Please be aware of possible construction due to the 2016 Gatlinburg Wildfires
Casually stroll down by the creek into Downtown Gatlinburg. The 3-bedroom townhouse is just a 10-minute walk to the Parkway, the main thoroughfare of downtown Gatlinburg. The Guinness World Records Adventure, Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, thrill rides, restaurants, mini golf, shops, and more are all practically outside your front door. There’s also a trolley stop just outside the Gatlinburg Village complex, but you probably won’t need it—that’s how close you’ll be to the action.
At the same time, Gatlinburg Village is so peaceful, it’s easy to forget just how conveniently close it is to downtown. The complex is located off a side street; in addition to bountiful trees, it has its own burbling creek, which you’ll be able to see and hear from the balcony of your townhouse. Unit 104, incidentally, is also just steps from Gatlinburg Village’s outdoor pool, which you can take full advantage of in the summer.
As for Gatlinburg Village 104 itself, the 3-level townhouse has a bedroom and a bathroom on each floor, providing plenty of privacy. An en-suite bedroom with a king-size bed is the only room on the lower level, and an open suite with a queen-size bed makes up the loft. The main floor’s bedroom also has a king-size bed, which makes the townhouse as well suited for several couples as it is for a family.
The townhouse’s living/dining area is delightfully spacious and airy. There’s plenty of room for the whole group to kick back on the leather sectional sofa and watch a movie on the large flat-screen TV; likewise, there’s enough space for the kids to spread out on the carpet by the fireplace with their toys and games.
The dining table seats 6 people with ease, and the plush chairs are so comfortable, you’ll want to settle in for a game of Monopoly or rummy once the plates have been cleared away. The kitchen is equipped with appliances, cookware, and tableware galore. Even if you eat most of your meals out—after all, you’re just a stroll away from scores of restaurants—you’ll love the convenience of having a refrigerator for keeping juice boxes and wine cool and a coffeemaker for that morning cup of java.
Unlike many other townhouses, Gatlinburg Village 104 has both a screened-in porch and an open balcony. Even more unusual, the screened-in porch has its own hot tub. Its steamy jets of water will feel especially rejuvenating when you return from a day of hiking, skiing, or shopping. After your soak and before calling it a night you can laze on the balcony, listening to whip-poor-wills while gazing up at the star-studded sky.
Among Gatlinburg Village 104’s other amenities are free WiFi, a covered carport, and a private washer and dryer. Best of all, though, is the location. In addition to being close to the attractions of downtown, the townhouse is just a mile from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. You can explore its historic cabins, waterfalls, flora, and fauna on foot, on bike, on horseback, or by car. Just as close is Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area; in fact, a tram can carry you from downtown up to the park. And even the attractions of Pigeon Forge, including Dollywood, are just a half-hour away by car.
With so much to see and do nearby, you’re sure to be on the go during much of your stay—which means you’ll appreciate the conveniences and comforts of Gatlinburg Village 104 all the more when you return after each day’s adventures. Experience it for yourself: Book your stay today, and start planning your best vacation yet.