Gracehill Bed and Breakfast
Romantic Gracehill, winner three years in a row of Inn Traveler's "Best Scenic View from a B&B in the United States". One guest says,"...this is beyond elegant, it's exquisite." One of Townsend, TN's crown jewels, Gracehill is the highest home in the county, with a 360-degree mountain top view of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Gracehill borders on the Park and your privacy is second only to the view.
Breakfast is a three-course candlelight affair. Early riser? We start off with fresh ground coffee, juice, or tea. Sit in solitude on the veranda and enjoy watching the world wake up. The fragrance wafting from the kitchen will give you a preview of what is coming out of the oven. Menus are different every day starting off with a fresh baked pastry, fresh fruit, and main course. We use different china, silver, crystal and flower arrangements each day.
Location is your choice-- the front veranda with a 1600 foot drop over looking the Townsend/Tuckaleechee Cove, the formal dining room, the morning room with a blazing fire, or the rear garden patio surrounded by water, flowers and hummingbirds.
Completed in the fall of 2000 some of the amenities include pillow top king beds, whirlpools, outdoor hot tub, steam shower, large fluffy robes and bathroom guest amenities, fireplaces, large LED HD flat screen TVs with blue ray DVD and VCR player, fitness center, massages, library, 12 foot ceilings, original art work, garden patios, multi level verandas, WI-FI, guest computer, free U.S. long distance phone service, copy machine, and FAX.
In the middle of a triangle formed by Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and Townsend, we are only minutes from all three. In Townsend you have the natural beauty and serenity of the Cades Cove entrance to the National Park. Hiking, biking, hiking, fly-fishing, tubing, caving, auto touring, spend a day at leisure and feel you have stepped back in time. Gracehill is also eleven miles from a "shop till you drop" experience in Pigeon Forge. Music theaters, outlet malls, and Dollywood are but 20 minutes away. Take a little-used entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and drive gorgeous River Road to Gatlinburg less than 15 miles away. Fine restaurants, shopping, the aquarium, the arts and crafts community, and Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail are the best Gatlinburg has to offer.
A beautiful sunrise, an elegant breakfast, a day spent doing nothing or everything and the romance of watching the sun go down over the mountain ranges of the Great Smokies. Experience an intimate setting in a place of grandeur. Black Tie Class, Blue Jean Comfort.