April 23, 2024
Deutshce Strasse & Fox Manor

Deutshce Strasse & Fox Manor

Deutshce Strasse

Old world charm is marvelously reflected in this building built in the Frank Lloyd Wright style. Deutshce Strasse Bed and Breakfast is the 1884 home that was renovated in 1915. Old world charm is displayed throughout your experience in the great north. Guests are welcomed in the welcome room on the main floor with its grand piano and period architecture. As you step into the formal dining room you will imagine you have entered a chalet on the Alps. This feeling carries through to the living room and the candlelit marble fireplace. As you mount the stairs to your room, you will forget you are in Minnesota.

The king size bed with the ornate scrolled metal head and foot boards may not indicate this is the Castle room but the suit of armor in the sitting area for two gives it away. The private bath comes complete with a pedestal bath and rain shower.

The Crystal room boasts a queen-sized antique brass bed. Crystal accents complete the room’s ambience. Step into the two-person whirlpool tub with the original ceramic floor and wall tile. This room was originally the master room.

The queen-sized four-poster bed is most prominent in the Flower room. Even the headboard has flowers. We find, in the private bath, a shower and an original pedestal sink.

Ivy outlines the canopy frame of the queen-sized bed in the Ivy room. Grab a book and cuddle up by the fireplace on the cool evenings. The private bath includes a shower with three shower heads that is referred to as a full-body shower.

The Black Forest room is two rooms decorated with items from the black forest region of Germany. This room also boasts a full bath and a room with a hot tub and fireplace. Don’t miss the cuckoo clock on the wall in this room!

Fox Manor

Fox Manor Historic Bed & Breakfast Inn is located in Kingsport, Tennessee. Upon arrival, you will become aware of the original carriage steps used by passengers to disembark from their horse-drawn carriages. This is your earliest hint that you have arrived at a truthfully only one of its kind and historic inn.

Eight cozy fireplaces, eleven ceiling fans, central air conditioning, complimentary wireless high speed internet, a quiet parlor for reading or watching television, candlelight breakfast, afternoon tea, and a wonderful dessert gift shop are all features of this wondrous inn.

Each room features plush down comforters, thick robes, queen or king sized beds, wine buckets, ironing boards, a television, VCR and DVD players. The private baths all have Egyptian towels and hair dryers and lighted makeup mirrors.

The Cottage is a very cozy residence separate from the main house. It features a private bath with oversized shower, queen-sized bed and a large work desk. Amenities also include a small refrigerator, microwave, television/DVD and telephone. The Cottage is perfect for the extended stay business traveler or a haven for honeymooners.

Guests are invited to enjoy afternoon refreshments at the authentic 300 year-old English Pub Bar. This wonderful room is furnished with plush leather sofas, a big screen television and a 28-foot hand-painted wall mural.
The Parlor offers quiet Victorian elegance and the warm glow of fire. For quieter moments, the Library has a cozy fireplace and a large selection of books and magazines. There is a television with VCR, and a wonderful music system with surround sound.

The ceiling in the Dining Room was painted by a professional artist who captured both the design and color scheme in the fabrics and wall coverings. The vast china and teapot collection gathered on travels abroad is displayed in the built in cabinets.