In the late 1800s, Bruno Gernt settled in Tennessee and became the founding father of the town of Allardt in Fentress County. He began by inviting family and friends in Germany to join him and help develop the area. One hundred and thirty plus years later, the Estate of Bruno Gernt, operates East Fork Stables and the Allardt Land Company. Holding fast to Bruno’s dreams, they have carefully developed parcels of their holdings into equestrian communities pristine in their natural beauty. East Fork Stables offers equestrian camping, trail riding, and events. The Allardt Land Company offers land for sale to equestrian-minded people.
Preserved and reserved for equestrians and dreamers, Highlands at Big South Fork and White Oak are rare opportunities to own a pristine natural homesite. Both developments are replete with amenities to make horse ownership easier and more enjoyable. And, even if you’re not into horses, you can still enjoy the raw natural beauty and abundant outdoor activities of the communities. Few, if any, other developments of this kind enjoy the protection of a centuries-long, family-owned legacy. Allardt Land also offers easy owner financing, making your dream property more accessible than ever before. To Learn more about ownership, please visit AllardtLand.com.
Please consider visiting the businesses, areas, and events of our neighbors.
The Turner House & The Old Allardt Schoolhouse
The newest addition to the area’s accommodations selection is The Turner House in Allardt, owned and operated by Charles and Lowanda Gernt who also have The Old Allardt Schoolhouse. www.jamestownguesthouse.com
Highland Manor Winery
Tennessee’s oldest winery is known for producing fine handcrafted wines. Visitors are treated royally with a tasting of our fine wines, a tour of the winery, and are invited to stay a while and enjoy the charms of Highland Manor Winery by picnicking on the grounds while enjoying the beauty of the vineyard and blueberry patch. www.highlandmanorwinery.net
End Of Trail B&B
If you’re not into camping, or we are sold out, please consider our friends at End of Trail B&B. They have a nice 3BR, 2BA home with great stall for horses, and are only a few minutes away. Owners do not live on-site, so you have complete privacy. Learn more at their Facebook page. End of Trail.
FROM I-75 IN KY – From Interstate 75 into Tennessee: Take Exit 141 (Oneida/Huntsville & Hwy. 63 Exit). Take Hwy. 63 to a traffic light on Hwy. 27. Go South on 27 to Elgin where you will turn right onto Hwy. 52. Take Hwy. 52 to a 4-way stop in Allardt. At the 4-way stop go straight to a stop sign at Hwy. 127. Turn left onto Hwy. 127 for a couple of miles and we are on the right.
FROM I-40 – From Interstate 40 in Tennessee: Take Exit 317 (Crossville/Jamestown & Hwy. 127 Exit). Go north on Hwy. 127 for 28 miles. We are on the left.