Berry Springs Lodge

Address: 2149 Seaton Springs Rd, Sevierville, Tennessee, 37862, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 2149 Seaton Springs Rd, Sevierville, is near Dollywood, Dixie Stampede Dinner & Show, Parrot Mountain & Gardens, and Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery Dinner Show.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Berry Springs Lodge Sevierville

      Really wonderful place

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      Everything was ready and waiting at this very nice bed and breakfast. The Lodge was fresh, clean and welcoming. Our room was large and comfortable. The views from all around the Lodge were beautiful and memorable. The breakfasts, desserts and snacks were perfect as well. We were surprised to find a place in the area that we would love to return to....no question!

      Berry Springs Lodge - What A Rare Jewel

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      The Berry Springs Lodge B&B should have a 5 star rating. The entire lodge was sparkling clean.

      Patrick and Sue have put a lot of thought into what their guests may need during their stay. Everything you can possibly need is provided.

      Breakfast was delicious and the food presentation was beautiful enough to be on the cover of Southern Living magazine.

      We are planning another visit within the next few months and can't wait to be pampered again.

      A little piece of heaven

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      We have been to several bed and breakfast inns, but none are as beautiful as this one. In addition, the hosts, Patrick and Sue ensure that your every need is attended to. The property is beautiful, food boutiful and tasty, and you feel like you are in a home away from home and don't have any of the chores! The little extras like having access to snacks and the homemade desserts nightly are just the cherry on top! The views are breathtaking. There are paths and ponds and little extras at every turn. They even have fishing poles for those who wish to fish from the pond! We look forward to staying here often and would highly recommend this property to anyone looking to stay in this area.

      Awesome place to stay

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      We stayed here a coupla weeks back during our summer vacation touring Tennessee. There is only one way to describe this B&B - AWESOME!! The rooms were spacious, the views phenomenal and the hospitality out of this world.

      We are not normally prone to staying in B&Bs (following some dubious experiences here in the UK) but took the chance and have to say that this was the best accomodation we stayed in during our vacation (including a number of luxury hotels in Tennessee and Florida).

      If I had one gripe it would be the small size of the bath tubs (a common flaw in my opinion in US accomodation) apart from that this is an ideal base from which to explore both the natural beauty of the area and the bizarre nature of Pigeon Forge!!

      Highly, highly recommended - we will be back.

      Smoky Mountain Magic

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      We had a wonderful stay! There were beautiful views from our balcony and the back porch. Breakfast was superb and the desserts a delicious end to the day. Very relaxing, very quiet. We're looking forward to going back soon. Close enough to Sevierville, Pidgeon Forge, Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains national park that there was plenty to do while there. Excellent service from Patrick and Sue and the rest of the family. They were also most helpful with directions to avoid the crowded roads.

      Our Stay @ Berry Springs

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      While looking for Bed & Breakfasts on the internet for our anniversary, we happened upon Berry Springs Lodge. Little did we know the resort itself out did the web site pictures. We recommend Berry Springs Lodge to everyone. This is a beautiful, breathtaking facility set in the wonderous Great Smokey Mountains!

      Wonderful Berry Springs Lodge

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      Wonderful Stay as usual. We make this our home away from home when in this area. We won't stay anywhere else because of the wonderful Innkeepers, great food, beautiful views and peaceful atmosphere.

      Highly recommended!

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      We absolutely loved our stay at the Berry Springs Lodge. We echo the other comments about it being better than the website. You don't find that too often! Patrick and Sue were wonderful hosts! Sue's cooking is out of this world! The breakfast held us through most of the day! All the little extra's - turndown service, ghiradelli chocolate on our pillow when we returned in the evening, a host of movies to select from, s'mores by the campfire at night, a GREAT fireworks show on the 4th(thanks to Pat and Sue's sons), snacks in the fridge for you to grab whenever you had a cravin', etc....

      We can't wait to visit again. We are already planning our next trip!

      Great Place to Stay

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      This is a great place to stay. The service is great and the accmmodations are outstanding.

      Wow!!!

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      Okay, so my boyfriend had to attend a conference in the "land of cheese" - Gatlinburg. I'd been to this town before and it was just too touristy. I vowed not to stay at the crummy motel as last year so I did research on the internet for an alternative.

      Berry Springs Lodge was one of 4 inns that I found. The website for Berry Springs was very well done and it was the photos that convinced me to book there.

      When was the last time you arrived at an inn to find the real thing was even better than the photos on the net? Well, this is it. The view is stunning to say the least. If you're looking for a real getaway (but only 15 mintes from Gatlinburg) that is quiet and relaxing, book here. The staff was so friendly and the decor was country, yet tasteful.

      I woke to the sounds of a rooster, heard cows mooing in the distance at noon and fell asleep to the coyote at night.

      I will definately be back - save me the Newberry Suite!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Berry Springs Lodge Sevierville

      5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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