If you’re visiting Gatlinburg, you could stay in a hotel, but what do you get for your money? A room, a mini-fridge, maybe a small balcony or a sitting area if you’re lucky.
Choose a cabin rental and get more for your money: Bedrooms you don’t share with a mini-fridge. Space to spread out. A living room for games and movies, a game room, a hot tub, or extras like in-cabin theaters or pools. Toasty fireplaces inside and crackling fire pits outside. Share cabin costs with friends and family and your cabin is even more wallet-friendly.
The kitchen saves dough because you aren’t eating out for every meal. Take picnics and relish eating outdoors with a breathtaking view. Splurge at restaurants for dinner with the money you’ve saved!
Looking for a romantic getaway? A cozy one-bedroom cabin is ideal. Taking a vacation with your small family? Try a two-bedroom cabin. If you’re bringing a gang, we’ve got cabins with as many as eight bedrooms plus sleeping lofts, bunk bedrooms for kids, and more. Some cabins sleep up to two dozen guests.
There are some home conveniences we miss on vacation. A cabin rental gives you the best of both worlds.
With access to a washer and dryer, there’s no need to hunt down a laundromat or wash clothes out in a hotel bathroom if things get messy. Want to work a little? Most cabins feature Wi-Fi and plenty of places to work away from the group.
Instead of leaving your car in a hotel parking lot, park right by your cabin, in your private space. Eat on your schedule, not restaurants’ schedules. Your kitchen is open whenever you want, and the cabin’s fridge stores leftovers or wine and beer easily.
The less time you spend driving, the more time you’re spending on fun. A cabin puts you close to all the action, so you don’t waste a minute!
Gatlinburg is famously walkable. Find food, drinks, shopping, and entertainment without needing to drive. If you want to venture farther, hop on one of the town’s 20 free trolleys. Thrill to the sight of 10,000 sea creatures at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. Spend a day at Anakeesta, the family theme park with magical walkways through the treetops. Taste moonshine at Gatlinburg’s distilleries and barbecue at its restaurants.