The Wildstream Retreat takes place at Eagles Rest, a wooded sanctuary on Monteagle Mountain, Tennessee. The location provides privacy and peace with breathtaking views of 2.000 acres of coves and hills. Wildstream is named partly for a gently tumbling stream that often provides a peaceful soundtrack for the weekend.
The chalet at Wildstream Retreat is comfortably spacious with room for eight participants and the Sherpas (guides) who will make you comfortable during your stay. Meals will be served in the dining area or (weather-permitting) on the large screened porch overlooking Dripping Spring Cove. There are other spaces where you can have a cup of coffee or tea while taking some time for yourself. Additionally, there are hiking paths, fire pits, and Adirondack seating overlooking the bluff.
The White House off Main
Affectionately called “The Sherpa House,” this 1910 cottage located in the heart of the Village of Monteagle is completely renovated on the interior from the ground up. With a one-of-a-kind porch galley kitchen, family-feel dining room viewing a peaceful secret garden patio, and cozy gathering room with a striking audiovisual nook makes the expression
This house has the historic mountain charm but with plenty of new features and stately original heart-of-pine and cypress wood accents. Furnished with new beds, bedding, and towels to meet the needs of our Sherpas, there is so much more to appreciate. The magnificent old silver maple, elm (yes, elm) and towering pine tree adorn the corner yard. Plenty of parking is available. The WHoM is within easy walking distance of the Mountain Goat Market and other Main Street vendors.