Romantic hideaways don’t get more delightful than Woodsong. Tucked among towering old-growth trees overlooking the Great Smoky Mountains, it’s a petite delight packed with plenty of comforts. And despite its private, away-from-it-all setting, it’s just a 10-minute drive to the restaurants, shops and attractions of downtown Gatlinburg.
Woodsong is decorated in timeless, elegant mountain style. Two oversize leather recliners offer a perfect vantage point for watching a movie on the flat-panel TV with cable and a DVD player or for gazing out the windows at the woodlands. The stone-surround wood-burning fireplace casts a golden glow on the lustrous wood floors in winter, and in summer the ceiling fan adds a refreshing breeze.
Because of Woodsong’s proximity to downtown, you have a vast array of restaurants to choose from: a steakhouse one night, a fish eatery the next, barbecue or pizza the night after. But for true romance, it’s difficult to beat a quiet dinner for two at home. The stools at the breakfast bar might remind you of a charming Parisian bistro, and the fully equipped kitchen means you can channel your inner Julia Child and create a multicourse feast if you’d like. Then again, even grilled cheese is romantic when enjoyed with the right person!
Thanks to the cabin’s open layout you’ll be able to watch TV and enjoy the warmth of the fireplace even while propped up on the queen-size bed’s pillows.
While Woodson's plentiful windows let you admire the scenery from indoors, the best spot for enjoying the sights and sounds of nature is the deck’s hot tub. Take a dip in the morning while chickadees and wrens serenade you; savor a moonlit soak late at night as owls croon a lullaby. And after a day of hiking, biking, white-water rafting, skiing, or exploring Dollywood, there’s nothing like a session in the hot tub to sooth your tired muscles and give you a second wind.
When you’re not relishing your time alone together among the beauty and comforts of Woodsong, you’ll find plenty to see and do just a short drive away. If you’re visiting in the summer, you’ll have free access to the nearby swimming pool, where you can relax on a poolside chaise when you’re not cooling off in the water. The cabin is also close to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where you can hike among waterfalls, fish for trout, go biking or horseback riding… why, you could easily spend every day of your stay exploring the park! And let’s not forget the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Loop, an eight-mile trail of more than 100 galleries, studios, and craft shops offering everything from stained glass to chainsaw art, custom knives to pottery; Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area; golf; white-water rafting; Dollywood and more.
Woodsong truly is a gem of a cabin, offering privacy, beauty, comfort, and convenience in a petite package. See for yourself—book your stay today!