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Bluff View Inn
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Reviewed April 20, 2009

If you are looking to spend a cozy weekend in a charming inn, in the heart of Chattanooga, TN you must stay here. My husband and I got Married in October of 2006. We were unable to take a honeymoon immediately after our wedding so my in laws paid for us to have a weekend away at the bluff view in. We had so much fun we've went back for both of our anniversaries.

The inn consists of three houses dating as far back as 1889. We have had the pleasure of staying in all three houses.

The first year we stayed in the Anna Houston suite which is in the Martin house. Which also houses the Back inn cafe where you can get a free breakfast for every night you stay. The room was very elegant. It was a simple room with a King sleigh bed and a large bathroom with a jetted tub, and a fireplace.

The second year we stayed in the King Suite in The Thompson House. This room was amazing it was a full apartment with two sitting areas (both with fireplaces), a full kitchen, a jetted tub, and a balcony over looking Tony's and Rembrandt's coffee house.

The third year we stayed in the Morgan Llewellyn Suite of the The McClellan House
the room didn't have a kitchen, but had all the amenities of the other suite. The major advantage to this room was the view. The room is in the third story of the house and overlooks the bocca ball court and the Tennessee river, absolutely breathtaking! The room being on the third floor is also a disadvantage. lugging all of your belongings up all those stairs is no fun.

My favorite part of this inn (besides the endless charm) is location location location. There is so much to do in the heart of downtown that a weekend never seems long enough. The rooms are pricey, but totally worth every penny. You can expect to spend anywhere between $140 and $240 a night.

Remember if you stay here you must have breakfast at the Back Inn Cafe. Also you need to try Tony's bar none the best Italian food in Chattanooga. Then stroll on over to Rembrandt's for one of their award winning desserts.

  • Stayed: October 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 8, 2009

My fiancée and I stayed at this B&B (McClelland house) to get away from it all after the holidays and had super time. Location and discrete charm are the key features of the place. The house – circa 1989—is overall well-kept and decorated with refined taste, respecting the original features of the house and its character. Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and have great views of the river and the surrounding areas. The art compound has an European field; we loved the River Gallery and the Hunter Museum and had great food experiences at Tony’s, the Back Inn café (breakfasts are superb!) and the Rembrandt Café where we unwind at the end of the day over delicious coffee and yummy pastries made at the pastries factory just around the corner. Although the B&B is comfortable and delivers good value for the price, we thought the house could use a bit more of maintenance (dust was coming out of the vents which made us cough) and deep cleaning (the furniture, carpets and draperies did not look/feel very clean).

  • Stayed: January 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed September 28, 2008

Stay Here.... it's a lovely B&B in a very cozy
neighborhood where you can walk everywhere.
It has a total Eurpoean feel.

We stayed in the Thompson House in a very inexpensive
room. It was 130 a night.... Full bed which was fine for me and my husband (were not very tall). If you need a bigger bed they
have rooms for a little more money, but not very much.
Also parking was free.

If you stay here, eat dinner at TONYS. Wonderful Italian
restuarant with a great wine list.
The meatballs were fantastic !! TONYS is actually connected to the B&B.

  • Stayed: September 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 4, 2008

June 1, 2008. Nice B & B. Tad pricey, but in line with other places in the downtown/bluff view arts district area. Great views of the river; everthing within walking distance. Would definitely go back.

  • Stayed: May 2008, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed October 11, 2007

This is a wonderful place to stay. It has quite a bit of ambience, is in the best location, and is walking distance from a number of venues. There is alot to do if you want to be busy, but it is just as easy to sit back and relax on the front porch. We stayed at the Thompson House and would definitly return. Our room was well kept, and beautiful. The restaurants are good as well. Rembrant's coffee house is excellent! Great for lunch or just a snack. Back Inn Cafe had one of the best breakfasts I've had. Sit outside and dine al fresco! Went to Tony's for dinner one night. The atmosphere was great. Service was also very good, but the food was just OK. They were very busy the night we were there however, so I would give them the benefit of the doubt and go again. Bluffs View Inn and the surrounding area is a great place to stay for a nice weekend away!

  • Stayed: October 2007, traveled with friends
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