Ratings based on 16 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.8 Room cleanliness
4.9 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Georgia
Unique charm and a wonderful staff!Posted Feb 3, 2015
Pros: The homemade jams and breads served with a homemade breakfast topped off a wonderful stay.
Cons: I really couldn't tell you if anything needed improving. Everything and everyone was top notch during our stay.
Location: Just across the street is Rock City and Starbucks is within a block. Ruby Falls and Incline railroad are within 10 minutes.
This B and B offers everything you would desire in a 5 stay. The rooms all have a unique charm and feel. The inn grounds are well kept and the outdoor fire place and indoor fire place offer a space for you and your love ones to nestle into after dark. My son and wife loved the hot chocolate bar and homemade deserts. Even when our hot water went out because of a bad pilot lite, the staff and owner were quick to resolve the issue. The staff did everything they could do and then some to make our stay a special one that we will never forget.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
always greta......just keeps getting betterPosted Jan 10, 2014
Breakfast is always excellentvery enjoyable! Staff very helpful!!
for Couplesby A verified traveler
Comfort Close RelativesPosted Jan 6, 2014
Pros: Location, people, comfortable beds, great breakfast...
Location: Rock City is across the street, Ruby Falls is five minutes away, Hang gliding for the more adventurous.....
Visiting In-Laws on Lookout Mt... Wish we had more time at the Inn to enjoy the Fireplace and lounge around after breakfast.... Access to the reception area early (4:30am) was great to start the fire and do some work....
for Studentsby Kenfrom Nashville, Tn
Maybe not quite worthy the moneyPosted Aug 27, 2013
Pros: The food
Cons: I really do not believe the size of the room can be increased, However if it could that would be nice
Location: Rock city was right accross the street. It is only a short drive to the aquarium and down town Chattanooga. A little bit futher to go hang gliding.
Loved the food and the staff. The room was a little small
for Everyoneby Cindyfrom Memphis
It was a charming & relaxing experience.Posted Jun 28, 2013
Pros: Beautiful, well landscaped and decorated. Excellent service by the staff, and wonderful breakfast and snacks.
Cons: Nothing...it was perfect.
Location: Entrance to Rock City within walking distance, and a great restaurant within a couple of miles.
It was perfect in every way. Beautifully appointed room and lovely landscaping. A relaxing and peaceful experience.
for Everyoneby Alfrom CT
A wonderful placePosted Jun 27, 2013
Pros: A peaceful setting with friendly people.
Cons: Nothing substantial needs to be done
The owners and staff really do go out of their way to make for a pleasant stay. Breakfast is terrific and who could complain about late afternoon snacks of homemade cookies and various other deserts. The cottages are in a setting of shade trees and outside tables for relaxing. The location adds to the experience. The views from Lookout Mountain over Chatanooga and several states are fabulous. A 10 minute drive on the mountain brings you to Lookout Mountain, TN, site of a major Civil War battle. 20 minutes will bring you to the Chicamauga, GA battlefield. You may guess our trip was for Civil War battlefields and coming back to the peaceful, lovely setting of the Chanticleer made it all the better.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Nice and quaintPosted Jun 24, 2013
Great bed and breakfast tucked away in a very scenic area. Only 10 minutes from Chattanooga if you want to go into the city or just enjoy Lookout Mountain. Staff is very nice and helpful and the breakfast is amazing!
for Couplesby Paulafrom Fort Worth, Texas
Hidden GemPosted Jun 16, 2013
Location: Ruby Falls, Rock City, and Chattanooga, Tennessee are nearby, along with Chickamauga Civil War Battlefield.
This was a short, but wonderful stay. We were prepared to enjoy our visit, but were delightfully surprised by the depths of our enjoyment. From Jackie at the desk with her engaging accent to Audrey, one of the owners who stopped to chat while I sat in our private courtyard, the staff was excellent. When we arrived we were shown into the Common Room where cookies, tarts, bars, lemonade, and tea were waiting for our refreshment. Everything in the room was designed for our comfort-wonderful bedding, Kuerig coffee maker, fireplace. The grounds were lovely with a profusion of plants and flowers making it feel very peaceful. We breakfasted the next morning in the sun room on fresh fruit, Asiago grits, cheese muffins and jam, and grilled egg and sausage wraps. We can't wait until our travels once again take us to Lookout Mountain, Georgia, so that we can enjoy this gem again.
for Couplesby Curtisfrom Middle Tennessee
Fantastic setting and service!Posted Jun 13, 2013
Cons: Baths are a little small but you have to remember that it was built in the 1930s and it is what it is.
Our stay could not have been any better. Great service, food, and the nicest rooms. It is cozy and the setting on top of Lookout Mt. is fantastic. We plan to make another stay as soon as we can.
by A verified traveler
Ok, but wouldn't repeatPosted May 8, 2013
Pros: Pretty setting with quaint landscaping, a pleasant sitting area at the inn, a wide selection of movies that you can borrow, and an in-room DVD player.
My husband and I stayed here for our 28th anniversary. The reason I wouldn't return is that I've stayed in quite a few bed and breakfasts and this simply wasn't worth what we paid. They even gave us a nicer room than the one we reserved (for $180/nt), but then charged us for the more expensive room and had to correct the mistake. The room had a small, add-on electric fireplace and a steam shower, though no tub. The toilet and sink were very close together and the space made me claustrophobic. It wasn't what I would have expected for the rate we paid, let alone a higher one. The WiFi wouldn't work in our room and we wanted to check on dangerous weather for our kids. It took a while for them to figure out that they needed to reset the modem in the inn. The young lady at the desk had shown us some nice desserts at the inn, so we didn't get dessert at the restaurant where we ate supper. But by the time we sorted out the WiFi, went to supper and came back, the desserts had all been cleared away. We hadn't been told it would be cleared away at a certain time, though the lady at the desk did go find us some cookies in the kitchen. We had a wonderful anniversary trip, but I'm afraid the inn was a disappointment. The people were very nice, it just wasn't what I've come to expect for that price.