|Minimum Stay||2 - 5 nights|
Simply Breathtaking is a newly redecorated one-bedroom, three-bath log cabin with an incredible view of the mountains, Pigeon Forge and the Sevier valley. The amazing view is as good at night, with the valley lights, as it is in the day time.
This spacious cabin rental offers luxurious leather furniture, spectacular expansive windows and delightful electric stone fireplace. The kitchen has all that’s needed to prepare any meal and dining room seating for 6. The master suite has a king-sized bed with a romantic bedside jetted tub and full bathroom. The second bedroom features z queen bed, full bathroom and a bumper pool table if you feel like a quiet game.
Up the circular stair to the loft, you will find a queen-sized bed with a full bathroom. The view is superb from either level, so no one misses out by sleeping upstairs. Delight in breath-taking sunsets while soaking in the private hot tub on the covered porch.
Visit Pigeon Forge to find the best dinner show attractions in the Smokies! Dixie Stampede, Lumberjack Feud or Hatfield McCoy Dinner Show, all feature shows that are entertaining. Spend a day at Dollywood, one of America’s favorite amusement parks or Dollywood’s Splash Country on hot summer days. Spend the day shopping at Tanger Outlet Center at Five Oaks and the Old Mill district. Stop at the Island in Pigeon Forge to take a spin on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel.
Just down the Parkway is enchanting Gatlinburg. It’s easy to make a day out of a visit to the downtown area with so many choices for entertainment, shopping and dining. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Believe It or Not Odditorium, Haunted Adventure or Mirror Maze, all offer an exciting time. Zip through the forests down the mountainside with Gatlinburg Mountain Coaster, a thrilling way to take in the nature surrounding you. Don’t miss out on the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Trail for unique hand-crafted Smoky mountain artistry just a few miles away from the downtown area.
Staying in the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains your explorations are unlimited. Pack a lunch and head out to Cades Cove for the day. Auto-tour the eleven mile one-way loop with stops marked along the way to experience what early settlers to the area would have endured. Stretch your legs with a hike along the Abram Falls trail, starting in Cades Cove, and ending at Abrams Falls, one of the parks largest falls. In spring don’t miss out on the synchronized fireflies, one of the only places in the world to experience this phenomenon.