Is it too early to be thinking about winter weddings? Not at all. While peak wedding season will have passed with incredible beauty of fall foliage for October and the first half of November, the months of December through February each have a beauty of their own. Summer and fall flowers return to seed and most trees have dropped their leaves.
These fallen leaves translate into a soft layer of carpet in the woodland areas and evergreen trees are still lush and truly vivid in color. Textures of dried tall grasses and remaining leaves compliment the season. Cooler temperatures lend themselves to plaid blanket wraps, boots, hot apple cider and gathering around a emblazoned fire-pit. Clients enjoy added-value of off-season rates without sacrificing the award-winning services of the Smoky Mountain property.
Thinking of having an office party or family get-together to celebrate the Christmas season? Contact us for more information about our seasonal availability and pricing. The farmhouse is decorated in fresh evergreen boughs and garland, Tuscany lighting, holly berry and boxwood embellishments and a wood-burning fireplace decked out as a stunning centerpiece of the interior space.
Experience the enchanted atmosphere of celebrating the season with family and friends n the Smokies at Sampson’s Hollow.