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Dolly Parton opens new Dollywood resort

Guessing country singer will always love you, or rather, it.

This week saw the opening of Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort – perfect for those tired of working nine to five, trying hard to make a living…



[Apologies now for the endless Dolly Parton song references. Trust me, the above 9 to 5 reference isn’t anywhere near as clunky as my attempt to squeeze Jolene in there].


The resort’s opening comes as Dollywood celebrates it 30th anniversary and Parton claimed the move was a “dream come true”.


“It brings me back to when my whole family would get together on the front porch catching up and swapping stories,” she said.


“I want families to spend the day experiencing the fun of our parks, then come to this beautiful resort to spend time together making even more family memories!”


Guests staying at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort have access to unique Dollywood park privileges including free transportation to both Dollywood and Dollywood’s Splash Country, a free TimeSaver pass for each guest, early Saturday entrance and much more.


The resort closely mirrors the experience found at Dollywood, with live entertainment offerings and home-style dishes served up with a side of Southern hospitality for breakfast, lunch and dinner at Song & Hearth, the resort’s farmhouse-inspired restaurant.


Aside from premium facilities including indoor and outdoor pools, landscaped gardens, spa and meeting spaces, there are also unique amenities like storytelling spots, play areas, an event lawn and porches lined with rocking chairs.


Additionally, Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort’s close proximity to Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited national park in the country, allows guests the opportunity to explore the park’s beauty via its plentiful hiking and biking trails, auto tours, wildlife viewing areas and educational programs.


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Written by: Gaya Avery
Published: 29 July 2015

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