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We stayed here for four nights last week, and the owner & staff all treated us better than family. They were so accommodating and helpful, and were willing to fulfill every request we made. Our room (Endless Love) was great, although the GIANT bed was...More
A perfectly beautiful and charming place. The staff could not be nicer. The accommodations just so lovely my husband and I felt very welcomed and pampered . The buffet breakfast was bountiful and the evenings special dessert was very delicious
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From start to finish this is one of the nicest B & B's to which I have every been.
The Mountain Harbor Inn on the lake didn't plan on giving their Trip advisor award up any time soon.
We arrived close to the nightly Sunset...More
We stayed two days at the Inn / Bed and Breakfast. We were in the "Gone with the Wind " suite. Wish we could have stayed for a week! The suite was beautiful and very functional. The view of Douglas Lake excellent. Some of the...More
From the moment we arrived, the Mountain Harbor Inn exceeded all expectations. The views are breathtaking. The suite ( stayed in Gone With the Wind) plush and comfortable and perfect, we lacked for nothing. The staff outstanding. There are personal touches everywhere. A REAL breakfast...More
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While unfortunate, you can still enjoy the town of Dandridge and see the Revolution cemetery. This cemetery is so unusual as you usually only find Civil War cemeteries. The staff is wonderful at this place and I am sure... More
While unfortunate, you can still enjoy the town of Dandridge and see the Revolution cemetery. This cemetery is so unusual as you usually only find Civil War cemeteries. The staff is wonderful at this place and I am sure, would recommend more things to see. The town is also home to Bush's Baked Beans but we did not get a chance to go there.