|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
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Planning a Smoky Mountain holiday? Nature's Paradise cabin is equipped with amenities to provide the pinnacle of cabin rental luxury. In this one bedroom, two level, Smoky Mountain Cabin, you'll find amenities that include: two sprawling hard-wood decks furnished with rocking chairs, swing and a soothing hot tub. Easily sleep 6 with one king sized bed, two queen sized sleeper sofas and one futon. A fun filled recreation area that includes a pool table, foosball, 60 games arcade machine and a table for games or puzzles. Kick back and catch the game on the large widescreen television and 2 LCD TV's that are also integrated with the DVD player.
Nature’s Paradise has a spacious, modern kitchen equipped with stainless steel appliances and is fully equipped with all you’ll need for unforgettable meal preparation. Other amenities included are cable television, charcoal grill and a washer/dryer.
Located within the beautiful Preserve Resort that overlooks the Great Smoky Mountains and is within near to the areas entertainment, dining, and shopping while far enough away to delight in the tranquility of your getaway. The resort amenities include an on-site fitness center that features a steam room and sauna, a seasonal outdoor pool and hot tub and a wedding chapel. The pavilion offers relaxation in rocking chairs and fireplace with the majestic view of Wears Valley.
Grab breakfast at one of the Flapjack’s Pancake Cabins then head out for adventure in the foothills of the Smoky Mountains. Dollywood is just a stone’s throw away for entertainment and family fun that lasts into the night. The shopping can’t be beat in Sevierville at the Tanger Outlet Center at Five Oaks with a wide variety of brand names and designers. Stop over to MagiQuest to have the game come to life with quests and adventures then get in a game of mini-golf with at Pirate Golf in blacklight. Pigeon Forge some of the best dinner shows in the nation and shouldn’t be missed! Dixie Stampede, Lumberjack Feud and Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Show are just a couple of the entertaining options.
Go to the top of the Space Needle in downtown Gatlinburg were the observation deck offers a 360 degree of the Great Smoky Mountains. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies offers the chance to get up close and splash with the stingrays and see sharks up close in the underwater tunnel. Try out mountain biking at CLIMB Works where they provide the trails and bikes for an ultimate experience whether a beginner or experienced. Also offered is a zip line course promising your feet won’t hit the ground for hours.
Pack up a lunch and head to the hills for a day of exploration! Start with the history of the area with a stop at the Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum, in the quaint town of Townsend, where the heritage has been preserved of the company of the people. Adjacent to Townsend is Cades Cove, an eleven mile driving loop that takes you back in time to a working grist mill and other historical buildings. Without a doubt, the Preserve Resorts, Nature’s Paradise, Tennessee cabin represents the very best in elegant Smoky Mountain lodging accommodations.
The cabin has spectacular views! In a cabin community on the mountainside. Easily accessible, yet still felt private! Did I mention the amazing views? The cabin was clean. Plenty of towels and linen. Nice space for our family of four. Close to all the action in pigeon forge. We enjoyed playing pool and relaxing in the hot tub in the evenings. We would recommend new mattresses on the king bed and fold out sofa. Just seemed squeaky and old. Wouldn't prevent us from staying again though!
We had 4 people with us so when I rented the place I had assumed that since it slept 4-6 that there would be 2 bedrooms. I did not read the ad close enough which was my fault. That being said the couches had fold out beds that were impossible to sleep on. I ended up sleeping on the floor. Also there was a bed in a loft which a little child would have enjoyed but as an adult it was not easy to access and terribly difficult to climb up and down the ladder. There were no extra pillows or blankets so if you didn't bring them you would be out of luck. Fortunately I had an extra in my truck so we made it work. The place was clean and everything worked well. Only advice is to understand sleeping options.
The cabin was cozy with plenty of amenities but the mattress on the king size bed was not comfortable at all. It seemed to sink in the middle. The sheets did not fit the mattress and kept coming off and there was no mattress pad which might be a sanitary concern. As usual for most of these type rentals, the kitchen was lacking on some dishes if you plan on much cooking. There were not many bowls and no baking dishes at all. Otherwise the cabin was very suitable for our visit.