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Tansas Row Legacy Cottages

Named after the Louisiana parish from which its first governor came, Tansas Row was built in 1858 during a period of expansion at The Greenbrier by residents of "Tensas" Parish, Louisiana. From their highly productive cotton-growing plantations, families traveled for many days by steamboat and stagecoach to reach the cool mountain air at this resort. Somewhere in the past the name "Tensas" was misspelled Tansas and that usage has stuck.

Tansas Row 1
Tansas Row 2
Tansas Row 3
Tansas Row 4

During World War II the cottages served as housing units for U.S. Army physicians when The Greenbrier was converted into a hospital. Families of Greenbrier executives lived in these cottages in the post-war period. Since 1980 all of the cottages have been extensively renovated and expanded for guests.

Tansas Row offers two and three bedroom cottages with private baths. Accommodates four to six persons.

Type: Legacy Cottage | Bedrooms: 3 | Accommodates: 6 | Entertains: 25 | LOCATION

Standard Room Features at The Greenbrier 

  • High-Speed WiFi
  • Personal In-Room Safes
  • Ice Service Once Daily
  • Digital Access to Newspapers
  • Clock Radios
  • Flat Screen Televisions
  • Dual-Line Accessory Compatible Telephones  
  • Maid Service Daily 
  • Greenbrier Mineral Spa Toiletries
  • Lighted Vanity Mirrors
  • Hair Dryers
  • Irons/Ironing Boards
  • Guest-Controlled Heat/AC
  • Non-Smoking
  • Robes and Slippers 

Cottage Furnishings 

Signature Dorothy Draper decor featuring vibrant colors, floral patterns and bold contrasts unique to each and every room. For over 65 years, The Greenbrier has carefully maintained this distinctive look celebrating luxury, elegance and history in every detail.

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