Experience Sampson's Hollow and begin your journey to your very own Once Upon A Time...
Gently kissed by the romantic mist of the Great Smoky Mountains, Sampson’s Hollow been recognized as a Century old farm by the state of Tennessee, making it a historical site deeply rooted in Appalachian values and traditions. The charm of a farm wedding can be as rustic and vintage as influenced by your favorite Pinterest boards, surrounded by a canopy of tall trees, with moss and foliage as ground cover, or classically elegant and romantic, depending on your heart’s vision.
Our venue lies in the shadow of the national park, in a valley surrounded by the majestic Smoky Mountains. We are located next door to world-renown Blackberry Farm, and share the same stunning views and vistas. The panoramic venue is tucked away, distanced from the sounds of traffic going to the most visited park in the nation, the Great Smoky Mountains, yet easily accessible to your family and guests. What makes us any different than other venues in the area? We sincerely care about our brides and grooms. We care about the experience from your guests’ point of view and will apply hospitality in everything we do for your wedding day. Our courteous, experienced coordinators want to help you build a package that will be perfect for your own happily-ever after.
Sampson’s Hollow is an all-inclusive venue specializing in wedding ceremonies and receptions for up to 175 guests. Has he asked the most important question of your life and you have said, yes? Please contact us for more information and to schedule a visit to the mountains. We would be honored to take care of you, your family and your friends in this once in a lifetime journey.
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“Haven’t you read,” he replied, “that at the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female,’ and said, ‘For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”