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Romantic Smoky Mountain Bed & Breakfasts and Inns

Country Inns and B&Bs are known for their comfortable accommodations, exceptional amenities and unique ambiance, reflecting the taste and personality of the owner-innkeepers. Find a Bryson City B&B or Inn for your next outdoor adventure or romantic getaway. Search by name or by amenities. Click thumbnails to enlarge.


  • Historic Calhoun Hotel

    Contact Name: Luke Hyde
    Address: 135 Everett Street
    Bryson City

    Historic hotel within walking distance of Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, located in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains. Fifteen rooms, most with private bath. Spacious front porch with rocking chairs, antiques, period furniture, and handmade quilts. Family style meals arranged in advance featuring authentic Appalachian foods such as teas, homemade jams, jellies, cobblers, sourwood honey and hot biscuits. V/MC/DS.
  • McKinley Edwards Inn

    Contact Name: Janice Gallagher
    Address: 208 Arlington Avenue
    Bryson City

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    McKinley Edwards Inn offers upscale boutique hotel lodging in a historic Bryson City landmark only minutes from downtown Bryson City. We offer 13 large guest rooms plus a two-bedroom, one bath cottage with three queens, and hide-a-bed and full kitchen, and feature three pet friendly rooms. Guests receive  a continental breakfast in the main house, which has multiple common rooms for activities such as TV, movies, board games and visiting. There is a large public great room for events, workshops and small weddings. Take a virtual tour    
  • Calhoun House Inn & Suites

    Contact Name: Ed and Shirley Ciociola
    Address: 110 Bryson Avenue
    Bryson City

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    Historic Inn features spacious 4-room & 5-room suites with private entrances, private baths with Jacuzzi tubs, fully equipped kitchens, pillow top mattresses, and long range mountain views; two blocks from downtown Bryson City and the Great Smoky Mountains Railroad depot. Two miles from the Deep Creek area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Continental breakfast provided in room. Free Wi-Fi. Modern amenities like independent central air & heat in each suite, natural gas fireplaces and everything you need for a comfortable stay, this place feels 'just like home'. Take a virtual tour
  • Fryemont Inn

    Address: 245 Fryemont Street
    Bryson City

    On the National Register of Historic Places, the Fryemont Inn has been a tradition in mountain hospitality since 1923. There are 32 rooms and suites in the Historic Lodge and 8 luxury cottage suites with fireplaces, and a 2 bedroom cabin adjacent to the swimming pool. The cabin is a pet-friendly accommodation. The Historic Lodge & Restaurant are open mid-April through Thanksgiving weekend. Rates during that time include a full breakfast and a 4 course dinner. The cabin and fireplace suites are open all year. Free Wi-Fi in lobby. Take a virtual tour
  • Folkestone Inn B&B

    Contact Name: Scott & Toni Rowe
    Address: 101 Folkestone Road
    Bryson City

    Phone Two: TF: 888-812-3385

    A quiet and comfortable bed and breakfast located near the Deep Creek entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, just two miles north of Bryson City. Originally a 1920s mountain farmhouse, the Folkestone offers ten guest rooms, all with private baths. Upstairs rooms feature private balconies and mountain vistas, while the downstairs rooms offer an old world charm, with flagstone floors and pressed-tin ceilings. Three-course breakfast with specialties that include lemon souffle pancakes with blueberry compote, and sweet potato hash with poached egg. Wireless Internet access. Take a virtual tour of the inn.
  • Pet-friendly Lodging

    Each of the Bryson City area bed and breakfasts and inns is unique. Yet some things are generally consistent — comfortable lodging, good food and friendly innkeepers eager to help you get the most enjoyment out of your visit to the North Carolina Smokies. Several inns have restaurants open for evening meals; and some have spaces for weddings, receptions, and meetings.

    dog paw print symbol And if you want to bring along the family pet, there’s a Bryson City pet-friendly bed and breakfast or inn you both will love. Look for the paw print in the listings.

    Bryson City - Swain County
    Chamber of Commerce

    210 Main Street
    P.O. Box 509
    Bryson City, NC 28713

    Karen Proctor
    Executive Director



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