BedandBreakfast.com Diamond Collection
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BedandBreakfast.com Diamond Collection
Romantic rooms for the nature lover in you! Several of our rooms offer private hot tubs and an outdoor campfire area for relaxing under the stars. Enjoy handcrafted rustic furniture, nature trails around our wetland area with birdwatching. Our Log Cabin Bed and Breakfast is a short scenic drive from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Knoxville and The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Poised just 63 miles from the Biltmore Estate in Asheville on one side, and 19 miles from Gatlinburg and its neighbors on the other, Creekwalk Inn Bed and Breakfast and Cabin Rentals is a centrally located inn for your exploring both North Carolina and Tennessee. Delicious breakfasts served at private tables farm to table, 4 course dinner by reservation. All baths private, three with jacuzzis. We suggest a waterfall hike with picnic lunch to Hen Wallow Falls, trail head in the Cosby entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a guest favorite. Summer brings fun at our favorite swimming holes and Pigeon River whitewater rafting in Hartford, just 10 miles away. Plenty of Great Smoky National Parks hiking books and trail maps to plan your adventures in the area. Closest inn to Mount Cammerer, named the best hike in the southeast in Backpacker Magazine. This is a rugged trail of 12 miles so we will get up early to serve you a hiker's breakfast and pack your lunch Then sleep in the next day to recuperate! Winter days we serve indoors by the fireplace and in the library/living room area. Summers it is hard to be indoors and the large decks overlooking the creek beckon for breakfast. Enjoy our on farm cabin or if you prefer a more self-serve vacation, try our off farm cabins close to Gatlinburg at .agatlinburgcabin.
1.2 on October 19, 2015
I am not sure how this Inn can be classified as a Diamond Collection Bed and Breakfast. The property is quite beautiful and there is potential for this place to be awesome. However, it was anything but awesome. The entrance is marked by a very small sign at the bottom of a gate post. Drove by it twice! Finally, got through the gate and drove up to the office. Pick up truck full of garbage bags parked in front of the office. Not one or two bags of garbage but overflowing with bagged garbage. Not a very welcoming site. At first glance our room looked fine. Closer inspection revealed that the sink and shower had not been cleaned since the last guests, someones leftover food was in the mini fridge. Pretty gross. A beautiful twig bed that was laced in cobwebs. Now I am not Mr. Clean but this was pretty icky. The tea and coffee and sugar looked like it had been there awhile, quite awhile. The coffee pot had old coffee in it with leftover grounds. Gross! We opted not to eat breakfast there the next morning as inspection of the kitchen in the main house mimicked our room. We spent the night and left early the next morning. I simply can not recommend this place. Especially for the price. We paid Ritz Carlton prices and I wish we had stayed at the Ritz! C. Campbell
3.4 on July 27, 2015
The room was quite tiny on the backside but their are much larger rooms available. Janice more than made up for it with her hospitality and delicious and unique breakfasts. She also had teas, coffee, sodas and wine available for guest. The large Inn has many nice areas to sit and relax and the creek at our backdoor was an added bonus. She even packed us a nice lunch to take for the day we went into the Smokies. No internet connection in cabin but there is wifi on porch of owners cabin. Very nice country area. And the Carvers Apple Orchard restaurant nearby is a great place for dinner.
5 on March 04, 2015
My husband and I stayed in one of the cabins offered. Janice was very nice and helpful at assisting me place my reservation on a very short notice. The cabin is fairly close to Gatlinburg but still in a very secluded area. The cabin offers everything a couple needs to enjoy a week or a weekend. The pictures on the website were exactly what we walked into. It is a very rustic cabin and has a wonderful view. We were in awe from the moment we walked through the front door. We would highly recommend and will likely come back next time we visit the area.
1.0 on February 09, 2015
2000 characters is not enough, here goes. 1) spiders in shower and upstairs 2) covers and sheets musty and stinky 3) no hot water in jacuzzi 4) hot tub no privacy, and across yard to reach 5) yard completely filled with mounds of horse poop 6) no controller for dvd player 7) no coffee, tea, drinks, snacks provided like advertized 8) no menu for breakfast, no option for private breakfast in cabin like advertized 9) inadequate heating, cabin was frigid 10) not easily accessible from road no clear directions 11) innkeepers would not answer phone 12) innkeepers apparently on vacation 13) innkeepers not present 14) charge full price up front, no refunds
5 on July 20, 2013
My husband and I stayed in both a cabin and a room at the B&B. Both locations were amazing! Janice was an amazing hostess and made everyone feel like one big family. The rooms and cabin are clean, extremely comfortable, relaxing and exactly what you need to step away from the busy world for a little while and enjoy everything that Mother Nature has to offer. AMAZING breakfasts, hiking, cold dips in the flowing rivers, horses and pups meandering around the property, close enough to civilization but far enough away to forget about it all - what more can you ask for? We will be back again in the near future!
