To book online click the Visit Website link. We have availability, despite what this B&B website says. Step back in time while being right in the heart of Pigeon Forge. Our historic inn offers whirlpool tubs, real wood burning fireplaces in your room. A romantic getaway with breakfast served in your room or in our dining room. Close to Patriot Park, just a block away, for concerts and events or catching the trolley to Dollywood. Our cottages are in town and welcome families. Our romantic honeymoon cabins are up in the mountains, back to nature, extremely private. Room Rates at the Inn include breakfast. Breakfast at the Cottages and Cabins are at a $15.00 per person charge and must be requested at time of reservation.
Timeless getaway with the Smoky Mountains all around in this fireplace suite with queen maple bed topped with featherbed comfort. The whirlpool tub feels great after a day of hiking to waterfalls, or just shopping, or playing at Dollywood. Curl up with a good book by the river rock fireplace in your bedroom, or have coffee outdoors in the garden. A coffee maker and table for two in your room You may request to have breakfast served in bed or at your private table. We also offer private seating downstairs and outdoors, weather permitting. Basic cable tv, cd player.
Nightly Rate: $149-$159
This charming mahogany bedstead with featherbed topper will entice you to relax, enjoy sweet dreams as you drift off to sleep by the firelight. Our 1920's inn offers fireplaces in each bedroom, a blue tiled whirlpool tub, table for two, coffee maker in your room, lots of outdoor areas to enjoy trees, birds and flowers. Gourmet food delivered to your door if you want to sleep in, or served at a private table in our breakfast room. Historic Pigeon Forge sites in walking distance include the Old Mill, an operating grist mill on the Pigeon River.
Nightly Rate: $149-$159
Luxury cottage suite with heart shaped jacuzzi, queen rustic tree bed, private hot tub on your deck outside the french doors of your bedroom. Kitchenette has stone countertops, table for two, barstools at the kitchen counter as well. Separate covered parking. Breakfast delivered to your cottage or served in the garden. Suite includes living room and fireplace.
Cute two bedroom cottage next door to Evergreen Cottage Inn, great for families wanting a bed and breakfast experience with lots of privacy. A whirlpool tub in the master bedroom, full bath off the hall for others. Kitchen makes eating in an option after a busy day at Dollywood or hiking the Smoky Mountain waterfall trails. Breakfast may be delivered to your door by request the night before, or you may come to the garden area or breakfast room at our Evergreen Cottage Inn next door. Walled garden available for meditation or relaxation. Just 2 blocks from Patriot Park and Pigeon River.
Nightly Rate: $149-$159
Private honeymoon cabin in the mountains on our private acreage with hiking trails to the Little Pigeon River. Breakfast served at Evergreen cottage or Creekwalk Inn, our farm in Cosby. King rustic treebed, decks on three sides of the cabin for following the sunshine, hot tub under the stars, heart shaped jacuzzi and wood-burning fireplace to set the mood for lovers. Kitchenette, paddle fans. swing, bathrobes, swimming hole at end of the hiking trail.
Nightly Rate: $159-$209
4.8 on May 01, 2014
We were trying to get as far away from real life as possible in a quick weekend getaway and decided to stay at the Creek walk Cabins. It was so beautiful and so far removed. That was our first time at a Bed and Breakfast and it was definitely a great experience. Janice was so incredibly sweet and welcoming and not only made a great breakfast but led us to some great spots in the area. I will never forget the weekend and will be back. It was like it came right out of a story :)
5 on October 07, 2013
This little cottage was adorable and very comfortable! We has breakfast at the inn next door made by the owner herself!! The food was amazing as well as the hand squeezed orange juice! I will stay there again in the near future as well as recommending it to my friends and family
1.0 on September 04, 2013
This place is located next to run down apartments, the shower was clogged, light bulb burnt out, shower curtain burned. We were told we could go to the gas station when we inquired about ice and we never got breakfast (this is a bed and breakfast right) by 9 am we knew we knew we weren't getting any. Sad thing is we inquired about it breakfast when we got there. Should have known something when we couldn't get a definitive answer. Worst accommodations I've ever been in.
4.6 on February 24, 2013
The only reason the room is rated as a three is because the TV was small and there was no wifi. Other than that, wonderful. Janice provided a service that was second to none. She is an amazing chef and hostess, and took the time to get to know us on a personal level and made some great recommendations for activities. I highly recommend this B&B or her cottages to anyone. My boyfriend and I had an amazing time and enjoyed her company. We will definitely stay again!
