Take a look inside the Cattail Cottage located in Wears Valley, Tennessee just outside of Pigeon Forge. The 400-square-foot tiny home can accommodate up to 4 people with one bedroom and one full bathroom. The Cattail Cottage tiny home may be only 400 square feet but it packs all the amenities that you need for your vacation stay in the Smoky Mountains. This tiny home has a small fire ring outside with a park grill and a picnic table so you can enjoy the outdoors. You can also relax on the deck and listen to the frogs in the nearby creek.
As you go inside the tiny home to the left of the front door there is wrap-around seating with a dining table. The TV is located above the table. The couch and coffee table is to the right of the door. Walking straight into the tiny home is the kitchen that is fully stocked with all items to eat in if you so desire. There is a hall closet to hang clothing or to store away your luggage. The bathroom has a shower tub combo. The bedroom has a queen-sized bed and more storage. In the living room take the stairs up to a loft where there is also a king mattress and TV (the overall headroom is 3 feet) it would be an ideal spot for young children or your teenagers. At the top of the stairs on the left is a small storage area for the loft area.
Amenities at the tiny home include an Xfinity game table, one queen-sized bed in the bedroom, one king-sized bed in the loft area, a shower tub combo, iron, 3 TVs (living room, bedroom, and loft), park grill, fire ring, picnic table, wifi, Direct TV, heating and air conditioning, city water, washer, and dryer.
Pigeon Forge is situated in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, it is a small town that is quickly becoming one of Tennessee’s most exciting tourist destinations. This Southern city is full of activities for people of all ages and interests whether you are a seasoned hiker, adventure junkie, history buff, or theme park enthusiast, there’s something for every traveler. The following are a few of the activities you might try during your Pigeon Forge vacation.
Jeep Tour Through the Smoky Mountains. Go for a ride through the rocky terrain on the western edge of the Great Smoky Mountains in the back of an open-air jeep, one of the best outdoor experiences to do in Pigeon Forge. The 6-mile roaring fork loop drives through some of the most untouched areas of the wilderness highlighted by a fast-moving stream.
Titanic Museum. The museum replicates the shape of the ill-fated RMS Titanic and houses 400 pre-discovery artifacts spread across 20 dramatically-lit galleries. Not just a visual experience, guests can also touch a growing iceberg, test out the lifeboats, play the century-old grand piano, and experience what swimming would have been like in 28-degree-Fahrenheit water felt like on that fateful 1912 day.
WonderWorks. This is a popular family-friendly attraction that is home to six so-called Wonder Zones including the Extreme Weather, Physical Challenge, Space Discovery, Imagination Lab, Light and Sound, and Wonder Art.