In the Great Smoky Mountains between Sevierville and Pigeon Forge, this Governor's Crossing hotel is 3 miles from Dollywood.
overall great value, no hassle, the best location, quite, wonderful staff, would highly recommend to all
This 15-story hotel offers views of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Nestled on a hill just off Airport Road-Historic Nature Trail, the property is located ...
We've stayed here several times now and every time we love it. The staff is so friendly! The restaurant and bar is awesome. The amenities are awesome. Oh, and the mountain views are beautiful! We love that we can take the trolley to downtown and never have to walk. Though, we did make that mistake ...
Adjacent to Ripley's Aquarium and overlooks the scenic Little Pigeon River. Just 1 mile from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and 6 miles from Dollywood. ...
The room was spacious, and clean. The TV set seemed out of date, with a poor picture quality. Very convenient to town shopping and restaurants.
This family-friendly Pigeon Forge resort is within 3 mi (5 km) of Dollywood's Splash Country and Dollywood. Parrot Mountain and Gardens and Big Top Arcade are ...
Really quiet and beautiful. Really close to shopping and attractions. The view is really beautiful andthe hotel is located in a really quiet area.
Situated in Pigeon Forge, this hotel is 0.2 mi (0.3 km) from The Comedy Barn Theater and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Dollywood. Lazerport Fun Center and Lumberjack ...
Great stay. Will stay again. Shopping onsite. Very comfortable beds.
Located in the heart of Pigeon Forge, this motel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from Lazerport Fun Center and 2.9 mi (4.7 km) from Dollywood. The Comedy Barn Theater and ...
Nice comfortable beds big room bathroom could be bigger
Situated in Pigeon Forge, this hotel is 0.1 mi (0.1 km) from The Comedy Barn Theater and 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Dollywood. Lazerport Fun Center and Pigeon Forge ...
Wonderful place to stay, we will be returning with our dogs next time, we stayed in the suite with the fireplace, and jacuzzi tub and had a fabulous time. Highly recommend!
Situated in Gatlinburg, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Gatlinburg Convention Center and Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies. Saint Mary's Catholic Church ...
My family was looking for an affordable place to stay for a two night getaway. We found it a Gatlinburg Town Square. The nightly rate was very reasonable. Our room had been recently renovated and was nice. The carpet was new, as well as furnishings. Even the sofa sleeper was comfortable! Also, we ...
Situated in Gatlinburg, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Roaring Fork and Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies. Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre and Cooter's Place ...
Will return I love this place the balcony is wonderful the river view is so relaxing I just feel comfortable here
Perched on a tree-covered mountain top, this Gatlinburg hotel is 5 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and 11 miles from downtown Gatlinburg.
We stayed at this resort during a trip in the fall to gatlinburg. We loved staying up on the top of the mtn.
Gatlinburg, "the Crown Jewel of the Smoky Mountains," has plenty to offer visitors, and its surroundings make it one of the most visually striking towns in all of America, let alone in the state of Tennessee . Over 11 million people visit each year to take advantage of the numerous nature trails, wildlife watching, museums, and leisure activities like mini-golf. An ideal place for taking a deep breath of fresh air, Gatlinburg is the essence of Tennessean charm in a single mountain destination.
Each season brings a new opportunity for outdoor activity, from skiing in winter to fishing in spring. Other popular pastimes include zip-lining, snow tubing, bicycling and horseback riding.
The Great Smoky Mountains are filled with unusual crafts. Along the eight-mile Arts and Crafts Loop, visitors can watch artisans fire pottery or design one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces. Take home a jar of fresh preserves and enjoy the mountains every morning at breakfast.
Treat yourself to a wide variety of live song and dance entertainment, including the Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre and Music Hall, which offers old-time comedy shows. The Iris Theater is an intimate 90-seat venue that features performing artists and magicians. Families will enjoy a visit to Gatlinburg after a trip to nearby Pigeon Forge's Dollywood, an amusement park that hosts numerous shows and events. Lovers of marine life can visit Ripley's Aquarium, where over 350 species of fish are on display.
Surrounded by local home cooking, guests can enjoy a hearty breakfast of stone-ground flour flapjacks, then proceed to a southern barbecued lunch, and end the day with an Italian dinner. Fast food, fine dining and everything in between are found in this town.
Park Grill is a family favorite, located in a contemporary lodge setting. The menu includes steaks, fish and chicken entrees and the best part is that a child under 12 eats for $1 times his or her age. Locally-owned Bennett's Pit Bar-B-Que boasts some of the best ribs in the area.
Take your pick from the many Gatlinburg hotels, including the popular Westgate Smoky Mountain Resort and Spa, which provides luxury among the mountains. Covering 70 acres of land, the experience is akin to a mountain lodge, with mountain views, a lazy river and barbecues. Average room prices throughout Gatlinburg are fairly moderate, and the accommodations themselves would suit a romantic getaway as well as a big family get-together.
The town is a place of perpetual celebration, filled with food festivals, craft fairs and other seasonal events. Smoky Mountain Wine Fest is a good time for wine lovers, who can sample wine from local vineyards along with small food items. The Gatlinburg Fine Arts Festival is held each October and showcases artists of various talents. When winter rolls around, the Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade is a sure-fire way to get into the holiday spirit.
Fall is a beautiful time to visit and observe the changing colors of the leaves, especially when seen from the Ober Gatlinburg tram. Temperatures are comfortable in the 60s and 70s, though summer heats up into the 80s.
Gatlinburg attracts guests all year long. Since most families visit during the summer, on weekends or over spring break, these times tend to be the busiest. The slowest time of year is winter, and February and March see the fewest crowds.
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