especially loved the little outpost store of White’s Mercantile! Live and Love Simply!.”

— Leah.

I can't say enough about how fantastic the home and area are.

“The cottage is perfectly appointed with thoughtful details in every corner. My favorite things were actually the smallest details; antique photos to browse, an aqua SMEG refrigerator, gently foiled wallpaper in the bathroom, beautiful sink fixtures, cozy linens. I could go on and on.  The house is full of yummy goodness from Meyer's laundry detergent to local soap in the shower. Plenty of fluffy towels and necessities.The house is literally next door to adorable shops filled with local goodies."

— Lindsey