Gateway to Heaven is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom log cabin located in Mockingbird Hill. A gated secluded mountainside resort in beautiful Wears Valley. With two-acres of land and room to sleep 12 adults, Gateway to Heaven is the pinnacle choice for a Smoky Mountain getaway.
Enjoy the welcoming rustic atmosphere that greets you. Delight in the modern kitchen with all you need to prepare meals. A dining room table that can sit 6 and the breakfast bar that can sit an additional 2. Decorated with laser-cut steel throughout gives Gateway to Heaven a well-appointed touch. Relax on the lavish leather furniture with the electric fireplace flickering softly against the expansive stacked-stone wall.
There is one king-sized and one queen bedroom on the entry level each with a private bathroom featuring a spectacular jetted tub surrounded with smooth stone. The lower level offers two bedrooms with private bathrooms too.
The game room is located on the lower level of the cabin. Play a game of Foosball or challenge one another to a friendly pool tournament with the full size pool table. Tune in to your Netflix or Hulu accounts on one of the two web-ready TV's. Step out to relish the refreshing mountain air as you enjoy your morning coffee. Sit quietly on the wooden benches as the sun greets the world. Soak in the private hot tub under the gazebo and let the amazing view melt your muscles. Gateway to Heaven is a cabin rental that is a perfect choice for a vacation to the Smokies!
Gateway to Heaven is located in the peaceful side of the Smokies, just minutes from the nearest national park entrance, Cades Cove and the charming town of Townsend. Learn the heritage of the area with a visit to Little River Railroad & Lumber Company Museum. Where the histories of the company and the people are preserved. Auto-tour through Cades Cove to catch a glimpse of the yesterdays. Strike out on a hike along the Abram Falls Trail a five-mile round-trip leading to the 20-foot-high Abrams Falls.
Just stone’s throws away from Gateway to Heavens doorstep to Pigeon Forge and Sevierville. Where shopping, dining and entertainment are abundant! Start your visit to the Smokies with a pancake breakfast from Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin. Visit Adventure Park Ziplines at Five Oaks to explore the tree canopies zip lining or on the tree tops ropes course. Don’t forget about one of the best theme parks around, Dollywood! Spend the day and stay for the fireworks at night. Be sure to save an evening for the legendary dinner theaters! Dixie Stampede, The Grand Majestic and Lumberjack Feud promise to entertain.
With a short drive be in the downtown strip of Gatlinburg full of limitless possibilities. Bring the family to Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, a sure scream for everyone. Stop at Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium to find the strangest place in Gatlinburg. Head out with Smoky Mountain Outdoors for breathtaking scenery and heart-stopping thrills whitewater rafting down the Pigeon River. Feel like an authentic moonshiner with a stop at Ole Smoky Moonshine Holler for tours and samples. The explorations are endless in the Great Smoky Mountains.
No pets allowed.