The Rippling Waters Retreat is a riverfront rustic cabin rental in Townsend, Tennessee. This cabin places you within a mile of River Rage Go-Kart Track and The Little River Railroad and Lumber Company Museum. The log cabin includes a kitchen, a fireplace, and a patio. The cabin is air-conditioned and features a kitchen, 2 bathrooms, and a patio, and there's space to spread out with 3 bedrooms. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and a Smart TV with a DVD player. Other standard amenities at the cabin include a fireplace, a sofa bed, and a coffee maker. Guests have access to barbecue grills and a garden. This cozy, rustic cabin is nestled on the bank of the scenic Little River in quaint Townsend, Tennesee. The cabin is just a short drive from Pigeon Forge, Cades Cove, and other attractions, the cabin combines the feeling of solemn remoteness with the convenience of local walking-distance amenities, including a grocery store, gas station, and restaurants.
The cabin is family-friendly and welcomes you to make a tradition out of bringing your family to Townsend each year, just like the owners did with their families when they were children. This is a rustic cabin situated directly on a river, backed up by woods. Though the property does maintain pest control and pest prevention services on the vacation property, it is impossible to guarantee that guests will have a pest-free experience (e.g. fireflies, flying bugs, crawling bugs, other insects, squirrels, etc.), while also maintaining a rustic look and experience to the property. Though the vast majority of guests have never reported pests, all guests are required to be aware they are booking a rustic experience, including all the natural elements found in nature.
Given the rustic nature of the cabin and the experience, the majority of guests expect, all guests are required to be aware they are booking a rustic experience, including all the natural elements found in nature. Rippling Waters Retreat is situated directly on the Little River in Townsend, Tennessee right in the heart of Townsend. The cabin has a secluded feel, though it is less than a mile from restaurants, attractions, a gas station, a convenience store, a supermarket, and more. The cabin shares many acres of land and river frontage with other cabins. Free parking is provided at the retreat, making getting around Townsend easy.
Townsend, Tennessee is often called the Peaceful Side of the Smokies, and it's easy to see why, as it is away from the hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg and the overcrowded shopping centers of Pigeon Forge. Townsend is where people go to escape the crowds, listen to the chorus of tree frogs, and count the stars at night. Cades Cove is just one of the places you might visit during your vacation stay in Townsend. It’s only a twenty-minute drive to the entrance sign and is rarely congested with traffic. The 11-mile Cades Cove Loop Road takes about an hour to drive straight through, but you won’t do that because you’ll make at least one stop along the way. You'll find historic homes, hiking trails, scenic views, hidden waterfalls, and an abundance of wildlife make which makes Cades Cove one of the most popular sections of the national park.
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