Location: Bryson City, North Carolina
Go: Unplug. Unwind. Unhosted. Lakeview at Fontana in beautiful, mountainous Bryson City, North Carolina, invites guests to soak up nature and invites nature lovers to come experience magic. Fresh mountain air and open spaces invite guests to kick back and relax while enjoying the comforts of home.
Whether guests enjoy a treetop soaking cabana experience, the accommodating guest rooms options or locally-recommended dining and activities in the Great Smokies, all guests will walk away from Lakeview at Fontana rejuvenated and refreshed.
Choose to stay from a queen or king room as well as 1- or 2- bedroom suites. To intentionally keep a space of relaxation, no in-room Wifi or TV will be available for guests. Some of the many resort amenities at Lakeview at Fontana include a 2.5 mile hiking trail, a seasonally-opened outdoor pool, usage of a trendy lounge space and deck and access to self-pay Honor Markets offering snacks, necessities and bath and body products.
Enjoy a getaway in a charming hideaway surrounded by tranquil mountains at the Soaking Cabana. This oversized stand-alone tub, large enough for two, is offered for guests to enjoy at a cost. The views of the Great Smokies and the romantic soak is the perfect combination for a North Carolina getaway for couples.
And Do Good: Lakeview at Fontana works closely with Blue Monarch, a ministry that provides a long-term, residential and therapeutic Christian community for women and their children to break adverse cycles and rebuild their families. They assist women and their children who are dealing with addiction, domestic violence, and economic hardship to transform in mind, body, and spirit by providing a nurturing and therapeutic environment for individuals and families to achieve sobriety, enhance mother and child relationships, and build better life skills while promoting spiritual growth. They promote guests to consider purchasing their granola and they host the residents to a much needed relaxing retreat whenever possible, with a recent occurrence being in April 2022.