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"Located less than 15 minutes from Gatlinburg, but in a secluded and serene setting on the river. The beds are comfortable, the rooms are spacious and the kitchen had everything we needed to cook up a storm. That included steaks on the gas grill, smores in the outdoor fireplace and hearty breakfasts in the kitchen. The kids (ages 1 -5) LOVED crawling though the tunnels, and 2 of them slept in the cubbies.
We thought of this cabin as "weather insurance" since there is so much to do if your regular plans get rained out: movies on the giant screen, pool table, card table, Ms. Pac Man (let it warm up, it works), air hockey, video games and of course the swim spa. The skee-ball is missing the electronics and the pinball costs 50 cents/play.
Come on down and enjoy the peaceful sound of the river and all the Smokies have to offer. Would definitely stay here again."
Guest: WendiDate of Stay: May 2014Review Submitted: July 16, 2014
"We gathered here from three different states and one Canadian Province for a family reunion and it was the perfect place. The 6 bedrooms allowed us all to have privacy and time away from the family. The "suite" at the top of the house we gave over to my sister and her fiance and they really enjoyed the private deck and the Jacuzzi. My folks, who have some mobility issues, really appreciated the ramp from the parking lot and that so much could be done on the main floor, as well as the handicapped-accessible bathroom in their room on that floor. The kids did really well in the queen-sized bunk beds, too! All bedrooms have their own bathroom with shower and there's an additional bathroom off the main floor living room.
The upstairs living area, dining, and cooking area is where most of us spent the time together, but the downstairs offered a really nice TV and more places to sit. The pool table was a nice addition and the full bar space came in handy for storing more things to drink to have close to hand.
The wrap-around decks allowed for plenty of sitting and photo opportunities as we took in great weather (made all the nicer by being such a contrast to the cold and snow we'd left behind). Great views, a hot tub, and a porch swing.
Only about 30 minutes from the (sprawling, touristy, loud, crowded) town of Gatlinburg, and about the same from some really nice hiking in Smoky Mountains National Forest. Believe the owner when she says that the GPS doesn't have the right maps for the mountain! We had a bit of trouble finding the place at first, but once there, we had no trouble getting back.
The only downside is that the place isn't exactly isolated, with several other rentals within a stone's throw, each of which seemed to choose a different night to party until well after midnight. But that seems like it would be the case pretty much anywhere in this area, so don't let that deter you. A wonderful place, perfect for what we wanted."
Guest: David E.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 10, 2015
"We very much enjoyed our stay in this cabin. It was close enough to town (about 4 miles to Gatlinburg and 12 miles to Pigeon Forge) to get us where we needed to go but far enough away to feel like we were in the woods. Everything worked as expected and if we come back, we will rent the cabin again. Good communication with the owners. The only issue we had was several loose dogs running around the neighborhood. Not a big deal for us but could have presented a problem for people afraid of dogs."
Guest: Mike C.Date of Stay: April 2015Review Submitted: April 20, 2015