Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed & Breakfast Cabins

295 Kinser Park Lane, Greeneville, Tennessee 37743
Innkeeper(s): Pam Sadler
  • Cozy Cabins with Breakfast included near Cherokee National Forest

    Nolichuckey Bluffs offers comfortable accommodations with first-class amenities and warm hospitality. The cabins have beautiful river views with fire pits, a picnic pavilion, children's playground and orchard gardens.

  • Amenities

    Each cabin is equipped with

    • Central heat/air
    • Cable TV, VCR
    • Private Bathrooms
    • Fully equipped kitchen (with fridge, microwave & stove)
    • Fireplace (gas or wood)
    • Hair dryer, Iron / Ironing Board
    • Coffee Maker
    • Linens and Towels
    • Charcoal Grill

    Each cabin has access to

    • LaunDry Facility
    • Library with over 600 books and 200 videos
    • Full Breakfast available at Gramma's Cupboard

  • Home-Made Breakfast

    Our complimentary Breakfast is served at 9:oo am Sunday through Friday at Gramma's Cupboard, the family gathering place. Call ahead to make a  reservation.

    Pam & Debra prepare delicious pastries, blueberry pancakes, home-made granola, egg casseroles, fresh fruit and more. Check with us to find out what we have available this season.

    You can also stop by for a home made ice-cream sundae on a Summer afternoon. Our homemade flavors include vanilla-bean, oreo cookie, maple walnut, coffee, swiss chocolate, strawberry and other seasonal delights.

  • Local Attractions

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    East Tennessee and Greene County offers vacationers a wonderful mix of nature, history, and country charm. If you choose to leave Nolichuckey Bluffs and explore the surrounding areas, you’ll find great golf courses, hiking, a waterslide andswimming pool at the park down the road.

    Or you can visit the home of Andrew Johnson, the 17th President of the United States, Davy Crockett birthplace and museum, historic Jonesboro, Tennessee, Carter Fold Birthplace of Country Music, Cranberry Thistle, Nathaniel Greene Museum, Dickson-William Mansion, Greeneville Antique Market, Bristol Motor Speedway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cherokee National Forest, or the mountain resort of Gatlinburg, and the Biltmore House in Ashville, NC. Nolichuckey Bluffs can be a wonderful home base for a motorcycle tour on the country roads of Tennessee, or you can opt for a real adventure and go white-water rafting.

  • Great Smoky Mountain Wedding Chapel

    The beautiful rustic wedding chapel with four walls of glass provides a panoramic view of the river, woods, and mountains as you and your partner share in a simple, personalized wedding ceremony.

    Nolichuckey Bluffs can also provide the Picnic Pavilion next to the heart garden for your reception, and for the ultimate in romance and privacy, book one of our cabins with the luxury romance option to begin your life together.

    Overlooking the Nolichuckey River with a panoramic view of the foothills of the Smokey Mountains, your wedding can be staged at the 1930’s Log Cabin and then the bride and groom can ceremoniously walk from the Log Cabin through the wedding gardens and into the wedding chapel for the service.

    To learn more about the Wedding Chapel and accompanying services that are available, please call 423-329-9633. Special wedding packages are available for the Log Cabin and Wedding Chapel.

  • Insider's Info

    Why do most travelers stay at your inn? 

    The relaxing and peaceful surroundings combined with a comfortable cabin that includes the amenities of home.

    What are you best known for? What makes your inn unique? What do you love most about your inn?

    Making our guests feel like they are part of the family - an important part. We provide just enough privacy to really get away and relax, while also creating new friendships. Many times over a delicious breakfast, we sit around and visit for so long that we start joking about getting lunch ready!

    If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?

    Down-home southern hospitality! Enough country warmth yet lots to do just a short distance off the front porch of your cabin - Appalachian Trail, Blue Ridge Parkway, Davey Crockett birthplace, Carter Fold, great places to antique, hiking, birding, white water rafting, an endangered species zoo, photography, just to name a few things....

    What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?

    "Nolichuckey Bluffs reflects the beauty of Greene County. The views are great. The food was delicious – including the homemade blackberry ice cream. The company at breakfast was pleasant. But it’s really the people who make a place and our host at Nolichuckey Bluffs made us feel welcomed, comfortable, and at home." Mike Burns, South Carolina House of Representatives, 17th District

    What’s the best kept secret about the area?

    Beauty of the sunrise over the rolling foothills of the smoky mountains from the front porch of the Log Cabin.

    If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?

    Be sure to have a bonfire with smores, but during the day you might go antiquing, visit the historic sites, sit on your front porch with a good book and a cup of sweet tea, and simply be still.

    Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?

    We have an antique grist mill on property and it is surrounded by an untouched eco-system of native plants. In addition, we have a fruit orchard, organic garden, nature trail, and 9 hole disc golf course. And then just down the road from us is the county park with a water slide, swimming pool, soccer and softball field.

    What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?

    Homemade pizza in our earthen oven .... or Brumley's at the General Morgan Inn .... or The Farmer's Daughter.

    Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?

    We've been told that we have a fantastic website and if you click on the location tab you'll see everything from places to eat, to places to hike, entertainment options, and shopping. We also try to keep updated with local festivals and activities in the surrounding areas.

    How many rooms does your inn have? 

    We have 8 cabins and most of the cabins have two bedrooms each and a full kitchen, living and dining area.

    Do you accept pets?

    Happily! We are animal lovers and know what an important part of the family they are. If you're willing to respect and care for the cabin furniture and linens, we welcome your furry companion.


  • Directions

    Directions from Knoxville

    1. Take I-40 east to I-81 North to exit 23 which is 11E towards Greeneville
    2. Go 12 miles to Business 11-E
    3. Turn right towards Greeneville about 1/4 mile is a stop light
    4. Turn right on Hwy 70
    5. Follow Hwy 70 about 6 miles South to East Allens Bridge Road
    6. Turn Left. Go 2.5 miles and turn right
    7. .1 mile and turn right and .8 mile and turn right on Kinser Park Lane
    8. All turns starting at the left turn in East Allens Bridge Road are indicated by signs to Kinser Park
    9. On Kinser Park Lane go the second drive on the left for the Log and Dogwood Cabins
    10. It is paved at the top but you need to follow the gravel drive that goes down the hill (not the paved part to the left)
    11. At the bottom of the hill the Log Cabin is on the left, the Dogwood on the right
    12. For the Redbud and Twin Oaks Cabins go to the third driveway on the left and follow the signs

    Directions from Bristol, TN Take I-81 to exit 36

    1. Turn left towards Greeneville on Hwy 172
    2. Go 12 miles to the first stop sign
    3. Turn right and drive through Greeneville
    4. You will be on Hwy 321
    5. Outside of the main town you will come to Hyw 70
    6. An auto parts store is on the left at that corner
    7. Turn left on Hwy 70, go about 5 miles south and turn left on east Allens Bridge Road
    8. Then follow the directions in paragraph two above

    Directions from Asheville, NC From the intersection of I-26 and I-40 take I-240 towards Asheville

    1. Take the US 23-19 exit off I-240 (left exit toward Weaverville)
    2. Then take the US 25-70 exit towards Marshall, many miles later US 25-70 turns left and the road going straight is Hwy 208
    3. Go straight. There is a sign indicating the miles to Greeneville at that point
    4. Hwy 208 becomes Hwy 70 at the Tennessee state line
    5. Go the 10th miles post and turn right on East Allens Bridge Road
    6. Then follow the directions in paragraph 2 above