The states in this region are comprised of Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Charming antebellum homes, stately plantations, and equestrian breeding farms are just a few of the types of lodgings to be found in the East South Central region of the South.
Horses abound in this region, the home to the thoroughbreds of Kentucky and the saddlebreds of Tennessee. You will find many working horse farms for your stay and can often bring along your own horse if you like.
Hill farms nestle into the southern end of the Appalachian Mountains, others are located at the base of the Smokies and the gateway to the national park. Our farms and ranches raise everything from cattle to timber to cotton to row crops.
The region is generally warm with areas of park-like beauty. Take classes in bread, jam, and cheese making. Ride miles of trails. Eat wonderful, home-cooked breakfasts. The offerings and the prices have something for everyone's interests and budget.
Check out the many South (East South Central) farm, ranch, and vineyard stays and find the perfect vacation for you and your family.
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