Front view of The Historic Sidecar Inn

The historic Sidecar Inn Bed & Breakfast is located in Sevier County near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We are just minutes away from the entertainment, shopping, and dining options in the Smoky Mountains, Sevierville, Pigeon Forge, and Gatlinburg area. South Knoxville and Maryville are within 30 minutes. We can help with alternate routes to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg that will avoid the worst of the traffic on the Parkway. It is a great base location to explore the many interesting places and scenic views across East Tennessee, western North Carolina, southern Kentucky, and southwestern Virginia.

The Sidecar Inn Bed & Breakfast occupies the historic Thomas Brabson house, which was completed in 1854. When fully open there will be four bedrooms available for guests, each with a private bathroom. The guest entrance is at the front of the house, up the original stone steps and onto the porch located under a Federal style portico. A swing on one side provides a relaxing location to read or to watch the world go by. Upon entering through the original oversized hand fitted wooden door, guests will see the house retains much of the original woodwork. Examples include the Tennessee red pine wide-plank flooring, handrail and trim on the front stairs, fireplace mantels, and the shiplap exterior and interior. Antique furnishings were used as much as possible.

Breakfast

A full multi-course breakfast is served each morning. Most baked goods served are home made such as sourdough breads, cookies, and cinnamon rolls. Special dietary preferences can usually be accommodated with prior notice. In case of an early departure prior to breakfast, to go items will be available with prior notice. Coffee and tea will be available from early in the morning through late afternoon.

Our Location

We are located in the historic Boyds Creek community at 2778 Boyds Creek Highway, approximately 10 miles from downtown Sevierville. Boyds Creek Highway is also designated as TN Highway 338. Your innkeeper, Roger Moroney, resides on-site and looks forward to assisting guests in an exploration of all the area has to offer.