It’s easy to see why Alpine Mountain Village is one of the most popular resorts in Pigeon Forge: Not only is it just minutes from Dollywood, the Titanic Museum, and other local attractions, but it also boasts an outdoor swimming pool that’s open all summer, walking trails, a playground, a picnic pavilion, and even a wedding chapel. When you stay at Honey Pot, a three-bedroom cabin in the resort, you can take advantage of all those amenities, as well as those of the cabin itself.
Honey Pot’s surroundings are lushly wooded, and its two large decks enable you to make the most of the area’s natural beauty. Kick back on an armchair with your morning coffee and listen to songbirds greet the day; enjoy a midday snack at the bistro table as the mountain breeze rustles through the trees; sip a nightcap on the deck swing with your special someone in the silvery shimmer of the moonlight. And best of all, luxuriate in the deck’s hot tub after a day hiking the mountains or hitting the links of the nearby Gatlinburg Golf Course; the massaging jets of water will ease your tired muscles in no time.
The cabin’s great room is just as relaxing. The double-height cathedral ceiling gives it an open, airy ambience, while large windows let in plenty of sunshine. The fireplace is sure to be a favorite spot to gather around on a brisk winter evening. There’s plenty of room on the plush couches for everyone to sit back and watch a movie on the TV with cable and a DVD player. One of the sofas opens into a queen-size bed, so that Honey Pot can sleep eight people in all.
One of the many advantages of staying at Honey Pot is its proximity to a trove of restaurants: a steakhouse one night, Cuban cuisine the next, and all-American comfort food or barbecue the evening after. Even if you plan to eat most of your meals out, you’ll appreciate the convenience of having a fully equipped kitchen available 24/7, so that you can keep wine and juice boxes chilled in the fridge and brew coffee first thing in the morning. And if you do decide to eat in, you’ll find all the appliances, gadgets, cookware, and tableware you could possibly need. The dining table seats six, and there’s room for three more at the adjacent breakfast bar.
After dinner you can head upstairs and shoot pool at the loft’s full-size billiard table. Or if you’re tuckered out from your day on the go, retreat to one of the three bedrooms. The master suite is in the loft; in addition to a king-size bed you’ll love sprawling out on, it has a TV, a private bathroom, and most pampering of all, its own jetted tub.
The other two bedrooms are on the main floor. Each has a log-frame queen-size bed and a TV, plus a ceiling fan to help lull you to sleep. The second bathroom is on the main floor as well. When you arrive at Honey Pot, you’ll find the beds beautifully made up, plenty of clean towels in the bathrooms, and extra bedding ready and waiting—no need to load up your luggage with linens from home. In fact, you can pack especially light, as the cabin has its own washer and dryer. You might even return from your vacation with a suitcase full of clean clothes!
When you’re not relaxing among the comforts of Honey Pot, there’s plenty to see and do just beyond the manicured grounds of the resort. Dollywood, the Gatlinburg Golf Course, the Titanic Museum, Parrot Mountain and Gardens, the Dixie Stampede dinner theater, and the Tanger Outlet Mall, among many more attractions, are all within a fifteen-minute drive. And in less than a half-hour you can be at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area, and downtown Gatlinburg.
So what are you waiting for? Book your stay at Honey Pot today, and start planning how you’ll spend your days. We’re looking forward to seeing you.
Please remember that Gatlinburg and the surrounding area is a mountain town with snow and icy conditions during the winter. Inclement weather can affect driving and parking conditions regardless of the property, driveway, or roads. We strongly recommend four-wheel drive and/or chains during the winter months.