Check Out These Cabins in Tennessee for Your First Vacation of 2019

Take advantage of lower prices in the year’s early months and plan your first trip of the new year to the Smoky Mountains. Few cabins in Tennessee can boast the views, luxuries, or accessibility of these cabins in the Smokies. Just want to relax? Throw a log on fire or forget the daily grind in the hot tub. Have kids to keep busy? Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have a myriad of activities. And, don’t forget the national park, with wintry views worth the trip alone. Cabins in the Smokies come in all shapes and sizes; here are a few to pique your imagination.

Forget the Daily Grind in Cabins in Tennessee

Drink in the wooded views of the Smoky Mountains from Eagle Feather, a spacious two-bedroom log cabin with a two-sided wrap-around porch. Sit in the rocking chairs with your morning coffee and a book or turn on the hot tub as you soak in the fresh mountain air. With two king beds and a sleeper sofa, this makes for a great spot for two families to vacation together. There is plenty of space for everyone, an air hockey table on the porch, plus three televisions.

Relax in front of the wide stone hearth as you stoke the embers of Three Bears’ wood-burning fireplace. This three-bedroom cabin can sleep up to eight and has two bedrooms, one of which has its own pool table. Turn on the bubbles in the hot tub on the back deck and let the water massage your muscles or curl up in a rocking chair on the front porch as you enjoy a slower pace.

Larger Cabins in the Smokies Are Great for Reunions

Up to 10 of your family members or friends can enjoy the deceptively large Don’t Fence Me In, which has four bedrooms across its two levels. Save money on a large group vacation by using the full kitchen and grill to prepare a hearty breakfast, snacks, a picnic, or family dinner.

Go for a morning run or stretch your legs on the resort’s trails, which take in a waterfall and mountain stream. This cabin features three master suites with king beds and a queen bedroom, while the game room has a sofa bed and its own private porch. There is plenty of room for everyone on the main deck, as well.

One of the larger cabins in the Smokies, the stunning Horse N Around can accommodate up to 14 people comfortably. Many cabins in Tennessee have a game room, but this cabin has a handsome full-sized pool table and a huge flat-screen television, plus a standalone arcade system. Five bedrooms and four bathrooms, to say nothing of the four separate deck areas, make for a surprising amount of space.

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