Bittersweet Cabin Village

Bittersweet Cabin Village, Renfro Valley: Address, Bittersweet Cabin Village Reviews: 4/5

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Evan L
Blountville, TN458 contributions
A nice collection of log cabins
Nov 2019
This group of log cabins sits next to the Renfro Valley Entertainment Center. You can park behind the entertainment barn or there is a small parking area nearer the road, between the barn and the craft store which also acts as an entrance to a cluster of log cabins you can walk around. When I was there in November the craft store was the only one you could actually enter. I have submitted photos of the cabins in my review of the Renfro Valley Entertainment Center. When we came to live near Bristol TN in 1993 there were 5 old original log cabins within a few hundred yards of our house. They are all gone now. Some were moved to a museum but they are becoming quite rare.
Written 3 November 2019
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leprecaun28
Ontario, Canada2 contributions
If you're passing through, its a great place to stop for a 'spell'...
Apr 2018 • Family
We stayed in the RV park at Renfro Valley Entertainment Centre but the guy who registered us in said the cabins/stores were closed because of the economy. First night was a bit noisy as there were a movie crew using the parking lot.
I'm not that much into country music but the Kentucky State Hall of Fame is a great museum to visit if you are in the area. I really enjoyed it from start to finish.
Had no idea that two of the Backstreet boys and Florence Henderson were from Kentucky...well worth the $10 admission.
Written 20 April 2018
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Paul S
Marion1,565 contributions
Don't overlook a gem of a museum
Apr 2017 • Family
I didn't even know this place was here. We got in free with our Kentucky Music Hall of Fame tickets, and my family enjoyed the Bittersweet Cabins more. If you only visit the village, it's two dollars or so which is a bargain. Entrance to the village is through the gift shop. If you are pressed for time, skip the video and go directly to the tinsmith. Some highlights include the general store, the tribute to pioneer women, and the hammer collection. The resident cat might act as your guide.
Written 6 April 2017
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