BEST WESTERN Plus Cedar Bluff Inn
420 N Peters Road, Knoxville, TN 37922-2332
Phone: 865/539-0058 | Fax: 865/539-4887 | 95 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
Everyone should check the Great Smoky Mountains off their bucket list, and we make it a little easier at our Knoxville hotel with luxury bedding and competitive prices.
Whether you're here for an event at the University of Tennessee or in town to discover the beauty of the Smokies, you deserve a Knoxville hotel with a great location and true southern hospitality. From the events at Neyland Stadium to the Turkey Creek Shopping Center, there's something for the whole family, whether someone's an outdoor lover or prefers a day of shopping to hiking.
We offer a spacious room size perfect for families or guests who prefer a little more space. Just ten minutes from downtown Knoxville and with easy access to restaurants and attractions, we're conveniently located but still far enough away from the hustle and bustle of downtown so that guests can relax. With easy on/off interstate access, our Knoxville hotel puts the comfort of guests first.
University of Tennessee football is a big reason why many of our guests choose our Knoxville hotel. However, the Knoxville Zoo is a must when visiting the area. From the head of the Tennessee River to outdoor Knoxville where hiking trails, kayaking and biking reign supreme, the possibilities are endless.
Business travelers often choose our Knoxville hotel because of the convenience and quiet rooms. Some of our frequent guests include employees of Oak Ridge National Labs, the Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Defense (DOD), Scripps, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA), and Jewelry Television. Even if you're here for business, it's easy to squeeze in some time for a visit to the Alex Haley Farm, the Museum of Appalachia, or the Mabry Hazen House.
Plan a trip to the American Museum of Science and Energy, East Tennessee Historical Society, take in a women's basketball game or visit James White's Fort. The history and culture is rich here.
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Hotel Amenities & Services
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary breakfast
- Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, waffles, bisuits, gravy, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee.
- Outdoor pool
- 24-hour front desk
- Safe deposit box
- Ice/vending machines, available on each floor
- Express check out
- Free parking
- Meeting facilities
- Banquet facilities
- Fax services
- Photocopy services
- Interior corridor
- Exercise facility, Open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Complimentary on-site cardio and weight center.
- Weight lifting equipment
- Universal gym
- Stationary bike
- Multilingual staff, (English, Spanish, Hindi)
- Guest laundry, available 24-hours for a nominal fee
- Laundromat, available 24-hours
- Express check in
- Business center, complimentary available 24-hours with color printer
- Printer available
- Fax machine
- Computer available
- Photocopy, nominal fee
- Photocopy services
- Equipment rental
- Copies, faxes, postal service drop-off
- Elevator, wheelchair accessible
- Outdoor parking
- Higher rates may apply for holidays/special events
- Cancel policy information for groups: A separate cancel policy may apply to reservations reserved under a group discount rate.
- Complimentary newspaper
- Complimentary health club privileges
- Bus parking
- High-speed Internet access
- Power converters for international guests
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Conveniently located, the best western plus cedar bluff inn in Knoxville, Tennessee is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 35.914865 / Latitude: -84.100635
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: I-75N/ I-40E. Take Exit 378, Cedar Bluff Road, turn right at end of exit onto Cedar Bluff Road, turn right at first light onto North Peters Road, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Cedar Bluff Inn is located approximately one mile on the right.
From: I-75S/ I-40W. Take Exit 378A, Cedar Bluff Road, turn left at light, traveling under the interstate, onto Cedar Bluff Road, at second light turn right onto North Peters Road, the BEST WESTERN PLUS Cedar Bluff Inn is located approximately one mile on the right.
BEST WESTERN Plus Cedar Bluff Inn
We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
One of Tennessee's most scenic parks, the Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area is a hub of historical landmarks and outdoor activities.
Stretched across 125,000 acres on eastern Tennessee's Cumberland Plateau, the park offers four-season outdoor activities, and shelters the historical Blue Heron Mining Community – which can be reached with the Big Fork South Scenic Railway.
World-class whitewater kayaking and canoeing await on the namesake Big South Fork of the Cumberland River. Scenic views of the surrounding mountains can be seen from more than 150 miles of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback trails – leading to landmarks like Angel Falls, Twin Arches, Needle Arch, and Slave Falls.
Established in 1851, Carson-Newman University is a private institution found in Jefferson City. A short drive from Knoxville, Carson-Newman University is a well-regarded school in eastern Tennessee. Originally known as the Mossy Creek Missionary Baptist Seminary, Carson-Newman University offers students degrees in 90 different programs.
In collegiate sports, the Carson-Newman Eagles participate in the South Atlantic Conference for football, golf, baseball, basketball, and tennis. Check out Roy Harmon Field at Burke-Tarr Stadium for Eagles' football games, while the McCown Soccer Field hosts men's and women's soccer matches.
Operated by the East Tennessee Historical Society, the East Tennessee History Center features the Museum of East Tennessee History – open daily in the Tennessee city of Knoxville. The center is also home to the McClung Historical Collection and the Knox County Archives.
