Brink of Paradise

Location: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee


2 Bedrooms
(2K, 1SS)
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

2 Bathrooms

Sleeps 6

Description

The faint sound of the trees rustling in the breeze, songs of crickets chirping, and the golden light of dusk falling over the Great Smoky Mountains…you are at the Brink of Paradise in this lovely 2-bedroom cabin just a few minutes from downtown Pigeon Forge! Cozy up on sofas in front of a flatscreen TV and stone fireplace, whip up meals in the charming, fully equipped kitchen, shoot some pool on lazy days, and treat yourself to soothing baths in the jetted tubs. And that’s just inside the cabin!

Outside spaces at Brink of Paradise are a treat, with 2 spacious wraparound decks, boasting mountain and wooded views and seating where you can relax and unwind among the trees. Enjoy your fresh cup of coffee with a mountain breeze in the morning, or wind down the day with a soak in the hot tub on the lower deck. Up to 6 guests can spread out across 3 levels, with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and plenty of places to hang out and unwind.

A full-size pool table, large flatscreen TV, and plenty of space for board games make Brink of Paradise the perfect place to play in between relaxing dips in the hot tub and reading on the deck. While your stay in your mountain cabin is peacefully tucked away in the trees, you are only a few miles from exciting attractions like Dollywood, The Island, and much more in Pigeon Forge!

Living Room
Swing open the French doors and let the crisp mountain air fill the spacious living room before settling into the brown suede couch to flip through a magazine. Use the coffee table in the afternoon sunlight to put together a puzzle the kids picked out at the Moon Pie General Book Store. In between shopping at the Tanger Outlets in the morning and dinner at Dolly Parton’s Stampede, squeeze in a rejuvenating nap on one of the 2 cozy couches in the soft light floating down from the loft windows. The plush recliner by the window sinks back as you lean in and get comfortable before finally finishing your current book that has been put off by work and home life. Then get the fireplace going and settle in for a relaxing movie night in your cozy living room!

Kitchen
While getting out of your cozy king-size bed may not be your favorite part of this vacation, the coffeemaker in the kitchen certainly makes it easier. Grab the pans, plates, and cups from the warm wood cabinets as you prepare a delicious pancake breakfast using the mix you grabbed from the Old Mill General Store. Before a day of hiking through the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, you will want to get a balanced meal and supplement your breakfast with some fruits stored in the full-size refrigerator.

After returning from an adventurous day of ATV tours through the woods and splashing through streams, prepare a big dinner with a self-service buffet set out on the spacious kitchen island. Then carry your signature dish from the oven over to the table before settling into your seat at the dinner table. While the kids watch a movie in the living room, the adults enjoy glasses of wine and card games around the island that doubles as high-top seating.

Dining Room
Laugh and toast to good times with friends around the dinner table surrounded by warm earthy shades of natural wood in the dining area with a table for 4. Tucked in its own alcove, it’s the perfect spot for an intimate, relaxing meal. Couples can enjoy romantic dinners, and families can have fun with pizza and post-dinner games! It’s also a great spot for kids’ arts and crafts or enjoying moonshine and late-night chats. In the soft morning light drifting in from the window, enjoy your cup of tea and warm English muffin fresh from the toaster while you sit at the dining table mapping out today’s new adventures in Pigeon Forge.

Bedroom
When you arrive, drop your suitcase just inside and get comfortable. Peaceful wooded views rest outside the bedroom window to lull you to sleep for a tranquil midday nap. After unpacking your suitcase in the dresser, turn on your bedroom’s flatscreen to watch a little TV before joining everyone in the kitchen for drinks. Read a little more of your book in the soft light of the lamp on the nightstand before finally nodding off after an exciting day of hunting in the Smokies. Take advantage of a little more privacy and claim the 3rd floor suite for yourself, where another king-size bed and jetted tub provide the same relaxing amenities as the entry-level bedroom. Incredible mountain views rest through the loft windows of the 3rd floor bedroom, peacefully filling the room each morning.

Game Room
Challenge yourself with trick shots or challenge another guest to a game on the pool table during one of your quieter afternoons in the cabin in between excursions. Open the French doors on milder days to let some fresh air into the game room and to converse with friends hanging out on the deck while you play pool. Sip on cold drinks, laugh, and enjoy the company of friends you are finally afforded time with while an important football or basketball game plays on the TV. At night, put the kids to bed on the pulled-out sleeper sofa with their favorite movie playing to allow the adults some quiet moments out on the deck.

Outdoor Amenities
Across 2 spacious wraparound decks, the afternoon sun shines through the trees onto the warm wood while you kick back and relax in the deck furniture of the lower deck and the kids splash in the outdoor hot tub. In the evenings, when the songs of wildlife “coo” and “chirp” and the kids are snoring in bed, take advantage of the warm, bubbling hot tub and cool mountain air. On nice days, bring your perfectly cooked hamburgers in from the charcoal grill before setting out the rest of the condiments on the kitchen island for a build-your-own-burger lunch in the cabin.

Local Fun

Bring your bachelorette or bachelor party to the Smokies and stay just a few miles from downtown Pigeon Forge attractions without sacrificing peacefulness in the mountains. Keep the kids easily entertained during a break away from school while you get in on some of this vacation time in the Smoky Mountains. With hundreds of attractions so close, there is something for everyone and any budget!

After cabin meals made in the fully loaded kitchen, treat yourselves to a delicious Southern meal with generous portions at Corky’s Ribs and BBQ. Return to the cabin in the evening after a hilarious 1890s style comedy show at Sweet Fanny Adams Theater in Gatlinburg and settle into your cozy bedrooms for a restful night’s sleep before the adventures through the Smokies begin again, tomorrow.

Wilderness Wildlife Week
Named the top international event in 2016, it is the perfect combination of fun and education! In celebration of the pristine natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there are classes, guided hikes, seminars, and tons of kid-friendly activities throughout the week. Unplug from your phones and tablets and get in touch with the great outdoors!

Marvelous Mirror Maze
Just how fast do you think you could escape a 2,000-square-foot maze of mirrors filled with dead ends, confusing turns, and of course, hundreds of your own reflections? Well, here is your chance to find out! Get a kick out of watching the kids or try to beat the mirrored maze without going crazy!

Ghost Tours Near Pigeon Forge
Every old city has their folklore and haunting legends; Gatlinburg is certainly no exception. Thanks to local haunted history enthusiasts, there are a few ways you can catch up on the all the ominous secrets and true tales that day-time Gatlinburg does not like to broadcast. Get in on a tour where you can use actual ghost-hunting equipment!

Amenities

  • 2 Kings
  • 1 Sleeper Sofa
  • Mountain/Wooded View
  • Secluded
  • Pool Table
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • CD Player
  • DVD Player
  • VCR
  • Grill (charcoal)
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Fireplace (gas)
  • Indoor Jetted Tubs (2)

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CFY Quality Rating System

Bronze

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.

  • Laminate Countertops
  • Tube TVS
  • Cloth or outdated couches/chairs
  • Brass head/footboards
  • Worn out furniture
  • Outdated kitchen appliances
  • Worn or Outdated Carpet
  • Mismatch furniture
  • Visible wear on deck/exterior

Silver

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.

Gold

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.

Platinum

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
  • Leather couches/chairs
  • Up-to-date TVs
  • Stainless steel appliances
  • Hardwood throughout
  • Consistent furniture style
  • Exterior not worn out