Nestled in a hundred-acre wood of streams, meadows, forest trails and absolute peace, Three Oaks is the place to relax and reconnect with nature in comfort.  The beautiful Three Oaks Guest House is yours alone to enjoy.

Walk the beautiful Laurel Branch trail, fish for bass and bluegill in our private, stream-fed pond, explore the upper reaches of Laurel Branch by canoe, hike out to Myer's Point for a breathtaking view of Lost Cove, or just relax and watch the hundreds of birds that make their home here.

Just 3 miles from the Domain of the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, Three Oaks rests atop the beautiful Cumberland Plateau, where outdoor adventures abound.  Three Oaks is your mountain-top home.

These pages will tell you more about Three Oaks, Sewanee, the Cumberland Mountains, and other attractions of southeast Tennessee.

The Guest House at Sewanee, TN
Climbing roses welcome you to your stay at the Three Oaks Guest House in Sewanee, Tennessee.
Lost Cove, a natural wonder that is just a short hike from Three Oaks


The beautiful, Oxford-inspired campus of the University of the South in Sewanee is often shrouded in fog.  The University was founded in 1857 by Episcopal Bishop and Civil War General Leonidas Polk.

Cultural opportunities abound, and the wonderful University Library is open to visitors.