The Chattanooga Market Brings You the Best of Summer

July 23rd, 2014 by Rob Hart

Chattanooga MarketChattanooga, Tennessee, hailed as one of the most affordable vacation destinations in the country, is also considered to be one of the South’s most popular travel destinations.  It’s no surprise, either, with so many fun activities and attractions to choose from in the surrounding area.  Situated along the Tennessee River and near the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, Chattanooga is a beautifully scenic city where you’ll find endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.  In addition, you’ll find other world-class attractions, like the Chattanooga Markets, amazing restaurants fit for the foodie in you, and plenty of art, shopping, and live events to keep you entertained for weeks.  Located just 15 minutes outside of the city of Chattanooga near Lookout Mountain, Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast is the perfect travel destination for guests looking to take advantage of all this great city has to offer.  Book your room today, and get started on planning your Chattanooga vacation.

 Explore the Chattanooga Markets

The main Chattanooga Market at the First Tennessee Pavilion, which is now in its 13th year of operation, is the larget local market of its kind in the region.  This wonderful market features an array of fresh produce, meat, and cheese, in addition to live music and popular local food trucks.  There is a major theme and many events each week, so you’ll always find something new and exciting when you visit.  For example, next week the Chattanooga Market will be celebrating the Tomato Festival.  Here, there will be many tomato varieties on hand, as well as local farmers to talk to and recipe demonstrations from the Culinard Culinary School.  In August, food lovers in particular won’t want to miss the Five Star Food Fight, where local chefs compete and show off their culinary skills under pressure.  This exciting event is one of the top annual attractions at the Chattanooga Market, and will feature 5 local chefs, including last year’s winner Blacky Smith of Beast and Barrell.

Chattanooga MarketA popular new market this year is the Wednesday market, which is new for 2014, and also held at the First Tennessee Pavilion.  The Wednesday market is smaller than the traditional Chattanooga Market, and features live acoustic music, fresh produce, artisan foods, and of course local food trucks.  On Saturdays, shoppers can head to the popular River Market, which features live music, arts and crafts, jewelry, and hand-made apparel.  This charming market is held at the plaza at the Tennessee Aquarium.  With all of the excitement at our local markets, we know you’ll enjoy your time here.  Book your room at our Chattanooga area Bed and Breakfast now, and join the fun this summer at local Chattanooga Markets.

Spring in the Mountains!!

April 11th, 2014 by Rob Hart

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Spring Break Safari (now-April 20)
4 Bridges Arts Festival (April 11-13)
Jazzanooga (Now-April 30)
TVRM’s Day Out With Thomas (April 26, 27 & May 3, 4, 10)
Chattanooga Market (Sundays, April 27-Nov. 23)
Choo Choo Jazz Festival (May 2-4)
Nightfall Concert Series (Fridays, May 2-Aug 29)

Fairytale Nights

March 16th, 2014 by Rob Hart

Rock City is adding a new event this year. Fairytale Nights will be held from March 28th through April 20th, 2014. The hours are 5:00pm – 8:00pm. The event invites audience participation where you can help Little Red Riding Hood avoid the Big Bad Wolf; follow Jack as he ventures off the beanstalk into the giant’s lair; enjoy the radiant gardens with Cinderella; or learn to sword fight with a knight. In addition, carriage rides will be offered each night through Rock City.

Come stay with us at Chanticleer and step back into the world of fairytales and moonlit nights. We are located within walking distance from Rock City.

To book your reservation visit us at: http://stayatchanticleer.com

Shamrock City

March 9th, 2014 by Rob Hart

Come and stay with us at Chanticleer Inn during Rock City’s 6th Irish Celebration. The festival includes Irish food, specialty beer and live entertainment. You won’t want to miss their famous fudge with a green twist to it. The celebration will be held March 15-16, 2014

To book your reservation visit us at: http://stayatchanticleer.com

IRONMAN Chattanooga

February 27th, 2014 by Rob Hart

On September 26-28, 2014, Chattanooga will be hosting the eleventh annual race in the IRONMAN U. S. Series. Guests are already booking their rooms, therefore we are filling up fast. We are located atop Lookout Mountain, a short, ten minute drive from downtown Chattanooga. Come stay with us at Chanticleer and enjoy the ambiance of yesteryear with the comfort and amenities of today.

Romantic things to do in Chattanooga

February 11th, 2014 by Rob Hart

There are many wonderful things to see and do in Chattanooga. You can start out by visiting the Bluff View Art District located above the Tennessee River housing The Hunter Museum of Art . You will find a varied collection of artists such as Winslow Homer, Mary Cassatt and Thomas Cole to name a few. Tony’s Italian Restaurant and the Back Inn Cafe are located just up the hill where you can enjoy a romantic lunch or dinner. If you are in the mood for dessert and coffee, check out Rembrandt’s Cafe. Walk across the glass bridge to the historic Walnut Street Bridge and stroll across the Tennessee River. On the other side of the river is the historic North Shore District offering a variety of galleries and shops worth exploring.

Chattanooga offers an array of romantic activities with beautiful sunrises and sunsets from the bluffs of the mountains to the shores of the Tennessee River.

Remodeling the Kitchen

February 5th, 2014 by Rob Hart

Well it’s finally happened! The long anticipated kitchen remodel has begun! The first day started out with the removal of cabinets and flooring. As is to be expected with an 87 year old house, we had to replace a few of the floor joists before installing the sub floor. Day two began with patching and painting the walls in order for the tile to be laid. Once the paint had dried the tile went in. We can’t forget about the lights. They were replaced too! Day three brought the installation of our beautiful, new cabinets. The arrival of day four involved finishing touches to prepare for the new appliances. Final measurements were taken for the granite counters. Slowly, but surely everything is beginning to fall into place.

Come enjoy our newest addition!

January 26th, 2014 by Rob Hart

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Come and visit our new addition at the Inn. A cozy place to warm up while enjoying your favorite beverage.

Red Chair Travels

December 21st, 2013 by Rob Hart

Move over Flat Stanley, the Red Chair is the newest travel icon to hit the states.  The Red Chair has become a symbol of connections made across invisible boundaries around the country.

Red started his travels in New England and is making his way across the United States to California.  He will be with us here at Chanticleer Inn from December 24th -26th, 2013.

While Red is here he will visit Rock City, Ruby Falls and Pointe Park. If you are in the area and want to take a picture with him please come by and see us. Chanticleer Inn Bed & Breakfast high atop Lookout Mountain, Georgia. www.stayatchanticleer.com. You can follow Red’s travels at www.RedChairTravels.com 

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Enchanted Getaway Package

October 14th, 2013 by Rob Hart

Chanticleer Inn Bed and Breakfast, Lookout Mountain, Georgia is proud to offer it’s new 2013 Christmas Package.
The Enchanted Getaway Package: (Valid just for the Christmas season) 11/22/13 – 1/4/14
 
- Tickets for 2 adults to Rock City’s Garden of Lights
- Chanticleer Inn Ornament in Red Velvet bag
- 2 Chanticleer Ceramic Coffee Mugs
- Box of Assorted Handmade Truffles
- Delicious Moonshine Cake made locally in Chattanooga
- Dinner for 2 to either The Cafe on the Corner, Canyon Grill or The Public House ($40 value)
Please contact the Inn directly for further information or visit website at www.stayatchanticleer.com. We look forward to seeing you this Christmas season at the Chanticleer Inn.