Peek Inside This Amazing Cozy Cabin in Tennessee

You'll want to take a look inside this cabin rental located in Townsend, Tennessee, United States. The wood cabin can accommodate up to 6 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 2 baths. The Cozy Cabin is located in Townsend Tennesee, the peaceful side of the Smokies. This is a tranquil place to unwind, but still a close drive to everything. The cabin is only 4 miles from the Townsend city center, 25 minutes to Cades Cove, and 35 minutes to Pigeon Forge. This is where you want to visit to get away from the hustle of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg but still be close enough to make the drive for a day. The cabin is very close to Tuckaleechee Caverns and Davy Crockett Riding Stables also. The cabin is in a very peaceful, country setting. A few cabins around the property are spaced out enough to have all the privacy you want.

Townsend, Tennessee is a place where rush hour means innertubes getting stuck on the Little River. That’s about the most crowded you'll ever see, outside of the occasional festival, and that’s what people love most about this small mountain town. Once you visit it is sure to be your favorite place to stay in the Great Smoky Mountains because there are so many wonderful things to do in the town. The local tourists describe the town as The Peaceful Side of the Smokies and nothing could be further from the truth. 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, count the stars at night, and listen to the chorus of tree frogs. The following are just a couple of things to do during your vacation stay.

Visit the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center. The Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center hides one of the best attractions in Townsend. The museum’s Main Gallery is where you'll find the Native Americans of East Tennessee Collection, an assortment of historical artifacts from the bands of Native Americans who once called the area home. The artifacts are displayed in well-lit exhibit cases and include interpretive information for the history buff. But the best attraction at the museum is hidden behind and obscured from sight. The Historic Village is a collection of thirteen historical buildings from the Northeast Tennessee region relocated to the museum. The buildings are open for visitors to explore and furnished according to the time the structure was built.

Tuckaleechee Caverns. A local newspaper editor once called the Tuckaleechee Caverns the Greatest Sight Under the Smokies. The privately-owned attraction is run by the second generation of the family who opened it in the 1950s. Today, it’s one of the best caverns open to the public in Tennessee and a must-see attraction in the Great Smoky Mountains. Guided tours take about an hour to explore the 1.25-mile out-and-back route through the caverns. Visitors to the caverns are treated to the gargantuan Big Room which is big enough to hold a football field and one of the tallest underground waterfalls in the country.

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