The name of this delightful cabin isn’t the only hint that it’s perfect for a romantic getaway. As you pull up into Lover’s View’s paved driveway, you’ll see that the green window shutters are adorned with red hearts. And once you’re inside, you’ll notice even more romantic features, including a heart-shape jetted tub in the master suite.
Making up the entire loft level of Lover’s View, the master suite will likely become your favorite space in the cabin. From the log-frame king-size bed, you can look out directly onto the towering trees just outside or watch TV. The suite has its own private bathroom. And of course, there’s that wonderful jetted tub. During the day you’ll have a view of the Smoky Mountains; at night you can try to count the stars in the sky. What a lovely way to end the day… and begin a romantic evening.
If you’d rather soak alfresco, you can do that too, on the deck’s hot tub. When you return from skiing, hiking, biking, or horseback riding, you can make a beeline for its steamy, massaging waters. The deck also has chairs and a glider where you can sip your coffee while watching the morning mist rise from the mountains or enjoy cocktails after dinner. Another prime perch is the deck’s swing, just the right size for the 2 of you to snuggle in the moonlight as whip-poor-wills and crickets serenade.
The great room makes up most of the main floor. The towering ceiling gives it an airy ambience, while the wood-planked walls and floor provide a cozy charm. On chilly winter nights you can nestle on the leather sofa amid the golden glow of the stone-surround fireplace. That sofa, by the way, opens into a bed for two, in case you decide to make your romantic getaway a family vacation instead. The great room also has a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, and all of Lover’s View has free WiFi. Another entertainment option is the pool table in the adjacent game room.
Lover’s View is close to scores of restaurants. Sometimes, though, it’s more romantic (and more budget-friendly) to dine in. The dining table seats four, in padded chairs so comfortable you’ll want to linger long after dessert has been served. The kitchen, though compact, is equipped with everything from a full-size refrigerator/freezer and an efficiency oven/stove to a blender and a coffeemaker, along with a full array of cookware and tableware. If you reel in trout from one of the nearby streams—or pick up a steak from a nearby market—you can cook it on the park-style charcoal grill right out front.
In addition to the full-size master bathroom, Lover’s View has a half-bath on the main floor. Tucked away in here is the cabin’s washer and dryer. Not only can you pack light, but you can even return home with clean clothes in your suitcase!
You might be tempted to spend your entire time at Lover’s View relishing the jetted tub, the lush views, and of course, each other’s company. But while you’re here, you should take advantage of the cabin’s proximity to the area’s many attractions. The Great Smoky Arts & Craft Community, an 8-mile trail of more than 120 studios, shops, and galleries, is only a few minutes away. In less than 15 minutes you can drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and to downtown Gatlinburg, home to thrill rides, distilleries, restaurants, shops, arcades, and more. And in less than a half-hour you can drive to Dollywood, Parrot Mountain and Gardens, the Titanic Museum, and other attractions of Pigeon Forge, just one town over.
Whether you want to do it all or do nothing at all except relish the serenity and romance of your surroundings, you’ll find Lover’s View ideal for your Smoky Mountains getaway. Book your stay today, and get ready to make memories that will last a lifetime.