Planning a getaway to the Great Smoky Mountains with your loved ones? If you stay at this charming three-bedroom cabin, your group will enjoy standard home conveniences in addition to fun extras such as a shared seasonal pool and breathtaking views of the mountains and forests.
Located right near the edge of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, this cabin is perfect for a group who plans to spend a lot of time outdoors. Townsend and Pigeon Forge are nearby, as well, so dining and entertainment can be reached within a few minutes' drive.
From the outside, this vacation rental appears to be a traditional cabin, but inside, the decor is tasteful and modern. Step through the front door to find yourself in a large, open living area with vaulted ceilings. Notice the stone fireplace and the flatscreen cable TV, as well as the comfy furnishings.
The well-appointed, galley-style kitchen features standard appliances in addition to a dishwasher, so cooking for your group (and cleaning up afterward) is simple. Sit down to eat at the small kitchen table or, for bigger groups, the dining room table located in the den area.
Stretch out after dinner and admire the view from the wall of windows. Use the complimentary wireless internet to send a picture to your friends and family back home. There's also a private deck with space for outdoor dining, as well as a gas grill.
At night, up to six guests can sleep comfortably in the home's three master suites. That's right - each room features a king-size bed, a flatscreen TV, and an en suite bathroom. One suite is located on the main floor, while the other two can be found on the lower level. The lower level has an additional room featuring a twin-size day bed and a pull-out twin-size trundle. There's also a washer and dryer on this level to help keep your vacation running smoothly.
During the summer, enjoy a few laps in the shared seasonal pool (available from Memorial Day to Labor Day and a short drive away), then head to Great Smoky Mountains National Park for hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding. Keep your eyes out for wildflowers and wildlife as well as historic buildings from the 1800s.
For more leisurely pursuits, check out the Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center in nearby Townsend, or visit the Tuckaleechee Caverns. Head to Pigeon Forge for some retail therapy, or, if you're here in the winter, stop by Ober Gatlinburg for skiing and snowboarding as well as an alpine slide.
An unforgettable Smoky Mountains getaway is within reach. Book this vacation rental and start planning your trip today!