Gorgeous setting well off the beaten path. They have so many things to do. You will not have cell service out here, so kick back and enjoy nature, it will be waiting for you when you get back to civilization.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking
Gorgeous setting well off the beaten path. They have so many things to do. You will not have cell service out here, so kick back and enjoy nature, it will be waiting for you when you get back to civilization.MoreShow less
Thank you for your review. Fontana Village Resort is the perfect place to unplug, relax, and unwind.
Just an outstanding Inn in the Mountains of NC. You will not be disappointed. Lots of things to do outdoors. The Inn has plenty of rooms and a nice restaurant with a wrap around deck. Staff does Some-ores over a wood fireplace in the evenings.
Thank you for your review! Activities for everyone abound at Fontana Village Resort. Our summer night bonfires in the Village Center are not to be missed, all guests are welcome!
Cabins need a desperate makeover.Dirty,musty and damp.Lack of utensils,plans not even kitchen towels or a potholder.No icemaker because it broke and pulled out.Surface stove light burned out.Showers are old and faucets broke in shower.Bed linens old and thin.Windows filthy and screens ripped or missing. No way you could open windows for fresh air.Carpets torn in both bedrooms.Such a terrible experience we left three days early. Icould go on but my friends where expecting a fun mountain retreat and we ended up leaving!! Oh had a hard time getting in because doorknob and lock was broken.This resort needs a massive remodel. Never again at this resort!!
Thank you for your review. I am sorry to hear that your stay was anything less than amazing.
We stayed for 3 nights in a regular resort room. The room was acceptable except that there is no iron in the room is if you have rumpled clothes in your suitcase there is no way to remedy this and the bathroom door (room 121) is hard to close without slamming it. The room could use a small occasion or coffee Table in the sitting area in order to enjoy a beverage with out having to put your drink on the floor. Breakfast was overpriced and undercooked in the lodge, dinner was mediocre and overpriced at the grill. There are little food choices outside of the resort without traveling at least 30 minutes. Robbinsville is 30 minutes away and has a great Mexican restaurant and a couple of good breakfast places. The grounds of the resort at quite nice. Wifi was acceptance overall but this location is very secluded for cell phone users, neither a Canadian phone nor a Verizon phone can get service here but is great if you want to "unplug".
Thank you for your review. Irons and ironing boards are available from the Front Desk to borrow for your room. Cell phone service is limited due to the remote nature of our location, please be aware of this prior to travel.
Stayed in an "Upgraded Cabin" with my wife and another couple in September, after the busy season. Terrible experience. Cabin was dirty, musty and in serious need of remodeling. The carpets were dirty, dingy and worn. The "pergo" floor was warped and worn. The shades were old and smelly. There were no screens in the windows. Kitchen lacked needed utensils, silverware, etc. The water heater struggled. Add the fact that dump trucks working on a local road continuously drove past our cabin all day, every day. So unenjoyable that we left 3 days early even though we had prepaid and weren't given a refund. What more can I say? However, the restaurant in the lodge was very good, as were the servers.
Thank you for your review.
I was hiking in March of 2017 and needed to get off the trail due to a storm. Room was small but it was perfect for a hiker. I regrouped and stayed nice and dry for that storm. I would stay here again. Nice and clean with friendly employees.
Thank you for staying with us during this difficult time as the storms hit the Smoky Mountains from hurricane Irma. Glad that we could offer some comfort off of the trail.