A three-bedroom log cabin that sleeps ten, Mountain Dreams II makes it easy to enjoy all aspects of a Smoky Mountain vacation. Its location in the quiet, wooded Hemlock Hills neighborhood is ideal for savoring the serenity and natural beauty of the area. At the same time, it’s less than fifteen minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, home to thrill rides, the Guinness World Records Museum, restaurants, an aquarium, distilleries, mini golf, arcades, and more.
Each of Mountain Dream II’s three stories has its own deck, bedroom, and bathroom. Because it makes up the entire top floor, the master suite offers maximum privacy. That’s not the only feature in its favor, however. The bedroom includes a king-size bed, a toasty fireplace beneath a wall mounted flat-panel TV and a private bathroom that includes a jetted tub. A soak among its pulsating waters is certain to ease tired muscles. And if the jetted tub doesn’t put you in the mood for romance, a moonlit drink on the master suite’s private balcony will.
Down one level is the main floor. There’s plenty of space for everyone to gather, either in the great room or out on the huge wraparound deck. As soon as you kick back on the deck’s rocking chairs and hear the fresh mountain breeze whisper through the trees, you’ll ease right into vacation mode. The kids will clamor to sit on the deck swing during the day, while at night it’s an idyllic spot for stargazing with that special someone. And anytime is a good one to luxuriate in the deck’s hot tub (ahhh!).
Inside, the cathedral ceiling and the wall of windows contribute to the great room’s open, airy ambiance. You’ll love gathering by the stacked-stone fireplace, hot cocoa or Irish coffee in hand, after a day of skiing or snowshoeing. When you’re not watching a movie on the flat-screen TV, you can play Uno with the kids at the coffee table or nestle in the armchair to surf the web via the free WiFi.
The great room’s dining table seats six people, easily. The adjacent kitchen is fully equipped with appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware. Even if you plan to eat all your meals in the numerous nearby restaurants, you’ll still appreciate having a coffee maker for your morning cup and a refrigerator for keeping wine and juice boxes cold.
Also on the main floor is the second bedroom. Like the third bedroom, which is downstairs, it includes a comfy queen-size bed and a flat-panel TV. And if you have additional guests, both the sofa in the great room and the sofa in the downstairs game room convert into beds for two.
Like the main floor’s great room, the game room is spacious and bright, with lustrous wood-planked walls, floor, and ceiling. The full-size pool table is the star attraction, but there’s also a large flat-screen TV and a pub table where you can play cards or just chat and laugh with friends and family… and isn’t that the best part of a vacation?
If you can tear yourself away from the comforts of the cabin, you’ll find the area’s myriad attractions just beyond your front door. Mountain Dreams II is less than a half-mile from the Gatlinburg Arts & Crafts Loop, an eight-mile trail of more than 100 galleries, studios, and shops. Less than fifteen minutes away is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which you can explore on foot, on a bike, on horseback, or by car. Just slightly farther afield is the neighboring town of Pigeon Forge, whose attractions include Dollywood, the Titanic Museum, dinner theaters, and outlet shops.
It may be corny, but we’re going to say it anyway: Mountain Dreams II is like a dream come true. Make your dream vacation a reality: Book your stay today.