Grandview Lodge

$149 for a Two-Night Stay at Grandview Lodge in the Great Smoky Mountains (Up to $298 Value)

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Wooden Lodge Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains

Things move at a relaxed pace at the 75-year-old Grandview Lodge in Waynesville, North Carolina. On a large wraparound deck, you can kick back on one of the rocking chairs that look out to the Great Smoky Mountains. Rolling green mountain peaks surround the lodge, which lends to a sense of peaceful seclusion at this lodge-like bed and breakfast settled into western North Carolina.

During the day, take a stroll around the lodge; you’ll find an onsite orchard growing golden delicious, gala, and red delicious apples. Wood-paneled walls and old-fashioned quilts decorate the guest rooms at Grandview Lodge. Though none of them look the same, all have private bathrooms, windows that face the mountains, and a front porch equipped with a pair of rocking chairs.

Waynesville, North Carolina: Scenic Drives amid Mountains, Forests, and Rivers

The town of Waynesville is located about 10 miles from Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which—unlike most national parks—never charges admission. Naturally, the area is a haven for outdoorsy activities, including kayaking, whitewater rafting, and trout fishing in the summertime, as well as skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.

Become acquainted with this colorful stretch of the Appalachians by motoring down the Blue Ridge Parkway, a scenic drive with unexpected hairpin turns and views of maple-covered peaks. Occasionally, winter weather can shut down vehicle traffic along sections of the parkway. If that happens, many visitors choose to traverse the route on snowshoes or cross-country skis.

Waynesville itself is a charming, old-fashioned town, its main street lined with trees and brick sidewalks. Every year, downtown Waynesville becomes the setting for several festivals, such as the Holiday Open House (November 18), which kicks off the shopping season, and A Night Before Christmas (December 8), in which shops stay open late and carolers stroll the sidewalks.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

What You Get

  • $149 for a two-night stay for two in the Colonel Love, General Rutherford, General Wayne, or Lyn Lowery room with daily breakfast (up to a $298 value)

Book by: 1/11/13
Travel by: 3/16/13

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


  • 3-acre property overlooking Great Smoky Mountains
  • Onsite pub and grill open Friday–Sunday
  • Onsite orchard
  • Wraparound deck with rocking chairs
  • Complimentary continental plus breakfast
  • Themed rooms

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 1/11/13 or promotional value expires
  • Must complete travel by 3/16/2013
  • Limit 2 per person
  • May buy 1 additional as gifts
  • Limit 2 per visit
  • Valid only for option purchased
  • Reservation required, subject to availability
  • 14-day cancellation notice required or fee of applicable one-night's stay up to the amount paid for Groupon applies
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Valid credit card required at check-in
  • Must use promotional value in 1 visit
  • 11% tax not included.

Other Details

Room Details

Colonel Love, General Rutherford, General Wayne, or Lyn Lowery Room

  • Two queen beds
  • Standard occupancy: 2
  • Maximum occupancy: 4
  • Adding occupants above standard: $25 per night for each additional guest 16 and older; $15 per night for each additional guest 15 and younger

Hotel Policies

  • Check-in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: 11 a.m.
  • Parking: free
  • Rollaways: not available
  • Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: pets up to 35 lb. allowed for $25 in the Colonel Love, General Wayne, or Lyn Lowery room
  • Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are not available.
  • Room upgrades: may be available during booking or check-in

Getting There

  • By plane: 39 miles from Asheville Regional Airport (AVL); 115 miles from Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS)
  • By car: about 102 miles northwest of Knoxville, Tennessee

Traveler's Tips

  • Though Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the most-visited park in America, most visitors come between June and August, making spring, fall, and winter great times to visit.
  • When hiking in the mountains, lock up all food to keep black bears away, and avoid perfumes to keep yellow jackets and other insects away.

Customer Reviews

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Jim S. ·
Reviewed February 19, 2013
located in the Smoky Mts.


Karen R. · 8 reviews TOP REVIEWER
Reviewed September 3, 2013


Alise R. ·
Reviewed June 8, 2013
The porch
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