This High Country sanctuary is nestled on a 5,000-foot ridge overlooking Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The 16 distinctive rooms occupy the main building, individual cabins and an adjacent annex. Some of the lodgings are outfitted with woodburning rock fireplaces and scenic decks with soaking tubs and showers. Exposed beams, timber planking and assorted Appalachian crafts accent the central lodge’s cathedral lounge and elegantly rustic dining room, where family-style dinners are served. The Chestnut Lodge encompasses a library, a massage room, a redwood sauna and a racquetball court. Other amenities include an outdoor hot tub and a broad porch offering glorious mountain views. Detailed trail maps and personalized hiking sticks are provided, and horseback riding can be arranged. It is recommended that families traveling with children under the age of 6 book a cabin or suite.
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Chestnut Lodge Hideaway, $980; Swag House Annie’s Room, $1,100 (all meals included; minimum stay may apply).
Wi-Fi; Personalized hiking sticks; Daily breakfast; Assortment of lunches; Social hour hors d’oeuvres; Four-course dinner; Guided hikes and evening programs
In order to offer you the highest level of service, online booking is currently not available. Please call Andrew Harper Travel at (800) 375-4685, or contact the hotel directly, for reservations.
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