Roaring Fork Motel & Cottages
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoaring Fork Motel & Cottages Gatlinburg
Being the poor college students we are and desperate to stay at a place for cheap, Roaring Fork Motel and Cottages takes the cake. It was only $50 for a two bed one bath cottage. Good deal! Of course you could probably always stay at a cheaper motel where you would be unsure whether you would find cockroaches or other vermin in the bathroom, but if you would like to avoid that choose this place! Location is perfect, only a 2 minute drive into the downtown area or 5-10 minute if you want to be old fashioned and walk. The management there is friendly though English is not their first language. Lovely people! You'll enjoy your stay here.
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