Alone At Last is a 1 bedroom luxury cabin that sleeps four people offering a king sized bed in the master and a queen sized sofa pull-out in the living room. The living area features a 55" TV with a DVD player, snuggle up on a rainy day while the gas fireplace flickers. The kitchen comes fully-equipped to be able to prepare meals and dine together at the table, able to seat 4. In the evening, shoot a game of pool while the sun sets outside the picture windows. Retire to the loft for relaxation unrivaled; soak in the jetted tub before melting into a restful sleep in the cozy bed.
Wake-up for your Smoky Mountain adventures to quietly sip your morning coffee while enjoying the tranquility of the mountains before you. Count the stars at night while in the private hot tub, grill up burgers on the charcoal grill or just bask in the wondrous vistas while rocking. Alone At Last is the perfect place for a couple’s getaway or for a family to enjoy an excursion into the mountains.
Alone At Last is located directly behind Governor's Crossing in Sevierville; you can’t get closer to the area attractions but still preserving the mountainside atmosphere giving you tranquility right off the Parkway in the upscale development of Rainbow Ridge Resort.
Less than 10 minutes away from the doorstep of alone At Last and you’ll be in the heart of Pigeon Forge, where dining, shopping and family attractions are abundant with so many choices of ways to spend your carefree days! Pancakes are a must when you visit the Smokies, Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin will fill you up! Dollywood, Wonderworks or the Titanic Museum are all exciting with interactive family fun through-out each. Shop until you drop at Tanger Outlets Center at Five Oaks. Make a stop at the Smoky Mountain Opry, for the biggest shows around or Dixie Stampede featuring dinner with the thrilling show featuring horses. Feeling a need for speed? Race over to Xtreme Racing Center in Pigeon Forge to put the petal to the metal.
Visit the charming city of Gatlinburg, a village nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Wander along The Village Shops, a quaint European atmosphere filled unique boutiques and eateries. Venture along the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Trail where over 120 artists and craftsmen gather to practice their artesian trade within an 8-mile loop. Experience the ocean seas while in the mountains at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies were the underwater tunnel with exotic sea life surrounds you.
Explore the wilds of the Great Smoky Mountains hiking on one of the numerous trails throughout and around the Smokies. Experience the rivers rafting, kayaking and tubing, one of the best ways to keep cool and see the natural surroundings. Another fantastic way to experience the Smokies is on horseback, Five Oaks Horseback Riding Stables offers scenic tours over 70 acres. Whatever your choice, there’s no place like the Great Smoky Mountains for a getaway.
No pets allowed.