Heavenly Daze and Nights

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Live Heavenly Daze and Nights at this 1,100-square foot Pigeon Forge cabin rental tucked among the trees of Wears Valley in the Great Smoky Mountains! The 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom mountain cabin has space for up to 6 guests — with 2 levels — making it great for fun family vacations, romantic getaways, and laid-back weekends with friends. From tree-studded views and the conveniences of home to 5 decks and games for days in, this Smoky Mountain cabin has memorable getaways covered.

Spend days in the rocking chairs by the wood-burning fireplace (with plenty of wood stocked in the shed), eating together around the dining table for 6, making snacks in the full kitchen, and watching movies with the movie library (130 to choose from), VCR, and DVD players in the cabin. Kids and adults will love the foosball table, board games, Xbox and arcade games, digital cable, plus 4 flatscreen TVs, and high-speed internet is great for browsing or keeping up with work or school while away. The cabin also has a washer/dryer and a queen sleeper sofa in the living room — with a memory foam mattress so everyone gets a good night’s sleep. At the end of the day, retreat to welcoming bedrooms, with a king-size bed in the master and a queen-size bed in the upstairs bedroom. 

On the decks of your Pigeon Forge retreat, enjoy beautiful views, a soothing outdoor hot tub that seats 5-6, swivel rockers, outdoor dining (for 4) for those beautiful mountain days, a relaxing porch swing, a firepit for late-night chats (with seating for 6+ guests), an ice cooler so drinks are always nearby, and a screened-in deck with seating. Fire up the dual gas and charcoal grill for cookouts, hang out with family and friends, and enjoy the comfort and privacy of your own mountain cabin.

Living Room
Open concept with a raised ceiling and natural light, the living room at this 2-bedroom cabin in Pigeon Forge is inviting and cozy. Sway in the rocking chairs with snacks and drinks on the coffee table and a warm fire glowing in the wood-burning fireplace. Plop on the sofa and watch DVDs from the extensive movie library on the flatscreen TV. And start your next novel, check emails, or gaze into the woods at the glass top desk. 

When hunger strikes, peel away and into the fully equipped kitchen that has major appliances, including a refrigerator, oven and stovetop, dishwasher, and a microwave, a stainless steel double sink with a window, and plenty of counter space to prep and serve meals at the cabin. Cookware, dishes, cutlery, glasses, and mugs are also provided so you don’t have to overload the cars. Cooking is a great option for saving extra cash on food to spend on attractions and shops in town.

Dining Area
Just off the kitchen and living room is the dining area that features a large wooden table with seating for 6. It’s a nice space to gather everyone for a sit-down meal together, sip morning coffee and chat, set out crafts or coloring for the kiddos, or host a board game (some provided) tournament at the cabin.

Rec Room
Itching to play in the Smokies? Head up to the loft game room in your hideaway where a Pac-Man arcade unit brings back memories and a foosball table beckons competitive guests. There’s also a flatscreen TV and a loveseat, where you can flip on the Xbox 360 (games provided) and game to your heart’s content! And while you’re up here, be sure to check out the treetop views from the windows peering in from the living room. 

Time to hit the hay? Split off into 2 bedrooms — each with a flatscreen TV for added entertainment, a ceiling fan to keep comfy on warmer evenings, and table lamps for cozy lighting and late-night reads. One bedroom offers a king-size bed, and the other has a queen-size bed, open viewing into the living room, and a checkers table. The living room also features a queen-size sleeper sofa with a memory foam mattress for added comfort. And the home boasts 2 full bathrooms so you can get ready for town or bed with ease on your Pigeon Forge vacation. 

Outdoor Spaces
Boasting 5 lovely decks, Heavenly Daze and Nights take you outside to enjoy the Tennessee trees. Among the decks, you’ll find spaces to dine outdoors, sway in the breezes, roast marshmallows, and soak tired muscles. There’s a steamy hot tub, an ice cooler, and 4 swivel rockers on one, and a dining table for 4 on another. 

There’s a porch swing on yet another deck, and one deck is screened in with 3 chairs, 2 tables, a ping pong table, and a ceiling fan. Finally, the last deck has 4 rockers facing a toasty firepit that offers seating for 6+ people. 

There’s also a picnic area with a dual gas/charcoal grill for fun cookouts at this semi-private cabin! When you’re ready to venture into town, head to the flat, gravel driveway with parking for 2. You can also expect a seasonal mountain view when it’s quite cold outside. And when you need some time to yourself, climb into the hammock and unwind. 

Other Amenities
In addition to all the fun and relaxing amenities offered, this vacation rental provides a washer/dryer so you can pack light, a VCR to reminisce times past, and high speed Wi-Fi to stay connected, shop online, and browse local attractions and events on Smoky Mountain Musings — the Cabins for YOU blog. And don’t forget about keyless entry, so you don’t have to stop by an office for check-in! 

Local Fun
When you can bear to leave the comforts, fun, and relaxation of the cabin, think about heading into the heart of Pigeon Forge for more excitement on your Smoky Mountain vacation. The Parkway and beyond in Pigeon Forge is filled to the brim with roller coasters with amazing views, mini-golf, arcades, rides, souvenir stores, candy shops, Southern eateries, pancake houses, dinner shows, and oh-so-much more for your mountain getaway! 

Visit the famous mountain amusement park — Dollywood theme park. Check out Crave Golf to play putt-putt on a rooftop. Jump as high as the sky at TopJump Trampoline Park & Extreme Arena in downtown Pigeon Forge. And watch lumberjacks put on a competition like you’ve never seen before at Paula Deen’s Lumberjack Feud! The Tanger Outlets in Sevierville have great deals on brand-name merchandise, The Old Mill is a great spot for meals and pictures, and the Titanic Museum offers history and education. 

Of course, you can also make a stop in neighboring Gatlinburg for spectacular views and more attractions, like Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Anakeesta, and the Gatlinburg SkyLift Park. Plus, there’s an entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where hiking, horseback riding, fly fishing, climbing, picnicking, bird watching, cycling, exploring historic structures, and going for a leisurely scenic drive adds to your Smoky Mountain experience. 

Pawpaw’s Catfish Kitchen
Looking for a bite to eat that will really knock the socks off your taste buds? Consider stopping by Pawpaw’s Catfish Kitchen. This family-owned favorite has a casual, laidback atmosphere that serves Cajun cookin’ New Orleans style. Try their boudin balls, alligator bites, signature po’boys, flavorful gumbo and jambalaya, catfish filets, coleslaw, and white chocolate bread pudding.

The Coaster at Goats on the Roof
Featuring actual goats on the actual roof, this mountain coaster is unique to say the least! Hop aboard day or night and zoom around the track that takes you through towering trees, around sharp twists and turns, and down the hill! And yes, you can feed the adorable goats. Plus, there’s a sweets shop, gem mining, and a souvenir shop to check out!

The Island
Home to The Escape Game, The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen, Margaritaville, a dancing fountain, wine and moonshine tasting, and tons of shops with items like magic tricks, gourmet popcorn, Pop! Figures, beef jerky, homemade candy, and toys, The Island is an attraction you don’t want to miss!