Secluded Sunset does the near-impossible: It provides a wealth of privacy, quiet, and calm yet enables you to drive to downtown Gatlinburg in less than 15 minutes. And though the 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin is ideal for a romantic getaway, thanks to its sofa bed it can sleep up to 4 people.
Perched atop a steep driveway. Secluded Sunset is set among towering trees. You won’t be able to see or hear any neighbors or traffic. Instead, as you sit on the cabin’s deck, you can listen to chickadees and warblers sing throughout the day and tree frogs and whip-poor-wills trill into the evening. The mountain breeze rustling through the trees serves as a lovely soundtrack to any meals you enjoy while seated at the deck’s bistro table. As well as eat outdoors, but you can cook out there too, on the deck’s gas grill.
Perhaps the best place to savor the natural beauty surrounding Secluded Sunset is the deck’s hot tub. Although a soak with your sweetheart is a treat any time of day, it’s especially magical at night, when the moonlight bathes you in a silvery glow.
Secluded Sunset has a jetted tub indoors as well, in its huge bathroom. When you return from a day of hiking, horseback riding, or whitewater rafting, a leisurely bath among its massaging jets of water will soothe your muscles and restore your spirits. The bathroom has a shower as well, plus a delightful old-fashioned vanity table and plenty of storage.
The bedroom is equally pampering. Sprawl out on the king-size bed and watch TV, surf the web via the free WiFi, read, or listen to music. Not only does the TV have cable channels, but it also has a DVD player, and the room has a CD player too—and Secluded Sunset has a library of more than 100 movies and albums. No need to head to town for your evening entertainment!
The living/dining/kitchen area, like the rest of Secluded Sunset, marries modern-day comfort and old-fashioned rustic charm. In addition to the sofa bed, there are 2 armchairs, one of which nestles by the bay window. Like the bedroom, the living area has a flat-screen TV with cable and a DVD player, mounted above the gas fireplace.
When you don’t want to dine alfresco, you can sit down to eat at the gorgeous live-edge dining table, which seats 4. Open to the rest of the living/dining area, the kitchen is equipped with a full array of appliances, cookware, and tableware. What’s more, tucked in a closet just off the kitchen you’ll find a washer and a dryer. How’s that for convenience?
When it comes to convenience, nothing tops Secluded Sunset’s location. It’s just outside the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community, an 8-mile trail of galleries, shops, and studios. Less than 15 minutes away is downtown Gatlinburg, home to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, the Guinness World Records Adventure, Sweet Fanny Adams Theatre, thrill rides, arcades, mini golf, distilleries, restaurants, and other attractions. Equally close is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a must-visit trove of wildlife, wildflowers, and waterfalls. (Because this is mountain country, vehicles with 4-wheel drive or tire chains are strongly recommended in winter.)
When you stay at Secluded Sunset, you really can have it all: action-packed days and restorative, romantic evenings. Experience its pleasures for yourself: Book your stay today.