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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Creekstone Inn Pigeon Forge
I have stayed at hotel before and will again! I love having covered parking. Also the floor plan of the room is very nice for added privacy if sharing a room with someone else. The beds were comfortable and the room was clean. If you are traveling to this area to get out and enjoy the city instead of staying in your hotel room then you will enjoy your stay here. There aren't a lot of amenities here like some other hotels in the area but then again you don't have to pay as much for facilities you may not want or use. I highly recommend!
No ducks in sight
The view was very nice,We never did see a duck anywhere? The place was very old but clean. Housekeeping was no where to be found. No dirty clothes bag was in our room. Requested one three times and still never saw a dirty clothes bag. No Alarm clock or Irion in the room. There is a deposit for those items. You do get it back but it is inconvenit to have to run to the office for everything. The sheets were not fitted sheets. Could not sleep due to trying to stay off the bare mattress.
There were cob webs and spiders all above the main door to our room. It was kinda scarey. For the money we could have stayed somewhere much nicer. In the future I will ask more questions before I reserve a room . Oh well. Dollywood and all the shopping was a blast.
Peaceful but rather boring
The room was clean, rather large, had a refrigerator and the balcony was nice but the pool looked very boring (concrete hole in the sun), the sheets did not fit the bed and I had to try to cover the mattress every time I turned over. Also the place is rather old, the elevator makes some scary noises and the water temp changed if someone turned on their water or flushed their toilet. Possibly something newer would work better.
Worth the money!
My family stayed at the Creekstone in June of 2003 and found it very nice. Very clean rooms, off the main road so it was really quiet and we really enjoyed the view and our stay. We will be staying there during future visits. I would recomend this motel to anyone!
Aside from the ducks and creek, a closer look at the inn!
The balcony overlooking the creek and ducks is very peaceful and relaxing, but to get to the point the room itself for the money is better off spent at holiday or comfort inn. The bathroom is extremely small, just as big as a bathroom in a single wide mobile home. House keeping is a joke, beds are improperly made by leaving bottom sheets left untucked since they don't use fitted sheets, not to mention the fact if you bring your own towels they can be mistaken as theirs and taken. The elavator is a death trap. The last inspection was done on October of 98...I would say that has expired and there is no record of any updates being kept in the office. The best thing about this hotel is the beds are comfortable. Stay there at your own risk.
Recommend Creekstone Inn
My family and I have stayed at Creekstone Inn numerous times and I just recommended it to my sister's family. Nice place.
Enjoyed the balconies
A very peaceful and quiet place to stay. The balconies overlooking the creek are wonderful. The sounds of the flowing water and the ducks are worth the trip.
We discovered Creekstone 10 years ago, have stayed numerous times and recommend it to everyone. it is quiet, peaceful, we love the balcony where we can sit and watch the ducks on the river and listen to the sound of the water as it runs over the rocks. TRY IT.
Creekstone is peaceful.
We have stayed at the Creekstone Inn numerous times. It is a peaceful and relaxing place to stay. We enjoy the ducks very much. The sound of the creek is very relaxing. Since the Creekstone is not on the main thoroughfare in Pigeon Forge, but located on the River Road (back street), it is not a noisy atmosphere. We would recommend that everyone stay at this Inn.
I love the Creekstone Inn! The hotel is on the back road (River Road) in Pigeon Forge, so it is very easy to travel around to and from. It is convenient to Dollywood as well. It is very quiet (except for when the ducks on the river start quacking!), and the rooms are nice and spacious. I also even more highly recommend the Creekstone II. The room I had there in October was great.
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Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg the amusement and adventureland of Tennessee. Never seen so many different mini golf courses, go cart tracks, and other attractions lining a main city street. These places are alive with tourists and cause major traffic jams. Don't travel on fridays we learnt.
Hectic place geared up for the 10 million visitors to the Smokey Mountains per year. ...
... to take 3-4 hours just to get to the top. Majority vote rules we are going to get out of Gatlingburg tonight and head towards Nashville, this will break up the drive for Adam and also gives us a chance to meet up with Saskia. Kaleb started blowin kisses at women out the car window, hes such a neep haha. Dont wanna miss a thing was on the radio so everyone started sayin the words in a total hill billy 'murcan voice. Adam was craving some sushi, i wasnt complaining i wanted some aswell but ...
... say it is just right. There is a diverse amount of plants and animals. 95% of the mountains are covered by 5 different types of forest. Along with babbling brooks and waterfalls it all comes together as one beautiful park. My luck ran out a little here since fog and low clouds denied me some views but I will return to see the leaves change ...
... 57 degrees and to the original building that was the headquarters. Jack Daniels died, indirectly, from a broken toe. His nephew, Lem Motlow, ran the business and built it into an institution with diehard followers. I swear, Bud could be Lem's twin!
Huge stainless steel vats of fermenting corn mash occupied an entire building. The great cauldrons were spitting and bubbling. Ron told us to bend down and get a whiff of ...
... Nothing we couldn't handle, don't touch anything with the do not touch sticker on, press the release key if you needed to step out, go to the bathroom etc (they can't actually lock you in legally- so ok, I may not die here!). After the pep talk, we were escorted downstairs with the guy who would be managing our game and room. He told us to use the walkie talkies if we wanted clues, but warned us that the game was going to be tough with only 2 of ...