5 on October 20, 2012
My boyfriend and I stayed in the Spruce Room for four nights and the Homestead Cove in the woods for two nights. When we arrived we walked upa stairs and into our lovely room with soothing music playing on a CD/radio player in vintage style. The stone fireplace, four post queensize bed covered in cozy grandma-like quilts and beatuiful blue tiled jacuzzi bath welcomed us. In the morning we walked downstairs and were fed breakfastes befitting royalty by Chef Janice. I sat in the porch room and typed and painted watercolors while friendly robins looked on from the woodsy hillside. When we moved to Homestead Cove we arrived late, but still tried out the hot tub next to the cabin which was heated to a steamy perfect level. The chilly weather didn't stop our enjoyment. The rustic furniture inside added even more charm. We were only two but the Homestead Cove could easily accomodate a family. I would bring DVD's if you really must look at a TV screen with all the beautiful countryside waiting to be adored and hiked in around you. Kelsey was our chef for the last two days and we did have to drive from our cabin to the breakfast location at the Creekside Inn, but oh, my, goodness, was it worth it. I'm a pianist and enjoyed playing their grand piano, but not nearly as much as I enjoyed Kelsey's broiled grapefruit and a pastry thing, I forget the name but not the taste. The location by the creek was lovely and they were preparing for a wedding the last day they were there. Wow, having a wedding there would be a dream! By the way, Janice and Kelsey even packed lunches for us when we went hiking and told us all about the trails. I felt like a pampered lumberjack.
4.0 on February 28, 2012
My husband and i came for a weekend getaway it was great i have nothing bad to say everything was perfect!! We had dinner instead of breakfeast that meal was the best we have ever had Crocus was a perfect find!!
4.0 on November 05, 2010
We stayed at the Evergreen Cabin Crocus and really enjoyed it. Especially since it has an outdoor hot tub, indoor jacuzzi, fireplace, deck with grill, everything we needed. Good kitchen too! Would recommend it!
5 on November 01, 2010
most perfect romantic week end ever at the evergreen, Janice the inn keeper is a gem! The room is cozy and romantic. breakfast was out standing! service was warm and caring. You can tell Janice puts her heart and soul in to her inn.
4.2 on January 02, 2010
My partner and I had a lovely stay at this little B&B. The old fashion service and cozy Inn made this stay extremely comfortable and enjoyable.
3.2 on April 08, 2009
This was my 1st trip to the PF/Gatlinburg area. This cabin wasn't exactly what I was expecting. I thought this was off the beaten path, but it is close to a well traveled road (which was an error on my part). We were awoken by vehicle traffic at least one morning of our two night stay. I spoke with the innkeeper prior to coming down and requested pork-free breakfasts. The breakfast the first morning was very good and pork-free. The second breakfast was some sort of sausage dish with a side of bacon. The place was very clean.
Cabins on mountains, Historic Log cabin on farm, Mountains, Village
Knoxville, TN (TYS-McGhee-Tyson) 28 miles
Take 129 north to 1-40. Follow 1-40 east to exit 407. Take 407 to right, highway 66 south to 441, also going south. Go to our check in office after calling: we have a check in office at 1819 Parkway, Sevierville,TN, 37862, just at light 12.6 across from IHOP and next door to McDonalds, with a sign that reads Cabins and Weddings. Or you may arrange to go directly to the inn at 3416 Householder Street, which is the left at the Old Mill right after Taco Bell. Go to traffic light, turn right. Take first left on Veterans Boulevard, take first right onto Householder Street. Take first right and park behind Evergreen Cottage.
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, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Dixie Stampede, Tanger Outlet Shopping, Ripley's Aquarium, Ober Gatlinburg, Outlet Stores, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Historic Inn
Computer, Conference Rooms, In-room internet, Desk, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Wedding Facilities, Wi-Fi , Walking distance to Patriot Park for trolley , Trolley to Gatlinburg or Dollywood nearby, 800 miles of hiking Great Smoky Mountains, Indoor or outdoor dining, Restaurant on site for dining by reservation, Custom dining, our chef shops for your favorites
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR
Bird watching, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Dollywood, Winterfest, Craft festivals, Wildflower Pilgrimage, Bluegrass, Comedy Barn, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Swimming, Water sports, Whitewater Rafting
Janice and Kelsey Haynes
Kelsey is a culinary arts chef,loves ballroom dancing, art, dogs, cooking, reading, and swimming in the mountains. Janice loves horses, creative cuisine, writing poetry, hiking mountain trails, welcoming guests to the Smoky Mountains.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , gourmet choices, Lobster filet mignon
Home made sweet rolls
Just can't resist sharing the delicious sweet rolls of my childhood, with lots of cinnamon in a yeast dough...be sure to request our buckwheat blueberry pancakes from the Old Mill just a few blocks away, ground by the stone wheel of the river in Pigeon Forge!