Pigeon Forge Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, (Sleeps 2-8)
Please email owner for quotes, we don't use Homeaway/VRBO 'book it now' system at this time.
June/July/October= 4 night stay required, $165/night + 12.75% taxes + $95 cleaning fee on all stays except 6 night or 7 night stays + $39 non-refundable damage insurance waiver;
Aug/Sept/Nov/Dec 19/14= $160/night 4 & 5 night stays required for special/NO CLEANING FEE; (regular prices $165/night + 12.75% taxes + $95 CLEANING FEE + $39 Non-refundable damage insurance waiver); 6 and 7 night stays (regular prices), will receive 1 FREE night + CLEANING DISCOUNT + $39 non-refundable damage insurance waiver.
Holiday prices $190-200/night + fees apply to Thanksgiving week as well from Dec 20-Jan 2/15 which requires minimum of 4 night stay; no discounts apply to holiday seasons; prices subject to change without notice; specials not applicable for stays already reserved and only 1 discount per stay.
STOP LOOK!!! You have found your next luxury destination in the Smoky Mountains at 'Stag's Leap' spacious, clean and comfy, semi secluded & quiet and much more.
New Great room/games room, cabin now 2110 sq. ft of spacious lodge style decor, new dining room, seating for 6 year round, new internet desk, cathedral ceilings with new 2 WAY stone stacked GAS FIREPLACE between living room/great room. New screened in porch at the back of the cabin accessible from the master bedroom walk out or dining room for other guests. A new hot tub, 2 chairs and table for quiet mornings with a cup of coffee with a walk out to a new open back deck from the main floor master bedroom or dining room.
The new open back deck has a Weber commercial grill, feels like you are standing in a tree house among the trees. Very private at the back of the cabin, don't forget to feed the turkeys.
We have captured the rustic elegance of the Smokies at 'Stag's Leap', in this expanding well appointed log cabin in a unique woodlike setting back off the road. Stag's Leap is nestled in the foothills of the Smokies with good travelled roads especially for those winter month getaways and ample parking with the large circular drive. WHY STAY IN THOSE NOISY, CRAMPED HOTEL ROOMS WHEN YOU HAVE THE LUXURY OF 2100 sq. ft. ACCOMMODATIONS in this mountain gem.
Here are a few of the comments from the guests: 'WE'RE BACK, WE DIDN'T THINK THIS CABIN COULD GET ANY BETTER BUT IT HAS, AMAZING'; 'BY FAR, THE BEST CABIN WE HAVE EVER STAYED IN, COMFORTABLE AND COZY, IT FELT LIKE HOME THE MINUTE WE DROVE IN'; 'THE BEDS ARE SO COMFORTABLE & COZY, the kids slept in, we will definitely be back soon'; 'WE WERE IN HEAVEN'; 'PERSEVERANCE PAID OFF, all we can say is we LOVED IT!, LOVED IT!!, LOVED IT!!!
Hours of entertainment are available At Stag's Leap with numerous board games, puzzles. Just plug in your laptop for the FREE WIFI INTERNET. (Pool table year round and horseshoes spring to fall).
A comfortable cozy night sleep awaits you on the new king beds adorned with pillow toppers, 320 tread count luxury sheets, lodge style quilts and furnishings.
For those early risers, grab a cup of java and make your way to the large covered front porch with tennessee rockers and swings to watch Mother Nature at her best, be on the look out for the wild turkeys, they have provided hours of entertainment for us and our guests coming right up to the front porch.
Pigeon Forge and the surrounding area is centrally located, only 5 miles to the heart of the excitement.
'Stag's Leap' lives up to its end of the bargain for a cozy, quiet and relaxing stay in the picturesque mountains of Tennessee, the rest is up to you. ENJOY!!!
Keywords: Hardwood & Tile Flooring; Spacious; Mtn setting; 2 way stone stacked gas fireplace; seating area for 10 comfortably; comfy king beds; 2 sleeper sofas and more
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Low Allergen Environment
- children welcome
- limited accessibility
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Guestbook comments from the owner
I want to thank you so VERY MUCH for sharing your place with us! We saw the wild turkeys before we even pulled into the driveway!! You cabin on the outside as well the inside, other than understating just how great it is!! Thank you so much for sharing your cabin with us.
The mountains are the calming factor of our lives, both working in retail for more than 20 years, the only place my husband can relax and unwind. Fishing and mountains within 20 minutes of the cabin, his ultimate vacation spot. For me curled up on a cozy couch, hot chocolate and a good movie with the warm glow of the fireplace is just perfect. Or curled up with a warm blanket on the covered front porch watching the wild turkeys and birds come into the property, heaven, that's all I can say.
At the age of 15 years old in the family march break motor home trip, we went through Kentucky and Tennessee. I fell in love with the mountains of Tennessee, particularly the Smoky Mountains. What a trip, burned out breaks, tubing, fly fishing, scouting out the waterfalls, you name it we did it. And oh yah!! The Mills Brothers cassette tape, by the time we were home, I new all the words by memory, propably do even today, my dad was in a phase, what can I say, myself, country music, bluegrass is my nitch.
I vowed at the early age that before I retire I would have a log cabin in the mountains, so we set out on this adventure, renting for 15 years, every time a different cabin, to find the likes and dislikes of each cabin and keeping notes as to what our perfect getaway needed to have. Cozy feeling when walking in, but homey, very comfortable furniture and enough furniture to relax and settle in with a good book infront of a cozy fireplace. Decorated for the seasons, was huge for me, I always brought my christmas tree, lights, ornaments and lights for the outside of the cabin even for a weeks stay over the holidays. I did that each and every holiday we were fortunate enough to do over the years, heat up some warm apple cidar, something about the smell in a warm, cozy log cabin. So the hunt started in 1991 and finally found the perfect setting in 2005 over our fall outing to the Smokies. Tucked back of the road, the cabin spoke to me from the street, but the inside another story entirely, a gut job in the works. Thus, 6 months in the making, new lodge style decor, lighting and comfy furniture. Stag's Leap was born anew. Many, many vacationers have called Stag's Leap their home away from home, warm and inviting, and we couldn't agree more.