Newly built Barnwood log cabin, 2 Master suites, Hot Tub, w/spectacular views
Geo & De
- english, spanish
About Geo & De
We love the outdoors and there is no place like the smoky mountains. We built this one of a kind Antique log cabin so that we can escape the day-to-day and it is truly incredible. We love getting away and exploring a different area of the Great Smoky Mountains every time we come.
Geo & De purchased this Cabin in 2019
Why Geo & De chose Gatlinburg
A new, spectacular sunset every night. Spend a relaxing evening watching the sunset after your long day outdoors enjoying the smoky mountains or the action packed Pigeon Forge. This cabin is just seven minutes away from Gatlinburg and 15 minutes from Pigeon Forge. It is located on top of the mountain overlooking bluff mountain and downtown Pigeon Forge. Stay at this one of a kind antque log cabin re-constructed in 2019 with original logs from the a cabin built in 1870. It cabin was custom designed to incorporate American history with all the comforts of today. The cabin is custom designed with all the modern amenities in mind. It features a large great room to gather and relax. It offers two king bedroom suites for privacy and relaxation. A game room with additional sleeping area for three is on the ground floor. Two outdoor decks provide a space to enjoy those spectacular sunsets. The lower deck has a hot tub and swing. The upper deck has two double gliders to sit enjoy. Enjoy a relaxing experience in a truly unique cabin.
What makes this Cabin unique
A unique space to enjoy. Step back in time, while enjoying all the luxuries of today. Enter through the front door in the log facade, and you’re in the original cabin, cozy-looking. The historic space at the heart of the house has an airier presence than might be imagined because of the gallery wall of windows to let light in. The result is a somewhat “abstracted” version of a pioneer cabin. Unbeatable Gatlinburg location - 7 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg! Easy access to hiking, biking, whitewater rafting, swimming and tubing at Great Smoky Mountains National Park, skiing and snowboarding at Ober Gatlinburg, theme parks, water parks, comedy theaters, haunted houses, a plethora of restaurants, bars and much more!
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:25
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Top of the Mountain!
This cabin was beyond our expectations in a very good way!
The amenities were all provided and the mountain views were spectacular. At night you can see the big wheel of Pigeon Forge way off in the distance.
If going in the winter months make sure you have 4-wheel drive. The road to the cabin is no joke!
We will 100% stay again.
Simply Amazing !!!!!!
Absolutely amazing. The cabin was beautiful with just as beautiful views. It was me my girlfriend and my son. When we went in there was a feel of coziness and you couldn’t help but feel at home. When we first went in we walked around looking at everything for like 30 minutes before anyone spoke.
Truly a beautiful cabin.
We will definitely be going back.
Perfect Family vacation
We had a great time at your cabin. It was a beautiful area and the cabin was spectacular. We had a little trouble getting into the cabin upon arrival, but that was taken care of quickly.
Only recommendations we had were to add a few amenities to the kitchen (dishwasher detergent, salt and pepper shakers, storage containers with lids).
This was a perfect place for our family.
Nice place, Great cabin
We really enjoyed our stay. The cabin is new and just as advertised. You won't be disappointing. Great views! Our family loved it.
Great views and entertainment!
The cabin and views were both so beautiful! We enjoyed the pool table and hot tub both nights of our stay!
The Great Outdoors are Greater in Gatlinburg. Downhill snow skiing, Class-IV whitewater rafting, world-class golf and fishing and 600 miles of hiking trails in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park make Gatlinburg one of America’s premier outdoor destinations. And don't miss the waterfalls!
All of these don’t even scratch the surface of what Gatlinburg has to offer. Ziplining, snowboarding, tubing, biking and horseback riding are other recommended outdoor activities for your visit.
You Don’t Have to be a Kid to be a Kid. No matter your age, you can let loose at a huge selection of Gatlinburg attractions! Gatlinburg is home to America’s best-loved aquarium, which is full of underwater adventures perfect for all ages, and there’s a lot more where that came from….
Check out one of Gatlinburg’s many unique museums, create a one-of-a-kind work of art at an arts & crafts fair, play a quick 18 at a miniature golf course, experience the thrills of a motion simulator and take a spin on a go-cart or bumper car.
The Gatlinburg area is also home to a rich variety of arts and crafts stores. Most arts and crafts stores can be found in an eight-mile loop in Gatlinburg known as the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community. More than 80 studios, galleries and shops offer a little bit of everything, including hand-thrown pottery, silversmithing, baskets, frameable art, quilts, jewelry, leather, dolls and much more. The community claims to be the nation’s largest concentration of independent artists. Members put on three arts and crafts shows each year: one each at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. The shows are free and offer visitors a chance to browse dozens of vendors at once.
Whether you’re taking home gifts for family, souvenirs for yourself or
collectibles unique to Gatlinburg, more than 450 stores — including five shopping malls — offer just about anything you could imagine. If your cabin is located up in the mountains, drive into town and park and most stores will be within walking distance. Just be sure to wear your comfortable shoes.
The Gatlinburg Mountain Mall, across from the Ripley’s aquarium, offers a mountain-themed indoor shopping setting with a wide variety of stores. Tourists can visit a tobacconist store, buy blown glass gifts and have time left over for a bite of specialty candy before they stop at the leather store and the art gallery on their way out.
Ober Gatlinburg features a shopping area where the tram departs in downtown Gatlinburg as well as a second area at their mountaintop ski resort. Calhoun Village features three restaurants and several arts and crafts stores, while Baskin’s Square Mall in the center of Gatlinburg includes 20 craft and specialty shops as well as the Guinness World Records Museum, the White Wolf Gallery, Old Tyme Photos and more.
Reagan’s Carousel Mall includes specialty shops such as Godiva Giggles, Earth’s Treasures and Party Hut Night Club, while the Reagan Terrace Mall in the heart of Gatlinburg features more unique shops, food and two family attractions: Old Gatlinburg Golf and Games, and Fort Fun.
If outlet stores are more up your alley, Pigeon Forge has at least five major manufacturers’ outlet malls beckoning tourists who are looking for great deals.
Not enough fun?
Head on over to Pigeon Forge!
A variety of Pigeon Forge museums are available, such as the Titanic Museum Attraction, the Elvis Museum, the Smoky Mountain Car Museum and WonderWorks – an upside-down interactive museum guaranteed keep every member for the family wondering what’s around the next corner.
Take a step into history at the Titanic museum attraction in Pigeon Forge! When you arrive, you will receive a boarding pass of a real Titanic passenger. Throughout the museum, you can stroll through galleries that hold millions of dollars worth of original artifacts. You can even sit in an actual-sized lifeboat, steer the ship and touch a real iceberg! The permanent, interactive Titanic museum attraction is a fun, hands-on experience for children and adults!
Other popular things to do in Pigeon Forge include miniature golf, bowling, go-Karts, laser tag, arcade games, thrill rides and indoor skydiving. For the real extreme adventurer, there is also the Zorb, the New Zealand thrill ride only available in Pigeon Forge! Outdoor activities in the Pigeon Forge area range from tubing and whitewater rafting to leaf peeping and wildlife-watching to horseback riding and helicopter tours. Pigeon Forge, TN also is home to many great restaurants including the famous Paula Deen’s Restaurant in Pigeon Forge.
Your Smoky Mountain vacation itinerary surely must include a few shows. Pigeon Forge theaters are famous for their family-friendly entertainment that’s suitable for visitors of all ages. You can enjoy dinner theater, comedy shows, magic shows and live music, such as Gospel, country, bluegrass and old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll.