Friday, December 4, 2009

Letters from Friends

When Buddy, Jeanie and James set out to create an authentic Adirondack retreat in the Smokies, one of their sole goals was to make sure the Lodge felt warm, rustically elegant yet comfortable.

We hear time and time again from our guests that the Lodge feels like the mountain house of a dear friend, rather than a hotel. Mission accomplished!

Here is a note from a recent guest that we are pleased to have received and even more pleased that they appreciate our efforts to preserve our natural surroundings, while ensuring an enjoyable stay at the Great Camp of the Smokies:

Dear Mr. Mc Lean,

My family and I recently celebrated my birthday with an excellent dinner at your Lodge and enjoyed a picnic the next day at the Lodge's pavilion.

How wonderful to discover a place where the Smoky Mountain experience is enhanced rather than exploited!

You and your family are truly good stewards of your mountain legacy.

Thanks to all your staff for this memorable celebration.

Barbara Knight

Thank you, Barbara! We look forward to welcoming you back to the Lodge very soon...

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