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beeber
03-11-2008, 11:17 AM
I am looking for accomodations for one, maybe two at the most, around the end of April. I'd like to stay near Townsend and the park entrance. I stayed at Bear Hollow Cabins last year with a group, but this year there's no group. Not looking for anything fancy, just basic accomodations. Anybody have any options?

Thanks,

Bill

leaton
03-11-2008, 11:35 AM
You can't beat the convenience or price of Dock's Motel. Like a trip back in time to a "motor court" suggestive of days gone by. Original knotty pine paneling and located on the banks of the Little River. www.docksmotel.com or call Sharon the owner at 865-448-2234

BlueRaiderFan
03-11-2008, 11:58 AM
Try "Treemont Hills." They have rustic cabins with no bathroom and bunks for 4 people, but the shower/bathroom is just steps away. I think they have TV, heat and air and are about $60 a night. OR you can get a deluxe cabin with a a bathroom and seperate bedroom that sleep 4 for $90 a night and it's the last campground on the left before you enter the park (You can't miss it, it's last on the left when coming from maryvile and though townsend and it has a bridge over the river to get to it). They also have tent and RV sites.

kmills
03-11-2008, 02:22 PM
The Tally Ho is close to the park entrance and always gives me a discount if I mention LRO. Not sure about April, but I stayed there last weekend for less than $60 per night plus tax. Clean rooms with refrig., coffee maker and TV. They have a website where they post their pricing - www.talleyhoinn.com

pmike
03-11-2008, 08:33 PM
Tally Ho, the on-site restaurant is pretty good as well!

Mike

MarvintheRookie
03-11-2008, 08:52 PM
Only been down once but my "Guide" had us staying at Docks. Worked for me.
All we needed was a place to sleep, shower, and dry the waders. Fishing and Trout Fest got all our time from dawn till we were ready to crash.

Will be staying there again this May.:smile:

beeber
03-12-2008, 11:34 AM
Thanks for all the useful info, it will come in handy.

Bill