Laurel Springs Lodge B&B

Address: 204 Hill St, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 37738, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 204 Hill St, Gatlinburg, is near Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, Hillbilly Golf, Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre, and Cooter's Place.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Laurel Springs Lodge B&B Gatlinburg

    Our first stay in a Bed and Brakfast far exceeded our expectations!!!

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    This was my first stay in a Bed and Breakfast and I LOVED it. The comraderie with the other guests was great, our hosts were gracious and very helpfull, the accomodations were very comfortable, and the breakfasts were outstanding!

    I don't know if I will ever stay in another Hotel!!!

    Enjoyed our stay

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    We stayed at Laurel Springs for 2 nights. We were made to feel very welcome and at home. Breakfasts were excellent and our hosts were as friendly and helpful as a guest could possibly expect. Would recommend the place to anyone.

    Great memories that wil last Forever!

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    Our stay at Laurel Springs in September was wonderful!!! Our room, the Fern Room, was even more beautiful in person than in the on-line pictures. It was also very roomy, and absolutely the cleanest room of any hotel, motel, or B&B, that I have ever stayed in!! Belinda's attention to detail and welcoming hospitality were exceeded only by her scrumptious breakfasts. She treated everyone as if we were each her only concern for the entire day, and went out of her way to keep us happy, well-fed, and supplied with anything we could possibly need. The Inn is gorgeous and in a very quiet, picturesque location, even being so close to the Parkway. We would definitly recommend it to others, and stay there again ourselves.

    Loved it!!!

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    My husband and I went to Gatlinburg in Feb. 2003. My husband suprised me with this trip. He had arranged for the children to stay with the grandparents for a weekend by ourselves. He booked us at the Laurel Springs and it was fantastic!!! It was our first trip to a B&B and it was great. Belinda and her husband Garth were so down to earth and friendly. The breakfast was wonderful and plentiful, fresh bread and fruit, and the potatoes are to die for. You could not ask for a better experience. We loved it and would recommend it for anyone looking for a place to stay were they actually feel welcomed and wanted. It was wonderful!!!

    Laurel Springs is a GREAT place to stay!

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    Belinda and Garth made us feel welcome from the first second of our arrival and continued it all the way to departure ... the Inn is lovely, convenient to all Gatlinburg's attractions and quite quiet. I heartily recommend your staying, especially if you are a Gay or Lesbian individual or couple. I plan to go back as often as I can!

    Great Place to Stay

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    This is a great B&B! If you want to be close to action, but not on a busy road, this is your place.

    The innkeepers are friendly and make a great REAL breakfast -- not just jelly doughnuts like a lot of places. The dining room is bright and cheerful. The house also has a very nice common room.

    The bedrooms are large and have VCRs, so you can watch that beautiful video you just shot in the National Park!

    Laurel Springs Lodge is highly recommended!!!

    A Little piece of heaven in the Smokies

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    The Laurel Springs Lodge is a charming bed and breakfast off the beaten path but close enough to it to be able get around Gatlinburg easily.

    The breakfasts were excellent, the bed was comfortable, the ambiance was charming, and the hosts were friendly and helpful. I loved the breakfast porch, the view from my window, and the soothing sound of the crrek at night. All in all, my stay at the lodge was a peaceful and lovely getaway.

    Friendly, Beautiful and Clean!

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    I enjoyed my stay in Gatlinburg! The Birdsey's were very friendly and opened their bed and breakfast to me and my family, it felt like home!

    I know you will enjoy your stay just as I did!

    Wonderful place to stay - we didn't want to leave!

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    This is an adorable Bed & Breakfast. The location is just enough out of the "hustle-bustle" but yet very accessible to downtown. We didn't use our car all week except to go to the National Park.Garth and Belinda are very welcoming proprietors and were quite accommodating. Breakfasts were delicious and plentiful - we were always so full we didn't bother with lunch (except maybe an ice cream cone or two...).Beds are comfortable and the rooms are spacious, romantic, well-appointed and clean. We'd go back in a heartbeat.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Laurel Springs Lodge B&B Gatlinburg

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