Gatlinburg Lodge in Great Smoky Mountains

Gatlinburg Lodge in Great Smoky Mountains
Gatlinburg Lodge in Great Smoky Mountains
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$138.60 43% $59.60

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Stay at Glenstone Lodge in Gatlinburg, TN, with Dates into June


  • Hotel at a Glance: Glenstone Lodge

    The Gatlinburg Trolley stops at all of the bustling mountain town’s major attractions, including Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community, and an aerial cable-car tramway. The trolley also stops at Glenstone Lodge, amid rolling hills covered with ash and hickory trees. Here, homey guest rooms welcome travelers with cozy furnishings and contemporary amenities, including flat-screen TVs, mini fridges, and coffeemakers.

    • Start the morning right with a trip to the Mountain Trail Cafe for breakfast. 
    • Hone your short game on the indoor putting green.
    • Splash around in the two-level indoor pool tucked inside a tropical atrium.

    Gatlinburg, Tennessee: Charming Artists’ Village amid Great Smoky Mountains

    Gatlinburg rests near Tennessee’s eastern border, less than 3 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Here, you can hike more than 100 trails that wind past waterfalls and pioneer-era log cabins tucked deep within densely forested mountains. Or, take a bicycle ride on the 11-mile loop through Cades Cove, a broad valley of open meadows where you can see deer, black bears, and wild turkeys. Clingmans Dome, the park’s highest point of elevation at 6,643 feet, is a great place to catch the sunset.

    Gatlinburg’s main attraction is probably the artists’ loop. It comprises more than 100 craft shops, studios, and cafés, and you can watch artisans as they hand weave baskets and whittle wooden figurines. Downtown Gatlinburg itself is a mountain village filled with old-fashioned ice-cream shops and boutiques selling housemade jams and decorative gewgaws.

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Glenstone Lodge

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