Opened the same year Kate Smith first sang "God Bless America," Babe Ruth was hired as a first-base coach for the Brooklyn Dodgers, and the federal minimum wage was 25¢ an hour, Buckhorn Inn's classic Southern charm and location near Great Smoky Mountains National Park have kept visitors returning for more than a three-quarters of a century. Whether you stay in a traditional room or a private guesthouse or cottage, you'll enjoy spectacular mountain views, hiking on the
30-acre property, and access to one of the largest meditation labyrinths in America. Dining is an integral part of the experience, with Southern-influenced menus and reasonable prices. A full breakfast is included in the room rate—try the almond-crusted French toast.