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Talley Ho Inn: Great Location, with lots of space

While, the room was simple, it was just outside the park and near the restaurants and raft rentals. There were larger and nicer rooms to the back, but we were happy where we were, up front. Microwave, coffee maker, and a small kitchen.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Related to: Road Trip, National/State Park, Water Sports
  • Written October 21, 2010
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"Bear"ly Rustic Cabin Rentals: Largest selection of cabins!

This company has Townsend's largest selection of cabins. There is a reason they are called "bear"ly rustic. With fully equipped kitchens, hot tubs, jacuzzi's, pool tables, and fireplaces, you won't be roughing it! There are cabins small enough for two or big enough for 25! All are different and in different settings. The website has photos, amenities, and prices!

We stayed in the "Hen House", a spacious 2 bed 2 bath with laundry facilities, hot tub, pool table, covered porch, charcoal grill, full kitchen, and wood burning fireplace. The setting is a dry valley with a wonderful view! This cabin can comfortably accomodate 8 people. October is the high season price of $109 USD per night. Comparable cabins in Gatlinburg are $30 more per night!

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: National/State Park, Adventure Travel, Family Travel
  • Written October 18, 2005
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  • Reviews: 20

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Mountain Adventure Cabin: Nice Cabin away from the crowds

Nice Cabin Rental very close to Cades Cove in the Smoky Mountains. Its a short drive to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, but you are away from the tourists and in the middle of the Smokies and all the scenery that makes this a great destination. $125 per night is not bad at all with the amenities and space this cabin gives you. The furniture is also nice and comfortable inside. You may not want to leave. The only problem with this place is the very steep cement driveway which is also hard to find on your way in and the amount of stairs located in the cabin. It could be very challenging for those who have difficulties climbing stairs both inside and out. This cabin is perched on the mountain side.

It offers 4 bedrooms,(2 queens, 1 full, bunk beds) also a futon in the Game Room. 2 baths, Game Room with foosball & air hockey, Living Room, Den, Full Kitchen, Large Deck with 6 man hot tub, and a gas grill.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Related to: Family Travel, National/State Park, Hiking and Walking
  • Written June 11, 2004
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smoky mountain cabin

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  • Reviews: 32

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Sunset Ridge Cabins: 3 cabin sizes & 1 big hill

Hubby & I spent our 1st & 2nd honeymoon in Mountain Memories, the company's 1 room cabin. Beautiful cherry woodwork throughout. Indoor jacuzzi. :)
Unlike a B&B, we registered, used the 4-wheel drive to reach the cabin & never saw the staff until we wanted to see them.
March is considered their off-season due to unpredictable rain.

Quiet. Good views. Rocking chairs. Indoor jacuzzi. Perfect location to hit Cades Cove, Smokies, Pigeon Forge, knife museum & outlets during a short visit.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Romantic Travel and Honeymoons, National/State Park
  • Written March 11, 2004

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  • Reviews: 8

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Hideaway Cottages and Log Cabins: The best cottages and log cabins in Townsend

Let me state up front that my family owns Hideaway Cottages, so of course, I'm biased. Nevertheless, Hideaway Cottages has been in business for 25 years now--longer than any other cabin rental business in Townsend--and enjoys a repeat/referral business of almost 50 percent.

Hideaway Cottages offers secluded vacation rentals off the beaten path in Townsend, 3 miles from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and minutes from Cades Cove, Gatlinburg, and Pigeon Forge. These cabins and cottages are tastefully furnished homes—not stripped-down rental units—on 30+ wooded acres and creek.

Enjoy fireplaces, hot tubs and jacuzzis, fully-equipped kitchens, decks and porches, mountain views, antiques, and amenities for the discerning traveler. Our guests are surprised to find the many extras that make these cottages truly feel like a home away from home.

Pets welcome. Available year-round.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Related to: Travel with Pets, National/State Park
  • Written February 6, 2004
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3-bedroom chalet with mountain views

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