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The Inn is a beautiful location with well-appointed rooms. We were in the Stickley Room which had a stunning view of the mountains. The room was comfortable though not as clean as we would expect. The seating, bed and bathroom were all very comfortable. The...More
Tucked away on the quiet side of the Smokies is a delightful bed and breakfast made in the shape of an Appalachian Cantlever barn. Each of the rooms honors someone who was influential in Appalachian culture. Our room was very comfortable and interestingly decorated, and...More
Response from RichmontInn, Owner at Richmont Inn
Thank you for taking your valuable time to write about your stay with us. We appreciate your nice comments and hope you will return another time in the near future. May you have a blessed day. Kindest personal regards, Susan Hind
This is a nice isolated Inn located high in the woods, I have a problem with the term luxury being used in some descriptions. I will spell out below.
First the pros. I will review the main building and grounds. All rooms are well decorated...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and would recommend. Casual country Luxury. Breakfasts were delicious and staff are very friendly. Piped music and dessert options in the evenings. Converted barn style b&b. We had private balcony. Small with view of small garden area and pond in...More
I was there for a wedding nearby. The season was coming to an end for the area. Lovely fall colors and great gateway to the Smokey Mountains. The inn keepers were pleasant people to talk to. They served us breakfast and a dessert in the...More
I am looking for a cabin or hotel where my son’s family (who live in North Carolina) and I (living in Nashville) can meet for Thanksgiving day. I understand there would probably be a minimum stay because of the holidays…which is fine. Is your place available? If not, do you know of one that might be available? Price is not a factor. If not a hotel...then ideally a creekside cabin. No more than two rooms would be needed as 4 people would sleep over. Another 6 would visit for the day and we could eat at a local restaurant if your restaurant is not prepared to handle a group of 10.
28 September 2015|
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"Stickley Room has an unobstructed view of the mountains."