Blue Ridge Sunrise is a charming 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin in Pigeon Forge that comfortably sleeps up to 4 people. With a king sized bed and a queen sized sofa bed, this cabin fits a small family with ease. Decorated for the mountain home feeling, warm up with a fire in the stacked stone fireplace after a day out sightseeing, or unwind with a game of pool in the loft and watch as the sun sets over the Smokies through the spectacular loft windows.
The cabin features a fully-equipped kitchen, just right for whipping up meals and enjoying each other’s company. Step out onto the wrap-around porch to enjoy the gas grill and your own private hot tub. The master suite includes a bedside jetted tub and private fireplace. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, cable package and a washer & dryer combo. Striking mountain views and a touch of luxury, along with an incredible location that is within 5 minutes of great shopping and dining, makes Blue Ridge Sunrise a prime vacation rental.
Overlooking Mount LeConte in the Great Smoky Mountains, Sherwood Forest Resort is a private gated community with on-site check-in; drive right up to be greeted by the friendly staff. Jump into the resort’s outdoor swimming pool to cool off during the summer days. Enjoy the lush mountain landscaping and soaring pines. You will feel you are off the beaten path, but just minutes to all that the Smokies have to explore.
In less than 5 minutes from your cabin doorstep, be in the heart of Pigeon Forge. Blue Ridge Sunrise places you just minutes away from Wonderworks, Dixie Stampede and Dollywood - speedy access to all the best that the area has to offer! Looking for dinner with entertainment? With a variety of choices such as, Lumberjack Feud, Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud or Hazzard County Hoedown, you are sure to have a goodtime. For a fun family experience with restaurants, attractions and shops, stop by The Island at Pigeon Forge to take a spin on The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, where all-glass gondolas take you up 200 feet for a fantastic view of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Pull up a rocking chair and catch the fountain show choreographed to music.
Ease on down the road and find Gatlinburg, with attractions for everyone, from the many mini-golf options to the adventures offered at Gatlinburg Ziplines. Discover the Appalachian Mountain history of moonshine production, and find a few stops to try the potent spirits at Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery or Doc Collier Moonshine. A variety of dinner choices are available too! Looking for a finer dining experience, try Smoky Mountain Trout House featuring the freshest trout in Gatlinburg. For fun family dining head on over to Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin with the best pancakes and comfort food around.
Being at the doorstep to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, means you are at the start of your wilderness adventure, with just over 850 miles of hiking and biking trails in every direction around you, the days can fly by with new exploration each day. The Rainbow Falls Trail is a challenging but rewarding hike, rich with waterfalls, wildflowers and old-growth forest. Drive up high to the half mile walk to Clingman’s Dome for a 360 degree breathtaking view at one of the highest points of the Smokies.
No pets allowed.