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Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee
What began as a beloved family home in the Smoky Mountain Foothills of Tennessee is today one of America's most celebrated, intimate luxury hotels. The 4,200-acre, Relais & Chateaux-affiliated Blackberry Farm beckons discerning guests who aspire to escape the frenzy of modern life. Singular indulgences such as fine antiques and covered porches adorn estate rooms, suites and private homes. Enhancing the experience is an attention to detail that has helped this spectacular property earn its unrivaled pedigree.
Regardless of the season, you will find countless amenities and activities to fulfill your every desire. There is no better way to relax while aligning your mind, body and soul than by experiencing the Aveda Destination Farmhouse Spa. Or enjoy Orvis endorsed fly fishing along tranquil Hesse Creek. With its acclaimed Foothills Cuisine and food and wine events featuring a rare gathering of extraordinary chefs and vintners, the resort is also an enticing destination for bon vivants and epicurean enthusiasts.
Location of Blackberry Farm
Nearest Airport: TYS
Reviews for Blackberry Farm
Our friends rented out the venue for their wedding weekend. We stayed in a luxury barn with Viking appliances and a tv and phone next to the soaking tub. A fireplace in the bedroom, etc. This place cannot be beat from the food to the accommodations it is pure luxury. Definitely one of the best hotel experiences in the world.
ShannonReilly2000 - Boston, Massachusetts
Blackberry Farm has done an amazing job providing not only excellent food, but also great service during our stay! If you are a foodie this is definitely the place to be! The Wellhouse SPA experience was great as well!
lavisuperok - Lake Norman, North Carolina
I just returned from my 20th stay at Blackberry Farm So that in itself should tell you how fabulous the place is. Their lodging is beautful- whether in the cottage suites or in the geust/main house. They all look like they are from the pages of Architectural Digest. Appointments in the room include their own line of herbal toiletries, a stocked pantry with snacks, soft drinks, juices and water, a kuerig as well as a hot water pot for teas and frette robes! The food is simply over the top at every meal. The Main Dining room has a varied breakfast menu daily which features a different griddle cake and chefs egg item daily. Lunch can be enjoyed overlooking the mountains and includes great light options as well as a fabulous burger! Or you can take their box lunch if you are spending the day elsewhere on property. This past trip we decided to eat all three evening meals at the Barn as we are true foodies. Just the way things are served are worth the trip- on stones, on a wood slab or on a hoe. The food is innovative and seasonal. The service is always excellent as well. Two evenings we decided to enjoy their wine pairings rather than picking a bottle or two and it was a lot of fun. All their wine staff is well versed and makes it interesting. There are tons of activities to enjoy- spa, tennis, hiking, biking, horseback riding, sporting clays, fly fishing or my favorite- just relaxing and taking in the view and atmosphere. Yes, this place is very expensive but seems worth the money to get the caliber service, food and accommodations they offer.
secondchances13 - Cincinnati, Ohio
Currently staying - really like this place. Personal golf carts for getting around, exceptional food/drink, great spa, awesome hikes right on edge of property, beautiful rooms, best part is accessibility under 30 mins to the Knoxville airport. I want to live here.....
Bcn11 - Fort Worth, Texas
Food.....in a word amazing! As well as their striving for perfection in service. The staff is always looking to make sure your every need is met. So refreshing to feel so pampered when you know there are so many others to take care of. Will continue to visit.....over & over
Nancy J - Sharpsburg, Georgia