Permanent exhibits include “The East Tennessee Streetscape” and “Voices of the Land: The People of East Tennessee” – showcasing the Cherokee Indians, Tennessee’s frontier days, Civil War, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, emergence of country music, and the Civil Rights movements.
Tennessee's 53rd state park, the Justin P. Wilson Cumberland Trail State Park is located in eastern Tennessee, just north of Knoxville. Cumberland Trail State Park features 150 miles of trail ready for exploration. Hikers trek the Tennessee River Gorge Segment in Prentice Cooper State Forest, and the Grassy Cove Segment on Black and Brady Mountain – among others.
Once the Cumberland Trail is completed, it will extend to 300 miles and pass through 11 Tennessee counties. The trail follows sections of the Cumberland Mountains, so be sure to bring your camera for the only "linear park" in Tennessee.
Located in downtown Knoxville, Tennessee, the Knoxville Visitor’s Center is a hub of information, entertainment, and art.
Knoxville Visitor’s Center allows visitors a peek into the culture of the city – with its own live music, recording studio, and gift shop featuring unique gifts found only in Knoxville.
Maps, brochures, and free parking are available to assist travelers on their way through the city’s many attractions. If you are new to the Knoxville area, or just passing through for the first time, the Visitor’s Center is the perfect place to stop for recommendations on local restaurants, shopping, and music venues in town.
The information desk is staffed with folks ready to show what southern hospitality is all about, and help you navigate Marble City.
The state of Tennessee is known for it's wide-reaching array of attractions. From the early American history to the legendary music-themed sites, you'll rarely ever be without something exciting to do. You can keep that trend alive during your next stay in Knoxville – head for Lindsey Nelson Stadium to watch the UT Volunteers play baseball.
Found on the souther ridge of the University of Tennessee campus, the Lindsey Nelson Stadium is a 4,283-seat baseball stadium – though locals will have you know the record attendance was 5,086. The Lindsey Nelson Stadium opened in 1993, and was renovated in 2010. It's named in honor of broadcasting legend and UT alum Lindsey Nelson.
Those looking to travel in the Knoxville, Tennessee area have a wonderful option outside of the city. Head south to Alcoa, to find the McGhee Tyson Airport, located west of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The airport, named in honor of Charles McGhee Tyson, has provided aviation services for the area since 1927. This joint civil-military airport is the home base for the McGhee Tyson Air National Guard, for the 134th Air Refueling Wing. The I.G. Brown Air National Guard Training and Education Center is also located on the Air Force Base.
Daily commercial flights are available via seven commercial airlines to many major U.S. cities including Orlando, Denver, Charlotte, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Detroit, Memphis, Fort Lauderdale, and New York. General aviation services are provided by TAC Air, the airport's fixed base operator.
While there are many premier and must-see attractions found throughout Tennessee, it's easy to argue one of the most desirable tickets in the land is Neyland Stadium. Head for eastern TN and stay in the charming and beautiful Knoxville, home of the Neyland Stadium, for exciting University of Tennessee football.
Opened in 1921, Neyland Stadium seats an impressive 102,455 fans after its most recent expansion in 2010. Originally known as Shields-Watkins Field, Neyland Stadium (pronounced Nee-Land) hosts all of the UT home football games. The UT football seasons kicks off each year in September and plays through the end of November.
Set along the Cumberland Plateau, the Obed Wild & Scenic River is located in eastern Tennessee – just northwest of Knoxville. Found between Interstate 40 and I-75, the Obed offers paddling, rock climbing, hiking, and bird watching.
Hikers at Obed enjoy Point Trail, Lilly Bluff Overlook Trail, Lilly Bridge Trail, Lilly Boulder Trail, and the Emory River Nature Trail. The Obed Wild & Scenic River Visitor Center is open daily in downtown Wartburg, and features exhibits, interpretive programs, and a bookstore.
A commemoration to American roots music, the annual Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest is held each spring in downtown Knoxville. Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest is held on the Bill Lyons Stage, the Square Room, Tennessee Theatre, the Knoxville Botanical Garden & Arboretum, and several locations in Knoxville.
Part of the yearly Dogwood Arts Festival – another spring Tennessee festival – the Rhythm N’ Blooms Fest features country, blues, jazz, rock, bluegrass, and folk musicians. Don’t miss other festival features like workshops, autograph sessions, and great food and shopping.
Constructed for the 1982 World's Fair, the Sunsphere is an iconic observation tower set in central Knoxville.
Found in eastern Tennessee, this 266-foot structure is located in World's Fair Park – open from 6 a.m. to midnight – along with the Tennessee Amphitheater.
Knoxville visitors need reach the Sunsphere's Observation Deck on the fourth level, or try dinner at the Icon Ultra Lounge on the fifth level. The observation deck is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. from April through October, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. November to March.
After the Sunsphere, don’t miss the World's Fair Park attractions like the Court of Flags Fountains, the Sergei Rachmaninoff Walk, or grab a seat on the Festival Lawn.
