Finding an ideal charming hotel in Bryson City does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Rosewood Inn, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Bryson City's most popular landmarks, such as Three Waterfalls Hike (0.5 mi) and Darnell Farms (1.7 mi), Rosewood Inn is a great destination for tourists.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Rosewood Inn features 24 hour front desk, outdoor furniture, and beach chairs, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool. If you are driving to Rosewood Inn, free parking is available.
If you like cafes, Rosewood Inn is conveniently located near Mountain Perks, La Dolce Vita Bakery, and Sagebrush Coffee House.
Bryson City is also known for some great historic sites, including The Tunnel To Nowhere and Smith's Dry Goods, which are not too far from Rosewood Inn.
Rosewood Inn looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Bryson City.
I can't understand how this motel can have a 4 star rating for cleanliness. Seriously, has nobody besides me ever stayed in room 11? The photos the motel has posted show pretty, pristine rooms. Compare my pictures to theirs and you will be shocked. The spider and ants in the bathroom didn't show up on my photos. The refrigerator buzzed loudly every time it kicked in and the heat would come on for about and minute then go off for about a minute. Over and over and over. Staff was friendly enough and location is within walking distance for the train, restaurants and tourist things, but all that isn't enough to make up for the nasty room.
Rosewood Inn rescued me from a truly horrific Airbnb reservation. Owner/front desk Api was so helpful in planning my time that two nights became four. My king bed in the spacious unit was comfortable and the grounds with roses were very charming. This 1953 era auto court style property reminds me of family vacations many years ago. Housekeeping by Verna was good. Folks, it is not pretentious in any way, but it is genuine in every way. During my visit I thoroughly enjoyed Great Smoky Mountain Railroad trip, two days hiking and exploring the nearby GSMNP - Cades Cove, Clingman’s Dome, Deep Creek hiking to three falls, Swain County Museum, and the town of Bryson City. Allow plenty of time in the NP. Roads are slow and curving. I saw two bears, multiple turkeys and deer. Fall colors were starting to show. All good!…
We stayed 1 night in September. It was so overpriced. 150 for the night. It did not have a phone in the room. The toilet kept stopping up so my husband walked to the office to inform them and he came back with a plunger they handed him. It did serve its purpose, but it definitely was not worth the price.
Arrived at the motel around 7:00 P.M.after taking the train ride in Bryson City. Stopped in our room, #4, long enough to wash our hands and faces before going out to dinner. While sitting on the bed connecting our phones to their WiFi, had a ROACH crawl up on top of the night stand right next to the bed we were sitting on ! Tried to kill it and it got away. And this with all the lights on in the room ! Where there's one, there's more. Packed everything back into the car immediately, went to dinner, then turned our key in. Made another reservation while at dinner for another room 30+ miles away in Maggie Valley. we were NOT HAPPY !
See photos of bathroom sink overhanging toilet seat. No plug-ins in horrid bathroom with ants in the tub. Even the door to the bathroom would not shut. We stayed as we had a group and they had normal bathrooms/they liked our riverview deck but wouldn't swap. Overall, the entire property is shabby and hanging on by more caulk and paint than anything else. We will find another place next time.