Appalachian Villas 2822 is a warmly decorated cabin perched high on the mountain side overlooking Wears Valley and features all the comforts of home including flat screen televisions, cable package and complimentary wireless internet. This 1-bedroom, 2-bathroom unit allows for a peaceful environment that can comfortably sleep 6 with queen sized sofa pullouts in the living area and den and a queen sized bed in the crow’s nest, for the young or the young at heart. The master bedroom comes with a comfortable king sized bed and the attached bathroom features a jetted tub to assist with unwinding after a day of exploration.
A fully-equipped kitchen offers all the essentials to create memorable family dinners. A charcoal grill is also available for guests to use. Sit rocking and enjoying your morning coffee while the morning birds sing you a tune. The views offered from the private balcony are awe inspiring. Other amenities included a private hot tub, pool table, and foosball. With its scenic views and unbeatable amenities, this beautiful and centrally located vacation cabin is perfect for a getaway to the mountains!
The Preserve Resort sits at the highest elevation of any resort in the area, so you’re sure to have the best views of Wears Valley. Guest have access to many resort amenities; a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and hot tub, on-site fitness center with a steam room and sauna and an outdoor pavilion featuring a stone fireplace, rocking chairs and stunning views of Wears Valley. The Preserve Resort also offers a chapel for a Smoky Mountain wedding.
Only a few minutes down the mountainside from Appalachian Villas 2822 to the peaceful side of the Smokies, the picturesque town of Townsend offering endless number of ways to enjoy the outdoors and dining options. Spend the day on the Little River tubing with River Rage featuring 3 river routes that you can ride again and again. Stop over at Cades Cove Cellars for taste of local wines and artisan gifts.
Head over to Pigeon Forge and Sevierville for a day of shopping and attractions. Stop at Lid’s Dolly Factory Store to get your own elegant patchwork quilt and take a wander through the Shops of Pigeon Forge with many name brand stores. Play a game of mini-golf at Firehouse Golf featuring 2 courses with waterfalls and ponds. Catch a show at The Comedy Barn for a good laugh or one of the many offered at the Grand Majestic Theater.
Meander down to Gatlinburg for mountains of family fun! Ober Gatlinburg is an amusement park and ski area that offers an aerial tramway from downtown to their mountain side of fun with year round ice skating, alpine slide, mountain coaster and chair swings. Stop at one of the many Ripley’s attractions that offer entertainment for all ages. Have dinner at Greenbrier Restaurant for fine dining and ideal atmosphere.
Being in the foothills of The Great Smoky Mountains your exploration possibilities 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 one of the numerous trails beginning within Cades Cove. In early spring don’t miss out on the synchronized fireflies, one of the only places in the world to experience this phenomenon.
Additional amenities include: foosball, pool table, playground, walking, golf, groceries, fishing, skiing, internet - high spd: private wifi, autumn foliage, proximity: scenic/nature, theme parks, winery tours, scenic drives, photography, dishes & utensils, whitewater rafting, necessary, miniature golf, horseback riding, keyless entry, restaurants, living room, wheelchair inaccessible, massage therapist, health/beauty spa, water tubing, extra room: loft, atm/bank, cinemas, churches, caves, total seperate beds: 4, laundry: washer/dryer in unit, iron and board, waterfalls, dining area, guests provide their own meals, heating, wildlife viewing, loft bedrooms: 1 loft, kitchen: full kitchen, swimming, coffee maker, fly fishing, snowboarding, rafting, staff, hiking, medical services, telephone: local, levels: 2, festivals, minimum age to rent: 21 years, minimum age limit for renters, sofa sleepers total: 2, cycling, vrez legacy company: the preserve resort, hospital, tennis, jetted tub: 1, water parks, recreation center, parking: off street parking, shopping, iron & board, exterior stairs, coin laundry, family, central heat & air, dollywood distance: dollywood 20+ miles, pool: community outdr pool, antiquing, tourist attractions, mountain biking, extra room - 2nd: loft, outlet shopping, forests, non smoking only, queen sleeper sofa: 2, complex full name: the preserve rsrt, sight seeing, bedding 1: king, romantic, events allowed, hot tub - number: 1, freshwater fishing, live theater, national park: 10-20 miles to park, away from it all, bird watching, laundromat.TripAdvisor property ID 1961097...Read more
Left on 09/26/2015 for a stay in September 2015 | 894valariegReviewed Sep 26, 2015Stayed Sep 2015
My husband and I came here to celebrate our 25th anniversary. When you first arrive try not to get there after dark. We arrived at 9pm and couldn't see the street signs. You are much higher in the mountains then you might think but that's how you get such a Beautiful view. I will say I was a bit disappointed when we first arrived. The Cabins are very close to each other and I thought we would be a little more secluded. It was wonderful. Once you are in your cabin sitting on your balcony watching the sunrise with that view it really didn't matter. We will be returning next summer in one of the larger cabins with our entire family. Also, it was fun at night watching a family of bears wondering around our cabin looking for food :). Just a bit of advice about the area. Hike in the national park. It's free and it's so beautiful. Stay away from the dinner shows. They are pricey and if you have ever been to Disney dinner shows these will disappoint!! We also went white water rafting which was fantastic!
Left on 09/19/2014 for a stay in August 2014 | lil_TweetyZReviewed Sep 19, 2014Stayed Aug 2014
First of all e pricewe love the Smoky Mountains. This is our fourth year back and the fourth different place we stayed at. All four were beautiful places. This was a last minute trip for us, we didn't have time to shop around. We loved this place, but it was pricey. We would go back in a heartbeat if the price was in the range of the other 3 places we stayed. If you are looking for privacy, you may want to go elsewhere. But for us it was perfect. Are only complaint was the price.
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