Discover the Charm of Starstruck Farm: A Unique Lodging Experience

Nestled in the picturesque landscape of Lebanon, Tennessee, Starstruck Farm emerges as a beacon of tranquility and unique lodging unlike any other. Once the cherished retreat of the legendary artist Reba McEntire, dedicated to her beloved horses, this sprawling estate has been thoughtfully reimagined by Jay Wilfong in 2019. With a vision to preserve its storied past while introducing a new era of hospitality, Starstruck Farm now stands as a testament to innovative transformation and heartfelt dedication to the land’s legacy.

A New Life for an Iconic Space

Under Wilfong’s meticulous care, the farm’s original structures, rich with equestrian history, have been creatively repurposed. Where horses once roamed and entertained, now guests find shelter and solace. The transformation of horse stalls and show arenas into lodging spaces is nothing short of ingenious, offering a stay that is as memorable as it is comfortable.

Lodging That Tells a Story

Horse Stall Suites: Imagine sleeping in the heart of equestrian elegance, where each suite narrates a tale of rustic charm seamlessly blended with modern luxury. These accommodations are not just rooms; they are experiences, each with its unique design and story.

A-Frame Glampers: For those who yearn for the great outdoors but crave the comforts of home, the A-Frame Glampers at Starstruck Farm offer the perfect solution. Blending rustic aesthetics with contemporary amenities, these glampers provide a cozy retreat amidst nature’s embrace.

Tiny Houses: Tucked away in the serene woods of Lebanon, the tiny houses on Starstruck Farm present a unique lodging option. Each tiny house, distinct in design and ambiance, promises a comfortable and intimate stay, encapsulating the essence of minimalist living without compromising on comfort.

More Than Just a Place to Stay

Starstruck Farm is a destination that extends beyond its exceptional lodging options. Guests are invited to explore a variety of amenities and experiences that enhance their stay. From the charm of a bed and breakfast setting and southern cooking at Jay Bob’s Country Kitchen; to the grandeur of weddings, corporate events and live music at The Grand Ole Barn; Starstruck Farm offers something for everyone.

An Invitation to Experience Magic

Starstruck Farm is more than a place to rest; it’s a destination to experience, a space where every detail is infused with the legacy of its past and the vision of its future. Whether you’re seeking a unique getaway, planning a memorable event, or simply in search of tranquility, Starstruck Farm awaits to share its magic with you.

Book your stay today and embark on a journey where the charm of Tennessee’s countryside meets the innovation of modern lodging. At Starstruck Farm, every visit is an opportunity to create unforgettable memories in a setting that is truly one of a kind. Want to know more or make a reservation?Β  Send us an email at info@starstruckfarmadventure.com or call us at 615.636.5137.

Frequently Asked Questions

Twig City Farm is a small, wooded, agricultural property engaging in agricultural and agri-tourism activities.

We are located in Laguardo, Tennessee.

Owner Jay Wilfong bought the property in 2015 and began his labor of love which he named Twig City Farm, in honor of his birthplace of Willow Branch, Indiana.

We cut and mill timber from the property for sale as rough cut wood, and we design and build very cool things out of rough sawed wood ranging from tiny houses, end tables, shelves, coffee tables and decorative trim for tiny houses and other building projects!

Yes. I showcase my products in several tiny houses on the Twig City Farm, which are available for overnight stays, booked exclusively through Airbnb.

Yes, by appointment I also offer free walk through tours of my wood, wood products, tiny houses and property.

My tiny houses are presently booked exclusively on Airbnb.com. Please go to that site and search Laguardo, Tennessee under the names of the tiny houses. The names are Limerence, Sedona, Wood Shed, Backstage and Watertree. Overnight stays are usually in the $75 range.

Yes! Each tiny house is one of a kind and we are happy to design, build and deliver one to your location.

No, they are all very reasonably and competitively priced. The average tiny house we build is about 200 square feet and costs between $20,000 to $25,000.

Yes, to a certain degree. You can choose interiors and exterior woods, colors, windows, etc. We can also arrange the floorplan to suit your taste and needs.

The waiting period is between 8 to 16 weeks.

The Impossible Forrest is the wooded area of Twig City where there is every known species of trees indigenous to Tennessee, all growing out of rock! Impossible!

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