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On the site of the former Aaron’s Nest – rebuilt after the Gatlinburg fires – Swept Away is a beautiful NEW cabin with gorgeous interiors, lots of modern amenities, the conveniences of home, and views that stretch over the Great Smoky Mountains and out to the glittering city lights of Pigeon Forge. It’s a wonderful blend of elegance, warmth, and classic cabin features – including the 12-inch round logs that adorn the outside of the home.
The 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin for 2 was made for romantic, relaxing, and fun weekends in the Great Smoky Mountains. Days here are spent playing pool and arcade games, sipping coffee at the outdoor dining table – looking out at the mountains – unwinding in the hot tub on the deck, relaxing in front of the fireplace and big screen TV, and making delicious meals in the fully equipped kitchen before sitting down at the intimate dining table.
Swept Away has comfortable furnishings, plenty of space for 2, and amenities to keep you entertained and relaxed. You could spend an entire weekend cozying up here. But if you do want to get out, downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are nearby. Gatlinburg is less than 5 miles from the cabin, and neighboring Pigeon Forge is under 7 miles away. It won’t take long to be in the middle of it all, where you can shop, dine, and play.
The Smokies has it all, whether you want a romantic, laid-back getaway or a fast-paced vacation. Shop at the Tanger Outlets, have a hearty Southern meal at Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant, play at Dollywood, take a scenic helicopter tour, catch a dinner show, grab some fudge or chocolate-dipped strawberries, ski at Ober Gatlinburg, or stroll around at The Island in Pigeon Forge (you can see the wheel from the cabin).
After days of strolling along the Parkway, the cozy and charming living room of Swept Away will be a welcome retreat. Curl up on the Ashley Furniture sofa – a luxury style of the Claremore Collection – with comfortable high-density foam-core cushions and a soft fabric. You can cozy up with a good book, have a game night, or have a movie night in the living room that boasts a 9-foot-tall by 12-foot-wide custom-designed stacked stone gas fireplace. The rustic mantel is a showpiece of its own, a sanded and stained log that holds the big screen TV.
If you’re here to just unwind, soak in the views through the windows along the front of the living room. Or you can flip on the 70-inch 4K Ultra HDR Vizio (2160p, 120 Hz LED). Movie night is elevated here, with a smart home theater display with Chromecast built in! It’s great for streaming the ball game, movie marathons, or just watching some late-night shows after a long day in town.
The fully equipped kitchen of Swept Away is a beautiful blend of form and function. All the essentials are here – pots and pans, dishes and glassware, utensils, full-size appliances – paired perfectly with high-end finishes. Burnished cherry cabinets with soft-close drawers are topped with high-end granite countertops and a rustic copper Sinkology farmhouse apron-front sink. Upgraded stainless steel appliances include a double-door refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, and stove, ensuring you have what you need to make homemade meals in the cabin. The breakfast bar also features 2 leather bar stools where you can have a cup of coffee in the morning or chat while you get meals ready.
With such a well-equipped kitchen in the cabin, a great dining space is a must. Sit down for peaceful meals in the comfort of your own cabin in the dining room of Swept Away. A dark wood table with seating for 4 sits beneath a romantic chandelier, with a soft rug underfoot. Have a candlelit dinner or invite a couple friends for an intimate dinner party – with mountain views through the windows. In its own alcove, it’s a lovely spot for a quiet meal.
The master bedroom in Swept Away is a retreat within a retreat, with an elegant Ledell bedroom suit that features a king-size bed, granite-style-topped nightstands, and a large dresser. The king-size mattress is a signature plush Ashley Special addition mattress, and windows along the back wall frame mountain and wooded views. Love sleeping in? Close the blinds and pull the curtains closed and just melt back into the bed.
In the bathroom, a vessel-style sink with a granite top and a stone-surround jetted tub give it a spa-like feel. The custom-designed walk-in shower is beautifully tiled and has a large glass door and built-in shower seat. For extra privacy, there is also a separate toilet closet.
Loft | Game Room
The spacious game room in the loft of Swept Away offers a place to play and hang out when you don’t want to leave the cabin. A pool table sits in the center of the room, so you can shoot around while enjoying wooded views. The loft also features a 2-person arcade table with 2 cushioned chairs – perfect for challenging each other to some games.
Swept Away features a lovely deck, boasting views that span all the way to Pigeon Forge. At night, you can see the lights of the city and the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel – and maybe even Dollywood’s fireworks! On the deck, enjoy a cup of coffee at the table for 2 in the mornings. At night, enjoy a glass of wine or some local moonshine or climb into the hot tub and soothe tired muscles. It’s a great place to rejuvenate and reconnect.
This cabin was made for peaceful getaways, tucked among the trees in the Great Smoky Mountains. Inside, it’s outfitted with lots of conveniences. It features a DVD player and VCR, an iron and ironing board, a charcoal grill for cookouts on nice nights, and a washer/dryer. It’s a space that makes you feel at home while reminding you that you’re away from it all.
Just a few miles from downtown Gatlinburg and downtown Pigeon Forge, Swept Away is near the attractions, restaurants, shows, and shops. You can have a nice night out with dinner and a show or spend the day shopping and playing. Not far from the cabin, check out:
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Boasting 800+ miles of trails, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park features lots of opportunities for hiking, biking, horseback riding, fishing, picnicking, and exploring.
The Island in Pigeon Forge is a one-stop shop for a couple’s day out. Work together at The Escape Game, take a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, sample moonshine at Ole Smoky Moonshine, shop at boutiques, or grab a bite to eat before exploring some more.
Blend dinner and a show at Dixie Stampede, for a 4-course dinner and an impressive show of music, lights, horses, and more! It’s a fun night in downtown Pigeon Forge, with Dolly Parton’s special touches in each show.
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