Nolichucky Bluffs is a B&B only in the loosest sense of the term. While clean, this place is in the middle of nowhere, is comprised of spartan little "houses", and has little to offer the traveler who is seeking the B&B experience. Far better suited for someone who wants to bring in their own groceries and cook since there are no places to eat closer than 10 or so miles away. We were asked to wash our own dishes, etc. which is what one expects in a vacation rental but not in a B&B.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains near historic Greeneville, Tennessee, Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed & Breakfast Cabins offers a relaxing escape with East Tennessee hospitality. Owners Pat and Brooke Sadler, and their daughter Pam, spent eleven years in Asia in mission service before returning home to the United States.The Sadler’s ‘retired’ to their Tennessee homestead in 1995 and began to share their cabins on the Nolichuckey River with others. Nolichuckey Bluffs offers comfortable accommodations with first-class amenities, and warm hospitality.Whether looking for a weekend get-away, a place to hold a family reunion, a wedding, a church retreat, or a small business conference, Nolichuckey Bluffs can accommodate your needs. ... more less