A romantic getaway, perfect for couples who want a peaceful, natural setting with easy access to Gatlinburg and the Smokies.
This small condo development is nestled comfortably into the hills above Gatlinburg, just off Ski Mountain Road. It's a development that's never forgotten the magic of the Smokies. You'll enjoy the sounds and view of the babbling stream from your balcony overlook as you start and end your day, and visitors often enjoy seeing chipmunks or raccoons at play. It's a quiet escape, but not hard to reachâ€”you can enjoy dinner downtown, then relax in your private Jacuzzi tub moments later or splash around in the heated outdoor pool during the summer.
The living area has a sleeper sofa, 42" flat-screen cable TV w/DVD, a wood-burning fireplace, and stereo CD player. You'll also enjoy one of our most unique features, an open-area Jacuzzi tub!
The master bedroom has a king sized bed and you can enjoy internet access as this condo is equipped with wifi.
The full kitchen allows you the chance to stay in for the evening if you choose, and the dining area has seating for four.
At Village Stream, you'll be only a mile and a half up Ski Mountain Road from the excitement of Gatlinburg. It's only a mile and a half further up Ski Mountain Road to Ober Gatlinburg, and you're a couple of miles to the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and 2.9 miles to the Ripley's Aquarium. Book your getaway to Village Stream today!
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.