The entire staff of Berry Springs Lodge were always willing to exceed your expections. in every possible way. The food was always prepared to suit your personal needs and/or likes. It was just delicious! Our four night stay there was the most relaxing and enjoyable vacation we have ever experienced. We will definitely recommend it to all of our friends and family. We are already making plans for our next getaway to Berry Springs! Nov 30, 2009
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Monday, November 16, 2009
We had a small reunion of friends. Berry Springs made this year's experience one of our best.. Not only a great place, but Patrick and Sue went the extra mile to help us do whatever we wanted to enjoy our reunion. We will return.
Monday, November 9, 2009
Call 865/436-0535 beginning October 15 for reservations. November 4, 2009 - January 30, 2010
In honor of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Smokies Superintendent Dale Ditmanson will serve as Grand Marshal of Gatlinburg’s 34th annual Fantasy of Light Christmas Parade on Friday, December 4.
Classic motor cars and period dancing routines will salute the Smokies’ anniversary at the lead of the parade, which is sponsored by Land O’ Lakes Half & Half.
November 30 - December 6
Friday, November 6, 2009
November 27 - 28
The magic of the holiday season comes to life when award winning designer DeWayne Kirchner’s Whimsical Elves enchant the Parkway in downtown Gatlinburg for eight fanciful nights of live Winter Magic Tunes & Tales entertainment.
Each Friday and Saturday night starting on November 27 the main street of the City transforms to an enchanted stage with singing, dancing and storytelling performed by brightly-dressed, immaculate Elves from the Land of Elfdom created especially for the sidewalks of Gatlinburg.
Children of all ages can meet as many as 20 charming and affable characters hailing from such locales as Jolly Town, Cinnamon City, Gum Drop Lake, the Nutwood Forest and the Village of Belldom, including distinct personalities like Jilly Bean, Cinny Mon, Jingle R. Bell, Holly Berry, Mayor Wally Nutt and Professor Tant E. Baum.
The Elfdom cast will thrill the gathering crowd with classical Christmas songs, amusing and mesmerizing tales of life in Elfdom, and extraordinary dancing numbers, adding to the spirit of the holiday season in downtown Gatlinburg.
The performances are free to the public. All that’s missing is your presence as Gatlinburg presents it’s third annual Winter Magic Tunes & Tales program.
November 27 - December 20
Thursday, November 5, 2009
|9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.|
|Free and open to the public at the Sugarlands Visitor Center|
Sunday, November 1, 2009
Nothing was left to chance at the Berry Springs Lodge. From the moment we arrived, our every need was taken care of . The breakfasts were wonderful and the nighttime homemade deserts were an added bonus. The view from our balcony was nothing short of spectacular. In short, our stay at Berry Springs Lodge exceeded our expectations.
Nov 2, 2009
I recommend this place very highly. They took care of the smallest detail in making the lodge a perfect place to rest and relax. The food is great. The service is great. Patrick will even recommend the best ways to get around the area. Patrick is very hospitable. He makes you feel very comfortable. If you are making your plans to visit the Smokies, this is the place to be.