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Hale Springs Inn offers all the modern-day amenities and convenience for the sophisticated traveler while still preserving its historical significance. Step back in time for a stay you will not forget!

The Inn

The historic Hale Springs Inn was built in 1824 by John A. McKinney and is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Rogersville, Tennessee. The Inn features 9 spaciously appointed guest rooms and suites, all with private baths.

The inn has three presidential suites all named after Presidents which have been previous guests to the inn: Andrew Jackson, Andrew Johnson, and James K. Polk. The Inn also boasts original 1824 Heart Pine flooring, a room with a “secret”, and beautiful antiques and reservation books from 1889, 1916, and 1919.

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Special Events

Consider us for your next special occasion!  The Inn is proud to host weddings, reunions, showers, receptions and more!  The large main dining room, cozy small dining room, tavern and patio/courtyard offer your guests a spacious and unique experience.  Call today to schedule a personal tour and meet with our Events Coordinator, Julie, to plan your special event!

Call 423-272-5171 or e-mail Events@HaleSpringsInn.com for more information.

McKinney’s Restaurant & Tavern

McKinney’s Restaurant & Tavern offers food and drinks made with the freshest ingredients and of the highest quality. Meals start at just $7 with dinner entrées beginning at $15. Come as you are and enjoy a casual dining experience.

Our Executive Chef, Ashlee Hudson, recently won Chef’s Choice and People’s Choice at the 19th Annual March of Dimes Chocolate Fantasy and Dessert Delight which was hosted at the General Morgan Inn in Greeneville, TN.


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We invite you to take a Virtual Tour of Our Inn – Tap Here

If you would like to go on a guided walking tour of Downtown Historic Rogersville, please call Julie at the Inn at 423-272-5171. She will guide you on a stroll down Main Street pointing out the historic buildings, lead you to the Train Depot and show off the Tennessee Newspaper and Printing Museum, and finally let you wonder around Crockett Springs Park, which is also home of a certified arboretum. History comes to life with Julie’s enthusiasm and you are sure to learn something new.