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If it wasn't for Groupon I would have never heard of this place. I have some mixed feelings about different areas of Mountain Harbor. Let me start with the positives.
1. The Staff go above and beyond to serve you and make you feel welcome...More
We stayed two nights at this Bed and Breakfast. The people are amazing and the food was excellent. Located right on Lake Douglas and near several different tourist attractions. Each room has a different theme and is very clean and comfy. Great place to stay!
Wow! This quaint little resort is lovely, the view is gorgeous, and the massage is to die for!
We called to make our appointments and they gave us a great rate!
We were welcomed warmly and given local information about restaurants and such and we...More
Our kids gave us a 3 night stay here for Christmas and it was great! Off season, so the lake was low, but the offered services were awesome. Breakfast, pontoon boat cruise, and desserts! Very nice, staff was super courteous, rooms clean. Definitely consider staying...More
This is a wonderful little place nestled in the valley of the great Smokey mountains. Great personal service and an amazing view over the lake. However, while the dining area is absolutely gorgeous, we were highly disappointed with the breakfast. They admittedly serve the exact...More
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While unfortunate, you can still enjoy the town of Dandridge and see the Revolution cemetery. This cemetery is so unusual as you usually only find Civil War cemeteries. The staff is wonderful at this place and I am sure... More
While unfortunate, you can still enjoy the town of Dandridge and see the Revolution cemetery. This cemetery is so unusual as you usually only find Civil War cemeteries. The staff is wonderful at this place and I am sure, would recommend more things to see. The town is also home to Bush's Baked Beans but we did not get a chance to go there.