The Sidecar Inn

Bed & Breakfast

3 Rooms, Historic B&B
Home-cooked Breakfasts
3 Rooms, Historic B&B
Home-cooked Breakfasts
About Us

An Historic Bed & Breakfast in Rural Sevier County.

Located in quiet and rural Sevier County, The Sidecar Inn is near the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, but away from the noise and traffic of Pigeon Forge & Gatlinburg. Many entertainment, shopping, and dining options are just minutes away. We can provide alternate routes that will avoid the 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 from the front

The Sidecar Inn

The Sidecar Inn Bed & Breakfast occupies the historic Thomas Brabson house completed in 1854. There are three bedrooms available for guests, each with a private bath. 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.

Guests will see 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. We have used antique furnishings as much as possible.

Homemade breakfast of waffles, bacon, banana, and berries.

Homemade Breakfasts

A full multi-course breakfast is served each morning. Most baked goods served are home made, and include sourdough breads, cookies, and cinnamon rolls.

Food allergies or dietary preferences? Please let us know before you come. We happily accommodate vegetarians or vegans, or food allergies.

Leaving early? To-go breakfast items can be available with prior notice.

Coffee and tea will be available from early in the morning through late afternoon.

Rooms at The Sidecar Inn

Entrance to Kyle's bedroom

Kyle’s Corner Bedroom

A spacious bedroom located up a beautiful staircase on the second floor. This room is in the oldest part of the house. On a clear day there are gorgeous views of the Smoky Mountains.

Virage de Mulsanne Room

Virage de Mulsanne Bedroom

Named after a famous corner on the Circuit de la Sarthe where the 24 Hours of Le Mans race is held each June. This room is a mirror of Kyle’s Corner Room.

Chaise lounge in the Laconia Room

The Laconia Bedroom

Named after the world’s oldest motorcycle rally that began with a Gypsy Tour in 1916 at Weirs Beach New Hampshire. The painting above the bed, by William B MacGregor, depicts a scene from the rally.


What Our Guests Have to Say

Diana DeMarcoDiana DeMarco
01:26 23 May 23
We were on the road exploring the Knoxville area and we were so fortunate that the Sidecar Inn was available for our stay! This B&B has everything you’d expect: a property with a wonderful breakfast room and solid local history, fantastic nourishing food, and resourceful and kind innkeepers. We’re both fast paced people and it was such a pleasure to treat ourselves to locally sourced food, pleasant conversation and a comfortable room. We learned so much about the area from Roger and Deb. They really went above and beyond. Thank you!
Katie Hunt-MorrKatie Hunt-Morr
22:56 18 Feb 23
Sidecar Inn is a dream for anyone looking for an authentic B&B experience. Roger and Deb have done a beautiful job converting and decorating the home from the 1850s. Our room was lovely- great bed, antique period furniture, and nice linens- with a modern bathroom. The food is a real highlight. Roger makes everything from scratch (including home-baked bread) with fresh, locally sourced produce, eggs, and meat. He and Deb are the kind of innkeepers that make B&Bs an experience worth seeking out. They helped us celebrate my dad’s 75th birthday with a beautiful brunch and surprise birthday decorations. We can’t wait to stay with them again.
14:04 18 Feb 23
We stayed at the Side Car Inn recently and it was wonderful. Beautiful old home just outside of the hustle and bustle of Sevierville. Roger and Deb were great hosts and their dog Kierra was very friendly. The breakfast was amazing, best stuffed french toast we've ever had and Roger makes his own bread, be sure to buy a loaf if he has any left over. Nice to have found this gem for a weekend getaway to relax and enjoy life.We high recommend this inn, you will come away relaxed and very happy.
Cel and Dave SmalleyCel and Dave Smalley
00:00 03 Feb 23
My wife and I were traveling from Cleveland, OH to the Greenvillee, SC area last weekend and found the Sidecar Inn to be the perfect stopover to break our drive. The Inn was clean and comfortable and we thoroughly enjoyed the delicious breakfast of stuffed french toast, fresh berries, scrambled eggs and coffee. Roger was welcoming and hospitable and provided great suggestions for dinner nearby. We highly recommend the Sidecar Inn and will definitely make plans to stay again in future.
Lori BLori B
17:44 26 Oct 22
My husband and I spent 2 nights at the Sidecar Inn. It was a wonderful experience! It was so nice to get out of the hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg during peak leaf season. The entire inn was very clean. Our bed was very comfortable. The breakfast and company were excellent. I highly recommend it!
Tana RiebeTana Riebe
20:00 18 Oct 22
Roger,Deb and Kierra (their dog)😀were the best! Such a peaceful setting, loved sitting on the screened in porch and looking out. Roger is a great chef , interesting, caring and a great man. His wife Deb, although I didn’t have as much time with her has a gentle spirit and caring heart.The food was excellent and you feel like family…..hard to leave
Bryce M FroererBryce M Froerer
15:01 14 Jun 22
We stayed at the Side Car Inn for two nights. It is quiet, clean and easy to get to. It's also an interesting historic home. Roger and Deb were the perfect hosts. Breakfast was outstanding. It is close enough to the Park for easy access; Roger provided great suggestions for things to do and see.

Find Your Way to

The Sidecar Inn

Located in the historic Boyds Creek community at 2778 Boyds Creek Highway, approximately 10 miles from downtown Sevierville.

Your Innkeeper is here to help!

Your innkeeper, Roger Moroney, resides onsite and looks forward to assisting guests in an exploration of all the area has to offer.

Roger Moroney, your Innkeeper

Check-in Time

Check-in at The Sidecar Inn is between 3:00 – 7:00 pm.

If you need to make other arrangements, please contact us directly. Any balance due for your stay will be collected upon check-in.

All major credit cards are accepted as well as cash. No checks, personal or otherwise please.

An overview of breakfast offerings and timing will be provided at check-in. Checkout is 11:00am due to the time required to properly prepare the rooms for the next guest. Late checkouts are generally not available. We are able to hold luggage for later pick up if necessary.

Kiera the dog in our sidecar

Along with owning a sidecar rig, consisting of a 1995 Harley-Davidson FLHR and a 1998 Liberty Classic sidecar, we also have a dog on site. Kiera joined us from the Sevier Animal Care Center in February 2022. She is about 7 years old, and a 50/50 mix of Australian Shepherd and German Shepherd. She generally stays in our private living area, but does like to exuberantly greet our guests with a loud welcome followed by some sniffing. She’s a sweet girl who loves ear scratches and belly rubs. Kiera sometimes makes appearances in our newsletter.