5 on July 15, 2013
My husband and I spent five nights at Creekwalk Inn. It was the most incredible experience; the room, the inn itself, the beautiful grounds, the creative gourmet breakfast each morning, the pure beauty of your surroundings. Janice has put together all the details to make this inn what it is today. In addition, her advice and guidance on the trails - what the mountains and area has to offer is invaluable. We cannot say enough about our stay, other than simply stating; SPECTACULAR!
5 on June 12, 2013
This place is absolutely amazing. We want to move there!! We enjoyed gourmet, organic, healthy breakfasts and bonded with the other guests in the house. Janice has five free graze horses. You walk out to go to your car and there are five horses right on the front lawn!! Its so amazing! We actually spent most of our time on the grounds surrounding the cabin. I mentioned that I always wanted to learn how to play the banjo, and Janice called a friend, and I got a lesson right there in the dining room. WE CANNOT STOP TALKING ABOUT HOW MUCH FUN WE HAD!!!! Also, I'm fanatical about cleanliness. I wont stay just anywhere. This place is very clean. I also have problems with my back and have a hard time sleeping when I travel. We ended up oversleeping because the beds were so comfy and soft. All in All, this place is amazing and the innkeeper, Janice....well lets just say we feel like we have extended family now, haha! Cant wait to go back next year!
5 on June 04, 2013
This was our first visit to a B&B and we loved every aspect of Creekwalk Inn! Perfect location about 30 minutes from Gatlinburg, so you are away from all of the tourist congestion but not too far away to get out and enjoy all the activities. Minutes off of I-40 and from NC so Asheville and Cherokee are close enough for day trips. The owner Janice is so pleasant and makes every guest feel like family. She made 2 wonderful breakfasts for us while we were there for the weekend, both unique with fresh local ingredients, right down to the sour marmalade she was making when we checked in! It was almost hard to leave the patio after breakfast as it was so easy to sit and talk with her and the other guests. The patio overlooks the creek, so you get to enjoy the sounds of the water and the birds as you enjoy your breakfast. Every room is unique and very cozy. You can arrange to have dinner cooked for you at the Inn through an outside company. We didn't utilize that service but another couple did and they had nothing but excellent remarks. When you make your reservations be sure to ask about the dinner services! We definitely plan on returning to Creekwalk in the future!
5 on May 20, 2013
I've returned many times to this quiet place in the country and ask for the Ramsey Cascade room with it's door out to the creekside, where I even once saw an otter swimming! Janice and Tifton go out of their way to accommodate their guests, and the breakfast they serve is outstanding.
1.8 on October 15, 2012
We recently stayed in the Balsam Mountain room at this inn. The photos on the website do not accurately depict the room; the adjacent room has a bathroom that offers virtually no insulation against sound; therefore, we could literally hear every sound from the neighboring bathroom. In addition, we could hear the other guests using their in-room spa. It was quite uncomfortable. The room offered little in the way of toiletries and did not have a coffee machine or alarm clock in the room, as their website suggests. The room and bathroom were very crowded and outdated. The windows had old horizontal blinds on them and the windows were always covered in condensation, so we could not enjoy the view mentioned on their website. We paid $159 per night for this room and, although the breakfast was good and the packed lunches were a nice touch, we felt that the room was very overpriced. After seeing the room and facility in person, we would expect to pay $75 per night, at most, when compared to other facilities in the Smoky Mountains. We were never offered breakfast in our room, as the website suggests. When we requested a slight adjustment to a breakfast and lunch, the inn-keeper seemed to be very annoyed by the change (although she did make the changes). This is about a 35 to 40 minute drive from Gatlinburg and the main entrances to the Smoky Mountain National Park, so if you plan to spend a lot of time seeing the sights (besides hiking near this inn), plan accordingly. The parking was limited, gravel driveway has potholes, and we had to carry our luggage through long, wet grass. In addition, there is no outdoor lighting, making it difficult to navigate from the car to the inn. Not impressed.
Eastern picture window overlooking flowers in the window box and mountain scenes...gracious arched mahogany bed...jacuzzi tub in window alcove...a fireplace to set the mood...step outside to your private porch and hot tub, fireplace by the bamboo thicket...listen to the creek. Featherbed and down comforter to snuggle in winter...breakfast in your room if you choose.
