A four-bedroom, four-bathroom log home just minutes from the most popular attractions of Pigeon Forge, Suite Seasons offers all the comforts of home—and then some. After all, how many homes have a media room with a 110” screen, a hot tub with a view of treetops and the Smoky Mountains, and two indoor jetted tubs?
The four bedrooms, each of which has its own bathroom, are spread out among Suite Seasons’ three floors. The loft level and the main floor are home to the two master suites. Each of these bedrooms has a king-size bed, a TV, and an electric fireplace you’ll love taking advantage of on chilly winter evenings. The en-suite bathrooms of these two bedrooms are just as pampering. In addition to a beautifully tiled shower and twin sinks with an abundance of storage and counter space, each of these bathrooms has its own jetted tub. There’s no better way to revitalize yourself after a day on the go than with a pampering soak; you’ll emerge ready for a night on the town.
The other two bedrooms are downstairs. Each of these has a private bathroom as well, along with a queen-size bed and the other providing a king-size bed, and a TV. What’s more, sofas in the main floor’s great room and the upstairs game room open into beds for two, so that Suite Seasons can sleep as many as twelve people in all.
In addition to two bedrooms, the lower level features the home theater. The huge plush sectional alone makes this a great space to relax and watch a movie or the big game, but once you add in the 110” screen and the surround sound, movie night takes on a new luxurious meaning. Suite Seasons receives HBO and Cinemax, among other cable channels, so you’re sure to find something everyone will want to watch, but in case you don’t, you can always pop a favorite movie into the DVD player. Just off the home theater is a space furnished with a felt-top game table, if you want to follow up movie night with a round of rummy or poker.
Up one flight is the main floor, home to the great room. The space is rustic refinement at its most comfortable, with a leather sofa and armchairs and a stone-surround fireplace. A bevy of windows let in sunlight that adds to the luster of the wood-planked floors, walls, and towering ceiling. Whether you’re watching TV, reading, surfing the web via the cabin’s free WiFi, or playing with the kids, you’ll feel right at home here.
The great room encompasses the dining area, which is furnished in the same easy elegance as the rest of Suite Seasons. The handsome dining table seats six, and there’s room for two more at the adjacent breakfast bar. On the other side of the breakfast bar is the open, well-equipped kitchen. Stainless-steel appliances, cookware, serving utensils, tableware: The kitchen has it all. What’s more, Suite Seasons has a charcoal grill outside, should you have a hankering for barbecue, and the deck has a dining table as well.
After dinner, if you don’t want to head downstairs for a movie or cards, you can shoot some pool in the loft’s game room. Or perhaps you’d like to join the others in the lower deck’s hot tub, which can accommodate up to five people. Or maybe you’d rather kick back on one of the deck rockers with a book and a drink, or settle into the porch swing with the kids or your main squeeze.
And there’s plenty more to do just a few miles from Suite Seasons. In less than fifteen minutes, you can be at Dollywood, Parrot Mountain and Gardens, Gatlinburg Golf Course, the Titanic Museum, and the myriad dinner theaters, amusement parks, restaurants, and shops of the Pigeon Forge Parkway. Even the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is less than a half-hour’s drive.
You’re sure to have a sweet time when you stay at Suite Seasons. Experience it for yourself: Reserve your stay today. We’re looking forward to seeing you!