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Sadly I was not impressed with Bluff View Inn. I like to book smaller boutique style hotels because I feel they are generally much more personal and of a higher quality compared to large hotel chains. Bluff View didn't give me the nice feeling I...More
The Bluff View Inn became my favorite B&B several years ago when I was traveling to Chattanooga on business regularly. It's been nearly 15 years since I last stayed at the Bluff View Inn, but had the chance to take my family this weekend --...More
We stayed in the Gentry Room on the 3rd floor with a breathtaking view of the river. The bed was quite comfortable and the bathroom was quite oversized!
Breakfast was delicious and it’s a treat to eat it in the stunning sunlit dining room. Richard...More
Contrary to so many positive reviews, we didn't have a good experience at Bluff View Inn. First, it's confusing to find. Even when we did, we had to park a way from the check-in point. At check-in, only one lady was working, she had to...More
We stayed at theBluffView Inn in Chattanooga Tn, more sepecificalky the C.W. Martin room at Bluff Inn. It was a step back time with elegance and charm. The patio overlooked the Tennessee River and downtown Chattanooga. It was amazing. We walked downstairs and had a...More
Response from BluffView | Property representative |
Emma, we have three different homes that make up Bluff View Inn. Two of the homes only have rooms upstairs, but our TC Thompson House has the Newell, Maclellan, Hunter and the Chambliss rooms on the first floor.