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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Less than 10 miles from Pigeon Forge is a cabin with amazing views of the Smoky Mountains and plenty of deck space to enjoy them from. The name of the cabin itself—The Deck House—tells you something about the outdoor fun awaiting you at this family-size cabin. With a wraparound covered deck that features a large picnic table, an outdoor hot tub, and rocking chairs, you can relax amidst the beauty of the Smokies with the ones you love on your Pigeon Forge getaway this year. The Deck House contains 4 bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms total, providing sleeping space for 13. This cabin is ideal for multiple families visiting the Smokies, because it offers not only traditional king- and queen-size beds, but also bunk beds and a sleeper. As a group, you’ll enjoy the modern design of this cabin with its high ceilings and open floorplan. There’s also an indoor jetted tub, pool table, second kitchen, and plenty of hangout space for everyone in your group.
The large living room of The Deck House will be a comfortable place to retreat during your Pigeon Forgegetaway. With high ceilings and tons of windows, this space is inviting and offers plenty of seating options for you and your guests. Enjoy 2 matching leather couches—1 full-size and 1 loveseat—as well as an upholstered recliner and a rocking chair. This room also comes with 2 coffee tables for drinks and snacks, a big screen TV mounted on the wall, and a gas fireplace with stonework all the way to the ceiling. You can relax with one of the books off the bookshelf, with a glass of wine from a Smoky Mountain winery, or in front of a cozy fire in the fireplace. If this is a family vacation, the living room is the perfect place to watch a game on football Sundays or play a game of cards on one of the coffee tables. You might also use the living room for a family gift swap if you’re planning to visit during the holiday season. While you’re in town, be sure to venture out into downtown Pigeon Forge as well, where tons of family-friendly attractions await you. Check out our Pigeon Forge entertainment page for ideas on where to take your family during your stay at The Deck House.
The Deck House actually features 2 kitchens for your convenience during your stay in Pigeon Forge. Both kitchens feature black appliances. The main-level kitchen comes with a full-size refrigerator, an oven, an electric stove, an over-the-range microwave, and a dishwasher. The lower-level kitchen comes with another full-size refrigerator and a second oven/stove. On the main level, the kitchen is nestled in the corner, but extra counter space is provided by a large island in the center of the room that can also function as a breakfast bar during mealtimes. The bar features 4 stools, and a second breakfast bar attached to the downstairs kitchen offers 2 stools for extra seating. You can use either kitchen to prepare homemade meals during your stay or to store leftovers from popular restaurants like The Old Mill Restaurant in downtown Pigeon Forge.
Beside the main-floor kitchen you’ll find a good-sized dining area for your family to use during your stay at The Deck House. This dining area features a round wooden table with 8 chairs, and extra guests are always welcome to sit at the breakfast bar in the kitchen or in the open-concept living room without feeling cut off from the group. Large windows surround the dining table inside The Deck House, providing amazing views of the Smoky Mountains during mealtime. Eating inside the cabin is a great way to save money while you’re out of town and to enjoy each other’s company in an intimate setting that you won’t find in downtown restaurants.
The Deck House features more than just a room dedicated to recreational fun—you’ll be getting nearly an entire floor! The lower level of this cabin contains a second great room with a flatscreen TV and stone fireplace. If the guys wants to watch the game while the girls chat upstairs, you can do that with the rec room inside The Deck House. This lower level is also a great hangout space for kids with its pool table and additional seating. An upholstered loveseat, dining table that can be used for board games or a card tournament, and 2 leather chairs provide the space you need for guests to spread out and have a great time during your visit to Pigeon Forge.
Versatile living and sleeping spaces are one of the best features of The Deck House. With 4 bedrooms and 4 ½ bathrooms, you’ll have enough space for 13 guests total. But the sleeping space provides plenty of options depending on the breakdown of your group. There are 2 king-size beds, 1 queen-size bed, and a sleeper for couples in your group. For kids and single adults, there is also a twin-over-full bunk and another twin bunk. Everyone will enjoy homey features in their rooms like ceiling fans, reading lamps, and log-style furniture. There are also several rooms with large windows, and 1 bathroom features an indoor jetted tub for extra R&R during your stay.
It’s all in the name at The Deck House, where amazing views and outdoor deck space are second to none. The Deck House features sweeping views of the Smoky Mountains from its wraparound covered deck. On the deck, enjoy a charcoal grill, rocking chairs, a covered picnic table with 4 benches, and an outdoor hot tub. You’ll have plenty of space whether you want to relax with the gang or host a family cookout. This cabin also features a flat, paved driveway, which makes it easy to get in and out of the cabin when you’re ready to adventure in downtown Pigeon Forge. Be sure to visit the Titanic Museum with your family or spend the day at Dollywood. There’s plenty of indoor and outdoor fun waiting for you in the Smokies!
To add even more entertainment options to your stay at The Deck House, enjoy a game of corn hole on the deck, a favorite DVD or VHS tape inside, and a game of checkers upstairs. There are also board games inside this cabin that are available for you and your family to use during your stay. A game of pool or a game of Monopoly with the kids is a great way to pass the time on a rainy day or just enjoy some downtime together inside your Pigeon Forge cabin.
The Deck House is located less than 10 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge. While there is plenty to do inside this cabin, you should also plan to explore the events and attractions of downtown during your stay. Some family-friendly attractions nearby include:
Boys and girls of all ages will enjoy a day of fun at Pigeon Forge’s NASCAR SpeedPark. This attraction features go karts, mini golf, family rides, a rock climbing wall, a Kids' Zone, and more.
Bring your family for a night you’ll always remember at the Dixie Stampede. This dinner show is one of the most popular in the Smokies with a variety of good food and hoof-pounding entertainment!
Pigeon Forge Gem Mine
For a unique Smoky Mountain experience with the gang, head to Pigeon Forge Gem Mine, where you can mine for your own treasures and even have them polished and mounted before you go home.
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