Our brand new Hampton Inn Dandridge opened May 5, 2010. Breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains and pristine pastoral landscapes are the gift wrapping to Jefferson County's history and cultural heritage. One of the oldest counties in Tennessee is home to two of the state's largest lakes and one of the south's best colleges. Old fashioned southern hospitality can be experienced in each town and throughout the county. From historic Dandridge to the Victorian Splendor of Glenmore Mansion to the docks and marinas that dot the edges of the lakes and rivers, Jefferson County is pleasing to the eye and the heart. The Hampton Inn Dandridge is the perfect connecting point to big-city entertainment in Knoxville, the natural wonders of the Smoky Mountains and the renowned attractions of nearby Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Head into nearby Knoxville to see the famous University of Tennessee/Neyland Stadium or to ride the Three Rivers Rambler excursion train - it's only a short drive from our hotel in Dandridge. Explore one of America's great natural treasures - the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, with 500,000 acres of forest and a massive ecological haven that is the only habitat on earth for several plant and animal species - and it is just minutes from our Dandridge hotel. A short drive to Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg brings you to Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, the Dollywood theme park, the Dolly Parton's Stampede and the Ober Gatlinburg. Of course you can always relax with a bit of shopping at the nearby Tanger Outlet Mall. Get more inside tips on the many nearby attractions and activities from the friendly team at our Dandridge hotel.
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