Nestle Inn is just quite that...an inn nestled into the side of the mountain. The location, in my opinion, is perfect. It is at the end of Baskins Creek Road and in a VERY quiet area. Nestle Inn isn't what you'd expect from a five star resort because it's not one.
Nestle Inn's rooms are seriously outdated; however, have the charm of a rustic cabin when you are inside. We had an average sized room with two queen beds, a small refrigerator, 4 cup coffee maker, a couch, and a TV. The room had knotty pine paneling, flowery quilts on the beds, and shag carpet. The bathroom was outdated as well; however it provided a decent experience, except for the occasional scalding hot or freezing cold parts of the shower.
There is ample parking, two soda machines, and an ice maker (only from May-September).
We arrived around 5:30 and were directed to the "late arrivals" box. We didn't consider 5:30 a late arrival, but looked inside the late arrivals box next to the office door. Inside the box were four envelopes with names and addresses of people who had reservations. Inside the envelopes were the room keys. An interesting situation for all of the group---not something you'd see in a chain hotel!
- Also Known As:
- Baskins Creek Nestle Hotel Gatlinburg
- Nestle Hotel Gatlinburg
- Nestle Motel Gatlinburg