K - King Q - Queen F - Full T - Twin B-Q — Queen over Queen Bunk B-FF — Full over Full Bunk B-TQ — Twin over Queen Bunk B-TF — Twin over Full Bunk B-TT — Twin over Twin Bunk B-TTT — Triple Twin Bunk TR — Trundle Day — Daybed SS - Sleeper Sofa SS-Q - Queen Sleeper Sofa SS-T — Twin Sleeper Sofa FN — Futon
Great for a romantic and relaxing couple’s getaway or a fun family vacation, this two bedroom mountain rental boasts cozy interiors, wooded views, and some great amenities. And with a location less than five miles from downtown Gatlinburg, Bonnie and Clyde is convenient to all the shops, restaurants, and attractions in the area.
Located just 3.1 miles from downtown Gatlinburg, TN, Bonnie and Clyde is a two bedroom, two bathroom mountain rental with room to sleep up to six guests. Just a short drive will place you in the middle of the hustle and bustle of downtown Gatlinburg. After a long day in town, head back to Bonnie and Clyde for some rest and relaxation. Each of the bedrooms in Bonnie and Clyde features a king size bed, bedside lamps, a TV, and enough space to spread out and unwind. The upstairs bedroom has its own bathroom with access to an open air balcony and a deck. The Jacuzzi tub is perfect for a romantic, relaxing soak.
Let Bonnie and Clyde sweep you off your feet in the Great Smoky Mountains! Great for romantic couples’ getaways or fun family vacations, this 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom cabin for 6 in Chalet Village Resort provides all the comforts of home, cozy interiors, wooded views, plus extra amenities to elevate your unforgettable stay. And with a location less than 4 miles from the heart of downtown Gatlinburg, Tennessee, this cabin rental is convenient to all the shops, restaurants, and attractions in the area.
After a long day exploring the nearby national park, head back to Bonnie and Clyde for some good ole rest and relaxation. Whip up a batch of cocoa in the fully equipped kitchen, light a toasty fire in the stone fireplace, and host movie night on the flatscreen TV. Then, take a soothing dip in the outdoor hot tub under the stars, break out a bottle of champagne, bathe in the indoor jetted tub, and slip into one of 2 king-size beds for pleasant dreams and sweet sleep. What more could you want?
Living Room Inside the inviting living room at Bonnie and Clyde, a plush futon and 2 recliners await to provide comfort while you rest from your travels, chat with friends about evening plans, or settle in for a feature film on the flatscreen TV. Simply pop in your favorite DVD, press play, and presto — let movie night begin! The coffee table is great for card or board games, while the PlayStation 2 console is perfect for classic video gaming. There’s even a CD player for slow dancing with your spouse or putting on cheerful tunes for the kiddos. Last but certainly not least, the stacked-stone gas fireplace acts as the focal point of the room, offering a cozy atmosphere year-round and adding warmth to the space in cooler months.
Kitchen In the fully equipped kitchen at Bonnie and Clyde, you’ll find all the appliances, cookware, dishware, and more needed for making and serving meals and snacks at the cabin. Stop by the store or farmers market on your way into town and stock the fridge and cabinets with your favorite foods. This galley-style kitchen features an oven, dishwasher, microwave, coffee maker, blender, toaster, stainless-steel double sink, and an open breakfast bar for 2.
Dining Room With an open-concept dining area for 4, guests can easily watch shows in the living room while they dine. Better yet, unplug from electronics, admire the tree-studded views through nearby windows, and spend quality time with family and friends. Between mealtimes, use this space to check emails, plan outdoor activities, or color with the kids.
Bedrooms Each of the 2 bedrooms at this mountain home features a king-size bed, flatscreen TV, bedside lamps, enough space to spread out and unwind, and a convenient bathroom just down the hall. The upstairs bedroom also harbors a cozy love seat, ceiling fan, and easy access to the loft’s indoor jetted tub, essential for spa time. For extra sleeping space, don’t forget the bonus futon in the living room, meaning up to 6 guests can sleep comfortably at Bonnie and Clyde.
