Top 25% of all hotels, based on cleanliness and condition.
AAA Inspector Notes
This quiet, secluded mountaintop estate offers spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains and is the perfect setting for a relaxed getaway. Every room is very spacious.
Smoke free premises. 10 units. 3 stories, interior/exterior corridors. Bath: some shared.
I-40 exit 435, 2 mi s on SR 32, 1.7 mi w on English Mountain Rd, then 0.8 mi nw. 1500 Pinnacles Way 37821.
Dining & Entertainment
restaurant, full bar.
no phones, coffeemakers, wireless Internet. Some: refrigerators.
Sports & Recreation
sauna, tennis, trails, exercise room.
N, age restrictions may apply.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 17 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 7
Great, great visit.
Pros: The room and meals were excellent. We love B&B's and generally try to visit a different one when we are in an area that we have previously visited, but we love Christopher Place and always want to stay there when we can. Karen and the lady that served our breakfasts are exceptional.
Cons: Can't think of anything we didn't like. This is the only place we have stayed that made us want to remember it by buying the great coffee mugs. I also want to thank the gentleman that arranged my golf course day. It was terrific.
Best B&B in Tennessee!
Pros: Comfiest bed I've ever slept in, beautiful property in a beautiful location, amazing food, nice and relaxing ambiance, wonderful staff, even more amenities that I could image, and overall just a perfect stay.
Cons: There wasn't anything I didn't like.
Perfect setting for anniversary weekend!
Pros: The lady who works mornings was delightful! She was sweet, helpful, cheerful and easy to engage. The breakfast was very good although the "scone" seemed to be made out of cookie dough. The dinner we had was fabulous! (and the chef was very sweet). The setting was lovely and we especially enjoyed sitting out on the veranda to read and enjoy our picnic basket. The evening we arrived was hot so we enjoyed a swim in the outdoor pool.
Cons: Our room (3rd floor) was hot so we asked the lady who worked evenings if we could get it cooler or at least get a fan. She seems annoyed to have to look for a fan but did get us one.