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I never quite know how to rate hotels -- so I rate them according to what they say they are. Big Lynn Lodge isn't fancy, but it's clean (most important to me), beds are comfortable, food is delicious, people are extremely friendly (but not intrusive),...More
The Big Lynn is a cosy collection of cottages perched on a ridge of the Smokies. I think it's been there since the 1930s, but the cottages have been renovated and modernized to some extent recently. That doesn't spoil the homey experience. Breakfast and dinner...More
this is a wonderful, inexpensive but Rustic lodge. If you are looking for updated frills - go somewhere else...If you want to experience beautiful sunrises/sunsets, relaxed atmosphere and a touch of 1950's resort life....make sure to stop and stay! You will not regret it. The...More
t was a nice and relaxing atmosphere! We went with a group of Motorcycle riders and The owners were very nice and accommodating! They even prepared a Gluten Free meal for me. Also the Owner came out and said Thank you to everyone; a nice...More
Ok I must be getting old but as I was riding my Crossbone through the Blue Ridge I found myself daydreaming of the happy vacations of my childhood in the 60s.
Of course those lodges of the past no longer had holes in the screens,...More
Several rooms are pet friendly including small dogs. We have visited several times taking our 4 pound Yorkie with an extra charge of $20.00 per stay. We have not been to Emerald Village but understand it is within a few... More
Several rooms are pet friendly including small dogs. We have visited several times taking our 4 pound Yorkie with an extra charge of $20.00 per stay. We have not been to Emerald Village but understand it is within a few miles of Big Lynn Lodge. You wil love the friendly people.