Gobbler's Knob

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A classic log cabin with modern mountain details and the comforts of home — plus some nice extras for your Great Smoky Mountain vacation — Gobbler’s Knob is a lovely retreat in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This 3,200-square-foot hideaway boasts 3 inviting levels, with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and space to sleep up to 12 guests. Great for a fun family vacation, birthday trip, weekend getaway with friends, or Christmas in Gatlinburg, this cozy cabin welcomes you to make yourself at home in the Smokies.

Relax with wooded or seasonal mountain views, enjoy conveniences like fast Wi-Fi and a washer/dryer, and easily prepare meals and snacks in the fully equipped kitchen at this Gatlinburg cabin. For more fun at your mountain escape, host movie nights with a big screen TV in the theater room, shoot some pool, or play arcade games. And end your wonderful days in the Smokies climbing into the bubbling hot tub, reading fireside, or roasting marshmallows at the firepit.

Along with a wraparound deck, loft balcony, and a patio with rockers and swings, this Gatlinburg cabin rental features a charcoal grill for barbecues, a flat and paved driveway, and a short drive to the area’s best attractions, restaurants, and shops. Less than 5 minutes away you’ll find Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, mountain coasters, Pancake Pantry, the Gatlinburg Trail Trailhead, and much more along the Parkway!

At this cabin in Gatlinburg, TN, you’ll also have TVs in the bedrooms plus 3 king beds, 2 queen beds, and 1 sleeper sofa. Bathrooms offer shower/tub combos for your convenience. And keyless entry allows you to check in and out right at the property! Plan your memorable mountain getaway with loved ones at Gobbler’s Knob today.

Living Room
Step inside your mountain lodge lounge, featuring high ceilings, wood walls and floors, and an open concept. Your fall or winter Gatlinburg cabin experience wouldn’t be complete without a classic stacked stone (gas) fireplace to set the mountain mood for reads, wine sips, and pleasant chats. Kick back in the recliner to unwind for a spell or claim the corner seat in the large sectional before flipping on the big screen TV.

With beautiful woodwork, stone counters, and a stacked stone feature along the breakfast bar, the full kitchen at your Gatlinburg vacation rental offers a lovely and convenient place to prepare meals, snacks, and drinks on your Smoky Mountain vacation. Not to mention, many windows let in plenty of sunlight and tree-studded scenery here!

A large double-door refrigerator, electric range, microwave, toaster, blender, dishwasher, as well as standard drip and single-cup coffeemakers make up the appliances. Pots, pans, dishes, glasses, cutlery, and mugs are also provided. And there’s a double sink with another window to keep nature close at every turn.

Dining Area
While treating yourself to Appalachian treats picked up at OktOBERfest in Gatlinburg, have a seat in the dining area at your Smoky Mountain cabin. With 4 additional seats at the kitchen’s breakfast bar plus 8 at the nice wood table, there’s room for everyone in your group to enjoy mealtimes board games, puzzles, and crafts together!

Theater Room
Booming surround sound, an overhead projector, a popcorn machine, and reclining chairs with cup holders invite you to enjoy memorable movie nights at your fun Gatlinburg cabin. Along with visual entertainment, you’ll have a Multicade cabinet loaded with classic arcade games! There are also 2 futons to spread out and relax while a favorite comedy, action, or romance plays.

Rec Loft
Between beating escape games, mini-golf, and Fannie Farkle’s in downtown Gatlinburg, retreat to your mountain retreat’s loft — boasting a full-size pool table. Windows reach high, letting in natural light, the trees, and peeks of the mountains. A sofa welcomes you to stretch out and read or nap for a while. You can sip cocktails or deal cards at the pub table. And there’s a TV for added entertainment in your game room! Need a little fresh mountain air? Head onto the large balcony here.

At your 5-bedroom cabin rental in the Smokies, 4 offer direct outdoor access (patio or deck), and 2 feature private en-suite bathrooms. All bedrooms have their own TVs, and if you stay in the loft suite, you can claim the rec space and spacious balcony all to yourself! Bedding for up to 12 guests includes a mix of 3 king-size beds, 2 queen-size beds, and 1 sleeper sofa. And each of the 4 bathrooms has a shower/tub combo for soothing hot baths or showers as you wish.

Outdoor Spaces
When you’re not ziplining through the treetops, fly fishing for rainbow trout, or riding horses in Cades Cove, relax in your own outdoor spaces. With a wraparound deck, a large balcony, a patio, and a grassy yard, your semi-private Gatlinburg cabin rental has plenty of places to get outside and unwind with nature — plus wooded vistas and seasonal mountain views.

Fire up the charcoal grill for Smoky Mountain barbecues with your group. Sway on the porch swings or rocking chairs with a good book or a cup of coffee. Dip into the hot tub to unwind anytime in its covered nook. And make s’mores at the firepit while sharing stories and catching up with friends. For travel notes, the driveway is flat and paved for your convenience.

Other Amenities
Along with fun amenities and peaceful surroundings, Gobbler’s Knob offers homey comforts for your Smoky Mountain stay. A washer and dryer allow you to wash clothes, towels, and linens as needed. Keyless entry means you can check in and check out without having to stop at an office. And the free Wi-Fi is high speed to keep you connected with the online world.

Local Fun
Just 2 minutes from Parkway attractions, shops, events, and eateries — and only 3 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg — your cabin in the Smokies is in a very convenient location. Pop into town to sip moonshine, ride chairlifts, ski at Ober Mountain, try Appalachian flavors, greet local artisans in the crafts community, browse souvenirs, and check out many more indoor and outdoor activities together.

Towns nearby include Pigeon Forge, Wears Valley, and Sevierville, offering even more things to do, like riding roller coasters at Dollywood or splashing at Soaky Mountain Waterpark! Best of all, you can explore the most-visited national park in the country — the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Go mountain biking, hike trails, picnic riverside, take horse-drawn carriage rides, visit historic sites, find hidden waterfalls, and much more.

Moonshine Mountain Coaster
Take a single or double coaster car around the track as fast or as slow as you like — open year-round!

Ghost Walk of Gatlinburg
One of many ghost tours in Gatlinburg, Ghost Walk takes you through terrifying tales in downtown Gatlinburg.

Chesapeake’s Seafood House
Fresh seafood in the mountains? Yep, fish caught on the eastern coast are flown in daily!

Important Information
Please note this property is not pet friendly — including service animals. Check out our pet-friendly cabins if you're planning to bring fur babies to the Smokies!