Nolichuckey Bluffs is as its name implies situation on a bluff overlooking the Nolichuckey River. It is made up of 8 units in seven buildings that have between one and three bedrooms. It is self-catering with the option to have breakfast, every day at Grandma’s Cupboard. If you are traveling with children, this is an especially good option. There is plenty of open space at the top of the bluff and a small playground area where “les enfant” can amuse themselves.
If you are traveling without children there are two cabins that offer the option of the luxury package. You get to use a large Jacuzzi tub and are provided with bathrobes and a fresh flowers on arrival. The tub is only for your use, you don’t have to share it. The way the cabins are situated, there is plenty of privacy as well if you “want to be alone”.
The cabins are tastefully decorated and your every comfort has been anticipated. The living rooms have comfortable furniture for relaxing all of the cabins have either a fireplace or a stove to add a touch of warmth and ambiance.
Beds are comfortable and there are plenty of extra blankets and pillows. The rooms are designed with enough lamps and comfortable places to sit and read. The cabins are supplied with a few books and magazines. There is a library at Grandma’s Cupboard if you are looking for reading material and there are also DVD’s. The listing of what is available is in the books provided within each cabin.
The kitchens are fully equipped with a stove, refrigerator and microwave. There are dishes, glasses, cups, a coffeemaker, silverware, cleaning supplies and dish towels provided. When you arrive there will be a welcome basket on the table to get you started. It includes enough coffee for two pots, a package of microwave popcorn, some home baked cookies and if you are really lucky a fresh baked banana nut bread. You will feel very welcome indeed. ‘
The bathroom is supplied with a small amenities basket as well as plenty of towels. Some cabins have more than one so be sure to check the descriptions of the cabins carefully. Their web-site does a great job of telling you exactly what you get in each cabin as far as space and amenities. Some of the cabins are riverfront and some are higher up on the bluff.
Breakfast is self-serve on the continental portion of the meal, they have bead to toast, orange juice, coffee, yogurt, cereal and fruit. The cooked portion will vary and can be eggs cooked your way and homemade Belgian Waffles.
Brooke and Pat are very warm and friendly hosts and have led a fascinating life. Their story is also included in the books in the cabins. They are happy to provide any information you may need about the area or to just sit and chat. Rates are very reasonable and you will be guaranteed a very comfortable stay at Nolichuckey Bluffs.
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