It was named the #1 Food Lovers Hotel in America by Bon Appetit magazine this year and has what is described as "haute cuisine meets country mountain cooking".
There are a variety of accommodations on the property as well as many outdoor activities including fishing, hiking and biking and also a culinary school. When I heard there is a cooking school it more than sealed the deal. I have been feeling a little uninspired in the kitchen lately and would really enjoy learning something new. Throw in a gorgeous setting and a spa and I am there!
I didn't realize the Smoky Mountains were named for the prevalent fog.
Love this Mason jar chandelier.
The accommodations look amazing.
For Thanksgiving ideas and recipes from Blackberry Farm go here.