Outdoor Spaces Outside, multiple decks offer plenty of room for everyone to take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the Great Smoky Mountains. Sip morning coffee in the rocking chairs with sunrise hues lighting the woodsy views, enjoy meals at the breakfast table on a nice day, and unwind anytime with a soak in the outdoor hot tub. There’s even a charcoal grill for fun cookouts — juicy burgers, succulent steaks, and grilled veggies are always close at hand at Bonnie and Clyde! And although the roads are curvy and steep, the driveway and parking area for 4 is completely paved.
Other Amenities When you stay at Bonnie and Clyde, you’ll have free access not only to high-speed wireless internet, a washer and dryer, and a VCR but also Chalet Village Resort’s community swimming pool! Before heading to town, check for local events online. Keep up with laundry throughout your stay so you don’t have to fret when you return home. Bring classic videos and relive precious moments on the living room’s flatscreen TV. And in warmer months, splash, sunbathe, and play all day at the outdoor pool!
Within 4 miles of Bonnie and Clyde are two of Gatlinburg’s most popular and time-tested attractions: Ober Gatlinburg and Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. Along the Parkway, find laser tag, miniature golf, go karts, dinner shows, dozens of restaurants, local shops, and national stores. Nearby Pigeon Forge is home to Dollywood, where both kids and adults can spend the day playing and watching shows. Of course, you’ll want to spend a day in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park — the most visited national park in the United States! With more than 800 miles of trails to explore, there is truly something for everyone. Try hiking, fishing, biking, picnicking, horseback riding, driving the Cades Cove loop, wildlife watching, and sightseeing.
Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area and Amusement Park Take the Aerial Tramway to Ober Gatlinburg, where you’ll find a year-round ice-skating rink, the Ski Mountain Coaster, ice bumper cars, a wildlife encounter, seasonal snowboarding, shops, and more!
Crockett’s Breakfast Camp Dine like a frontiersman with period décor and hearty dishes, like Cousin Dave’s Iron Horse Omelet or Grandma Hattie’s French Toast, at Crockett’s Breakfast Camp.
Hollywood Star Cars Museum Zoom to the Hollywood Star Cars Museum and see classic vehicles from famed films, like The Fast and the Furious, Gone in 60 Seconds, and Back to the Future.
**Community pool access is provided and managed through a third party company. Cabins For You is not responsible for maintenance or pool closures. The pool is typically open Memorial Day through Labor Day.
"We rented Bonnie and Clyde for 4 nights. It was exactly as advertised and looked exactly like the photos presented. The cabin was very clean and equipped with everything we needed. The road from downtown up to the cabin is a winding, narrow road. I would not advise anyone to arrive after dark if this is your first time to the cabin. Driving up would be difficult if there is ice or snow. You would need a good four-wheel drive. The cabin is private, even though there are other cabins…"
"We rented Bonnie and Clyde for 4 nights. It was exactly as advertised and looked exactly like the photos presented. The cabin was very clean and equipped with everything we needed. The road from downtown up to the cabin is a winding, narrow road. I would not advise anyone to arrive after dark if this is your first time to the cabin. Driving up would be difficult if there is ice or snow. You would need a good four-wheel drive. The cabin is private, even though there are other cabins close by. There is a large flat screen TV in each bedroom and in the living room with cable. The Wi-Fi worked great, so although we could not get a cell signal we had Wi-Fi, so it wasn't an issue. There is also a phone in the cabin. We did use the hot tub, and it worked perfectly. The cabin also has a washer/dryer so we could leave with clean clothes instead of having laundry to do when we got home. It is a short drive into downtown. The cabin is about 3 miles from traffic light #10, so it's a great location. This was our first time renting a cabin in Gatlinburg, and we can't wait to return. We will rent this again."
"One step away from the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Very nice cabin, clean, well kept, almost everything needed for a wonderful stay. Bring your own shampoo, conditioner and bathing soap. The road to get to the cabin was under construction, driving through a very narrow detour can be tricky. But, it is well worth it."
"We had a great stay at this Cabin - out of the way of the hustle and bustle of Gatlinburg!"
"Beautiful area. Off the beaten path enough to avoid the “touristy” areas, but close enough to get there easily. Very peaceful and relaxing. The Bonnie & Clyde Cabin has everything you could ask for. The roads to the cabin are winding and steep, plan accordingly. Strongly encourage everyone to check this place out!"
