Mount LeConte is one of the highest peaks in the Appalachians… and when you stay at Gatlinburg Summit Views you’ll have a spectacular view of it from the cabin’s wraparound deck and outdoor hot tub, spacious living room, and loft-level game room.
But that’s hardly the only reason Gatlinburg Summit Views is an ideal base for your next vacation. The 2-bedroom 2-bath cabin, perched atop a mountain ridge, can easily accommodate 2 couples—and because it has 2 sofas that convert into beds, it can just as easily accommodate a family (or even 2!).
Plus it’s packed with all sorts of amenities that will delight adults and kids alike. For instance, in addition to that luxurious hot tub on the deck, the cabin has a game room in the loft, complete with a pool table and a 60-game arcade table. Just don’t let the view of Mount LeConte from the picture windows distract you from your game!
Furnished in timeless (and comfortable!) Mission style, the living room on the main floor offers plenty of cushiony seating from which to watch the big game or a favorite movie on the 60” flat-panel HDTV with Blu-ray and a Bose surround-sound system. Grab some popcorn, make a big pitcher of lemonade, and you’re all set for movie night! In winter there’s a bonus: the warmth and golden glow of the gas fireplace.
Also on the main level are the dining room and kitchen. The dining table seats 6 people comfortably, and there’s room for 3 more at the adjacent breakfast bar. From the wrought-iron chandelier to the Windsor chairs to the burnished wood floor, ceiling, and walls, the dining area is as lovely as that of many a restaurant—and not many restaurants offer such a commanding view.
If instead of looking outside you’d like to eat outside, you’ll love the deck’s roomy picnic table. You can cook out there too, courtesy of the cabin’s charcoal grill. Whether it’s trout you reeled in yourself at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or burgers you picked up at the grocery store, it’s bound to taste even better when grilled and savored outdoors in the pristine mountain air.
Not everything can be cooked on a grill, of course. No worries: Gatlinburg Summit Views has a fully outfitted kitchen with granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, cookware, and tableware galore. Feel free to try out all those gourmet recipes you never have the time to make at home. It helps that there’s plenty of space to store a week’s worth of groceries—stock up at the beginning of your stay, so you don’t have to waste time running to the supermarket every day.
And speaking of timesavers, the cabin has a dishwasher as well as a washer and a dryer. You can pack light and even return home with luggage full of clean clothes!
The 2 bedrooms are as welcoming and charming as the rest of Gatlinburg Summit Views. The main level’s bedroom has a king-size bed; the bedroom in the loft has a queen. Both bedrooms have flat-panel TVs, plenty of storage, and ceiling fans to lull you to sleep on warm evenings.
Each floor has a full bathroom as well. You’ll arrive to find plenty of clean towels and freshly made beds. In addition, the hot tub will have been emptied, sanitized, and refilled just for you. So if you want to start your vacation with a shower, a soak, or a nap, go right ahead!
While there’s plenty to keep you happily occupied at the cabin itself, you can drive to restaurants, shops, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, skiing, entertainment, and more in just minutes. The cabin is also located in the heart of the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Loop, an 8-mile trail of more than 100 galleries, studios, and craft shops.
Convenient location, awe-inspiring scenery, lovely furnishings, loads of extras: Gatlinburg Summit Views has everything you need for your best vacation yet. So don’t delay: Book your reservation today!
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.