Pigeon Forge Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms, 2.0 Baths, (Sleeps 8)
Enjoy a Relaxing Cabin getaway in the Heart of the Smoky Mountains! .
Cajun Cabin is a beautifully decorated cabin located in the new Mountain Brook development of Wears Valley. Take a walk in the lovely community, swing on the front porch or relax in the hot tub with your significant other. Hop in the car and you are minutes to shopping, entertainment, and restaurants.
Our cabin is brand new with two master bedrooms, each with king-size beds and baths with jetted tubs. Each bedroom master bedroom has its own flat screen TV. Upstairs there is another bedroom with a queen-size bed and bunk beds. All of the bedrooms have lovely quilts with high quality linens. There is also a separate loft area with plenty of games to play. You'll enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances and an open floor plan. The living room has a gorgeous rock fireplace with huge flat screen TV and all leather furnishings.
Access to the cabin is very easy. Please be advised though that the driveway, although short, is steep.
Located only minutes away in Pigeon Forge -no steep or windy roads. The only thing that's missing is you!
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Guestbook comments from the manager
The cabin was beautiful. It is very clean and well stocked. We were close to town which is what we needed for this trip.
Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains
Visit Beautiful Townsend TN. In the heart of the Smokey Mountains, this community has it all. River Tubing, Trail Rides, Zip Lines, Fall Colors, Arts and Crafts, and on and on and on!
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park (GSMNP) is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States. The Park is renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and rich Southern Appalachian mountain culture.The Park includes over 500,000 acres with 800 miles of hiking trails, 10 campgrounds, 1,500 types of plants. The Smoky Mountains border the states of Tennessee and North Carolina and include ninety seven historic structures, including grist mills, churches, schools, barns, and the homes of early settlers, that help to preserve the Southern Appalachian mountain heritage in the park.