Escape to the quiet solitude of the Smoky Mountains and rest easy at this secluded three-bedroom log cabin. Boasting a private hot tub, gas fireplace, and a private washer and dryer, this vacation rental has everything your group could want for a relaxing getaway.
Located on the edge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this cabin is a short drive from the city of Pigeon Forge. And you'll be close enough to Gatlinburg, one of the gateways to the park, to enjoy all its perks but without the hustle bustle.
This rustic log cabin features a wraparound porch that affords beautiful views of the forested surroundings from three directions. Inside, the large family room is dominated by a stacked stone gas fireplace (available seasonally) and cozy furnishings, providing the perfect place for the whole family to hang out and enjoy a movie.
When your group gets hungry, step into the fully equipped kitchen to prepare a delicious home-cooked meal. Afterward, leave the hard work of cleaning up to the included dishwasher.
Dine indoors at the rough-hewn dining room table, or take your meal out to the patio and let the sights and sounds of the Smoky Mountains wash over you. Once you've finished eating, jump into the private outdoor hot tub and relax with a long soak.
There's room for seven guests among the cabin's three bedrooms. You'll find two bedrooms on the main floor, both with king-size beds, and one with an en suite bathroom.
Upstairs, the master suite boasts a king bed and an en suite bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub. The upstairs loft also functions as a game room, featuring a pool table and an air hockey table, great for unwinding after dinner. The game room also includes a twin-size sofabed, perfect for extra guests.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park is just outside your door, making this vacation rental a great escape for a family that appreciates the great outdoors. Head to Cades Cove, a reasonable drive away, for a lovely self-guided tour of historical buildings that date back to the early 1800s. While you're there, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, especially white-tailed deer, black bears, and coyotes!
As you drive through the park, you'll find plenty of easily accessible hiking trails inviting you to pull over and explore the area on foot. Pack a picnic lunch and see what you can discover - from old cemeteries to wildflowers, there's no telling what you'll find.
The nearby towns of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge also offer plenty of family-friendly activities, from the Dollywood theme park to the Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area. Sample some of the delicious local restaurants or pop into one of the quirky museums for an educational experience.
There's something for the whole family in the Smoky Mountains of east Tennessee. Start planning your trip today!