Due to the Hurricane last year that hit the East Coast, we were left scrambling for a place to vacation - with four dogs! We found Nolichuckey Bluffs in Greeneville Tennessee.
We stayed in the Log Cabin, an old cabin that was built in the 1930's.
It was very nice. It is nicely furnished with anitques and anitque appliances - except the fridge.
The Sadlers, who own Nolichuckey Bluffs, are extremely hospitable and Granny's little store is like a trip back in time, with a few ammenities, like home made ice cream and candy bars!
It's also quite a deal for the $$$, tucked away in the Mountains of Tennessee. Not too far from many interesting sights. Lots of hiking and horseback riding.
We had a wonderful time and are going back this year!
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- Nolichuckey Bluffs offers welcoming and comfortable accommodations with first-class amenities, and warm hospitality. Nestled in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains near historic Greeneville, Tennessee, our B&B cabins sit on the edge of the forest overlooking the Nolichucky River and the Mountains of East Tennessee. 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
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