Mountain Retreat is a 3-bedroom, 3 ½ bathroom log cabin located just outside of Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountains that can comfortably sleep 14. The main floor offers handicap accessibility. Luxury is abundant in this log home and the owner has left no detail out.
Relax in mountainside charm with lavish leather furniture and rich décor. Let the glow from the gas fireplace set the peaceful tone while enjoying the large flat screen television. The fully-equipped kitchen makes cooking a pleasure complete with everything you will need for to make breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Each of the bedrooms offers a king-sized bed. The basement and living room offer queen-sized sleeper sofas and the loft offers a full-sized sofa sleeper. Delight in the multiple jetted tubs and the shower with multiple showerheads for an extra squeaky clean.
Venture down to the basement to find hours of entertainment. Play the arcade game and shoot a game of pool while the fire radiates from the fireplace on this lower level. Stock up the wet bar with your favorite beverages for a shorter trip to refreshment.
With 2 decks and Mountain Retreat’s panoramic views of Mount LeConte and Legacy Mountain you could spend most of your vacation here. Have breakfast at the patio table set after sipping your coffee from the rocking chairs enjoying the emphasized vistas shift. Immerse in the luxurious private hot tub after exploring the Smoky Mountain area.
Staying at Mountain Retreat in the Mountain Crest neighborhood offers you easy access to the many area attractions yet provides the secluded mountain vacation you really want. Traverse the scenic back roads to tour the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community along Glades Road where you can find hand-crafted gifts with Appalachian flair from over 100 artisans. The downtown Gatlinburg Parkway is filled with entertaining family fun. Ober Gatlinburg, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditorium and Guinness World Records Museum all give you hours of amusement.
Ramble over to Pigeon Forge and Sevierville to find adventures at the Titanic Museum, receive your boarding pass to a voyage of discovery. Fill your belly at Mamma’s Farmhouse with all you can eat family style meals. Catch a spectacular show at Smoky Mountain Opry full of singing, dancing, patriotism and comedy! Stop in to the Old Mill for an ice cream before heading back for the night.
Staying in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains your choices for adventure are never-ending. Pack up a picnic lunch and head to Chimneys Tops Picnic Area to wade in the river or trout fish. Strike out on the Cove Hardwood Nature Trail a self-guided loop trail and a great place to see wildflowers. For a more strenuous hike start your day early and venture out on the Chimney Tops trail, a short but steep trail. Don’t let that deter you, the views are some of the finest the Smokies have to offer.
No pets allowed.