We couldn't have asked for a better place to have our wedding. We rented all of the cabins and the chapel which were the perfect size for our 12 person wedding party (including us). The cabins each have their own personality and rustic charm, with beautiful porches that overlook the river or forest. The property itself is tranquil and has a real natural beauty, when you look over the river you don't see any other buildings or homes in sight. The leaves were just starting to turn when we were there in mid-October and the weather was nice and cool on our wedding day. The chapel is absolutely gorgeous and Pam helped us set up the alter with ferns and logs to match the boho style we were going for. We had our reception dinner on the porch of the Log Cabin which was the perfect size and we loved being outdoors for it. Then in the evening we had a bonfire in the yard. But Pam (owner and manager) is the real gem of this property. She went above and beyond countless times for us, from sending photos of vases, chairs and tableware before the wedding, to getting us a fire permit, to going into her own home to find an end table that would match our decor in the chapel. She's the perfect combination of joyful and lighthearted while still having extreme attention to detail, remembering the smallest things we discussed and making them happen for us. As an event planner myself, I can say that Pam is a rare find and our wedding wouldn't have been anywhere near as seamless without her help. And last but not least, there is Debra, pancake and breakfast extraordinaire. She honestly makes the best pancakes we've ever had and our group really enjoyed getting together each morning over breakfast. We can't recommend Nolichuckey Bluffs enough!…
Our family has stayed at Nolichuckey Bluffs three times now, and it is a terrific spot for a peaceful getaway near Greeneville. The cabins are not fancy (don't expect to be sleeping on a $3000 mattress here), but they were clean, comfortable enough, and a great value for the money, with a view of the river. Plus, the hospitality can't be beat -- homemade cookies, coffee, and hot chocolate were waiting for us when we arrived and firewood was stacked next to the wood-burning stove. The breakfasts alone were worth the price of the stay; homemade muffins, jam, pancakes, eggs, yogurt, granola, and fruit for our family of four. Pam was a wonderful host. We will visit again!
We have been staying here every Christmas while for 4-5 years and each year our hearts are warmed by the care and kindness of the owner. We recently switched our diet to being vegan and she even made us vegan truffles and left them in our cabin. We have mostly stayed in the Redbud cabin and it is immaculately clean and very comfortable. It has a full kitchen and this year it was so warm, we could sit out on the porch. It is so quiet and peaceful. This is not a place for modern decor, but if you want to feel welcomed and be comfortable in a beautiful environment, this is the place.
We visit this town to see family quite often and have tried all the hotels--they are terrible. This Bed and Breakfast is a nice change of pace to enjoy a little outdoor time and feel like you are on a vacation in the mountains. The proprietor went out of her way to provide gluten-free pancakes for two different patrons with sensitivity (including me) and it was well appreciated. The place was clean and comfortable with a lot of fun little areas to explore, including an old mill and a new wooden chapel with glass walls overlooking the river. Definitely, the best place to stay in the area!
Enjoyed the great views, perfect weather and multiple walking paths thru the hard wood forest. The wild life was awesome to watch and the fresh air and beautiful views were exactly what we were looking for. Beautiful spot.