Cabin On the Creek

Location: Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Area: Chalet Village


4 Bedrooms
(2K, 1Q, 1F, 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

3.5 Bathrooms

Sleeps 10

Parking 3

Description

Located in the convenient Chalet Village, just minutes from the heart of downtown Gatlinburg, Cabin On the Creek keeps you close to the many restaurants, shops, and attractions of the Smokies. Take a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, check out the unique mountain shops downtown, or spend the day exploring the Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community. Then head back to Cabin On the Creek for some rest and relaxation.

This 4-bedroom, 3½-bathroom cabin has space to sleep up to 10 guests and features all the conveniences of home — plus some nice extras for a great stay in the Smokies. Start mornings with a cup of coffee at the outdoor table on the deck, whip up meals in your full kitchen, and enjoy wooded views around the cabin. Each bedroom has its own TV, and the cabin has a DVD player and high-speed wireless internet for entertainment.

On cool mountain nights, fire up the charcoal grill for a cookout and cozy up in front of the wood-burning fireplaces in the cabin. You can soak in the steamy hot tub under the stars, draw spa baths in the indoor jetted tub, take advantage of the washer/dryer in the cabin, and even enjoy community pool access on those hot summer days. Cabin On the Creek in Gatlinburg, TN, is a great option for families and friends looking for a relaxed atmosphere and great amenities. 

Living Room
Follow your feet into the cozy and inviting living room at Cabin On the Creek. The ceiling is raised high with exposed beams, large windows stream wooded scenery, and hardwood floors flow throughout the space. A wood-burning fireplace makes chilly evenings cozier, and there’s a TV with a DVD player so you can watch movies on vacation. Lounge on the sofa (doubles as a queen sleeper), sip wine with your partner on the loveseat, and read your favorite book in the armchair. The coffee table is great for games and snacks, and there’s a ceiling fan to keep cool on warm days.

Kitchen
Steps from the living area is the fully equipped kitchen that features major appliances, a coffeemaker, a double sink, and a bar with seating. Pots and pans plus dishware, cutlery, glasses, and mugs are also provided. Simply bring all the ingredients and any specialty cookware needed to whip up hearty breakfasts, yummy lunches, flavorful dinners, and midnight snacks throughout your stay in Gatlinburg. Having a fully equipped kitchen while away on vacation helps save money and offers a convenient space to grab drinks and store leftovers, keeping everyone fed and happy. 

Dining Area
Set the dining table under the chandelier for mealtimes together at Cabin On the Creek. This country chic table has seating for 6, with 2 bar stools in the kitchen and sofas in the living room nearby. You can serve meals, play board and card games, enjoy coffee and dessert, set out arts and crafts for the kids, create a homeschool or work station, or sip Ole Smoky Moonshine while chatting with a friend in this versatile space.

Bedrooms
When everyone’s getting tired, slip away among 4 bedrooms, each offering a TV for entertainment, so there’s never a need to fight over the remote. There are 2 king-size beds, 1 queen-size bed, and 1 full-size bed to accommodate friends and family. Some of the bedrooms offer direct access to the spacious decks, and the master suite even features a wood-burning fireplace and a bathroom with an indoor jetted tub. Enjoy spa baths with bubbles and tea candles before cuddling in bed with a romantic fire setting the mountain mood. Extra sleeping space can be found in the living room, where the sofa doubles as a queen sleeper.

Outdoor Spaces
Wooded scenery surrounds Cabin On the Creek, letting you slip away to a relaxing and recharging atmosphere. There are 2 spacious decks, where you can take in the fresh mountain air from a chair, enjoy breakfast or an evening meal at the outdoor dining table, and sway on the porch swing. When you want to take a load off and unwind, slip into your swimsuit and hop in the bubbly hot tub with massaging jets. 

You can bring lawn chairs to set up around the firepit for s’mores and stories one (or every) night. There’s also a sitting space in the grass with a table and chairs for those who want to enjoy the sounds of the creek rushing past. You can also fire up the charcoal grill for fun cabin cookouts with the whole gang. The driveway is steep and paved with parking for 3, so be sure to plan accordingly for trips into town.

Other Amenities
What else can you find at Cabin On the Creek in Gatlinburg, TN? High-speed Wi-Fi keeps you connected to family and friends back home whenever you please. And there’s a washer and dryer so you can toss in a load of laundry whenever you need, especially useful after long hikes or outdoor activities

Community Amenities
Not only outfitted with plenty of amenities for your group to enjoy at the cabin, but this Gatlinburg cabin rental is also tucked away in Chalet Village Resort. That means you’ll have community access to even more amenities on your Smoky Mountain vacation! Splash in 3 pools this summer, play games in the clubhouses, enjoy tennis on lit courts, let the kids play on the playset, and keep up with your workout routine with provided fitness equipment.

Local Fun
Nestled mere minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, you can shop, eat, and play all day in the Smokies! Plus, the cabin is near the ski slopes of Ober where you can snowboard, ski, and snow tube in winter. In town, find all the Nemos at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, mosey across the Gatlinburg SkyBridge, duel zipline with a friend at Anakeesta, ride mountain coasters, play mini-golf, and much more at family-friendly attractions. You can try Southern signatures, enjoy a steak dinner on the river, or stuff your face with griddle cakes. Sweets shops are everywhere, and shopping is a must!

Don’t forget to stop by the Great Smoky Mountains National Park while you’re in town. There is no entrance fee, and you’ll find 800+ miles of hiking trails to explore. You can also ride horses, take a scenic drive, picnic with family and friends, go fishing, and spot wild animals, like black bears, river otters, white-tailed deer, elk, foxes, raccoons, turkeys, and flying squirrels.

Ober Gatlinburg
Not just a place to ski, Ober Gatlinburg is an amusement park on a mountaintop that boasts a wildlife encounter, shops, restaurants, games, and a year-round ice rink indoors, where you can ice skate and ride ice bumper cars in any season!

Gatlinburg Space Needle
At 407 feet in the air, this towering observation tower reaches high into the Great Smoky Mountain sky and offers you some of the best views around. Plus, this fun stop features an arcade, a performance theater, and a pizza joint.

Calhoun’s
Set in a mountain lodge (our favorite), Calhoun’s features a Southern menu to please the whole family, with items like fried green tomatoes, a brisket sandwich, Tennessee bar-b-que, country slaw, and macadamia nut banana pudding.

Amenities

  • 2 Kings
  • 1 Queen
  • 1 Full
  • 1 Sleeper Sofa
  • Driveway is paved and steep
  • Wooded View
  • Indoor Jetted Tub
  • Community Pool Access
  • Wireless Internet
  • Washer/Dryer
  • High-Speed Internet
  • DVD Player
  • TV in every Bedroom
  • Fireplace (wood burning)
  • Grill (charcoal)
  • Outdoor Firepit
  • Outdoor Hot Tub
  • Porch Swing
  • Keyless Entry - No Check-in!
  • Standard Amenities

    Standard Amenities

    Kitchen
    • Blender
    • Coffeemaker
    • Dining Table and/or Breakfast Bar
    • Dishes
    • Utensils
    • Glassware
    • Cookware
    • Microwave
    • Oven / Stove
    • Toaster
    Bedroom
    • Linens
    • Pillows
    • Blankets
    • Dressers | Closet
    • Alarm Clock
    Other
    • Central Heat / AC
    • Full Bathroom(s)
    • Shower and/or Tub
    • TV(s)
    • Towels - 1 per person
    • Min Basic TV service
    • Broom | Dust Pan
    • Fire Extinguisher

Floorplans

Sq. Ft. 1,600
Entry Level
Lower Level

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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