The Brook 255 is a cozy cabin with 2 bedrooms, and one bath that sleeps up to 6 people. This cabin is a dream come true, during your vacation stay you can listen to the creek just outside your window flowing by. Only a 1/2 mile off Hwy 321 in Townsend, Tennessee. There is no need for a 4-wheel drive to get to this cabin, with absolutely everything you would want in a Smoky Mountain Cabin. Perfect for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. This Townsend, Tennessee cabin is on the Peaceful Side of the Smokies. It is fully equipped including a wood-burning fireplace, full kitchen, Roku TV, high-speed internet, and an indoor Jacuzzi tub. It has two bedrooms with a queen-sized bed in each bedroom, a queen-sized pullout couch in the living room, and a full bathroom. The cabin is located just 3.6 miles to the entrance to Cades Cove and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 6.3 miles to the Foothills Parkway, and 30 minutes to Pigeon Forge.
This cabin is near Cades Cove and all the other Smokies attractions. The Foothills Parkway provides beautiful scenic drives and lots of hiking options with breathtaking views of the Smokey Mountains. The cabin is close to Abrams Falls, Laurel Falls, Gregory Bald, Rich Mountain Trail, and more. Don’t forget to check out the Tuckaleechee Caverns which are only 7 minutes away. You will love being in the Smoky Mountains and how near we are to the local festivals. Townsend, Tennessee is known for its laid-back atmosphere and dazzling scenery. You can go backpacking, tubing, horseback riding, bird watching, or look for the bears and deer that abound in the Smoky Mountains. Play a round of golf at the Laurel Valley Golf Course or ride the Tail of the Dragon with its 318 turns in just 11 miles away.
Rush hour in Townsend 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 why people love this small mountain town. It’s sure to be your favorite place to stay in the Great Smoky Mountains because there are so many wonderful things to do. Townsend is close enough to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, yet perfect for escaping the crowds, listening to the chorus of tree frogs, and counting the stars at night.
During your vacation stay, you might explore the Tuckaleechee Caverns. A local newspaper editor once called 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 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.