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961 Campbell Lead Road, Gatlinburg, TN 37738, United States of America – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 117 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at The Lodge at Buckberry Creek.
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Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Fishing, Hiking, Fitness Center, Massage, Game Room
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not needed).
Packed Lunches, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Ticket Service, Concierge Service, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
From 4:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One child from 6 to 12 years is charged USD 10 per night when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 35 per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
There is no capacity for cribs in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Score from 407 reviews Good
Great atmosphere. Excellent service and accommodation.
Everything about the hotel ant the location in the National Park
Location is gorgeous and private and a nice Smoky Mts. experience
Lots of stairs with no elevator and no help with luggage.
Lovely spot outside of Gatlinburg. Great dinner on the outside patio
Great staff who made you feel at home. Beautiful views,totally relaxing,and great food!
The main lodge was wonderful, and the view from the main lodge was wonderful... breakfast... wonderful. And after a very scary moment at the Pavilion a staff member was there to help us within minutes... for which I will always be grateful !!!
The pics on website were kind of deceiving... The room was very simple. But once we read info in our room we understood the concept, but was still less than we expected. The view from the balcony was obstructed by a big tree and a big dead tree... And there was another door from neighboring room that was off our balcony that made me VERY uncomfortable. And finally was surprised at how easy it was to hear the guests above us...
The view was outstanding,great fall trip
Location is away from busy Gatlinburg Beautiful view of the mountains Very clean room (including clean hot tub) Kitchen facilities including a cooker, dishwasher and fridge Beautiful maintained pavillion down by the creek Friendly and attentive staff
Unless you are on the top floor, you can hear the guests moving around their rooms in the rooms above you Building 5 furthest away from the reception have some trees obscuring the view and its close to a road The traffic going in to the smoky mountains national park was very bad - however not the fault of the resort. Would suggest entering the park from Cherokee, North Carolina
The views were beautiful. Staff friendly and helpful. Accommodation were cozy.
Fantastic views Fireplace in room Upper patio overlooking mountains with firepit, rocking chairs, and blankets.
Restaurant selections are very limited and over priced. Parking is a problem. Lines need to be painted or log stoppers need to be adjusted to keep people from taking 3 spaces each. Jacuzzi tub didn't work. We think it was turned off to keep noise down. No place to buy even a snack.
There is nothing not to like about Buckberry Creek. An Idyllic resort in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. Highly recommended top quality resort
...I didn't see any bears ! ...This time ...
The Lodge was seriously a sanctuary in a town that can seem so tourist-y. The rooms are beautiful - we walked in with the fire place lit and the amazing view from the patios are breathe taking for us city folks! The entire lodge is so quiet and peaceful. Also, we loved getting a hot breakfast every morning that was included in our room stay; the outdoor patio with light music playing in the background is the best way to start your day in relax mode. We also visited the national park and downtown for a day and found that we were a five minute drive, yet still far enough to be so secluded from the main path. Our suite was very clean and the main facilities were very clean and tidy as well. We loved our stay and will definitely be returning in the future!
There are only a few things we noticed that we weren't huge fans of and that included construction; our building is right next to a lodge that is currently under construction and all their trucks and utility vehicles in the small, tight roads made us feel a little cramped. Also, the maid service comes in the afternoons after the 11am check-in time. Our building was the farthest away so our service didn't happen until 2:30p or 3p every day, which we felt was a little awkward for us; For example, we went on a morning hike and got back around 1:30p - as we were making lunch/getting cleaned up the staff walking in to make our room and we had to ask them to come back the next day, which meant we ran out of essentials like toilet paper. Lastly, our room was below another and we could hear creeks and some movement above us sometimes when the guests above were walking around in their rooms.
The view, seclusion and overall look/feel of the place.
We wanted to enjoy a drink Sunday evening on their provided deck. Only to find out the town doesn't sell alcohol on Sundays and the bar at the lodge was closed due to them having to give the guy a day off. We also asked for special requests to be fulfilled which never were completed at our arrival. The "free breakfast" was a joke and only included bagels. You have to buy anything else you want. For 215+ a night, you would think you would get a little bit more than what was provided.
Beautiful suite with whirlpool and balcony. Frette linens to soothe and pamper. We had each meal on the deck overlooking the mountains. Could have stayed longer.
One of the roads up there was hair-raising at night. Ask for suggested route.
Beds were comfortable and view from Dining room was nice.
Room smelled really musky and moldy, and we had no hot water for shower on 2nd day.
nice bathroom beautiful view of the mountains quiet location
Hard to find; no signs of how to get there. A simple breakfast compared with our expectations.
The room had an amazing view. We were on our honeymoon and enjoyed spending time just admiring the mountain range. The room was clean, cozy and spacious. We didn't want to leave! All over the grounds there was a quiet peacefulness. The staff were friendly and accommodating. We know nothing about hiking but decided to give it a try. The staff gave us great directions to the trail that we decided on. There are even trails on the property but we didn't have time to explore them. Breakfast was delicious and the view from the outdoor section of the restaurant was breathtaking! It was the perfect place for us: peaceful, laid back, and gorgeous. We will always cherish the fond memories of the Lodge.
Great view and location. Room was large and beautiful.
When first arrived, greeting at front desk was not warm.
Cookies were a nice touch, rooms were very nice.
would have been nice to have a hot tub and pool on site. Balcony was small.
the path behind the lodge, was so nice.
Everything, the staff the view the comfort I we felt when we stayed everything was excellent.
The rooms are great size. Loved the jacuzzi tub and slept wonderfully in the bed. The view was amazing! Staff is very friendly!
The continental breakfast good but not great.
location-short drive to main street gatlinburg, a lot of amenities-hike to creek, great restaurant onsite
a little pricey dinner menu
We were there for one night only for our anniversary, the first time we got away since my breast cancer. We paid more than what we could have for a hotel but chose the rustic outdoor attraction of this facility. there was a power outage at 4 in the morning and I woke up to pitch darkness,which freaked me out. We had to get in our vehicle and drive down to the main lobby and the guy working just said "nobody else has power either" No apology! We wound up with no buffet breakfast, no air conditioning, no power to watch tv or listen to radio, no way to blow dry or fix my hair to go out in town. Our food and drinks in the frig were a waste and did not have morning coffee in the room. When we checked out at 11 am ,there was still no power . We had planned to at least sleep in a bit but was up from the crack of dawn because of the power issue. I asked when leaving about a discount in my rate or some compensation and they looked at me like I was crazy. We left very disappointed and had to buy a late breakfast downtown and spend more money. Feel like we wasted over $200 for one night and thought we would e able to even eat our anniversary dinner there that night but the food was outrageous and could not afford it.the room smelled very musty but the view was nice. the jetted tub did not work, it shot water to the ceiling and we had to clean it up. I have lupus and hoped to soak after a long day to be able to relax . All the reasons we booked here were a failure . Money is an issue for us and I feel it was money wasted.