Blackberry Farm


  • Wonderful setting and hospitality
  • Activities include children's programs


  • Remote and rural
  • Dedicated urbanites may have difficulty adjusting to the quiet and stillness

Published 07/23/2015

Fodor's Review

Sprawled over more than 4,200 acres with fantastic views of the Smoky Mountains, this rustic spread, complete with red barn, hides a luxurious country retreat with refined service. Rooms in the main house, a striking edifice of Tennessee fieldstone, have divine featherbeds and are turned out with elegant furnishings. If you decide to splurge and stay in one of the outlying cottages or guest houses, you'll get additional touches like vaulted ceilings and verandas. Rocking chairs are waiting for you to ease back with a favorite beverage, while fantastic meals in the dining room feature ingredients from the farm's gardens and animals, with dishes that give a nod to both Southern classics and innovative new preparations. A wealth of outdoor activities and the on-site spa provides options for recreation as well as relaxation. There's also a brewery. Rates start at $745 double (plus tax and service), including all meals, snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks, and go much, much higher. Two- to four-night minimum stays required.

Hotel Information


1471 West Millers Cove Rd., Walland, Tennessee, 37886, United States

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865-984–8166; 800-648-2348-reservations

Hotel Details:

  • 62 rooms
  • Rate includes: All meals

Published 07/23/2015


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