Hale Springs Inn… Great Lunch, Great Photo Opportunities

Hale Springs Inn Great for Lunch and Photo Ops

Today I dined at Hale Springs Inn in Rogersville, TN with my daughter Page Marie. We also dined with friends Amanda Sexton and Jessica, both of the Shutter Bug Studio. Amanda had the Chef’s Salad, while Page munched on a Chicken Wrap. And I ordered the Cuban Sandwich. Jessica ate a yummy looking sandwich that was ultra cheesy, which she also shared with her toddler son.

All was delicious, even the sweet ice tea. And they even gave us complimentary angel food cake for dessert. The white cake was spongy, fluffy and moist. Additionally, the chef drizzled the cake with strawberry yogurt and had two strawberries on the side.

Hale Springs Inn Great for Wedding Photos

The photo shoot started after lunch. Page Marie’s wedding takes place this Saturday afternoon, 15 May. Amanda and Jessica thought to shoot some pre-wedding pics of Page Marie in her wedding gown. Page Marie looked so beautiful in her wedding gown. Amanda shot photos of Page Marie in front of the stairs. The stairs go up to the second floor. Some of the nine rooms are on the second floor. Then we went outside where the gazebo in the back lawn made for a great backdrop to Page’s intricately lacy bridal gown.

The food is great and the staff most attentive. Also if you want to check the rooms out in advance, the inn gives tours. So, check out the Hale Springs Inn in historical downtown Rogersville.


Trease L Carpenter

Trease is a freelance writer, who hangs her hat in Kingsport, TN. Her writing niche covers local events, food and travel-related articles. Travel, lifestyle and community show the story. If you want rich content with the real story, Trease is your writer/storyteller/photographer. Check out her other Southern Fried blogs. Trease also wrote the Thursday edition of the "Across the Fence" column for the Kingsport Times-News from May 10, 2010 - August 28, 2015. She is big on local tourism and anything related to travel... including all things local like the food, eateries, shops and events. So, go for the local historic flavoring, along with the varied lodging and the picture-perfect scenery . Trease also writes on writing... wordsmith crafting on another blog. Southern Fried Travel, Southern Fried tlc and the Southern Fried Scribe blogs showcase Trease's writing. So head on over and check out all the cool stuff.
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