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Nestled in the trees at the crest of the mountain, the Foxtrot Bed and Breakfast offers four luxurious guest rooms with private baths and spectacular views of Mt. Leconte and the Great Smoky Mountains. The balconies overlook downtown Gatlinburg. Watch the sun rise as you sip your morning coffee. Savor breakfast prepared by a professional chef. Enjoy a peaceful retreat, and bask in the tranquility of nature. Relax by the fire with a book or head for adventure in the Great Smoky Mountains. The Foxtrot is minutes from dining, skiing, hiking, shopping, golf, and other Smoky Mountain activities.
A gold-toned room with a king-sized sleigh bed and a private bath with a Jacuzzi tub. Quiet wooded views from the room and bath are yours to enjoy. All rates are based on double occupancy. Additional persons will be charged $25 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
Nightly Rate: $165-$165
A richly decorated room with a massive, four-poster, king-sized bed and private bath. This room is approximately the size of a master bedroom suite in a home. All rates are based on double occupancy. Additional persons will be charged $25 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
Nightly Rate: $165-$165
A two-room suite consisting of a bedroom with a king-sized hand made cedar bed, living room with sofa sleeper, private bath with Jacuzzi tub, and two balconies for your enjoyment. All rates are based on double occupancy. Additional persons will be charged $25 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
A honeymoon/anniversary suite decorated in sunny colors. The bedroom has a lovely white, king-sized, four-poster bed. The suite also features an over-sized bathroom with a cathedral ceiling and a glass wall for views of Mt LeConte and Gatlinburg. A two-person whirlpool tub with a European shower completes the bath. A private balcony allows quiet viewing of our spectacular scenery. All rates are based on double occupancy. Additional persons will be charged $25 per night, to be charged at time of check-in.
5 on September 16, 2014
This was our first time at a B&B and we couldn't be more impressed. From the sit-down 3 course served on fine china breakfast to the beautiful view, we would recommend to anyone. The only thing that you should be warned of is that breakfast is served and therefore at a specific time and may interfere with your plans for the day. If you want to sleep-in and/or be out exploring by a certain time in the morning, the serving of breakfast may interfere with your plans. Otherwise, it was amazing!
5 on September 10, 2014
Shirley and Bob are the ultimate hosts. From providing a great (and huge!) breakfast to being extremely knowledgable about the area, the service was great. Skip the town of Gatlinburg and head instead into the Great Smoky Mountains. You won't be disappointed!
5 on September 04, 2014
We went up, up, up the hairpin turns to a most exquisite setting with a glorious view and met our most gracious and friendly hosts, Shirley and Bob. In every respect, our stay at Foxtrot was memorable, the best B&B experience we've ever had! Shirley's original and creative gourmet, three-course breakfasts were elegantly presented and served on formally set table with attentive service from Bob. To top it off, we were greeted on our second morning by a mother black bear and her three cubs! Truly a remarkable and memorable experience!
3.0 on July 14, 2014
My wife and I stayed several days in the Leconte Sunrise room while vacationing in Kentucky and Tennessee. The property is not easy to navigate to, but after a day or two of coming and going, it was no longer an issue. Our room and private bath were surface clean, but appeared to not have had a deep cleaning in a while. The whirlpool tub (with European shower) had hair around the edges from previous guests. One drawback (for me) of this particular room was that there was no actual shower. Overall, the atmosphere was very formal and uptight, making it very difficult to relax. The turn down service was wonderful ... the first day. After that, it seemed intrusive. The view from the deck was amazing, so in the early mornings I would spend some quiet time out there before anyone else was awake, watching the sun rise over the Smokies and sipping coffee. Breakfast didn't happen until 9am, which was very late in the morning for us. By the time we were done eating the grandiose 3 course gourmet meal (with desert!), we had already lost most of the cool hours of the day when we would have rather been out in the park hiking. The food, mind you, was incredible and there was a lot of it ... all served on matching china at formal place settings. The dinning table was at one end of the only common room in the house other than the kitchen, which was basically a library with a large fireplace. Needless to say, everything was very formal, which many people like, but us--not so much. Conversations around the breakfast table were minimal due to the atmosphere and overall, the entire experience seemed a bit constrictive. Shirley did a wonderful job accommodating my wife's need for gluten free food. Bob and Shirley did provide us with some good hiking trails that weren't littered with tourists, which was a huge plus for us. Not one of our better B&B experiences, but mostly because it wasn't a good fit for us.
4.4 on June 24, 2014
The view was wonderful and the room and house were peaceful and quiet.
5 on June 18, 2014
This was our first B&B experience and the bar has been set very high. We felt welcomed from the minute we arrived. The breakfasts were fabulous and the view from our room and deck was exquisite!! We are already planning our next visit. Thank you Bob and Shirley for a wonderful experience.
4.8 on June 10, 2014
although the foxterot is a bit difficult to find, the owners are wonderful people and make everyone feel at home and the rooms and the views and especially the wonderful breakfasts shirley fixes are out of this world and i am recommending this place to any of my friends who want and out of this world experience. it so romantic with the views and the hospitality is awesome. my wife had gotten sick from some other place we ate at and bob and shirley were availalbe to help us thru it all...thanks you so much for you b&b greg and ginny goyen
5 on March 12, 2014
Exceptional accommodations, fabulous breakfast, warm and welcoming inn keepers. Will recommend to everyone vacationing in Gatlinburg.
4.0 on February 05, 2014
I stayed here with my girlfriend to celebrate our one year anniversary and escape the crazy city life of Washington, DC. We were warmly greeted by Shirley and Bob who offered a wealth of information on hiking routes, day activities, and restaurants in the adorable town of Gatlinburg. The town is busy and very touristy, but the Foxtrot is the perfect escape. You can go down to the town or up to the ski resort in the mountains to do different activities and explore, but truthfully the best escape is being at the Foxtrot Inn. The food prepared by Shirley is incredible. There are always cookies, snacks, beverages, and more available around the clock. The home itself is beautiful and rests perfectly above the town so it's quiet and serene. The breakfasts are unparalleled. I have to say, my biggest complaint is just that they were so rich. I'm not from the south nor am I used to a rich, three course breakfast. It even includes dessert! That said, each part of the three course breakfast was incredible and if you like rich food, this is a place you can not miss staying! Rich or not, they were delicious. I highly recommend the Foxtrot Inn and hope to go back next season to see if this time I can clean my plate at breakfast. It was a great trip!
3.6 on November 13, 2013
The food was good but to heavy and much to sweet. All the coursed were sweet, even the bacon and grits. I found that the roads were confusing and hard to find you way around in the mountain. Our host was helpful and knowledgably of the area.
Mountains, Small town
Knoxville, TN (TYS-McGhee-Tyson) 38 miles
Follow Highway 129 (Alcoa Highway) to Maryville. Take US 321 to Gatlinburg; then, follow directions above.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, DollyWood, Splash Country, Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area
Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Wedding Facilities , Private Balcony, three course Gormet Breakfast
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Off-site Fitness Center, Off-site Swimming Pool, Off-site Tennis Courts, Discount Golf, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Tennis courts, Video Arcade, Whitewater Rafting
Three course Gourmet breakfast
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Prior arrangements, required