The Little Greenbrier Lodge was once operated exclusively as a fine guest hotel and restaurant in the Smokies. Built in 1939 and having been well preserved and cared for, this special place speaks to those who listen with the warmth and peacefulness of the mountains. Today at the Little Greenbrier Lodge is to experience the richness and warmth of a period gone by. You are invited to enjoy this quiet retreat and to adjust your pace accordingly and may your stay here be very special.
This is one of the oldest lodging facilities located at the border of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in beautiful Wears Valley. For the hiker Little Greenbrier Lodge is located right next to the park and 150 yards from the Little Greenbrier Trailhead.
While maintaining its integrity and historic value the 10 guest rooms were furnished with Oriental rugs, antique furniture, quilts and comforters (no TVs in bedrooms). All rooms have full access to relaxing decks overlooking tranquil Wears Valley. The view of the valley provides a perfect backdrop. The antique parlor invites you to enjoy the peace, quiet, privacy and southern hospitality of Little Greenbrier Lodge. All rooms recapture yesteryear charm with an antique Victorian decor.
Nature's four seasons provide the backdrop to this charming bed and breakfast. Whether you prefer the greening spring, languid summer afternoons, colorful autumn foliage or winter-white mornings, you will delight in a stay at the Little Greenbrier Lodge, a paradise for nature lovers, artists and photographers. Cades Cove, Dollywood, Outlet malls, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, numerous antique and craft shops, golf courses and much more are all within 30 minutes of the lodge. Or, you may want to just sit on the balcony and enjoy one of God's creations - the view.
Maximum occupancy: 20
Balcony, Deck or Patio
Bonus / Rec room
Laundry area - inside
Stove / Oven