"We arrived in the 2nd week of October and had an absolutely wonderful stay! Everything in the description and pictures were 100% accurate! We even saw a total of 8 bears, all within a few minutes drive to our cabin! Even so, we felt incredibly safe & able to enjoy our time. The place was clean and had all the necessities we needed - towels, wifi, cooking utensils, hot tub, TV/cable, etc. It was sooo peaceful! We were able to catch a $25 taxi (one way) into downtown Gatlinburg and then a quick drive back to our cabin allowed us to enjoy the peace & quiet. I would highly recommend this cabin company as they were efficient and thorough in making sure we had everything we needed for access in a timely manner. Plus, the price you pay is equal to a nice hotel/AirBnB but THIS IS THE GREAT SMOKIES - the cabin experience is unlike any other. We cannot wait to come back soon!! Thank you!"
"Great two bedroom / 2 bath cabin. Good layout with some privacy. Minutes to town. Steep roads up the mountain."
"Got to the cabin, and it was nice, and clean, with lot of room, all of the comfort of home. Really enjoyed my stay, my only problem was I didn't get to stay in as long as I would have liked, for all the activities I had planned. Wish I could have gone up a day earlier, but I had already made arrangements with the car rental, and couldn't change it. The weather was beautiful, and we got to see a black bear with 4 cubs on three different occasions. Glad that the trash cans were in a cage so we didn't have to pick up after the bears, only just don't forget to fashen the lid down with the chain. The welcome bag on the counter was a very nice touch. This was my second time spending a vacation in Cabins For You, and both times were nice. Looking forward to my next vacation. Thank you for renting your beautiful cabins out."
"Watch out for winding, steep roads. Regardless, you'll be awarded with a pleasant place and stay. "
This is a great way to protect yourself in the case of unforeseen events that delay you or cause you to reschedule or cancel your trip. You can add it on prior to your last scheduled payment. Want to know more? Check out our Trip Insurance page.
What is Enhanced Property Protection?
Our basic Property Protection Plan covers unintentional damages to your cabin during your stay and provides $1,500 in protection. Enhanced Property Protection (EPP) increases your limits and may offer an extension to your cancellation policy.
$49 = $1500 in coverage.
$79 = $2000 in coverage.
$99 = $2500 in coverage.
What do additional fees cover?
We want to ensure each guest has a clean, comfortable place to stay. The cleaning fee covers housekeeping and property cleanup of your cabin once you’ve checked out.
Do you offer any discounts?
Yes! We offer a 10% active military discount (phone reservations only) and regularly feature deals for YOU. Just check our Specials + Discounts page to see how you can save. And if you follow us on Facebook and Instagram, you can always be on the lookout for flash sales!
What about discounts for area attractions?
Our Cabins for YOU Partner Program gives you discounts to top area attractions - from mini golf and mountain coasters to dinner shows and beyond - when you stay with us.
What is your cancellation policy?
4+ bedroom cabins: No cancellation or change of cabin or dates within 5 months of stay
1-3 bedroom cabins: No cancellation or change of cabin or dates within 2 months of stay
Each of our cabins has a fully equipped kitchen (refrigerator, stove/oven, and varying countertop appliances), shared living spaces for guests, a dining table and/or breakfast bar for in-cabin dining, and cozy bedrooms. Most feature wireless internet, flatscreen TVs, washers and dryers, decks with wooded or mountain views, and some games or game tables! You can browse by amenity online to find the perfect fit.
What should we bring from home?
You’ll supply your own food, drinks, toiletries, charcoal and lighter fluid (for charcoal grills), propane (for gas grills; check cabin before purchasing), and any other movies or games you’d enjoy on vacation!
We’ll give you a starter supply of:
1 trash bag per container
1 roll of toilet paper per bathroom
1 bar of soap per bathroom
Do you provide bedding and towels?
We provide all linens, along with 1 towel and 1 washcloth per person (based on property sleeps advertised). Many of our cabins have washers and dryers, so it is easy to use only the towels we provide. If your cabin does not have a washer/dryer, you may want to bring extra towels from home.
What’s provided in the kitchen?
1 roll of paper towels
trash bag per container
(4 oz) bottle of dish detergent
At least 1 place setting (dishes, glasses, and utensils) for each guest according to advertised sleeps count
Pots, pans, and cooking tools for in-cabin meals
Do all your cabins have Wi-Fi?
Most of our cabins offer high-speed wireless internet, but not all. Please check the amenities list and description, or check with your Vacation Specialist when booking!
