A Tennessee bed and breakfast will have to go it alone in its battle to stop the public from using its property to access a nearby natural landmark.

The Tennessee Court of Appeals granted summary judgment to the Town of Monterey, in its ongoing conflict with The Garden Inn over a landmark known as Bee Rock, an overlook featuring trails, greenspace, and a view of the surrounding valley. The natural landmark, owned by the town, lies adjacent to The Garden Inn. As a result, members of the public would regularly use The Garden Inn’s property to access Bee Rock until the bed and breakfast began taking steps to discourage the practice, including trying to “‘run off’” visitors to the landmark.