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Recent Gatlinburg reviews

  • Clean secluded cabin

    "This cabin was hard to get to in a truck, yet you definitely needed one to get up the hill. The location was nice though because it felt secluded and up in the trees. Coffee maker was broken but on the day we left we discovered a second one in the kitchen cabinets. The cabin was extremely clean and the linens smelled fresh not chlorine smelling like some hotels and cabins can be. Overall I would stay at this cabin again it was beautiful inside and out and I'd recommend it."
    Guest: Samantha T. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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  • Second Stay!

    "This was our second stay at Sessions Summit and just like our first stay back in July 2014 - it was AMAZING! Perfect for our family of four - everything we needed was there and it felt great to be back. Loved the updates - kudos for adding the love seat up on the landing (my favorite place to read in the morning). We enjoyed the pool, hot tub, the dinners we cooked, and of course - the fabulous views. Looking forward to getting back to Sessions Summit soon!"
    Guest: Christina D. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 8, 2016
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  • LOVE THIS CLEAN CONVENIENT CABIN

    "This was the second time my wife and I stayed at the cabin. June was helpful as always and worked really well with us. Our cabin was extremely clean and had everything we needed just like the time before.If you are looking for a quiet getaway with your spouse or small family you will love this cabin. We are very thankful we found it years ago."
    Guest: David H. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 22, 2016
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  • Good Stay

    "Had a good stay from August 9 to 16. Randy maintains several cabins that are located on a quiet road off not far from the main street. This cabin is C10. The cottages line the street (both sides) but are spaced farther apart than most new subdivisions. It is a quiet location. There is a large lawn behind the cabins on this side of the street. Cabin C10 is the last one of the group so it has only one visible neighbor beside it. The cabin itself is well outfitted for cooking as it has a stove, microwave and full-sized refrigerator. There is no barbeque as we were told that town fire restrictions are in place. It wasn't an issue as we took a drive to the pleasant Greenbrier picnic area in the NP and cooked some of our meat there. The cabin was very clean and comfortable. The full bathroom is off of the downstairs bedroom. It must be accessed via the bedroom. A half bathroom is upstairs off another bedroom. The cabin was clean and comfortable. We were provided with lots of bathroom and kitchen linens. The furniture in the living room has been updated since this ad's photos were taken. It was very hot and humid while we were in the area and the air conditioning worked well. The DVD player wasn't hooked up when we arrived. My husband worked with it and we used it although it was a little 'finicky' some times. Not a huge issue. There is a hot tub on the deck but we didn't use it. The cabin is located on the eastern side of town so it is just a few minutes drive to the Food Lion grocery store. If you are up before 8 a.m. and enjoy birds, I found that there were several species in the trees outside the cabin. The cabin has a nice front porch. We had two bear sightings while in the neighborhood. One morning, a bear strolled by the cabin and disappeared into the trees that line the backyard. Another morning, we were leaving for the day and stopped the car to watch a bear cross the road from one front yard to another. Overall, it was a comfortable stay in a good location. We would recommend this property."
    Guest: ian t. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 26, 2016
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