Check in and register for your cabin at Gramma’s Cupboard, the family gathering place for breakfast each morning
Call ahead with your reservation for waffles, omelets, home baked goodies, and Harvest at the Bluff’s jams.
In the afternoon, you can stop by for an ice-cream sundae
Brooke’s homemade flavors include vanilla-bean, oreo cookie, maple walnut, coffee, swiss chocolate, and strawberry.
Top your sundae with Pat’s homemade carmel and chocolate sauces. Yum
The Sadler’s started making homemade ice cream while living on the island of Sri Lanka at a school called Lakpahana. Ask any of the student’s from that school what they remember most about Pat and Brooke and they say, “Saturday night ice-cream feeds!”
Gramma’s Cupboard also offers you a unique tour of the world as you see all Pat and Brooke’s collectables from Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan and many other countries
Kids also love to see Brooke’s model train running on a track suspended from the ceiling, and Pat’s doll collection.
And although there is high speed internet in your cabin, WiFi is available at Gramma’s Cupboard
At Gramma’s Cupboard, also check out the Library
which includes booke, dvds, videos, and table games, the Laundry facilities, and a small gift shop with homemade jams and jellies for sale.
The Glass Chapel
Throughout the years, the Log Cabin front yard with its wonderful view of the mountains and Nolichuckey River, has been a favorite wedding spot at Nolichuckey Bluffs
The Glass Wedding Chapel handcrafted by Sadler's friend, Ted Melinn, is constructed from red and white oak harvested from trees on the Nolichuckey Bluffs property. The chapel is designed for an intimate wedding in a picturesque outdoor setting and can accommodate up to 45 guests.
The chapel is literally built overlooking the Nolichuckey River with a panoramic view of the foothills of the Smokey Mountains
The beautiful rustic wedding chapel with four walls of glass provides a panoramic view of the river, woods, and mountains as you and your partner share in a simple, personalized wedding ceremony.Your wedding can be staged at the 1930’s Log Cabin and then the bride and groom can ceremoniously walk from the Log Cabin through the wedding gardens and into the wedding chapel for the service.
Nolichuckey Bluffs can also provide the Picnic Pavilion next to the heart garden for your reception
and for the ultimate in romance and privacy, book one of our cabins with the luxury romance option to begin your life together.
To learn more about the Smoky Mountain Wedding Chapel at Nolichuckey Bluffs
and services that are available, please call 800-842-4690. Special wedding packages are available for the Log Cabin and Wedding Chapel with rates beginning at $500.
Enjoy the Natural Habitat & Organic Garden
One of the beauties of Nolichuckey Bluffs is that it is surrounded by pristine woods and mountains
and this makes it a wonderful place to enjoy nature. The property itself has a heart-shaped English garden, apple orchard, and berry patch with blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and blackberries, all located a short walk from your cabin.
Harvest at the Bluffs provides a ready supply of organic vegetables grown in a large cold-frame
and provides guests with the opportunity to learn more about farm-to-table gardening and the importance of sustainable agriculture today. If you chose to, you can help plant, weed, or harvest seasonal crops.
We also have an earthen oven where you can bake pizza, or artisan breads topped with fresh herbs from our garden
At the gristmill, is an unexpected nature preserve where native East Tennessee plants have been identified with their common and scientific name
Many of these plants are a part of an untouched eco-system and are no longer found in the developed areas of Greene.
The Picnic Pavilion is situated right next to the Nolichuckey Bluffs playground which includes a miniature playhouse, slide, swings, and a real fire-engine
At the Picnic Pavilion you will find a fire pit which serves as the gathering place on a cool evening. We assure you, hot dogs and s’mores never taste better than by the campfire at Nolichuckey Bluffs.
Nolichuckey Bluffs is a member of the Appalachian Quilt Trail Trail
http://www.quilttrail.org. Pat Sadler’s great grandmother started a crazy quilt back in the early 1880’s that is on display at Gramma’s Cupboard. An 8x8 painting of a portion of the quilt is located atop the picnic pavilion. You can find many of these quilts throughout Greene County and it’s a wonderful tour of the farms and homes in East Tennessee.
disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Nolichuckey Bluffs Bed and Breakfast Cabins is owned and operated by the Sadler Family.
Our mission is to provide guests with a wonderful place to get away from the bustle of life and relax in a beautiful setting.
When you not sitting on your front porch watching the river go by, wander our organic farm, hiking trails, grist mill, and blackberry patch.
Whether looking for a weekend get-away, a place to hold a family reunion, a wedding, a church retreat, or a small business conference, Nolichuckey Bluffs can accommodate your needs.