May 25, 2015
“A Beautiful Mountain Retreat”
The Buckhorn Inn is superb either as a B&B or as a gourmet restaurant. One reason for this is that the owners are actively involved in the day to day operation. The owner’s wife helped us climb stairs with our luggage! The owner of the inn greeted us at breakfast and made us feel welcome. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The meals are equivalent to an elegant restaurant, yet served in a casual atmosphere suited to this resort community. The views from the inn are scenic and relaxing. An ideal place to relax and enjoy life!
“Lovely setting, lovely Inn”
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
On a recent road trip through the southeast, my husband and I spent 3 nights at this lovely Inn nestled in the hills outside of Gatlinburg. As we drove through town coming out of the park, I was suspect of our stay in Gatlinburg, with all the “plastic” of the main drag through town. We left town and headed out into the hills and located on the artist’s…
Room Tip: Choose a superior room for a great view of the mountains
“Haven for Escape into Smoky Mountains”
My husband and I were at Buckhorn 25 years ago for our honeymoon, and decided to return. It was as lovely as ever, and in fact improved. A true haven/escape, a far cry from the commercial horror of Gatlinburg. It felt like stepping back in time with the dining room reminiscent of 1950’s and lovely verandah looking at the fabulous Smokies. Only minutes…
Room Tip: We had a suite which was enormous, full kitchen, lovely verandah.
Best getaway ever!!!!”Reviewed 5 days ago NEWSpent our anniversary weekend here. Scenic location with quaint, clean accommodations. The staff really welcome you and make you feel at home. Food at the restaurant is 5 star!! Beautiful walking trail around the property was a joy. Looking forward to another trip.Room Tip: Cabin 5 was great
May 15, 2015
May 10, 2015
April 28, 2015
1 cup milk heated to 110 degrees F.
1 tsp yeast
1 Tbs sugar
1 ounce melted butter
All purpose or bread flour. About 3 or 4 cups
In a stand mixer add the warm milk, yeast and sugar. Let the yeast bloom 5 minutes or until frothy. Add 2 cups of flour and the butter. Keep adding flour a little at a time until the dough starts to form a ball. Place the dough in a buttered bowl and cover with a damp towel to for one hour until doubled in size.
1/2 pound of butter
½ pound light brown sugar
1 Tbs vanilla extract
3 ounces of heavy whipping cream
In a medium sauce pan melt the butter. When the butter is melted add the sugar and mix. Turn the heat up to medium high. Keep an eye on the mixture, whisking occasionally. When the mixture boils keep stirring until it bubbles and comes together. Remove from the heat and whisk in the vanilla. Caution–the mixture will bubble up. Add the heavy cream and mix together to make a smooth sauce.
Make the rolls.
Once the dough has risen, place it on a well-floured surface. Roll the dough into a rectangle. Brush melted butter over the entire dough area. Sprinkle ¼ to ½ pound of light brown sugar cover the dough. With a spatula spread the sugar evenly over the dough. Sprinkle the entire surface of dough with cinnamon to your desire. Starting at the edge far from you roll the dough towards you to make a long roll.
Using 12 cup muffin tin add 2 TBS. sauce to each tin. Add some pecan pieces to each tin.
Cut the dough into 12 pieces and place in the tins. Place the muffin in on a cookie sheet and bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until golden brown. When removed from the oven invert onto a cookie sheet.
Buckhorn Inn will offer its guests an unusual opportunity—sharing afternoon tea with a very special person, Dr. David Woodfine, one of England’s most respected and experienced professional butlers. Dr. Woodfine is an amusing and engaging speaker who will talk about how to prepare tea properly, different types of teas and proper protocol when setting down for an afternoon “cuppa.” He will also share a few stories from his career as a butler, including service with Princess Diana, Prince Charles, Princess Margaret, and The Duke of Marlborough and the supervision of the wedding of Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Dr. Woodfine was also High Steward of Oxford University where his job was to see to the needs of dignitaries from around the world and to oversee high table dinners for the University. He was Master of the Oxford City Guild of Chefs for four years and a Master Sommelier. Dr. Woodfine will be happy to sign copies of his well-received cookbook, From Kitchen to High Table: the British- American Edition, which will be on hand at teatime.
Tea, cucumber sandwiches, and scones will be served at the event at Buckhorn Inn on Tuesday, May 5, at 3:00 in the Inn’s Sitting Room. Members of the public are welcome to attend this free event by advance reservation only by phoning 865 436 4668 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 27, 2015
“A Beautiful Mountain Retreat”Reviewed 2 days ago NEWThe Buckhorn Inn is superb either as a B&B or as a gourmet restaurant. One reason for this is that the owners are actively involved in the day to day operation. The owner’s wife helped us climb stairs with our luggage! The owner of the inn greeted us at breakfast and made us feel welcome. The rooms are clean and comfortable. The meals are equivalent to an elegant restaurant, yet served in a casual atmosphere suited to this resort community. The views from the inn are scenic and relaxing. An ideal place to relax and enjoy life!Stayed April 2015, traveled as a couple