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Osprey

  • 4 Guests
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 4 Beds
  • 1 Bathroom

Osprey boasts outstanding views of the mountains and South Holston river.  Enjoy sitting on the covered deck with a fire crackling in an outdoor deck fireplace.  Osprey has two bedrooms and one-bath. Each bedroom has a queen-size bed and Murphy twin XL bed.   Because of the grade, this cabin may not be suitable for young children or people with limited mobility. 

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Parking

Wireless Broadband Internet

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Front Porch

Front Porch

Scenery

Rear Entrance to Osprey

Osprey

Osprey Back Porch & Wader Station

Amenities

Parking and facilities

Parking available , Private Porch

Policies

Credit cards accepted, Accessible 24/7, Children welcome, Pets not allowed , Smoking not allowed

Entertainment

Deck chairs , TV (Cable)

Kitchen and dining

Gas BBQ, Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Grill, Kitchen stove, Microwave, Oven, Refrigerator, Spices , Toaster

Bathroom and laundry

Bathroom & Laundry, Bed linen, Hair dryer, Clothes dryer, Iron & Board, Shower, Towel set , Washing machine

Heating and cooling

Air conditioning, Ceiling fans, Central heating , Fireplace

Internet and office

Wireless Broadband Internet

Home safety

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit , Smoke Detector

House Rules

  • Credit cards accepted

  • Children welcome

  • Pets not allowed

  • Smoking not allowed

Check-in: 03:00 PM

Check-out: 11:00 AM

Location

401 Tva Rd S , Bristol, United States

From the South (Asheville/Spartansbug)

Take I-26W to Exit 20B for US-11E/US-19W/Roan St.  Continue on US-11E N.  Take TN394E toward TN-390/Bluff City/Blountville/Bristol Motor Speedway.  Turn right onto TN394E for 7.5 miles and then turn right onto Rt. 421S for 2.9 miles to Emmett Road.  Turn right onto Emmett Road (Rt. 2373) and continue straight onto Holston View Dam Road (don’t turn right onto Emmett Road!!).  At fork, take right and continue over bridge.  Continue for approximately 0.3 miles and turn right onto TVA Road S.  The road terminates at Tailwaters Lodge. 

From the North (Roanoke)

Take I-81 S to Exit 17 to Virginia Route 75S toward Abingdon/South Holston Dam.  Continue on Rt. 75S for 9.7 miles and continue onto Rt. 44S for 2.5 miles.  At stop sign turn right onto Rt. 421N for 3.2 miles.  Turn left onto Emmett Rd. and continue straight onto Holston View Dam Road (don’t turn right onto Emmett Road!!).  At fork, take right and continue over bridge.  Continue for approximately 0.3 miles and turn right onto TVA Road S.  The road terminates at Tailwaters Lodge. 

From the West (Knoxville/Nashville)

Take I-81N to Exit 69 toward Blountville/Bristol and merge onto TN 394E for 12.8 miles.  Turn right onto Rt. 421S for 2.9 miles to Emmett Road.  Turn right onto Emmett Road (Rt. 2373) and continue straight onto Holston View Dam Road (don’t turn right onto Emmett Road!!).  At fork, take right and continue over bridge.  Continue for approximately 0.3 miles and turn right onto TVA Road S.  The road terminates at Tailwaters Lodge. 

From the East (Charlotte)

Take I-85S to Exit 17B toward US-321N.  Take exit 43for I-40W toward Asheville.  Take exit 105for NC-18 toward Shelby and go through Johnsboro.  Follow onto NC-181N and becomes US-221S for 32 miles.  Take sharp right onto NC-194N for 9.8 miles and contiunue onto US-19E N for 29.8 miles.  Turn right onto Bunker Hill Rd (1.3 miles)( and continue onto Chinquapin Grove Rd for 3.8 miles.  Continue straight onto TN-44N for 7.3 miles and continue straight ono Beidleman Creek Rd for 0.2 miles.  Turn right onto Emmett Road (Rt. 2373) for 1.2 miles and then turn right onto Holston View Dam Rd.  Continue over bridge and go approximately 0.3 miles then turn right onto TVA Road S.  The road terminates at Tailwaters Lodge. 

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About host

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Bruce & Paula Cote

Bruce grew up in New Hampshire and has been saying that Tennessee feels like a kinder, gentler New Hampshire - similar mountains, rivers, lakes, and foliage, yet less snow and less cold!  Paula grew up in upstate New York (Albany area) and spent much of her childhood in the Adirondack Mountains, so we both feel at home in the high country. We were married in 1985 and have two children - Jessica, who is now in heaven, and our son Joshua, who lives in the Boston area.  We believe that this new venture allows us to use our talents, skills, gifts, and experiences for God's glory.  We look forward to your stay with us and we feel confident that you'll be blessed during your time here. 

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