The official state theatre of Tennessee, the Tennessee Theatre opened its doors on October 1, 1928 in Knoxville, Tennessee. The theatre is home to the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra as well as the Knoxville Opera, plus movie screenings, concerts, and more performing arts. Over the years the theatre has undergone restorations and updates to equipment, as well as the building itself.
Known by many as "Knoxville's Grand Entertainment Palace," the theatre has been the premier place for entertainment since the late 1920s. In 1982 the Tennessee Theatre was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The theatre features the original Mighty Wurlitzer organ, a cornerstone of the theatre since its grand opening in 1928.
There will always be much to see and do during any visit to Tennessee. Plan your next trip to Knoxville and make it a point to check out the Thompson-Boling Arena. This multi-use venue is home to the University of Tennessee Volunteers men's and women's basketball, and the UT women's volleyball team.
You can find the Thompson-Boling Arena on the UT campus overlooking the impressive Tennessee River. Originally opened in 1987, the Thompson-Boling Arena was renovated in 2007, seats a maximum of 21,678, features a hardwood court and playing surface. This venue also hosts other events like concerts and professional wrestling.
University of Tennessee Campus
Established in 1794, the University of Tennessee is the flagship school of the University of Tennessee System.
As you travel through eastern Tennessee, head for Knoxville and plan on exploring the nearly 560-acre campus. You'll find UT – as it's commonly referred – in between the Lee Highway and the Tennessee River.
Sporting their famous orange and white colors, the University of Tennessee fields 18 varsity-level teams across several different sports.
The UT Volunteers football team plays home games at Neyland Stadium, the Volunteers basketball teams play at the Thompson-Boling Arena, and the Volunteers baseball team plays at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.
Make your way to Knoxville and check out one of the area's premier sports-related attractions – the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. You can find this impressive destination near downtown Knoxville, only minutes from the University of Tennessee campus, along the James White Parkway and Hall of Fame Drive.
Opened in 1999, the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame honors both men and women who've in major ways contributed to the sport of women's basketball. Former University of Tennessee Lady Vols head coach Pat Summit was part of the inaugural class inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 10.00 mile(s) from University of Tennessee and downtown
- 10.00 mile(s) from Knoxville Convention CTR
- 10.00 mile(s) from Old City of Knoxville
- 15.00 mile(s) from Knoxville Zoo
- 15.00 mile(s) from Museum of Atomic Energy
- 22.00 mile(s) from Confederate Cemetery
- 35.00 mile(s) from Smoky Mountain National Park
- 35.00 mile(s) from Ripley Aquarium
- 45.00 mile(s) from Dollywood, and Pigeon Forge
- 3.00 mile(s) from West Town Mall, Knoxville
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Outdoor pool
- 0.2.00 mile(s) from movie theater
- 2.00 mile(s) from Dead Horse Lake, golfing
- 5.00 mile(s) from Willow Creek, golfing
- 6.00 mile(s) from US Cellular Soccer Complex
- 7.00 mile(s) from Gettysvue, golfing
- 8.00 mile(s) from Lakeshore Park
- 8.00 mile(s) from Icearium Hockey
- 50.00 mile(s) from skiing
- 0.10 mile(s) from Outback Steakhouse, full service, steak house, open for: dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Carrabbas, bar/lounge, American, open for: dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Parkside Tavern, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Applebee's, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Pulio's Grill, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Sonny's BB, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 0.50 mile(s) from Famous Dave's BBQ, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
- 1.00 mile(s) from Cracker Barrel, bar/lounge, American, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner
- 0.10 mile(s) from Peerless, bar/lounge, steak house, open for: dinner, serves steak and seafood
- 1.50 mile(s) from Wasibi Japanese, bar/lounge, American, open for: lunch, dinner
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Enjoy your stay with us even more by checking out some of the most popular area points of interest and local area events happening in or near Knoxville. Chase the links to explore the local region even more.
Local Events Worth Considering:
2015 Pops on the River
Celebrate our nation's independence with an evening of soothing music from the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra followed by a dazzling fireworks display over the Tennessee River. The event begins at 10 p.m. at Coolidge Park.
2016 Knoxville Film Festival
All sorts of documentaries, short films, and feature films, made by some of the country's best up-and-coming filmmakers will be on display this summer in Knoxville. Don't miss the workshops and other special events as well.
10th Annual Arts in the Park
The city of Morristown celebrates its artistic side with a full day of visual and performing arts at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Even better, admission is free. It all begins at 10 a.m.
30th Annual Newport Harvest Street Festival
The city of Newport is just about ready to celebrate the harvest. Be a part of the festivities as the city hosts two days of great food, music, games, events, and so much more. The event is free. The fest begins at 9:30 a.m.
2016 Fantasy of Lights Christmas Parade
A dazzling parade held each and every year in downtown Gatlinburg, featuring tons of lighted floats, marching bands, giant balloons, and an appearence from the big guy in red. The parade begins at 7:30 p.m.
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