As soon as you pull up to Smoky Mountain Dreams, you’ll see just how charming this three-bedroom cabin is. But what might not be immediately apparent is just how many amenities it offers as well, including an indoor Jacuzzi, an outdoor hot tub, and a full-size pool table.
Making up much of the cabin’s main floor is the great room, encompassing a living area, a dining space, and the kitchen. The sunny, open layout allows the whole group to spend time together even while doing different things. Some can sprawl out on the living area sofas and watch TV by the glow of the seasonal gas fireplace. Others can play a board game or surf the web via the free WiFi at the dining table. And some can mix a batch of margaritas or whip up a meal in the kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with just about every appliance, pot, pan, and gadget you could possibly need, and the dining table seats six, so everyone can sit down to a relaxing meal. Smoky Mountain Dreams also has a charcoal grill and a table on the patio between the upper and lower decks where you can cook and dine alfresco while gazing out over the woodlands toward the mountains. It’s a truly enchanting experience.
Back indoors, the lower level of Smoky Mountain Dreams offers the game room. The full-size pool table may be the star attraction, but there are plenty of other reasons this room is certain to be a favorite hangout space. There’s a second TV with cable and a second gas fireplace for congregating around after a day of skiing or snowshoeing. A pub-style table lends itself to card games and chatting over drinks. And there’s a mini-fridge, a microwave, and a coffeemaker down here, so you don’t have to run upstairs to the kitchen for refreshments in the middle of your pool game. You can even do your laundry while you curl up with a good book by the fireplace: The cabin’s lower level includes a washer and a dryer.
Smoky Mountain Dreams has three bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. Two of the bedrooms—one upstairs and one downstairs—include a queen-size bed. The main floor’s master suite features a king-size bed and, for the romantics among you, a heart-shape jetted tub. Of course, you needn’t be in the mood for romance to relish a leisurely soak after a day of hiking, biking, or white-water rafting. In addition to the bedrooms, Smoky Mountain Dreams has a daybed in the game room where an additional guest can sleep. One of the living area sofas opens into a bed as well, enabling the cabin to sleep as many as nine people.
The cabin’s charms aren’t limited to its interior. While both decks offer splendid views, the lower deck features both a porch swing and a hot tub. Either is ideal for watching the morning mist rise from the Smokies (that mist is what inspired their name) and for marveling at the star-studded night sky.
There’s plenty more to marvel at nearby. In just 15 minutes you can drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a wonderland of wildlife, wildflowers, and waterfalls that you can explore on foot, bike, or horseback or by car. If you’d like to view the area via zip line, head to Climb Works less than a half-hour away. Just 10 minutes from Smoky Mountain Dreams is the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community, an 8-mile trail of more than 120 studios, shops, and galleries. Downtown Gatlinburg, whose attractions include the Guinness World Records Adventure, Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, restaurants, shops, and thrill rides, is only 15 minutes away, as is fabled Dollywood.
It’s impossible to be bored when you stay at Smoky Mountain Dreams, though you’ll have plenty of opportunities to kick back, relax, and rejuvenate. Don’t miss out: Make your reservation today!