HIDDEN HOLLOW – A small secluded resort …for the PERFECT.. WEDDING, or GATHERING of family, friends or co-workers,
or just to GETAWAY and rest, relax and rejoice!
Hidden Hollow is in the southern Appalachians and is a part of McLemore Cove, which is included on the National Historic Register. It is 135 mostly wooded acres of seclusion at the foot of, and on the side of, Lookout Mountain, 20 miles from downtown Chattanooga. The five-acre lake is spring fed with a small creek bordering the property. Special on-site interests (besides the many tourist attractions in the nearby areas) are the Cherokee Indian heritage, the Civil War happenings, remnants of old moonshine stills, and varied outdoor games.
We like to think of our place as the place you always wanted for the “perfect wedding’; as a ‘gathering place’, to build community; and as a “getaway,” a retreat from the tensions, noises, and rush of today’s lifestyles. We encourage our guests to take advantage of Hidden Hollow’s peace and quiet and relive the days when families and friends sat on the porches and visited, played horseshoes, croquet, etc. on the lawns, paddled the canoes or kayaks around the lake or fish from its banks.
We create a special atmosphere here for guests who, upon arriving recognize that this is indeed ‘a special place’. A place where people sense the spiritual peace of the place. Where they feel more connected with family and friends with whom they are experiencing the place. A place where upon returning from various day trips, are ready for relaxing with a moonlight walk, or a sing-along and marshmallow roast around a country campfire. Although the cabins are built in a rustic style (some log, some frame), they do provide a comfortable respite. A wonderful place to make memories with your family and friends as you reflect on cherished traditions and create new ones here in this peaceful spot.
Please remember that you are visiting the country, and you must be aware that, as in most any “rural” place, there may be chiggers, no-see-ums, crawling things, etc. For your continued enjoyment, be sure you take the proper precautions. Please remember, there are hazards associated with such country places and you are responsible for your own welfare and that of any children who accompany you.