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Since 1960 Historic full service Restaurant open everyday. Regional menu and daily buffet. Live Music,. Vintage & Unique. A must see in Tennessee. Vacation Cabins, Mountain Lodge.
Old- Fashioned Southern Cooking. A family tradition for generations.
Conveniently located between Nashville and Memphis, The Commodore Hotel and Cafe, blends historic charm with modern comfort.
Bald River Falls
200 Years of Tradition - Still Crafting the Legacy
On the south end of Jefferson county, located off interstates 81 & 40. Douglas Lake Weaves through the foothills of the Great Smoky Mts and offers lodging, campgrounds, historic heritage and boating all year long.
The Museum of Appalachia, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is a living history museum--a pioneer mountain farm-village that lends voice to the people of Southern Appalachia through the artifacts and stories they left behind.
Spacious studio, 1-, and 2-bedroom resort suites sleep 2-6 with separate rooms, full kitchen, washer/dryer, whirlpool tub (select), free Wi-Fi, dining area & balcony!
Mountain Harbor Inn- Dandridge
Sunrise in Cades Cove
Knoxville, Tennessee is full of delicious food choices, beautiful outdoor scenery and cultural offerings sure to make you want to visit again and again.
Trace the values and events that made BUSH'S BEST® what it is today.
The Pink Palace Museum allows visitors to walk through the science and cultural history of the MidSouth.
A Nashville Tradition Since 1951.
With more than 150 waterfalls, 1,200 miles of nearby lake shoreline and world-renowned sports/fitness opportunities, Cookeville is "A Natural Fit." Cultural and culinary experiences round out your trip creating memories to be savored for a lifetime.
Oldest Stone Dam in Tennessee. Full service Restaurant overlooking dam and waterwall.
A Southern Dining Experience Unlike Any Other
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