Wild Plum Tea Room
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Who knew you could get a taste of Austria right in the Smoky Mountains? The Wild Plum Tea Room is a fantastic Gatlinburg restaurant modeled after Austrian teahouses. Considered to be one of the most unique places to eat in Gatlinburg, this little restaurant is sure to satisfy your taste buds. With…
Have not eaten here but heard very good. Requires advance reservations weeks in advance. Seasonal operation.
Quaint little spot in The Glades (Arts and Crafts) area of Gatlinburg, very close to the cabin. Outdoor dining available, delicious luncheon!
In the Arts & Crafts Community, Old-world-style teahouse serving tea, sandwiches & muffins in a rustic mountain setting.
I love recommending this place! Especially for a girls trip! Cater to food allergies and the food is fantastic!
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“Stop in for some locally made taffy, fudge, chocolates and other sweet treats.”
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“CASH ONLY! Highlights: Peach Delight Crepes, The Morning Star, Sweet Potato Pancakes w/ Cinnamon Syrup”
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“CASH ONLY! Highlights: Bavarian Cream, Cinnamon Bread, Chocolate Eclairs, Coffee”
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Point of Interest
“Once you've arrived - and you can't miss the structure, it's by far the tallest thing in town - board one of the two 20-person glass elevators for the swift ride to the tower's observation deck. Here, you'll experience stunning 360-degree views of Gatlinburg and the Smoky Mountains (be sure to claim your spot at one of the free viewfinders for a closer look). There are also plenty of fascinating displays pointing out the features and highlights of the many things you can see. Afterwards, head down to the huge two-level Arcadia, a fun hangout, especially for those traveling with kids. Here, you'll find many classic arcade- style video- and fun-fair-style games, or you can catch a show at the on-site theater. Address: 115 Historic Nature Trail, Gatlinburg, Tennessee ”
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“Go Whitewater Rafting on the Pigeon River If you’re looking to get your adrenaline fix during your trip to Gatlinburg then how about a little whitewater rafting? Rafting at the nearby Pigeon River is considered one of the best things to do in the Smoky Mountains. Most rafting outfitters in town offer two different trips on the Pigeon River. The Upper Pigeon River is the more exciting of the two trips. Over the course of ~5.5 miles, you’ll raft through 60+ rapids including twelve class III rapids and three heart-pounding class IV rapids. Kids generally need to be at least 8 years old and weigh over 70 lbs. to raft this section of the Pigeon River. The Lower Pigeon River is a much more mellow 5.5-mile float that is geared towards families with young children or anyone that prefers taking in the beautiful mountain scenery over navigating class IV rapids. The best white-water rafting companies in Gatlinburg are Smoky Mountain Outdoors, Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC), and Rafting in the Smokies. Rafting trips start in Hartford which is about a 40-minute drive from Gatlinburg.”
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