All of our guest suites have a Queen Bed, Private Bath, and sitting area for reading or relaxing. All are on the 2nd floor, except the Dorris Ann and Yvonne.
In case you’re wondering, the guest rooms are named for real people, important in our lives. We will be happy to share the stories, and you may even get to meet some of them during your stay.
Donna Bell Suite
Decorated in Late Victorian. Large, ornate furniture. Queen bed and sofa.
This room has some of the best views of the Little River.
Martin Howell Suite
Decorated in Early American, with a more masculine tone. Queen bed, beautiful river and mountain views. This is the only guest room that still has the original windows, c.1900.
Decorated in late Art & Crafts. Queen bed and sofa. Most inviting, peaceful room, with view of the river and Mt. Nebo. Bath is located across the hallway.
Dorris Ann Suite
Located on the ground floor, the Dorris Ann is handicap accessible. Decorated in the Art & Crafts style, with a river theme. Beautiful river & mountain views. Queen bed and sitting area. Bath is equipped with handrails and a walk-in shower.
Also located on the ground floor, the Yvonne Suite is handicap accessible. Decorated in the French Country style, the Yvonne is spacious and has beautiful river & mountain views. Queen bed and sitting area. Bath is equipped with handrails and a walk-in shower.
Common Areas of the inn are areas shared by all guests. You can find a private corner to read and relax, take a quiet walk on the grounds, or just sit visit with other guests.
Around the rooms, you will find special artifacts and pictures detailing the history of the Chilhowee Inn, Walland, and original artwork of the Smoky Mountains.
The large Foyer provides guests an additional area to sit, relax, or visit. This is the main entrance to the inn. Decorated in Victorian, with replica Gas Light fixtures of that era.
The Family Room is a place where guests can relax, visit, or curl up with a good book by the fireplace.
A hot breakfast is served in the Family Room each morning for all guests.
Four French doors open onto the spacious front porch, where you can sit in a rocking chair and experience the beauty of the river during a mountain sunset.