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This charming cottage on 600 acres of private forest and pasture land was recently renovated with antique, reclaimed materials and includes a screened porch, queen bed, living area, & kitchen. Escape to a relaxing spot to commune with nature.
Enjoy a mint julep on the screened porch or finishing writing your novel seated at the dining table inside the cabin. The bathroom includes a vintage copper sink and shower. The kitchen cabinets and flooring are from reclaimed, antique wood.
Seeking inspiration or a quiet retreat? Guests can wander around thru the forests and pasture land of the farm.
Interazione con gli ospiti
I will meet you upon your arrival and help you get settled into the house. I am reachable via text or phone to answer any questions while you are here.
Altre cose da evidenziare
Take in a game at the Univ of Memphis or Ole Miss, enjoy the local sights and restaurants, and then escape to a relaxing space to commune with friends and nature.
There is a barn/event center near the cottage. Be assured that we will not rent the cottage to you at the same time that there is an event scheduled at the barn.
Must be 25 years of age or older to rent the house.
No Pets Allowed.
This cottage has been recently remodeled. We expect you to treat our space as you would treat your own special home.
Cancella la prenotazione fino a 7 giorni prima del viaggio per ottenere un rimborso del 50%. Puoi cancellare la prenotazione anche entro 7 giorni dal tuo arrivo, ma non riceverai alcun rimborso.
In 2013 we purchased the 600 farm that we named Mallard's Croft. In Scotland, croft means small farm. Our first project on the farm was to renovate a ramshackled barn into an event center for weddings and parties. To see photos, visit We held our first wedding in the barn in the spring of 2014. The barn is also listed in Airbnb.
Professionally, Tom has been reclaiming & reusing materials from old buildings for decades (for more info visit ). His first project at thirteen was helping his dad demolish and recycle the materials from a church in his hometown of West Point, MS. Since then he has reclaimed materials from buildings in Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, & Mississippi. Reclaimed antique wood and materials were used in the restoration of all of the buildings at Mallard's Croft.
Our second project was to create a small cottage near the barn. This is typically where brides and their bridesmaids dress and spend time before a wedding. It is also available for overnight stays (when events are not being held in the barn). There is a separate Airbnb listing for the cottage.
The most recent renovation is the farm house. We completed this in the summer of 2015. When events are not scheduled in the barn, the entire house is available for board meetings, family reunions, or a weekend getaway.
We look forward to sharing our peaceful, spacious farm house with you.
Our assistant, Tamar Wood, will be your primary point of contact. She manages the bookings for us and will arrange for you to be greeted when you arrive on the farm.