Peace, privacy, and fishing: If you’re seeking any or all of those for your next getaway, you’ll love Brook Trout Chalet. Not only is the 2-bedroom cabin located in a quiet woodland setting, but it’s also right next to a stream filled with trout. You can roll out of bed and fish from your deck—and then you can cook your catch right there on the charcoal grill.
While on the deck you can also luxuriate in the hot tub. A soak among the steamy bubbles as wrens and warblers sing is a pampering way to start the day; a soak at night under the stars while owls hoot in the distance is a magical way to draw it to a close. And when you return to Brook Trout Chalet after hiking, skiing, or biking, you’ll relish a soak as a way to soothe your weary muscles.
The restful ambiance continues indoor. Decorated in lush neutrals, the living room includes a plush sofa and padded ottomans so that everyone can comfortably gather to watch TV, play Pictionary, or enjoy drinks by the gas fireplace. The dining room table seats 6, and like the living room it boasts large windows that let in the fresh mountain breeze and the gentle burble of the creek.
A breakfast area off the kitchen provides another gathering spot, with a table for 2 and a long bench that can accommodate several more. The kitchen itself includes all the appliances, cookware, tableware, and other accoutrements you’ll need, whether you’re channeling your inner Iron Chef or simply reheating leftovers from the previous evening’s restaurant meal.
The 2 bedrooms and a 3rd sleeping area are upstairs. The primary bedroom features a queen-size bed and is decorated in charming rustic fashion. The 2nd bedroom includes a pair of queen beds and antique furnishings that, along with the sloped ceiling, add to the farmhouse allure. This bedroom also has French doors that open onto the upper deck, where you can savor your morning coffee or evening cocktail while gazing out at the storybook surroundings.
Along with the bedrooms is a room with a daybed that can sleep an additional guest. What’s more, the sofa in the downstairs living room opens into a bed for 2, so that Brook Trout Chalet can sleep 9 people in all.
There’s a full bathroom on each floor; for added convenience, Brook Trout Chalet has a washer and dryer too. You’ll arrive to find the beds perfectly made up and plenty of laundered towels and extra bedding, so if you want to start your stay with a rejuvenating shower or nap, you can.
We wouldn’t blame you for spending most of your vacation in and around Brook Trout Chalet—it really is gloriously relaxing and restorative. But the cabin is also well situated so that you’re only a short drive from the area’s most popular attractions. First and foremost is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, with its hiking trails, historic cabins, waterfalls, and wildlife ranging from black bears to elk. Downtown Gatlinburg is home to restaurants, an aquarium, the Guinness World Records Museum, and plenty more attractions. The cabin is also close to the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Loop, an 8-mile trail of more than 100 galleries, studios, and craft shops offering everything from stained glass to chainsaw art, custom knives to pottery. And let’s not forget Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area, Dollywood, outlet shopping, golf, white-water rafting, music revues…
However you while away your days, you’ll love having the blissful quietude of Brook Trout Chalet to return to. So treat yourself to what may be your most rejuvenating vacation yet, and book your stay today.
**Please Note: This area does not currently offer internet and Brook Trout Chalet is unable to offer WiFi. Brook Trout has a bridge near property that is under construction and there will be a detour to arrive to property.**