My wife and I stayed here two nights, our first visit to the Smoky Mountain park and Asheville area. While we intended to stay in an Asheville B&B, they were all full, so we picked this hotel, and it couldn't have worked out better. Raised up on a hill, it has beautiful views, made better by the fall foliage. The staff was a delight to interface with, and the room was large and clean, the bed very comfortable. Breakfast was standard fare for such a place, but the staff so helpful. We got good dinner suggestions for places in Waynesville, and ate at two of them, the Sweet Onion, and Pasquale's (would recommend both).
Would happily recommend this place to others.