When you want a relaxing weekend escape from the world, make a Pigeon Forge cabin your destination. Let the cozy life recharge your batteries.
COZY UP NEXT TO A CRACKLING FIRE.
What could be cozier than a firelight? Start a blaze in the living room fireplace and watch the flames reflect off the honey-gold wood inside your beautiful cabin. Some cabins feature master bedrooms with fireplaces–a truly luxurious touch. Look for a cabin with an outdoor fire pit where you can watch sparks fly up toward the stars at night.
MAKE YOUR FAVORITE COMFORT FOODS.
Imagine the buttery scent of homemade chocolate chip cookies filling the cabin. Relish having time to make the scratch lasagna your family loves. Enjoy alone time, scrambling eggs just the way you like ‘em, and have a quiet breakfast before the kids bounce out of bed. Thanks to your cabin’s fully equipped kitchen, you can treat yourself to the foods you love any time of the day or night.
INDULGE IN A SPA DAY.
You can refresh both body and soul without leaving your cabin! Melt your cares away in the bubbling hot tub on the deck. Outdoor hot tubs let you gaze at misty mountain views to calm your mind while the warm water relaxes your muscles. Indoors, soak in a jetted bathtub with a glass of Tennessee fruit wine by your side and your favorite music playing.
Your cabin’s deck is like a bonus living room with nature’s surround sound! Settle onto a porch swing or rocking chair and listen to the birds. Look for hawks while you sip moonshine from one of Pigeon Forge’s distilleries.
CATCH UP ON ENTERTAINMENT.
Crack open that novel you’ve been meaning to start. Cue the show you keep trying to finish, or snuggle on the couch and lose yourself in a movie marathon. You’re here without work or chores demanding your attention. Why not simply enjoy being entertained?
DISCOVER PIGEON FORGE’S COZIEST SPOTS.
Though Pigeon Forge is a bustling town, it’s got a peaceful side for your weekend escape. Take a picnic at leafy Patriot Park. Stroll one of the isolated Quiet Walkways in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Ask for a table with a river view at the historic Old Mill Restaurant. Return to your cabin, light the fire pit, and make s’mores for dessert!