You'll want to take a closer look at this Sevierville, Tennessee, log cabin with views of the Smoky Mountains. The rustic and cozy log cabin building can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire wood cabin to yourself. The Sevierville wood cabin is self-check-in with a keypad. The Fat Bottomed Squirrels wood cabin is located near the top of Bluff Mountain, making this a quiet, treasured getaway. The cabin retreat is perfect for a honeymoon or romantic getaway.
During your vacation stay you'll enjoy the magnificent mountain views without ever having to leave your Smoky Mountain log cabin. The Fat Bottomed Squirrels is a 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a studio-style wood cabin that is located about 5 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge. You'll love the scenic views from this intimate wood cabin. The log cabin building is a studio wood cabin with a Great Smoky Mountain view. You'll enjoy the covered deck, hot tub, and charcoal grill. Inside the wood cabin is a massive, hand-crafted queen-sized log bed. The wood cabin has a fully stocked kitchen with a dishwasher, microwave, and a Keuring coffee make.
The wood cabin features a nice open floor plan with a flat-screen HDTV with cable, DVD player and Netflix, an electric fireplace, and all the linens are supplied. The wood cabin has running water, central air/heat, and high-speed wifi internet. During your Sevierville, Tennessee vacation stay you can enjoy the convenience to area attractions to include Dollywood, the Dixie Stampede, and The Christmas Place. You'll want to note that the road up to the log cabin is very steep. The access road to this log cabin is paved but does have a steep incline, and at times the road narrows to one lane. The owners can make it up the road in a Prius with no problem.
This log cabin is not for the less adventurous type. If you prefer flat roads this is not the log cabin building for you. If you want to be near the park with a breathtaking view and hiking nearby, then look no further. Motorcycles and trailers at the wood cabin are not recommended. A 4-wheel drive vehicle is recommended for adverse winter conditions. There are no refunds for weather or driving issues. There is a floodlight camera on the exterior of the log cabin to monitor the entryway, it lights the walkway for guests, captures video of any wildlife that wanders near the wood cabin, and helps with weather monitoring and occupancy compliance.
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