Gatlinburg, Tennessee is a place steeped in a strong mountain heritage. The small-town measures only two miles long and five miles wide. It is home to 3.500 full-time residents. Three sides of the town are bordered by the lovely Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
With a staggering multi-million dollar view where you can see forever – from Gatlinburg to North Carolina, this beautiful lodge/inn features 8 private King Bedroom suites. It has 3 Levels with Extra Large Wraparound Covered Porches, is secluded and gorgeous inside and out! The Inn also features a 12 person hot tub, wrap around decks with beautiful mountain views and eatery area. Continental Breakfast is available every morning.
Nestled in the trees at the crest of the mountain in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, the Foxtrot Bed and Breakfast offers spectacular views of Mt. Leconte and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The Foxtrot’s chalet-style exterior of cedar and stone fits seamlessly with the surrounding mountains and trees. Watch the sunrise as you sip your morning coffee or tea on one of our decks. Enjoy a peaceful retreat, and bask in the tranquility of nature as you escape every day stress. Your Foxtrot experience begins when you retreat to your plush accommodations or enjoy outstanding vistas from our decks. Wake to the smell of hot coffee and gourmet treats. The multi-course breakfast prepared by a professional chef begins every day at the Foxtrot. Relax by the fire with a book or head for adventure in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. The Foxtrot is minutes from dining, skiing, hiking, shopping, golf, and other Smoky Mountain activities.
Located in Gatlinburg, TN, Laurel Springs Lodge Bed and Breakfast is near the Smoky Mountains and Pigeon Forge. We are 30 miles from the University of Tennessee, great for that weekend getaway to visit your student at UT or take in a home game. We are minutes from horseback riding, golfing, skiing, rafting, Ober Gatlinburg, and Dollywood. We’re only 3 miles from the Smoky Mountain National Park, and 5 miles from Pigeon Forge. The bed and breakfast is located in town, two blocks from the parkway and light number two. You can take the trolley from that intersection, or take an easy walk into downtown. Our setting is a secluded, wooded hillside, overlooking the Little Pigeon River. Gatlinburg is one of the top Honeymoon destinations in the U.S. and Laurel Springs Lodge is a wonderful setting for your romantic Honeymoon. The Lodge is very comfortable with a living room that is rustic with knotty pine walls, comfortable seating areas, and a large stacked stone wood burning fireplace. The front porch is enclosed, one end is used for breakfast and the other has a common/seating area, with an electric fireplace. We have a small but eclectic library, video library, and numerous board games. The gazebo is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. We are 200 feet from the Little Pigeon River, which is stocked with trout each Thursday! We serve a delicious gourmet breakfast, served on the dining porch (not buffet style) from 8:00 to 9:30 am. The B&B has five guest rooms, all with private baths and bathrobes, cable TV, VCR and DVD players, mini fridges, premium linens, and botanical bath products. Rooms 1-3 each are equipped with split heat/air units, allowing you to control temps to your liking. We have central air conditioning, and free wireless internet. Enjoy the “Old World” Smoky Mountain ambience in our totally renovated historic home. Non-smoking property.
Enjoy magnificent views of the Great Smoky Mountains at the historic Buckhorn Inn in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This luxurious bed and breakfast has retained its original charm while incorporating modern comforts like Jacuzzis and free Wi-Fi. The Buckhorn is the only area inn that serves dinner nightly - a four-course feast for the eyes and the palate! The inn is surrounded by 25 lush acres of forest and meadow, a pond, and a meditation labyrinth - perfect for escaping the daily grind.
The Blue Mountain Mist Country Inn and Spa is located in Sevierville, Tennessee, just minutes from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Dollywood, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Wake in the morning to gaze at the colorful sunrise over the mist-covered mountains. Take a nap in a shady hammock without a care in the world. Take a hike along our trail and soak up all the smells and songs of the mountains. Or discover one of our many “hiding” places to unwind with your loved one. Treat yourself or your significant other to a relaxing massage onsite or indulge in one of our mud wraps to revitalize and nourish your skin. We offer beautiful views, romantic rooms, suites and cabins, homemade Southern breakfast, relaxation, and the ultimate in mountain hospitality. Our twelve guest rooms and five cottages include amenities such as two-person Jacuzzis, sitting areas, fireplaces, handmade heirloom quilts, antique furniture, historic photos, and original artwork.
