You'll fall in love with this charming mountain cabin retreat located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States. The cozy cabin is just 20 minutes from downtown Chattanooga and is surrounded by woodlands. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy hiking trails, swimming holes, and waterfalls. You can end the day in the mountains gazing at the stars from the spa or gathered around the fire roasting marshmallows. This adorable cabin building sleeps 6 comfortably and provides a full kitchen, sleeping quarters separated by barn doors for the kids, and a private backyard with a patio and grill for your enjoyment. During your stay, the following will be provided to include linens and towels, a coffee maker and a starter supply of coffee, a starter supply of trash bags, toilet paper, and paper towels.
The cabin building has a stove/oven, microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher, fully stocked kitchen for cooking, eating, entertaining, and so much more. No pets or smoking are allowed. You'll want to note that the wood cabin is located in a quiet residential area. Quiet time at this cabin is 10 pm out of respect for neighbors. This is a great getaway for nature lovers as it is a short drive to Prentice Cooper WMA. There are a multitude of trails and rock bluffs to explore as well as a river on either side of the mountain. The best way to get around is by car or truck. The cabin is about a 15-minute drive to any conveniences. You could also bring your bicycles and join in on Ironman or the Three States Three Mountains ride.
Chattanooga has been named one of the top places to visit in the United States, and for good reason. The southern city in Tennessee mixes both outdoor adventures with laid-back charm so that all of your traveling companions can find something that suits their tastes. During your vacation stay, you can enjoy the riverfront, mountains, history, restaurants, arts and so much more to explore. The following are just a couple of the things to do in Chattanooga.
Ride the River. It’s hard to visit Chattanooga and not get on the river. It accounts for so much of the city’s character and gorgeous scenery. There are plenty of options for you to choose from, though, when it comes to how you see the Tennessee River Gorge. You can easily charter a yacht, rent a party boat (which is a very small boat powered by the sun and pedals, and you and your dozen or so friends are encouraged to come out, drink and pedal all at the same time), take a tour on a speed boat, go rafting, and more.
Take a Ghost Tour with Chattanooga Ghost Tours. The tours have been named one of the Top 10 ghost tours in the United States. They claim that you’ll get to talk to and see ghosts and spirits while on the tour, nightly, in the downtown area of the city. In addition to the downtown tour (which is open to both adults and kids), other tours take you to a haunted cemetery and tavern.
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