What is the check-in and checkout process?
Check-in is easy with Cabins for YOU. Each cabin has an electronic keypad, and we’ll supply the unique code for your cabin 2 days before check-in. No keys, no going to an office. You’ll use this to unlock your cabin each time you enter. Checkout is equally simple. Just shut the door behind you as you leave and it will automatically lock!
Check-in/out times: Check-in starts at 4 p.m. EST with guaranteed check-in at 6 p.m. Checkout time is 10 a.m. EST. We can’t guarantee early check-ins or late checkouts, but you can check with your Vacation Specialist. Hourly fees apply for early check-ins.
Before leaving, please be sure to:
Place towels and washcloths in the bathtub (We’ll take care of bedding!)
Put trash in proper containers
Clean used dishes
Clean any large messes made during stay
Lock the door behind you
How/when do I get directions to my cabin?
Once you’ve made your reservation, you’ll receive directions via email and/or a phone call about 48 hours prior to check-in. Or give us a call at 800.684.7865 or email your Vacation Specialist if you have any questions about getting here!
What if there is an emergency at the cabin?
If you have a medical or life-threatening emergency, please call 911. For mechanical and non-threatening emergencies, call 800.684.7865 and press option 2 to speak with one of our team members.
Non-emergency police lines:
Gatlinburg | 865.436.5181
Pigeon Forge | 865.453.9063
Sevierville | 865.453.5506
What is your policy for hot tub, swim spa, and pool use?
Please report any issues regarding cleanliness of hot tubs, swim spas, or pools upon arrival. We will do our best to resolve them right away. To keep these spaces clean and serviceable for all guests, please shower off before using and refrain from using any lotions or oils. If issues are reported more than 24 hours after arrival, any additional cleaning fees will be charged to current guest.
Choose Your Level of Protection
- Up to $1,500 of accidental property protection
- No Security Deposit
- Up to $2,000 of accidental property protection
- No Security Deposit
- Up to $2,500 of accidental property protection
- No Security Deposit
Did you know?
During an independent*, mostly accurate poll, it was found that black bears believe the purchase of property protection is necessary to ensure a stress-free vacation!
- Allows you to cancel your reservation up to 5 days prior to arrival date.
- Allows you to cancel your reservation up to 2 days prior to arrival date.
- Allows you to cancel your reservation at any point prior to initial use of your key code on your arrival date.
- I do not believe I need coverage
Explanation of Cancellation Protection
Cancellation protection is best explained as "the ability to cancel a booking" service. It's not a replacement for RedSky's Travel Insurance, but an additional option for guests to have peace of mind when traveling to Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Cancellation Protection Disclaimer
Guest can cancel for any reason and will be refunded 100% of nightly rents and all fees, excluding reservation fee, property protection and travel insurance.
Guest can cancel for any reason and will be refunded 100% of nightly rents and all fees, excluding reservation fee and travel insurance.
Refund will be processed immediately but may take up to 7 business days to reﬂect on guest's banking account.
Overall outdated and/or has worn out elements. There is little to no coordination in furniture and decor. Most furniture items are of lower quality such as cloth couches, laminate countertops, and particle board cabinets.
Cloth or outdated couches/chairs
Worn out furniture
Outdated kitchen appliances
Worn or Outdated Carpet
Visible wear on deck/exterior
Average quality accommodations. Will have some good quality and some low quality elements. Things such as a mixture of flatscreen and tube tvs, good quality furniture but worn out and not consistent, particle board cabinets and laminate countertops with updated appliances, or updated appliances but not consistent. These properties have elements of a Bronze and Gold level.
Good quality accommodations. These properties are high quality, but all elements might not be considered luxury in nature. There might be more wear on furniture, deck/exterior, etc. TVs are flat screen, but might not be the newest in quality. Might have stone countertops with updated appliances that aren’t stainless steel. These properties have some elements of the Platinum level, but elements are either slightly outdated, worn, or not as high quality.
Luxury accommodations. All elements are of high quality, design, and are up-to-date. Consistent furniture and decor in each room. Unique touches such as stone designs, barnwood/shiplap, full log pillars are often found in these properties.
Custom design elements
Stone countertops in kitchen and bathrooms
Stainless steel appliances
Consistent furniture style
Exterior not worn out
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