Creekwalk Inn at Whisperwood Farm brings you back to nature in a rustic national park themed atmosphere. Each morning there is a breakfast celebration with farm-to-table and locally grown ingredients served outside by the creek (weather permitting) or our inside dining room. The log home has beautiful cathedral ceilings throughout, and the rooms each have a private bath, paddle fans, and cozy quilt topped bed. Guests can enjoy the 50 acre grounds and each receive a hiking map to explore the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains hiking trails. Adirondack chairs scattered about the farm are welcome resting places for your adventures into the close-by nature. Our bed and breakfast is situated just 19 miles from Gatlinburg, Tennessee and 63 miles from the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.
For a relaxing mountain retreat, head to Berry Springs Lodge in Sevierville, TN. Great for couples, friends, families, and business travelers, our Smoky Mountains bed & breakfast offers first-class service. We offer 11 luxurious rooms & suites, many with fireplaces, hot tubs, and mountain views. Local attractions include the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, hiking, horseback riding, and outlet shopping. This woodland hideaway exudes rustic charm with 11 rooms & suites, many with hot tubs, private balconies, and fireplaces. Enjoy bountiful country breakfasts each morning, and end your evenings with a nightly selection of complimentary gourmet desserts. Our mountainside retreat is home to a bass and catfish pond for guests to enjoy fishing or canoeing. We also have a mountain trail & loop perfect for an afternoon of biking or hiking. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets over the rolling hills of the Smoky Mountains from our porch.
This historic farmhouse was built in 1878 and overflowing with character. We offer casually elegant rooms with private baths. Located in Dillsboro, NC, walking distance to shopping, restaurants, local artists and a brewery. Centrally located to rafting, hiking, fishing, Cherokee Casino and Great Smokey Mountain National Park.
This Waynesville, NC bed and breakfast offers luxurious rooms and accommodations in North Carolina. Enjoy a delicious and abundant breakfast is served at 9:00 each morning.Our bnb in Waynesville provides rooms that are beautifully decorated with a mix of antique and new fine furniture and accessories, original local artwork, live plants and flowers from our garden and enjoy quiet moments snuggled up in our spa robes in front of your fireplace without sacrificing quality or service. Book your stay today! Click our link above to Book Direct for your next relaxing and romantic escape in Waynesville, North Carolina.
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Yellow House on Plott Creek Road is a perfect romantic getaway. Sitting on five rolling acres, this historic inn offers a refreshing and quiet mountain setting with modern amenities. Enjoy comfortable beds, relaxing jetted tubs, cozy fireplaces, private balconies, and much more.
Welcome to the Hippensteal’s Mountain View Inn, located in Gatlinburg, TN, an off-the-beaten-path getaway with breathtaking views of the Smoky Mountain's Mt. LeConte overlooking Gatlinburg. With its wrap around porches you can enjoy the majestic views from anywhere in the house. Remember when Gatlinburg was a quaint, quiet little place? Here it still is!
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The mountain resort community is filled with restaurants and other attractions that beacon to visitors. Stay at a bed and breakfast in Gatlinburg TN so you are in the hub of things. You can easily walk the town and enjoy the friendliness of the locals.
If you are an outdoor lover then why not stay at a bed and breakfast near Gatlinburg, TN at a rustic retreat. Some of the vacation retreats even rent out small cabins that you can enjoy while on a family vacation. You can fish and hike during the day and then venture into the town at night to grab a bite to eat.
Gatlinburg is home to over 100 places to dine. You can choose from a variety of casual dining choices that serve classic American fare and, a few establishments, also offer ethnic cuisine. There is something for everyone in the small town. In addition, you’ll find coffee houses and sweet shops selling everything from taffy to other sweet candy treats that are manufactured by local crafters. Many families enjoy touring the candy shops to see the massive taffy pulling machine twist the tasty, sticky morsels.
There are plenty of things to do in Gatlinburg. You can play a round of mini-golf in the morning and then head to Ripley’s Aquarium to spend time with penguins. Thrill-seekers might want to ride the Gatlinburg Mountain Coaster as it zooms through the Smoky Mountains forests in loops and twists. If you need a bigger dose of coasters then head to Dollywood.
When the sun sets, take an after-hours ghost tour around Gatlinburg to learn about the town’s history and familiarize yourself with the local spooks. Head out into the countryside to embark on the Mystic Mountain Witch Tours. For fun family entertainment, head to the Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre.
