Stay in the East TN Mountains!

Stay in the East TN Mountains!

Cumberland Gap, TN

Cumberland Gap, TN

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Snuggled in East Tennessee's beautiful Cumberland Mountains since the 1800s and operating as a B&B for more than 15 years, Olde Mill Inn Bed and Breakfast has eight large, comfortable, uniquely decorated guest rooms each with its own private bath. It is a perfect place for a quiet, secluded getaway for relaxation, romance, or adventure. The inn is nestled among the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in a town described as "Mayberry" or "Stars Hollow" is only 90 minutes from Knoxville. Come luxuriate in one of the inn's cozy rooms, listen for the quiet whispers from the past from Gap Creek, the old water wheel, or the 200-year-old Iron Furnace, explore 85 miles of National Park trails, watch the sunrise and sunset in awe from the breathtaking Pinnacle Overlook, and enjoy all the Cumberland Gap region has to offer. INCLUDES: - One night accommodation - Daily homemade breakfast (room service available) - Snack & water bottle treat bag - 30% discount on additional nights added to this stay The Olde Mill Inn Bed & Breakfast is the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of life. No traffic, no crowds... just lots of rest for your body and soul. Details: 1 nights / 1 bedrooms / Sleeps up to 2 Restrictions: Subject to availability. Not valid over holidays. Room with 3-4 person occupancy may be available upon request. You'll contact the provider directly within 12 months of purchase to select dates and book the package. Valid: Valid Dec 1 - Feb 28

BREAKFAST Wake to the smell of freshly-baked croissants. Enjoy your morning coffee in the privacy of your room, on the large deck, or in the living room. A hot and hearty homemade breakfast consisting of multiple items is delivered to you either in the dining room or in your room between 9:00 - 9:15 am. Some of our delicious breakfast favorites include: Fluffy egg casseroles, delicate quiches, blueberry pancake bake, bacon hashbrown casseroles, savory cheese grits, a variety of sausages, muffins, croissants, yogurt and fresh fruit treats! Dietary Restrictions: Let the inn know of any dietary restrictions at the time of booking or before check-in, so that they may accommodate your request. Advanced notice increases the opportunity to have the ingredients on hand to meet your needs. ACTIVITIES NEARBY Watch a movie about the Gap and pioneer life at the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park Visitor Center. Explore Civil War sites, Appalachian Hensley Settlement and Iron furnace Shop for a perfect gift in the Cumberland Gap Artists' Co-op Walk the Wilderness Road in the footsteps of Daniel Boone, Shawnee Indians and buffalo Visit the Abraham Lincoln Museum on the campus of LMU *- or the Little Congress Bicycle Museum next door to us! Kayak or Tube on the Powell River and boat on Norris Lake Discover Pine Mountain State Park (KY) and Wilderness Road State Park (VA) Explore the region with day trips to Harlan, Rogersville, Kingsport, Johnson City, Jonesborough, Dandridge, Jefferson City, Knoxville, Sevierville, Pigeon Force, and Gatlinburg.


“Loved staying in this historic property. It was perfect! You can even access a trail head right down the street. The small town is so cute and had several dining choices. This property had a great breakfast around a large table shared with other guests. That in itself was kind of fun. Our room had the millstone outside the window so we were serenaded with running water all night. Be sure to reserve in advance. It’s a lovely place to stay” - Rosemary K.

“Such a cool old building. The room was clean, comfortable and quaint yet with modern updates - nice bathroom, shower and air conditioning!! Breakfast was included and they were nice enough to accommodate us wanting to get an early start with a “to go” meal.” - Suzanne S.

“This place is a gem! Our family of 4 stayed overnight on our way to Hilton Head from Ohio. Perfect hosts, excellent room (we stayed in the Thomas Walker annex), and the community in this picturesque town of Cumberland Gap is awesome. We did several hikes that are in walking distance of the Inn. And the the breakfast!!! what a great way to start the morning and the rest of our trip. I would recommend this place 12 out of 10 times to anyone!!!” - Kenneth C.

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