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Located in Middlesboro, within 13 miles of Pine Mountain State Resort Park and 14 miles of Pine Mountain State Resort Park, Econo Lodge provides accommodations with free WiFi throughout the property. Staff was helpful and friendly, rooms were clean.
Located in Pineville, Pine Mountain State Resort Park has free WiFi, and guests can enjoy a restaurant, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and a shared lounge. Even though the restaurant was closed due to corona, we were able to place orders and take it back to the room. They had a nice selection for both breakfast and dinner. Hannah at check in was great and very helpful. My daughter has medicine that needs to be kept cold and we went to the desk and asked if they could refrigerate it for us, as we didn't have a fridge in the room. Hannah comes around the corner carrying a fridge! She took it to the room for us and got us going. I was so relieved and thankful she did this! She is a gem for sure! We enjoyed our stay and we will be back for sure!
The Tazewell Motor Lodge is a 10 minute drive from Lincoln Memorial University. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and cable TV with the HBO movie channel in every room. Wasn't expecting the rooms to be as nice as they were - the beds and linens were modern. Bathroom was very clean. I did ask for a coffee pot and coffee in the room which were immediately given to us in addition to making sure we had creamer and sugar. The fridge and microwave were in excellent condition. Patrick was very helpful about the area and he really made sure we were having a nice stay.
Featuring free WiFi, Best Western Wilderness Trail Inn offers accommodations in Barbourville, just 23 miles from London. I have been going to Barbourville for 3 years to watch my son play football. Didn’t even know this hotfel was there. Was surprised how friendly everyone was an how nice the facilities were. Will definitely stay again!
Be careful when you visit the parks around here. They are very clean and beautiful, however most of the sights require some walking and hiking. If you do not want to hike some distances, don't plan a lot of time, only a few things to see from the car. For most this will be fine, but my wife has trouble walking and we did not realize how much walking was involved. I did what I could without leaving her alone very long. If you like to walk and hike, this area is great, very quite and un crowded. Great place to see and experience the peace and wonders of God's creation.
Advertised breakfast all they had was stale pastries and miniature muffins were hard and dried out. Knowing that they had a drug pusher arrested on the property less than 2 hrs after I checked out definitely has an effect on the way I feel about Middlesboro Inn
This is the second visit to Cumberland gap for us. If you want enjoy this area, I guess two day's stay might be recommended. 1:At the visitor center you can see the film which tells the history of camber land gap as well as asking advice from the ranger. 2: The cave tour tells both the historical and geological formation. The rangers are friendly and respond to your various questions including habitats such as bats or other animals in the cave. 3: Sand cave and white rock hiking is recommended as far as we know.
beautiful surroundings, countryside. Especially in the Fall. Food choices are limited and restaurants cannot serve alcohol if seating under 100 people. History of the area is interesting and exploring Cumberland Gap is worthwhile.
It is in a Dry county. Dont expect to have a drink with dinner. Not much to do. Only takes a short time to go thru Cumberland National Park. Unless you are a hiker. Cant think of a reason to go back.
I got to see relation and did get to see other things that I didn't know was where they were. We ate at Cracker Barrel which was ok and we got food from Conley's. They have the best milk shakes ever. We also went to Kroger's and got some snacks and some luncheon meat and ate in our room. The whole weekend was great but too short.