The majestic Smoky Mountains are why so many visitors love PIgeon Forge. Here are five of the best one-bedroom cabin rentals with beautiful views for your next vacation.
Tucked at the end of a private road, this secluded jewel for up to four guests offers faraway vistas of blue Smokies ridges against the sky! The warm, rustic king bedroom suite is ideal for relaxing. Kids can sleep and hang out in the spacious loft with its own bed and bath. Outside, relish the view from the wraparound deck--you can even see the mountains as you take a dip in the bubbling hot tub.
A stocked fishing pond lies steps from your cabin. Bring your poles for fishing and your camera to capture the abundant wildlife that visits this lovely spot. Decks and porches on all sides make you feel as if you’re living in the great outdoors. Enjoy the hot tub on its enclosed porch or grab a rocking chair and watch the sunlight sparkle on your pond. Mallard’s Nest sleeps four guests in complete comfort.
Rocky Top Retreat, sleeping eight, features spectacular mountain views through ceiling-to-floor windows. The king suite bedroom is a haven of privacy. Under a soaring cathedral ceiling, the gorgeous loft is home to another king bed, twin beds, and pool and air hockey tables. Kick back on the decks for views across the treetops from your porch swing or Adirondack chairs!
With two covered decks, you have ample spots for spying wildlife and looking at peaks wearing their summer green or autumn gold! Settle down with a drink and get to know the distinctive mountain you’ll see morning, noon, and night. This cozy one-bedroom cabinsleeps six, features a comfy living room with plush leather seating, and gives you access to resort swimming pools.
Big picture windows frame the view as you sink into the soft leather couch. Upstairs in the loft, the kids get their own amazing view out of the triangular window! Even your indoor meals feel like picnics, thanks to ample windows surrounding the dining area. Step outside for even more expansive views from the two covered decks. Treetops are below and beside you, and you see the gentle curves of the Smokies in the distance. With room for up to eight guests, A Rare Find lives up to its name.