Get Married Overlooking the Mtns or have a Anniversary/Family Reunion Here!!
All bedrooms have TVs and sliding doors to decks; 5 have in suite baths and BR 3 has 2 queen beds with access to sink in pantry and main floor half bath. Top floor master has vaulted ceiling, gas fireplace, private deck, large walk-in closet, double shower with small private outside deck. Main floor master has double sink in room and closest access to outside hot tub.
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - children welcomechildren welcome
No pets - Pets not allowed. No Exceptions to this rulePets not allowed. No Exceptions to this rule
Events allowed - Events AllowedEvents Allowed
No smoking - Outside smoking only please. Outside smoking only please.
Max guests: 14
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Non compliance to any of my house rules can result in forfeit of refund.
About Pam Burnup, Property Manager
We built this home with the idea that we would live in it a year or two and then turn it into a nightly rental. Well, seven years later, we can say that we have loved every minute here and are now excited to share it. We were the general contractors for the property and you will notice the many extras and upgrades, from the hand-carved dogwood blossoms in the mantel above the fireplace, to our lovely premium lighting, to the rose bushes out front. This property is meant to be a vacation lodge and we are moving on to other ventures!
Pam Burnup, Property Manager purchased this lodge in 2006
Why Pam Burnup, Property Manager chose Pigeon Forge
We lived in a home in Pigeon Forge for 12 years and were building rental chalets for sale here in Riversong and also on Ski Mountain in Gatlinburg. When our neighbor in Pigeon Forge made us an offer on our farm there, we decided to build a house here. We own four lots, about five acres, and at the end of the road as it is, we have great privacy and magnificent views.
What makes this lodge unique
We call it the 'mountain movie' -- just sitting on one of our decks and watching the magnificent vista. In summer, all you see is trees and mountains, the soaring hawks and ravens; in winter, you see the river below, sparkling silver and gold, and another cabin or two in the distance. The Greenbrier entrance to Great Smoky Mountains National Park is eight minutes drive, and we love hiking, biking, and swimming there. Gatlinburg is but 15 minutes total, with all the great restaurants and fun things to do there. This location allows you to slip in and out the 'back' ways to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and Sevierville, avoiding seasonal traffic.