Dubbed Alone at Last, unit 207 of the Alpine Village Condominiums is perfect for anyone who puts a priority on convenience. Because the 2-bedroom condo, 2nd floor condo is near downtown Gatlinburg, you can spend less time traveling to the numerous attractions and more time enjoying them.
Of course, you’ll also enjoy the time you spend at Alone at Last. For starters, the beautifully landscaped grounds of the condo complex include an outdoor pool you can use for free throughout the summer, along with a poolside patio furnished with chaises for drying off in the sun and tables complete with umbrellas for cooling off in the shade.
As for unit 207 itself, it’s tailor-made for relaxing after a day on the go. The roomy living area is decorated in serene neutral tones. Its plush sofa invites you to stretch out (and maybe even take a nap); the 2 recliners are ideal for curling up with your tablet—perhaps to post photos of your day’s adventures online, courtesy of the free WiFi. After hitting the slopes, savor après-ski drinks by the stone-surround gas fireplace, or chill out with a movie on the flat-screen TV with cable and a DVD player. Or maybe you’d like to head out to the private balcony; the fresh mountain breeze is so restorative.
Alone at Last’s prime location means you have scores of restaurants (including the Greenbrier, a Gatlinburg institution) to choose from just a few minutes away. Sometimes, though, it’s more relaxing (and budget-friendly) to eat in. The condo has a lovely dining table beside the fireplace that seats 4 in delightfully comfortable chairs; at the adjacent breakfast bar are stools for 2 more. The kitchen is fully equipped with appliances, cookware, and tableware; there’s even a dishwasher for maximum convenience.
A good night’s sleep is key to enjoying your trip to its utmost, and Alone at Last’s 2 bedrooms all but guarantee sweet dreams. Each is decorated in elegantly restful fashion and include a TV and its own bathroom. The master suite is especially pampering, with a sumptuous king-size bed, a lovely settee, and best of all, a heart-shaped jetted tub in its bathroom. A long soak among its massaging waters is just the treat your weary muscles will long for after a day spent hiking, horseback riding, snowboarding, or golfing. The 2nd bedroom features a queen-size bed, and if you have additional guests, the living room sofa can open into another queen-size bed.
For all that, you don’t come to the Smoky Mountains to spend time in your room. What makes Alone at Last especially desirable is its proximity to just about everything there is to see and do in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. In fact, it’s close enough to downtown Gatlinburg that you could walk to the trolley stop and not have to worry about finding parking downtown.
For a change of pace from the thrill rides, arcades, restaurants, shops, mini golf, and other entertainment options of downtown Gatlinburg, head to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, less than 10 minutes from Alone at Last. Here you can see for yourself, while hiking, biking, or horseback riding, why it’s the country’s most popular national park. Also less than 10 minutes away is the Smoky Mountains Arts & Crafts Community, an 8-mile trail of more than 120 shops, studios, and galleries, and Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area. One town over is Pigeon Forge, home to Dollywood, the Titanic Museum, Parrot Mountain and Gardens, a huge outlet mall, and more—all less than a half-hour’s drive away.
When it comes to convenience coupled with comfort, Alone at Last earns top marks. Make your reservation today, then start planning what might be your best vacation yet.
Please note: There is no elevator and this condo is on the second floor. Please be aware that there is only ONE (1) parking space available. Any additional vehicles will be towed at the vehicle owner's expense.