Situated in Balsam, this inn is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Smoky Mountain Jumphouse and 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Barber Orchard Fruitstand. Balsam Spa and Haywood Arts ...
Nice mountain Inn, view of the mountains. Relaxing atmosphere. Staff were friendly and helpful. Loved the rocking chair porches. Would stay here again.
Situated in the business district, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cherokee Bear Zoo, Oconaluftee Islands Park, and Eastern Cherokee Agency. Cherokee Welcome ...
A really nice hotel-after an evening out for a holiday concert I left an item at the hotel and was able to retrieve it the next day. The staff was very helpful finding the item that was inadvertently left in the room.
Situated in Maggie Valley, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Maggie Valley Gem Mine, Ghost Town in the Sky, and Fantasy Golf & Game Room. Maggie Valley ...
Wonderful stay, rooms were very clean, staff was super nice and helpful, excellent views of the mountains and the creek behind the hotel where the villas were
Situated in Bryson City, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of The Storytelling Center of the Southern Appalachians, The Cottage Craftsman, and Great Smoky Mountains ...
We came to enjoy the Smokey Mountains. This served as a good home base. We had a great time
Located in the heart of Cherokee, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Oconaluftee Islands Park, Eastern Cherokee Agency, and Cherokee Bear Zoo. Cherokee Welcome ...
The hotel is overall clean and comfortable. Worth the price we paid
Situated in the mountains, this spa hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cherokee Bear Zoo, Oconaluftee Islands Park, and Eastern Cherokee Agency. Santa's Land Family ...
Our stay was for 3 nights and we had a blast. The hotel was very clean and inviting. We opted out of the maid service and received an additional $20 to gamble on each morning. Will stay there again in the future. The only fault I had with the hotel was the walk from the room to the casino. Although ...
Situated in the mountains, this motel is within a 10-minute walk of Maggie Valley Gem Mine, Fantasy Golf & Game Room, and Maggie Valley Opry House. Ghost Town ...
The room we had was great. Plenty of space, and a good view of the snowfall we were getting. Big jacuzzi tub! The only thing I wasn't a fan of was that the bed was super stiff.
Situated in Dillsboro, this hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Oaks Gallery and within 3 mi (5 km) of It's By Nature - A Gallery of Southern Crafts and Heinzelmannchen ...
Hotel was clean and comfortable, and the location right on the river is very relaxing and tranquil. The only issue we had was the air conditioner was making noise and leaked water on the carpet near the window. But overall, the room was good otherwise.
Situated in Cherokee, this hotel is steps from Cherokee Mountainside Theatre and Museum of the Cherokee Indian. Cherokee Welcome Center and Eastern Cherokee ...
This hotel is probably the cleanest I've ever seen and I am extremely picky about bathroom cleanliness. The bed was comfortable and the towels were the fluffy soft ones. The staff is all very nice and there was always someone at the front to desk. The only minus is the breakfast but if you want a ...
Situated in Cherokee, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Cherokee Bear Zoo, Oconaluftee Islands Park, and Eastern Cherokee Agency. Cherokee Welcome Center and ...
When we walked thru door to check in, lobby was decorated for Christmas, fireplace glowing. It felt like we walked into someone's house. Front desk clerk was very sweet.
Fans of the “great outdoors” are highly likely to fall in love with Cherokee, North Carolina. Home to the Eastern Cherokee people, this Jackson County town was known to them as “Yellow Hill” and is still imbued with the tribe's rich heritage, with arts and crafts stores, a traditional Indian village at Oconaluftee, and signs in both the English and Cherokee languages. Learn about 11,000 years of the Cherokee Nation, double-down at Harrah's for a long time the only casino in North Carolinaor take an exhilarating drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway into the Great Smoky Mountains.
Most accommodations are found along the main street of Tsali Boulevard, although you can find a couple further into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and on the Cherokee Reservation if you want quick access to whitewater rafting and mountain biking activities. The town's 2-star and 3-star hotels offer all the souvenir shopping, local diners and buffet restaurants guests could wish for. Mountain views are generally the order of the day, and facilities for meetings, conferences and group tours are readily available here.
Enjoy miles of mountain wilderness perfect for horseback riding, biking and rock climbing around trails like Indian Creek Falls. Cherokee also offers both lazy tubing and more energetic whitewater rafting along the central Oconoluftee River and Nantahala River (within a 30 -minute drive of the town).
Trout fishing is one of the most popular pastimes in Cherokee, and key fishing events are held each year. The EBCI Fish and Wildlife Management division stocks more than 30 miles of streams with brook, rainbow and large brown trout. Cherokee has hundreds of secluded locales, so you'll never need to share your fishing spot if you don't want to.
This 15,000-acre casino is a major focal point of the town, promising spa-style pampering and a diverse menu of eateries, as well as the numerous gaming tables. Owned by the Cherokee people and managed by Caesars Entertainment Corporation, it's an unusual blend of ancient and modern America.
Leave the frantic pace of modern life behind while you step back to the 1700s. Oconaluftee Indian Village is an authentic replica of a Cherokee village. Explore sacred ritual sites, tribal dances, traditional living areas, and meet authentically-costumed villagers who put on demonstrations of Cherokee pottery, canoe hulling, basket weaving and even show how generations before them prepared to defend the village.
If visiting during the summer, you can't miss seeing Unto These Hills, the sometimes harrowing story of the Cherokee people in early American history. One of the nation's first outdoor dramas, it chronicles the Trail of Tearsthe forced evacuation of the Cherokee people from the eastern states in the 19th centurywith dance, pageantry and authentic costumes.
From open air markets showcasing Cherokee art to local bluegrass concerts and food festivals, the Indian Fair Grounds host a year-round program of events at the grounds opposite the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, in the center of town. Try a rodeo in the fall, and run riot on the Ferris Wheel and rides at the Cherokee Indian Fair in October.
The western mountains of North Carolina offer pleasant and moderate weather throughout the year. July temperatures rarely exceed 84 degrees Fahrenheit, and January remains comfortable, with an average high temperature of 48 degrees. Of course, if you like skiing, Cherokee features some awesome fresh slopes, and great conditions for snowboarding in the winter at nearby Cataloochee ski area. Plenty of snow bunnies enjoy aprés ski activities at the lodge, so you'll have no problem hooking up with like-minded visitors.
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