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Watch the Winter Bird Migration in Chattanooga

December 30th, 2017 by Innkeeper

Winter Bird Migration in Chattanooga, TennesseeWinters in Chattanooga are generally pretty enjoyable.  It does get chilly from time to time, but generally our winters stay mild and comfortable; a far cry from what other regions in the U.S. experience each winter!  There’s really nothing keeping us from the great outdoors during these winter months, and hiking is just as restorative and enjoyable now as it is during the spring.  In fact, one of the genuine pleasures during the winter months in Chattanooga is viewing wildlife, especially during the peak winter bird migration.  Most birds migrate through the area from November through February, with peak populations in January.  Come watch these incredible birds in Chattanooga this winter.  Book a room at our luxury Bed and Breakfast on Lookout Mountain.

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Get Outside This Winter

December 16th, 2016 by Innkeeper

Winter Activities in ChattanoogaThough not often at the forefront of minds, winter is an exceptional time of year to visit Chattanooga.  During the month of December, the lights are on and the holiday spirit is everywhere.  But even once all the joy and merriment is over, there are still plenty of winter activities to keep you busy during the colder months.  Chattanooga is one of the most beautiful cities in the country.  At once, it offers both a sophisticated urban oasis, and a retreat into it’s stunning natural surroundings.  This winter, come experience the beautiful world of Chattanooga at our luxurious Bed and Breakfast on Lookout Mountain.  There’s no reason to wait; book your room today!

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