The Heinsman Guest House
The Heinsman Guest House, affectionately called "Heiney House", boasts a beautifully refinished hostelry built in 1902. During Prohibition times, the home was used as a secret "Good Time" house where guests would sneak a drink (or two!). Still now, we love to host a good time for our guests through a unique stay with big adventures.
With varying styles of rooms to choose from, guests of all kinds are sure to enjoy the relaxation in their own private space. Multiple bathrooms are found on every floor, and the shared guest kitchen and separate laundry room are easily accessed on the first floor.
Each room is outfitted for 1-4 guests. Some rooms have an additional sink space.
Our first-rate hospitality doesn't stop inside The Heiney House, but continues across Chattanooga. Located in the bustle of the center of the city, guests can easily access sites such as Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium, Bessi Smith Cultural Center, Miller Plaza Pavilion, or our local watering hole, The Bitter Alibi, all within a half-mile or less.
We look forward to your next visit to The Heinsman Guest House!
While we love breakfast, we are *not* a bed and breakfast. We are a hostel-style accommodation with a partnership for a private chef to be booked and use our kitchen at guest request (you must book this yourself directly with one of the chefs)
WE ARE PET FRIENDLY!
"Excellent location. Very clean and comfortable. Great value for the money. Friendly atmosphere. Parking was easy! Would absolutely stay there again."
"I really enjoyed my stay and the bed was super comfortable! Others in the house were friendly and respectful. Parking was very convenient."
“Loved stayed here. So clean and well taken care of. The location is perfect too - we could easily walk to many restaurants.”
“From the moment I arrived, I felt right at home in this cozy and beautifully decorated space.”
“The greatest experience!! Every one was so friendly! I love how local it was with restaurants and stores! The best location to downtown and was kid and fur baby friendly!.”