Welcome to The Edmondson Lodge. It is our sincere hope that the pictures of this unique property may adequately impart to you the indescribable beauty of this heaven-kissed home and its Eden-esque grounds. Nonetheless, you will have to experience it in person to truly absorb its' wonder.
In the rear half acre of the Emory House property sits a pioneer cabin of national historical significance. In the year 1775, William Preston Edmondson (also spelled Edmisten by some) built this cabin on the middle fork of the Holston River near what is now "old" Glade Spring.
The cabin features 3 woodstoves, 2 bathrooms, a laundry room and a heat pump system for climate control. It has 11 beds (3 rope beds!) in 4 rooms and is now available for meetings, celebrations, parties, as well as groups of as many as 14 guests for overnight stays.