1811 Pullen Rd, Sevierville, TN 37862

Chimney Tops


About this room

This room is like walking in a picture perfect moment with no turning back.  The large windows frame a gorgeous view of the rolling hills with a background of the beautiful Smoky Mountains. Chimney Tops has the type of decor fit for a gentleman’s liking but just enough feminine tweak. It offers a comfy queen size bed triple sheeted and piled high with cozy blankets.  The colors of this room make it easy to wake up and feel as if you are in the mountains with a touch of the crisp air. It has a comfortably sized private bathroom with a standard shower/tub combination and a window over looking some of the inns farming and herb gardens. If you are the professional looking to get away but still need you computer at times then you can enjoy the convenience of in-room WIFI and with the blinds open you can still enjoy the mountain scenery. Seeing as this room is touched with some of the most beautiful photographs of the “Chimneys” it is perfect for the hiking type.

Room Amenities

  • Queen bed
  • Private bath
  • Tub / Shower Combo
  • Flat Screen Cable TV
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron & Ironing Board
  • Plush Linens
  • Private Heat & Air

Whats Included

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Where the name came from.

chimney-tops (1)Although only two miles in length, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park trail to Chimney Tops requires strength and caution. Nevertheless, due to the excellent views available from this trail, as well as abundant wildflowers, streams and large trees, many feel a hike up to “the chimneys” is well worth both effort and risk. By this logic, Chimney Tops trail has become one of the Great Smoky Mountain National Park’s most popular trails. Rhododendron is abundant in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and along Chimney Tops trail is no exception. Also common are a variety of wildflowers. In Spring, you can find Trillium and Hepatica. In Summer, Joe-Pye weed, Bee-balm, and Jewelweed can be found. Violets, Toothworts, and Foamflowers also grow nearby. On the trail to the Chimneys people rave about the yellow buckeye trees due to the age of these trees, their unusual leaf structure and the flowers which appear in May. A trek to Chimney Tops will make you understand why it is so popular.