106 Town Square Drive
P.O. Box 505
Townsend, Tennessee 37882
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If you want to be pampered in beautiful lodge or bed & breakfast, this is the page for you. These accommodations prices start at $160 per night and go up to thousands. But, the dining, service, facilities, location, surroundings and activities all make the difference between a nice place to stay and a total luxury experience. These are premier properties.
When you visit their websites you will see what we mean.
Gracehill is a Bed and Breakfast with a 360 degree view of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and it is the highest home in Blount County. It is located near Townsend. In fact, we can see it from our store…way up there. The structure is a architectural and engineering masterpiece that is finely appointed and decorated throughout. The owner calls Gracehill “Black Tie Class – Blue Jean Comfort".
The exterior is cedar shake siding and 200 tons of mountain dry stack stone. The interior is light filled with floor to ceiling windows. Gracehill is decorated with an eclectic blend of antiques and contains tin ceilings, stacked stone, stained glass, original art, and 12 foot high ceilings are found through out.
The patios are local tumbled marble. The landscaping starts on the approach, winding up the side of Little Round Top Mountain. Other than the 80 bush formal rose garden the landscaping and water features are natural and blend into the woods.
Gracehill has enough verandas (2000 sq ft), patios, and gardens for each guest to sit and contemplate life in solitude. The privacy is second only to the view. Although they are in the country there is nothing “country” about Gracehill! Rates range from $275 per night to $325 per night.
A wonderful breakfast is served every morning, box lunches will be provided upon request and the evening meal is a choice of 100 restaurants from 5 to 18 miles away.
Gracehill features a spacious Fitness Center with a broad array of equipment and an area to do massages. For additional exercise, take a walk down the road a mile to the mailbox, change in elevation 1000 ft. With a short drive you may also pick up a national park trail or simply “work” lifting the binoculars or swiveling the telescope to watch the birds. Wind up your exercise with a dip in the hot tub on the veranda, or a soak in your private whirlpool.
Richmont Inn is located near Townsend. Located on a forested mountain, the inn is fashioned in the architectural style of the Appalachian cantilever barn and faces scenic views of towering Rich Mountain and more breathtaking smoky mountain views. This intimate mountain Inn is decorated with 18th century English antiques, French paintings, and with fine gourmet meals, dishes up the very best in bed and breakfast - and Smoky Mountain Memories.
Richmont Inn has 10 guest rooms with four luxury suites in a close-by Chalet. Rates range from $180 to $275, based on double occupancy. In addition to the major amenities listed, rooms also include piped music, coffee maker, coffees & grinder, lounging robes, hair dryer and stocked refrigerator. From the lodge you will have outstanding views of the Great Smokies? Also, they now offer a selection of fine wines and imported beers.
The complimentary breakfast includes a cereal bar with homemade seven grain granola and crunchy, shredded wholegrain wheat with choices of numerous dried fruits, hot oatmeal- ambrosia, yogurt, and freshly squeezed orange juice. This is followed with such dishes as French Baked Eggs, Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Pancakes with maple syrup, and French Toast L'Orange with rum soaked bananas. A favorite is Richmont Inn breaded with flour, spices, and herbs, and then baked. Both 100% Columbian regular and decaf coffees are available.
After Dinner Drink ideas: Relax with a hot coffee drink topped with fresh whipped cream such as Kahlua Coffee, Irish Whiskey Coffee or Irish Cream Coffee.
Blackberry Farm is a 4,200 acre estate next to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Walland, near Townsend. Today, one of America’s most celebrated intimate luxury hotels beckons discerning guests who aspire to escape modern-day frenzy and slip into a Blackberry state of mind.
Blackberry Farm’s renowned cuisine is definitely rooted in what comes from the farm as well as the region. Often described as Foothills Cuisine, it wanders in the line between refined and rugged, borrowing from both haute cuisine and the foods indigenous to Blackberry’s Smoky Mountain heritage. Guests have the delightful adventure of fulfilling their gormet desires in two warmly inviting inventive restaurants.
Blackberry has a rare collection of artisans — the chef, the master gardener, the baker, the cheese maker, the forger, the butcher, the jam lady, the chocolatier, the restaurant manager, the sommelier — who blend their unique talents to create what guests know as Blackberry Farm.
Whether you select the intimate charm of an Estate Room, the legendary elegance of a spacious Singing Brook or Holly Glade Suite or luxurious comforts of a Hill Cottage, Blackberry Farm's accommodations offer a haven of carefree comfort. From heavenly feather beds adorned with sumptuous linens to plush robes and luxurious amenities, your accommodations reflect a meticulous attention to detail.
Regardless of the season, Blackberry Farm offers countless activities and adventures to fulfill your every desire. Pamper your mind and body the Farmhouse Spa. Enjoy our Orvis-endorsed fly fishing while surrounded by the pristine tranquility of Hesse Creek. Find yourself on a relaxing nature hike. Freewheel down mountain byways and down country roads on a custom co-motion bike. Be as active as your heart desires.
Explore the activities and adventure section on the website to find the perfect experience during your stay. If you can't find what you're looking for, just ask.