Southern Town Hospitality & Charming Front Porches
We arrived in Bell Buckle TN on a beautiful December day to see "An Fashioned Christmas" complete
with horse and carriage rides, Victorian-dressed carolers, and plenty of porches.
Bell Buckle is well known for its restored Victorian style houses,
The Webb School and walking horses.
Many people enjoy visiting for antiques, beautiful quilts and hand-crafted items, along with partaking of genuine Southern cooking and hospitality.
Bell Buckle is also home to wonderful events like the RC/Moon Pie Festival, Daffodil Days, and the Best of Butts BBQ Cook off.
But Mary and I also enjoyed seeing the many Bell Buckle porches, of course.
While Bell Buckle does not receive loads of snow, the Christmas spirit is in the air and on their porches!
Video: Old-Fashioned Christmas in Bell Buckle
Video: Take a Fun Tour of Bell Buckle TN
Victorian Porches and More
Arrowlet Bed and Breakfast in Bell Buckle TN
Bell Buckle TN is also home to the Arrowlet Bed and Breakfast.
It is a restored 1890's Eastlake Victorian and has a cozy and inviting porch- perfect for relaxing and watching the world go by.
The inn is within easy walking distance of the commercial district where you can enjoy a great cup
of coffee at Coffeez By Us and read the paper while sitting along the store fronts.
Downtown Bell Buckle
Hungry? We recommend the Bell Buckle Cafe on Railroad Square.
You are sure to receive a good dose of Southern hospitality along with some good eats!
And when you are finished be sure to sit a spell along the store fronts.
Webb School, perhaps one of the oldest boarding schools in the South, is a private co-educational college preparatory boarding and day school.
Founded in 1870 by Sawney Webb, The Webb School is home to more Rhodes Scholars than any other secondary school in the U.S.
Bell Buckle is a really nice place to visit if you want a small town Southern experience.
And don't forget to take time to see their porches, too.