Just spent 3 nights at this gem and can't wait to go back. The owners, John and Anita Luther, used to own a restaurant in Dickson--so breakfast was out of this world. And as inn-keepers, they could not have been nicer. Such genuine southern hospitality. The rooms were large, spotless, beautifully decorated--and comfy. We stayed in the Anderson room which had two queen-size sleigh beds. (This room was handicap accessible.) Room connected to the main house via an enclosed porch so it had a very private feel. Peaceful and serene back yard with total privacy from neighbors. A great place for coffee in the morning--or chats with friends in the evening after dinner. I really can't say enough about the East Hills B&B.
Pros: Fabulous food, Southern hospitality, Beautiful comfy rooms.
Cons: You won't want to leave.