Cabin Spotlight: DANCING BEAR LODGE

When visiting the Smoky Mountains, one of the best things to do after a day of endless activities, is to come home, relax, cook dinner and spend time with your family and friends. At Alpine Mountain Chalets, we offer a variety of stunning cabin rentals for guests to enjoy after a long day of exploring the Smokies. 

 

If you’re traveling with a group of six, we have the perfect home-away-from-home for you. Our Dancing Bear Lodge Cabin is a perfect option for traveling with your family or group of friends. This cabin rental is a beautiful wood interior cabin that has three-bedroom and three bathrooms. 

 

Dancing Bear Lodge Amenities

Upon opening the door to this cabin rental, you will notice the beautiful wooden interior and open floor plans. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen and a large dining area right next to it, perfect for a home-cooked meal and to gather and eat! Other great amenities include the Living Room that has a floor to ceiling stacked stone fireplace, the Master Bedroom that has a private bath and balcony, and a game room with a Foosball and Dartboard. Additional amenities for Dancing Bear Lodge are: 

 

  • Gas Fireplace
  • Hot Tub
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dishwasher
  • Two High Def TVs
  • Covered Porch

 

For the full list check out Dancing Bear Lodge and take a 3D tour of the cabin here. 

 

Dancing Bear Lodge Location

This stunning Chalet style wooden cabin is located just minutes from the main parkway, so it is close to all of the Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg attractions. What makes this cabin different is that it is situated at the end of a cul-de-sac, making it secluded and peaceful for guests staying here. It is also only a short drive to Cades Cove, The Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies and all of the attractions in Gatlinburg. 

 

At Alpine Mountain Chalets, we want our guests to have the best experiences possible when vacationing in the Smokies. Your next dream vacation should be in the Smokies!