Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins, located in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains, is a place for warm hospitality and friendly, family-style getaways. There are seven private cabins and a central breakfast area called Gramma's Cupboard where the owners collection of dolls and trains is on display. Breakfast is available from 8:30-10:00am and includes homemade breads, jellies, pancakes, eggs, potatoes, fruits, and a specialty granola. Each cabin is fully furnished with linen, dishes, private bedrooms, and a full kitchen. On property is a picnic pavilion, playground, antique grist mill, and a Farm to Table greenhouse. The property is close to town for restaurants, grocery stores, and shopping but you'll also enjoy the quiet getaway of your front porch overlooking the river and mountains. Owned and operated by the Sadler Family, you'll enjoy the warm hospitality and sharing of life experiences and escapades over breakfast. And be sure to wander the organic farm which includes an orchard, berry patch and greenhouse.
3.8 on March 18, 2016
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay...except that the bed was very uncomfortable. And the breakfast was very unbalanced (read: way too much sugar). If those two were remedied, we'd go back in a heartbeat! The setting is very peaceful and feels removed. The staff is super friendly and easy-going. Overall, we really like the place.
5 on March 08, 2016
My friend and I truly enjoyed our recent stay at the Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed & Breakfast. The views from the log cabin overlooking the river and the mountains beyond were breathtaking, while the interior of the cabin was homey and clean. Debra's breakfasts each morning were outstanding--the homemade lemon curd was fantastic, for example--and while we ate we enjoyed the interesting and hospitable company of the "innkeeper," Pam Sadler. We look forward to a return visit--we hope to experience the turning of the grist mill wheel next time (during our stay the mill was down for repairs, per Pam.)
5 on February 01, 2016
We showed on a Friday evening and found the place was ready to go. We were treated to a nice view of the Nolachuckey River. This is one place I would recommend to anybody.
Thanks so much for the kind words and please come visit again.
3.8 on October 29, 2015
I stayed in Twin Oaks A & B -- and I have to say, it was a wonderful experience! Loved the view!
Come stay with us again.
4.6 on October 21, 2015
Loved the cabins and all the extras.....fire pit, hammock, breakfast! What a great place for the family to get together!! We will be back.
We appreciate your feedback and look forward to seeing you again soon.
4.4 on October 05, 2015
We spent two nights in the Loft at the Gristmill. Two home made cobblers awaited us upon our arrival. The rooms were clean and well stocked. Rustic and secluded with outhouse.
The gristmill is a unique experience and we are glad you stayed with us and appreciate you.
5 on September 10, 2015
I stayed at the Red Bud cabin. The cabin was immaculate. The view incredible! The cabin is tucked away in the trees with a very private and breathtaking view of the river and mountains. A picnic was waiting on the table upon arrival and the food did not disappoint. Although we wanted to sleep in the next morning and wouldn't be able to go to the main cabin for breakfast.. a very generous offer to drop off cinnamon rolls and eggs was made by the owner. I have found Heaven in Greene County! Ginger
Ginger, we've got to get you back out here to the Redbud Cabin. Appreciate you much.
5 on September 09, 2015
Wonderful, outstanding, amazing...no words can describe the atmosphere and staff here. Pam and Debra are top notch! These cabins are clean, organized and comfy. A little slice of heaven in the mountains. Can't wait to return!
We so appreciate you and please do come again!
3.2 on May 27, 2015
There was no "Breakfast" with our Bed & Breakfast stay due to a wedding that was scheduled at the Inn. The restaurant wasn't available to us because of the wedding and we were left with a basket of packaged food - definitely a disappointing stay. We left hungry and had to stop for breakfast on our way out of town. The cabin was immaculate.
I apologize that your expectations were not met. It is not typical for us to serve packaged foods although you may have considered the homemade cinnamon rolls less than adequate on a hungry morning. We will do our best to do better next time.
5 on May 10, 2015
Our hostess Pam and her assistant Deb were welcoming and gracious. Pam shared stories of her travels and life that both entertained and enthralled; while Deb served her homemade and mostly home grown breakfast fare. The view from the Log cabin must be seen too be believed. The cabin is located at the top of a bluff overlooking the Nolichuckey River, with the Great Smokey mountains rising majestically in the background. The whole experience reinforced our belief that staying at B&B's rather than motels or hotels is the only way to travel.
You are very kind - although I'm laughing about that 'enthralling' statement. ;) That view from the Log Cabin is amazing and YES B&B's are the way to travel. Best to you.
Log Cabin sleeps 8; Dogwood Cabin sleeps 6; Redbud Cabin sleeps 6; Cedar Cabin sleeps 4; Twin Oaks sleeps 4.
Nightly Rate: $100 - $170
Smoky Mountains, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Tri-City Airport, TN (TRI-Tri-City Regional) 50 miles
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Antique grist mill and nature preserve, Organic gardens, Appalacian Trail, Quilt Trail, Horseback Riding and Hiking, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery, Zoo
Private Home Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Bath robes, Board games, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , coffees and homemade cookies, High speed internet, Front porch overlooking the river, Fully equipped kitchens, King Beds, private bathrooms
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wired internet
Bird watching, Boating, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Antiquing, Antiquing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Pam, Pat &amp; Brooke Sadler
Cats , Simese fighting fish
Patricia and Brooke spent 11 years as missionaries in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, and have traveled the world as tourists. Brooke is also a fundraising consultant who has worked with numerous celebrities and nonprofit organizations. Their daughter Pam now runs Nolichuckey Bluffs and her passion is antiquing, repurposing, gardening, and decorating her own log cabin.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Hot blueberry pancakes served daily. The berries are from our own berry patches and guests often tell us our pancakes are the best they've ever had!