Moonstruck is a beautiful, 1-bedroom plus loft, 2- bathroom cabin that provides a spacious living area where you can seek relief from the hustle and bustle, enjoy a private honeymoon, or experience an active and fun filled family vacation or reunion. With fine leather furniture and a fully-equipped kitchen, you are sure to find everything you need at Moonstruck.
Enjoy relaxed peacefulness offered on the decks overlooking the magnificent Great Smoky Mountains as you sit rocking with your morning coffee. Don’t miss out on the private hot tub on the balcony with a view of Mount LeConte. Rest assured we have paid every attention to detail in an effort to make your stay as pleasurable and comfortable as you would come to expect from a first-class cabin. Take some time to shoot a game of pool or a friendly game of air hockey. Be fascinated by the wonder of the Tennessee outdoors and the unparalleled beauty of "Moonstruck", where we promise you will not want to leave and will return time and time again.
High on the edge of the hillside, Starr Crest Resort features a community outdoor swimming pool, a playground for the kids, picnic pavilion and rests just minutes away from Dollywood, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and downtown Gatlinburg. Moonstruck's central location allows you to enjoy the action filled vacation that Tennessee has to offer just a short drive away.
Just minutes from the doorstep of Moonstruck is Pigeon Forge and Sevierville, full of days of shopping and entertaining attractions. Go by to see the old water-powered gristmill at the Old Mill, dating back to the early 1800’s then saunter thru The Old Mill Square for hand-crafted candy and gifts. Shop until you drop at Tanger Outlets Center at Five Oaks featuring over 110 brand name stores. Play a game of mini-golf at Ripley’s Old McDonald’s Mini Golf featuring 54 amazing holes full of animated barnyard critters. Treat yourself to a show at The Smoky Mountain Opry the biggest and best entertainment in the area.
Experience all the charm that Gatlinburg has to offer, a quaint town nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. Head off on the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Trail with over 120 Appalachian artists and craftsmen in an 8-mile loop. Experience the ocean seas while in the mountains with a visit to Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies with an underwater tunnel featuring sharks, sea turtles and other exotic sea life. No trip can be complete without a sampling of authentic Smoky Mountain moonshine, check it off your list with a stop at Ole Smokey Moonshine, offering a variety of changing flavors throughout the year.
One of the best ways to explore the Smokies is whitewater rafting with Smoky Mountain Outdoors offering rafting for all skill levels on the Pigeon River, whitewater rafting at its best! Let the folks at Five Oaks Riding Stables guide you on a horseback ride over the mountains and streams to see what wildlife you can spot along the way. Go below the Great Smoky Mountains with a visit to Forbidden Caverns, once used as shelter by the Indians and later for moonshine running.
No pets allowed.