Rustic Cabin on Cherokee Lake With Wheelchair Friendly

Take a look inside the rustic cabin rental located in Bean Station, Tennessee, United States. The cozy cabin can accommodate up to 2 guests with 1 bedroom and 1 bath. During your vacation stay you can experience relaxation at this vacation rental retreat with a view. This 1-bed, 1-bath cabin features excellent accessibility thanks to a ramp, wide doorways, and ample space to maneuver. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV Kick back on the private deck that offers sweeping views of the lake then grab a spot at the fire pit for some s'mores under the stars. Spend your days on the waters of Cherokee Lake or go for a day trip over to Pigeon Forge for some Smoky Mountains attractions like Dollywood and Ober Gatlinburg. The cabin is pet-friendly with lake and mountain views in this single-story home. With ample accessibility features, a rustic-yet-refined interior, and stunning views of the water, this cabin retreat is perfect for a quiet couple's getaway. The cabin has a queen size bed.

Enjoy outdoor living with the private deck with views, porch swing, patio furniture, picnic table, ramp access, shared fire pit, and charcoal grill. Inside the cabin, there is a flat-screen TV with Roku, a 2-person dining table, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, ceiling fans, floor-to-ceiling windows, and sliding barn doors. The cabin has well-equipped with cooking basics and spices, a microwave, a toaster, a drip coffee maker, and Crock-Pot. The cabin has free WiFi, complimentary toiletries, towels/linens, cleaning essentials, air conditioning, central heating, bathroom grab rails, and a shower stool. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION Pets are allowed with an additional pet fee (paid pre-trip). The driveway has parking for 2 vehicles and trailer parking.

The cabin is located in Bean Station, Tennessee, United States close to several Smoky Mountain attractions including the Crockett Tavern Museum (11.5 miles), General Longstreet Museum (15.1 miles), Dollywood (55.8 miles), Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies (61.5 miles), and Ober Gatlinburg (61.9 miles). Places to eat in the area include the El Paraiso Restaurant (7.5 miles), Green Tomato Grill (10.1 miles), Cook's Boathouse Restaurant (9.9 miles), and the Davy Crockett Restaurant (11.8 miles). Local sights include and activities include Cherokee Park (8.9 miles), hiking, boating, biking, fishing, and swimming, Panther Creek State Park (23.7 miles), and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (68.4 miles). The cabin is close to Knoxville (45.6 miles), Sevierville (49.0 miles), and Gatlinburg (63.1 miles). The Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Airport (50.2 miles), and McGhee Tyson Airport (57.8 miles).

Great Smoky Mountain National Park. You'll find ridge upon ridge of forest that straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World-renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America's most visited national park.

Hikers enjoy the Smoky Mountains during all months of the year with every season offering its special rewards. During winter, the absence of deciduous leaves opens new vistas along trails. Spring provides a weekly parade of wildflowers and flowering trees. In summer, walkers can seek out cool retreats among the spruce-fir forests. Autumn hikers have crisp, dry air to sharpen their senses and a varied palette of fall colors to enjoy.

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