Bear Country Cabin - Gatlinburg Cabin

Bear Country Cabin, 2 Bedrooms, Private, Foosball, Hot Tub, Sleeps 6
Gatlinburg, TN, US
4.5 (11 Reviews)
Sleeps 6
2 Bedrooms
2 Baths
Pets Allowed
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The Cabin

  • Property type: Cabin
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Smoking: Non-smoking
  • Beds: 2 King, 1 Sofa Sleepers
  • Check In Time: 4:00 PM
  • Check Out Time: 10:00 AM
  • Min Renter Age: 25+
  • Pets Allowed


Bear Country Cabin combines the peace and privacy of a secluded mountain hideaway with the convenience of being just minutes from restaurants, shops, and attractions. What’s more, the 2-bedroom log cabin looks as delightfully rustic as the woodlands surrounding it, yet its sophisticated amenities include an outdoor hot tub, an indoor jet tub, free WiFi, and satellite TV.

When you’re surrounded by lush old-growth trees harboring choirs of songbirds, you want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Bear Country Cabin makes that easy. Its deck, which wraps across the front of the cabin and down one side, is furnished with chairs and a bistro table so that you can relish the sights and sounds of mountain living anytime you want. You can enjoy your meals outdoors too, at the picnic table to the side of the cabin—and cook them alfresco, on the charcoal grill.

Perhaps the best spot to soak up the sunshine, the crisp breeze, and the sight of eagles and falcons soaring overhead is while taking a literal soak—in the deck’s hot tub. And luxuriating among the steamy bubbles is even more magical at night, under a twinkling canopy of stars, the hoots of the owls punctuating the harmonizing of the crickets.

The interior of Bear Country Cabin offers its own charms. Large windows bring the vistas indoors, and the sunlight shows off the rich grain of the wood floors, walls, and vaulted ceiling to perfection. The plush sofas invite you to stretch out with a good book or to cozy up with the family as you watch a movie on the 37” HDTV with DVD player and satellite channels. In winter you’ll want to pull the wingback chair close to the gas fireplace as you unwind with a book.

Among the many benefits of vacationing in a cabin rather than a hotel is being able to cook your own meals and enjoy them in privacy. Bear Country Cabin’s kitchen is equipped with all the appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware you’d expect in any home, with a breakfast bar that provides plenty of counter space (and a place for sous chefs to sit while helping you prepare a meal). If you have K-cups, bring them: The kitchen has a Keurig brewing system. There’s a dishwasher too, because who wants to scrub plates while on vacation? If you prefer to eat indoors rather than at the outdoor picnic table, you can make yourselves comfortable at the dining table, which seats 6.

After dinner, head upstairs to the loft’s game room for an unexpected treat: foosball! Just don’t let the spectacular views from the expansive windows put you off your game!

One of Bear Country Cabin’s 2 en-suite bedrooms is on the loft level as well. Both this bedroom and the one on the main floor have king-size beds, full bathrooms, and cozy rustic furnishings that transform the spaces into cocooning retreats. The upstairs bedroom does have the advantage of a jetted tub in the room, however. A long soak will help keep your muscles from stiffening up after a day on the slopes, the links, or the hiking trail—and might put you in the mood for romance too! If you have additional guests, don’t worry: One of the living room’s sofas opens into a bed for 2, so that up to 6 people can spend the night.

Bear Country Cabin’s prime location means you can drive to downtown Gatlinburg in about 10 minutes. There you’ll find restaurants, an aquarium, mini golf, and a host of other attractions. Just slightly farther afield are Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area, Wild Bear Falls Water Park, and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with its waterfalls, wildflowers, and wildlife. Even Dollywood and the other attractions of Pigeon Forge are just a half-hour away.

Regardless of how you spend your days, you’ll love returning to the comfort and quiet of Bear Country Cabin at night. Experience it for yourself; book your stay today!

Please remember that Gatlinburg and the surrounding area is a mountain town with snow and icy conditions during the winter. Inclement weather can affect driving and parking conditions regardless of the property, driveway, or roads. We strongly recommend four-wheel drive and/or chains during the winter months.


  • Wooded View
  • Hot Tub
  • Pet Friendly
  • Cable Satellite
  • Air Conditioning
  • Dishwasher
  • DVD Player
  • Fireplace
  • Grill
  • Nearby Grocery
  • Wifi
  • Washer Dryer
  • Internet Access
  • Mountain View


Cancellation Policy

This host gives 100% refunds of booking deposits within 48 hours of booking.