The summer months are long and ideal in Gatlinburg. They can get slightly humid but the temperature rarely goes above 90 degrees Fahrenheit and typically hovers at 84 degrees F. In the winter months, it can get cold with an average temperature of around 29 degrees F. Occasionally, the mercury can plunge to below 14 degrees F. The most popular time to visit the region is from June to July.
Gatlinburg’s history started in 1854 when Radford Gatlin relocated to the region. He opened the area’s second general store and eventually launched a post office inside the grocery store. At that time, the area became known as Gatlinburg. Mr. Gatlin had extraordinarily strong viewpoints about the Confederacy which were not welcome by the pro-Union area of the state, so the town folks eventually asked the founder to leave the area. The town has continued to thrive due to its close proximity to the national park. Local camping, horseback riding, educational programs, and arts and crafts all abound in the region.
Gatlinburg is brimming with fun activities for all ages. You can ride the Chondola to the top of Anakeesta Mountain. Take a stroll across the pedestrian Skybridge. You can also ride the Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tram. The whole family can enjoy the many amusement rides at Dollywood in nearby Pigeon Forge. Spend the day at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokys.
If you want to explore the Great Smoky Mountains National park then why not stay at the beautiful Blue Mountain Mist bed and breakfast where you can soak up outstanding mountain views.
Art lovers should spend the day strolling the streets of Sevierville to check out local galleries, crafts, and more. You can also grab a bite to eat.
The most outstanding natural feature near Gatlinburg is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It offers outstanding mountain scenery complete with panoramic views. Take a hike through the area to catch sight of mountain streams filled with fish and towering hardwood forests. Throughout the centuries, the mountains have formed from sedimentary type rocks that have accumulated as a result of gravel, silt, sand, and soil being deposited in what was once a huge shallow sea. The layers turned to hard rock millions of years ago that are now nine miles or thicker in places. Eventually, 200 to 300 million years ago, the continents collided to create great pressure which formed the jutting rock mountains as they folded. The mountain range now stretches 2,000 miles from Main to Georgia and is referred to as the Appalachian Mountains. The Smokies are the tallest in the Appalachian chain with heights that flow from 875 to 6,593 feet.
Gatlinburg is a great town to walk. You can get from one side to the other in extraordinarily little time. However, if you don’t feel like hoofing it down the streets then you can also use the city’s trolley to ride from one end to the other. The trolley operates 365 days a year and will take you to all nearby attractions. If you plan on exploring the Great Smoky Mountains National Park then you might want to rent a car.
You can pick from a Gatlinburg bed and breakfast or go with a vacation rental for your mountain getaway. You’ll want to ask at check-in about amenities. Ask the innkeeper about the best place to eat and things to do. Pick a Tennessee bed and breakfast or a Smoky Mountain resort if you want to stay in a comfortable home-like environment. You can also pick from more rustic lodges or cabins.
Decide what type of amenities are important to you to make your getaway perfect. Do you want Wi-Fi in the guest rooms? Does air conditioning matter? Many vacation rentals offer a full breakfast, a private bath with a jacuzzi or whirlpool tub, hot tub, balconies, and king beds. Some of the establishments also have a private dining room. Ask at check-in what you can expect for extra perks, especially if you are looking for a romantic getaway. You might want to find out if they offer a glass of wine, fresh flowers, or other country inn perks.
Why not stay at the mountain retreat of Foxtrot Bed and Breakfast in Gatlinburg TN? They offer private baths with either a Jacuzzi or whirlpool tubs. The rooms have views of the Great Smoky Mountains and Mt Leconte. Enjoy a gourmet breakfast every morning. You can also lounge on the balconies or patio. They even offer a variety of spa services. Pick the perfect vacation package to fit your needs. The romantic bed and breakfast in Gatlinburg TN are the perfect place to stay while you explore the mountain beauty of the area.
Looking for a mountain retreat? Why not stay at the Laurel Springs Lodge Bed and Breakfast in Gatlinburg, TN? They are located within walking distance to a trolley stop so you can effortlessly head into downtown Gatlinburg for a number of activities. The lodge is also only three miles from the Smoky Mountain National Park and within 5 miles of Pigeon Forge. Enjoy horseback riding, hiking, golfing, snow skiing, and white-water rafting.