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We spent 3 wonderful days at Armour's Hotel and it was fabulous. Dennis and Debbie are wonderful people and make you feel right at home. The rooms are beautiful and very clean and the country breakfasts are out of this world. I highly recommend staying...More
Went to Armour Hotel with a group of former co-workers. We have been playing cards together for 30 years and decided we needed an overnight trip to celebrate our 30th year--we actually ended up making it two nights! We all live in Middle Tennessee and...More
I love this place. The scenery is beautiful. You are out in the country where there is peace and quite. The staff makes you feel welcome. The food is great and the owners are there to make sure your needs are met. Everyone is friendly...More
my husband and I went for our anniversary and Dennis and Debbie was very polite and so was the staff the food was excellent I didn't want to leave !!! needless to say we plan on coming back every year for our anniversary !!! thank...More
Dennis and his stall made me fell like part of the family. Great food in a really cool Hotel like no other. You cant beat this for value and experance. Mineral baths are available. The family style dinning is a great why to meet your...More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety... More
The hotel is wheelchair accessible with ramps, etc. leading to the front porch and into the hotel .... and we do have one downstairs room that is wheelchair accessible with a door width of 31". The bathroom also has safety grab bars in the bath/shower and also immediately next to the commode ... but the only possible issue might be the door to the bathroom which is a narrow 23" or so due to this being a 90-year old building. A normal wheelchair will not fit through that doorway. Hope this helps.