Places to Stay

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The Station at 19E


Voted #4 Hostel on the Appalachian Trail!

27 Bed Hostel, plus Roan Mountain's ONLY craft beer pub/hostel, serving a rotating variety of local brews! Eight taps serving a variety of seasonal local craft beers, live music, outdoor and indoor seating right off the Appalachian Trail trailheads at 19E.  Food trucks on occasion or order in from Roan Mountain Takeout!  (575)694-0734 • 9637 Highway 19E.

Parking and shuttle services provided by Doe River Hiker Rest

Mountain Harbour B&B


Bed and breakfast and Appalachian Hostel. Known for having the best breakfast on the trail. Semi-private rooms and beds in the hostel. Well appointed b&b rooms and a unique treehouse experience for lodging. Food trailer and general store onsite. The Mountain Harbour Hostel is rustic and charming. With The Buck Creek flowing beside it and The Appalachian Trail less than 3/10 of a mile away, it’s an ideal spot to take a break from the trail.  Originally built in 1904 you can experience the true essence of The Appalachians Mountains in East Tennessee.  With accommodations for ten, all beds include fresh linens and towels.  There is a wood burning stove for those chilly nights in the mountains. There is also a common area below for cooking or just relaxing in front of the big screen TV’s.

(423)772-9494 • 9151 Highway 19E.

Roan Mountain Bed And Breakfast

Nestled in the heart of the countryside, this B&B is perfectly located for a weekend break. In the late 1800s, Rev. William Lawson Morgan bought a plot of land midway up a rugged "hollow" and built a two-story house where he and his wife Matilda raised their family.  Rev. Morgan, an itinerant mountain evangelist, preached the Gospel through the mountains during the winter months, and in the summer farmed the land and provided for his family's needs.  As adjacent acres became available, he purchased them until by the time of his death in 1924, he had accumulated 121 acres reaching all the way to the river at the foot of the mountain.  Years later their son, John, and his wife Edith Morgan, who had purchased the property from the siblings, expanded the cabin and moved there themselves.  After their deaths, their children Robert John Morgan and Ann Morgan Campbell, unable to part with property which had been in their family for three generations, opened it as Roan Mountain Bed and Breakfast with the surrounding property designated as a tree farm.  

(423)772-3204 • 132 W.B. Mitchell Road.

Roan Mountain State Park

6,285 feet above sea level. Cabin rentals, RV hookups, 12 miles of hiking trails, Miller Farmstead, wildlife rescue and shelter, 2.25 miles of mountain bike trails, swimming pool and amphitheater.

(423)772-3303 • Highway 143

Air BnB offerings

212 Heaton Creek Road

Two minutes from the Roan Mountain State Park, and 200 yards away from Triple J Farm. Sleeps 6

Granny’s House, a relaxing retreat.

Roan Mountain Hideaway

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