Maggie Valley isn't just an awesome place to check out, it also boasts a fair number of hotels that'll help make your trip unforgettable. You can choose from 13 establishments within 3 miles of the center.
Among the leading hotels within close reach of the downtown area is the Cabins at Twinbrook Resort.
Try your hardest to beat your family on the challenging courses at Fantasy Golf & Game Room. You might be inclined to sleep at the A Holiday Motel and Castlewood Inn if this site sounds like your idea of a good time. Participate in a tour of Maggie Valley Gem Mine to witness for yourself how rocks and other materials are removed from the subterranean. Whether you'd like to have a first-hand experience of this spot or would just like to stay in the area, the Cardinal Inn and Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Maggie Valley are a few popular choices.
One of the small selection of cheaper accommodations here is the Hearth & Home Inn.
Need more variety? The Oak Hill on Love Lane and the Brookside Mountain Mist Inn are 7 miles and 7 miles away from the heart of Maggie Valley. These are some additional accommodation options. The Andon-Reid Inn Bed and Breakfast and the Deer Ridge Mountain Resort can be found 7 miles and 20 miles away.
7 miles away from Maggie Valley is Waynesville, home to the Waynesville Recreation Center and the Lake Junaluska Golf Course. The Lake Junaluska Conference&Retreat Center and Best Western Smoky Mountain Inn are just some of the great lodging options in Waynesville. 8 miles to the east of Maggie Valley is Lake Junaluska, home to the Super 6 and Econo Lodge. The Lake Junaluska Conference and Retreat Center and LoneBackpacker Gallery of World Photography are just a couple of the more popular points of interest to explore should you visit Lake Junaluska.