Only the guest named on the rental agreement may notify host either in written or verbal form of the request to cancel. Reservations are non-refundable if cancelled less than 45 days prior to arrival for 1-5 bedrooms, 90 days prior to arrival for 6-10 bedrooms and 180 days prior to arrival for 11+ bedrooms.

There are no refunds for bad weather, snow, no-shows, late arrival or early departure.

Traveler Reviews

11 Reviews
4.5 out of 5
George E.
Guntown, MS
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5 out of 5
Reviewed August, 2019

Awesome stay

Wonderful place, up away from others, still close to all the stuff in town. Beautiful scenery.

Would recommend to others? Yes
Ashay M.
Carol Stream, IL
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4 out of 5
Reviewed July, 2018


a few of the furniture was broken andi tried telling the management but they didnt pick up. i would have liked it if they answered my calls

Would recommend to others? Yes
Jennifer W.
Louisville, KY
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5 out of 5
Reviewed November, 2018

Great stay

I really enjoyed all the bear decorations, the cabin is a cute setup and big beds, the giant tub in the bedroom was perfect for relaxing, the kitchen is fully stocked of everything you need to make what you want all you have to get is food and seasonings other than that they have wine openers, and every kind of cooking utensil. The hot tub was also nice maybe could use a step because ya short people can’t get in there easily. The only bad thing about this cabin is the winding road to get to and from the cabin it’s pretty scary in the dark never knowing when a sharp corner will come out of no where.

Would recommend to others? Yes
Veronica G.
Chicago, IL
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5 out of 5
Reviewed September, 2018

Vacation of a lifetime

Our time in the cabin was an eye opening experience and changed our perspective on living in the woods and outside of the city, and everyone had the best vacation of they're life including the dog, we all were sad to leave but we are planning on returning soon

Would recommend to others? Yes
Beverly W.
Wetumpka, AL
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5 out of 5
Reviewed September, 2019

A very Beary time

Loved seeing the bear family in the yard

Would recommend to others? Yes
Maria C.
Springdale, AR
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5 out of 5
Reviewed August, 2017

Would recommend to others? Yes
Tammy Y.
bethpage, TN
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3 out of 5
Reviewed July, 2017

Was ok

Only one eye of the stove works , so it was very hard to cook while we was there.

Would recommend to others? No
Amy A.
Reading, OH
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5 out of 5
Reviewed October, 2018

Cute Private Cabin!

Very private, nice, and clean. Road to cabin is narrow, hilly, and has sharp turns. I read there was no door to the upstairs bedroom and it’s true. I thought maybe there was a pocket door, but there isn’t. That was disappointing. The upstairs shower wasn’t working. Hot tub was great. Dryer and dishwasher worked. Slept solid, but beds are not very comfortable (compared to Marriott). Pull-out couch is not comfortable! Much more comfy to sleep on couch, but it’s too short for tall people. Bring a blow up mattress for guest 5 and 6?? There’s no gate on the deck, so animals could walk right up to the hot tub potentially. The place is sooooo cute!! Bear decorations everywhere!! But somehow not overdone. There’s lots of seating. The jacuzzi was awesome. The drive from 321 and Ridge - going via Cartertown is 10-12 minutes, but feels longer, because you have to go slow and be careful, especially at night! Didn’t see any bears at cabin, but did see a bobcat. There were about 7-8 bath towels (very starchy), so bring your own if you have people who need 2 towels. Bring your own hot tub towels. There needs to be a step to get into the hot tub. No cup holders, above water level, in hot tub. It could also use a little table near hot tub. But there is a table and 4 chairs on deck. And again, hot tub itself was nice! Spider webs everywhere but hey, it’s nature! Not many bugs inside. Heating and air work well. Water pressure was decent in downstairs shower. Tons of kitchen supplies! Electric stove cooked way too fast, so be prepared for that and cook on low. Eggs were done in 45 seconds. No joke. Lighting was good but no candles available. Closets were a nice size. TV needs to be input on HDMI1, not on TV. Door lock code and alarm code worked perfectly. I think that’s all. Lol. But overall - nice place!! So cute!!

Would recommend to others? Yes
Amy A.
Reading, OH
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5 out of 5
Reviewed October, 2018

Cute Private Cabin

Not sure if fireplace works. Wanted to try it, but didn’t get a round to it.

Would recommend to others? Yes
Gia R.
Statesboro, GA
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3 out of 5
Reviewed April, 2019

Ok but would a motel next time

The picture of the cabin we paid for online was not what we got and we ha don’t problems with TVs the cords kept going in and out

Would recommend to others? Yes