A View To Remember is what you will have with your stay in this 3 story cabin overlooking the astounding mountain vistas outside your picture windows. This charming 3-bedroom, 3 bathroom cabin with 3 king-size beds and 1 queen-size sofa bed, this cabin fits a large family or group comfortably. Relish each other’s company while cuddling up by the fireplace on the luxurious leather furniture. A fully-equipped kitchen has all the essentials to make meals and is modernly updated with stainless steel appliances.
Retreat to the loft for a game of foosball or to shoot a game of pool. Seek refuge on the porch and relax in the private hot tub with majestic views that will soothe your mind. Bring along your favorite DVD’s to enjoy in your very own theater room with leather recliners. Other amenities include a Nintendo Wii gaming system, broadband internet, a jetted tub, and a washer & dryer combo.
Set in a secluded setting high above on a striking bluff within the Twin Rock Mountain Subdivision of the McCarter Hollow area where, if the season is right, you can hear the Dollywood Express let off a whistle. Feel as though you are in the middle of the Smoky Mountains yet be only minutes to all the fun and attractions and with direct access to Dollywood parking.
The towns of Pigeon Forge and Sevierville offer days of endless entertainment. A good time is always had at Dollywood, one of the world’s best theme parks where you can spend the day and stay for the nightly fireworks show. A visit to the Smokies is not complete without at least one pancake breakfast, the best are at Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin. Zip on over to Legacy Mountain Ziplines for a three hour zip through the tree canopies, you’ll be over 400 feet above for astounding views of the Smoky Mountains. The shopping and dining can’t be beat at The Island at Pigeon Forge, fill your belly at Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen then prepare for an amazing adventure at Island Mirror Maze, see the world through kaleidoscope glasses while trying to find your way around the mirror maze. Then try the laser maze challenge and try not to sound the alarm!
Ramble down the Parkway and be in the quaint village of Gatlinburg that has so much to offer. Venture around the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Trail, an 8-mile loop featuring artists and craftsmen from the Appalachian area just 3 miles from downtown. Play a game of mini-golf at Fort Fun offering both indoor and outdoor courses, be flabbergasted at the Guinness World Records Museum then grab a bite to eat at Mountain Edge Grill, with a rustic ski lodge atmosphere. Stop in to catch a still tour and then try a sampling of authentic Tennessee moonshine at Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery located right on the Parkway.
Take to the river for whitewater rafting with Smoky Mountain Outdoors offering the longest whitewater trip on the Pigeon River, rafting at its best! Let the folks at Five Oaks Riding Stables lead you on a horseback ride over the mountain streams for an hour of scenic trail riding. Explore the underside of Smokies with a visit to Forbidden Caverns with ancient mysteries, Indian legends and bootlegging history.
Additional amenities include: foosball, pool table, playground, sofabed, walking, golf, groceries, fishing, skiing, internet - high spd: private wifi, autumn foliage, theme parks, winery tours, dollywood distance: dollywoodTripAdvisor property ID 1961043...Read more
Left on 06/28/2015 for a stay in June 2015 | 575shannakReviewed Jun 28, 2015Stayed Jun 2015
3 floors, 2 balconies. Hot tub on the main floor balcony overlooking the mountains. Clear view overlooking it all. Very beautiful. Dollywood is basically at the end of the driveway that takes you to the cabin. They also shoot off fireworks at 930 every night and it's a perfect view from the cabin balcony. Yes, the road was surprisingly steep but you are on the side of a mountain so I didn't expect anything less. About 30 minutes to Gatlinburg where there is lots of shopping/big tourist area. We also went to the national park for some hiking, but do your research on distance and type of trail. You can also go on a wine tasting trail all within the area. The theater room is great, has 6 reclining chairs but only 3 of ours worked so we turned that into the main office, said they would need replaced. The only complaint I have is the place was dusty and the windows were not clean- there is a cleaning fee in the cabin purchase. Overall satisfied.
And our cabin neighbors seen a momma bear and 2 cubs walking down below their balcony.
Left on 09/17/2014 for a stay in August 2014 | 60nancylReviewed Sep 17, 2014Stayed Aug 2014
The cabin was clean, the view from the balcony was nice, the third floor shower had lower water pressure than I prefer. The beds were comfortable enough. The drive to get to this cabin is quite steep with one sharp curve, my car is only 2 years old and the engine was hot by the time we reached the cabin. Next time I will book a place on flat land, there are plenty of those even closer to all the activities.
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