The Knoxville Lodging Guide
Whether you’re seeking a historic downtown hotel or a relaxing, mountain retreat, Knoxville’s lodging accommodations offer something for everyone. Here we’ve listed some excellent options for those visiting town or locals looking for a staycation. Don’t forget to tell them The Scout Guide sent you when you book your stay!
HOTELS, LODGES, & RESORTS
SCOUTED | Smoky Mountains | Think luxury stays with the trimmings of home. All of Cloud 9 Cabins’ sophisticated, thoughtfully designed properties are set against the picturesque Great Smoky Mountains for a beautiful, family-friendly stay.
SCOUTED | 1406 Wilkinson Pike, Maryville | @rtlodge | A woodsy respite set on the campus of Maryville College. It’s a go-to for both magical events and romantic retreats. Expect quiet, still mornings, thoughtful hospitality, and fabulous, farm-to-table fare from The Restaurant at RT Lodge and Morningside Room.
VOLUME 6 MEMBER | Breck Ellison Road, Loudon | @windyhillfarmmtn | A working family farm that specializes in upland quail hunting and hospitality. Enjoy a lineup of thoughtful farm activities, impeccable cuisine, and beautiful lodgings including a main lodge and more private cabins.
1471 West Millers Cove Road, Walland | @blackberryfarm | East Tennessee’s worst-kept secret, Blackberry Farm is a fan-favorite. Enjoy world-class hospitality, culinary experiences, spa + wellness offerings, activities, and luxe accommodations in the picturesque Great Smoky Mountains.
1507 East Millers Cove Road, Walland | @blackberry.mountain | Blackberry Farm’s more adventurous sister property, boasting a similar level of hospitality with an expanded program of outdoor activities. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy endless opportunities for hiking, fishing, horseback riding, tennis, and archery. Choose from a well-appointed cottage, cabin, or 3- to 5- bedroom house, to make your stay here perfectly suited to your needs.
140 East Lamar Alexander Parkway, Townsend | @dancingbeartn | Whether you stay at Dancing Bear’s full-service lodge, cabins or cottages you can expect relaxation and endless amenities. Highlights include the unbeatable proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and access to the award-winning onsite restaurant, Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro.
118 Stables Drive Highway 73, Townsend | @littlearrowresort | A family friendly resort, ideal for those looking to commune with nature without “roughing it.”
1706 Cumberland Avenue | @graduatehotels | A quirky and fun hotel just steps away from The University of Tennessee and Neyland Stadium. Expect darling interiors and a youthful feel.
407 Union Avenue | @theoliverhotel | A boutique hotel housed in a wonderfully restored 19th-century building and just steps from Market Square. Enjoy their prohibition-style bar, which is perfect for a nightcap.
531 Henley Street | @tennesseanhotel | A modern, elegant downtown hotel offering personalized luxury. Centrally-located hotel makes accessing Knoxville’s attractions — Old City, UT Knoxville, and Market Square easy.
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