Nightly Rate: $309 - $359
Master suite of the house! A hot tub for two down your private creek trail and campfire ring of stones. Corner room with narrow balcony on creek, screen door open lets you enjoy the fresh air...fireplace sets the mood...table for two for tea...or perhaps a writing desk? Listen to the creek right outside your door, maybe 10 feet away! Check in time is 4:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $309 - $359
Pleasant creekside room with tiled jacuzzi bath/shower, gliding rocker, one of our most popular creekside rooms. Check in time is 4:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $269 - $269
Cozy and charming, feels like being at camp with knotty pine on the walls, rhododendrum tree bed tucked against the wall, screen door to balcony along creek...small rocker, stereo...great place to curl up with your partner and a good book! Check in time is 4:00 pm and Check out time is 11:00 am.
Nightly Rate: $229 - $229
Enjoy the meadow walk to your private cabin with horses galloping about in the fields. The rustic porch and rhododendrum bed set a romantic mood, table for two where you may request breakfast served by the fireplace. Hot tub off your porch for star gazing. Oak ladder to the upstairs bedroom, an oversized jacuzzi and a room for the kids if you want to bring them for a farm vacation, queen bed on this level and bath. Usually just enjoyed by a romantic couple, but we wanted to add a place for families to our Smoky Mountain farm. Downstairs has a small kitchen area for coffee, tea, and soda.
Nightly Rate: $359 - $359
Our private mountain has 30 acres of strolling gravel roads, 11 cabins on hillsides or deep in the woods, extremely secluded natural settings with our own nature trail to the Little Pigeon River for swimming or fishing. Each cabin is a luxury suite with fireplace, whirlpool, hot tub on the deck and kitchen for self-catered meals. We offer chef service at your cabin or we can stock your cabin so no one disturbs your peace and quiet. Off-farm cabins are about 25 minutes into the forest.
Nightly Rate: $309 - $309
A short stroll from the main inn, this cabin suite has a small private porch, hot tub and fire-pit for a little extra privacy. It offers tv reception (direct TV), not available at the main lodge. Shower bath, great views over the meadows of the horses if they come close to your cabin during night grazing. Breakfast included, just a short walk to the main dining room at Creekwalk.
$309 - $309
Countryside, Mountains, Ranch, Small town
Knoxville, TN (TYS-McGhee-Tyson)
From the west--Exit 435 from I-40. Turn right onto South Rt. 321 towards Gatlinburg for 6 miles. At stop sign make a right, and then a quick left at the next stop sign, staying on 321. Go .3 miles and watch for the Creekwalk Inn at Whisperwood Farm sign on your right. Turn right onto Middle Creek Rd. Driveway is 300 yards on right. From the East-- Exit 440 from I-40. Left off exit, then right onto Rt. 73/321 towards Gatlinburg for 3 miles. At stop turn left, staying on 321. Go 1/3 mile- turn right onto Middle Creek Rd. Driveway is 300 yards on right.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Biltmore Tickets, Dollywood tickets, Ripley's Aquarium, Great Smoky Mountains National Park hiking, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Zoo
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn, Guest Ranch
Alarm clock, BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Piano, Secretarial services, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wired internet
Air conditioning, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Appalachian Trail close by, Trail drop off service for hikers, Meet the horses farm tour, Whitewater rafting, Llama hikes, swimming holes, Fly fishing on Cosby Creek, Big Creek, Trails on 47 acre farm, fishing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Janice & Tifton Haynes
5 horses, outside Australians
Janice loves horseback riding, hiking, poetry reading and writing, yoga, cooking, homeschooling children, organic gardening...Tifton loves flying, alternate energy sources, making diesel fuel from discarded vegetable oil, woodworking, farming. We both love reading and being outdoors!
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Private outdoor, Vegan meals
Home made sweet rolls
Home made sweet rolls with my mom's recipe, lots of cinnamon...fresh ground coffee, lots of organic foods from the garden and local farmers. Spontaneous creative cuisine with fresh ingredients, seafood crepes on request, just great food!
Wedding or renewal of vows in our log chapel on the grounds, intimate honeymoon rooms with private baths, fireplace cabins, dozen red roses, dinner for two at our inn, 2 nights minimum stay anytime in February, our sweetheart month. www.creekwalkinn.com or www.gocabins.com 1-800-962-2246 www.appalachianweddingadventures.com Please contact the inn directly at +1-800-962-2246 to redeem this deal.