Location: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Area: Bear Cove Falls
Located in the convenient Bear Cove Falls cabin community — just 3 miles from Dollywood theme park — Hummingbird Hill Lodge is a chic and beautifully furnished 6-bedroom, 6-bathroom cabin with space for up to 20 guests in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The spacious 3,600-square-foot cabin boasts the conveniences of home, high-end finishes, fun cabin amenities, and a location that keeps you close to it all, including dinner shows, mountain coasters, country shops, and restaurants. From relaxing mornings enjoying the views to fun afternoons playing games to cozy evenings snuggled up by the fire, you’ll find the retreat from everyday life you needed in the beautiful Hummingbird Hill.
This pet-friendly cabin is packed with amenities, including a private home theater with a big screen TV, theater-style seating tiered for great viewing, and DVD and Blu-ray players; a game space with air hockey, foosball, and arcade games; high-speed wireless internet so you can stay connected; a washer/dryer; and a fully equipped kitchen that’s a chef’s dream.
Outside, the spacious wraparound decks boast wooded and mountain views, rocking chairs, a hot tub, and covered and open spaces for guests to hang out and relax. You can even see seasonal fireworks at Dollywood from the porch! At night, the bedrooms in Hummingbird Hill Lodge will be welcome retreats. They feature 4 king-size beds, 2 queen-size bunk beds, 1 twin-size bunk, and their own TVs. A Pigeon Forge trolley stop is conveniently located at the bottom of the hill, and the cabin even offers community pool access so you can stay cool on those hot summer days!
Leave your suitcases at the door and explore the cabin when you first arrive. Follow the lovely hardwood floors into the living room that’s open concept and features plenty of natural light. The sofas are plump and inviting for a sit or a nap, and the stacked stone (electric, no heat) fireplace adds a modern cabin touch. You can relax with entertainment on the flatscreen TV, open a book by a fire with a glass of wine nearby, or simply enjoy a good chat with loved ones. It’s also convenient to gather everyone in the mornings to discuss any plans for the day.
Featuring tons of counter space that wraps around with ample bar seating, stylish slate appliances (including a dishwasher, fridge, microwave, and a range), and dark cabinetry to complement the lighter walls in the space, the kitchen is a great place to whip up meals or grab snacks and drinks throughout the day. Plus, it’s fully equipped with all the tools and dishes needed to prepare and serve meals. And since it’s open to the living and dining areas, the chefs in your group can keep conversations going and feel like part of the gang even while chopping, dicing, stirring, stewing, and baking.
When it’s time to eat, set the dining table for 12, small table for 3, and bar seating for 5 so everyone has a place to sit and eat. You can also let kids chow down on the sofas in the living room if they want to watch TV while munching away, which may buy the adults a little more time to chat at the tables. The dining table is also ideal for setting up a few board or card games, crafting with the kids, or sharing midnight margaritas among friends!
After exploring downtown, enjoying a meal, and slipping into your PJs for the evening, we highly recommend hosting movie night in the theater room! Seating is tiered and features drink holders just like a real theater. The room is carpeted for added comfort, and you can find a few bean bags the kids and kids at heart can relax on during the film. Of course, a theater room wouldn’t be complete without DVD/Blu-ray players and a whopping big screen TV. So, grab popcorn from the kitchen, pick a seat, and press play!
Prefer to spend your free time playing games? Check out the rec room at Hummingbird Hill! Challenge yourself to beat the highest arcade scores, enter the foosball field with confidence, and zoom around the air hockey rink like a champion. There’s also a side bar to hold drinks while you play and a flatscreen TV on the wall to add to your entertainment. It’s a fun space to hang out and chill at the cabin on vacation.
Each sleeping space at this large cabin rental in Pigeon Forge features a flatscreen TV to keep everyone entertained, even right before bed and when waking up in the mornings. Many of the bedrooms even have direct access to a deck, keeping you and guests close to nature, as well as an en-suite bathroom for added privacy and convenience.
Of the 6 bedrooms in the home, 4 feature a king-size bed and 2 boast a queen-size bunk. There’s also a queen-size sleeper sofa at the cabin and a cool kids’ corner with a twin-size bunk. And with 6 full bathrooms, everyone (up to 20 guests) can get ready for bed or to paint the town red without a hassle.
Pull up the steep, paved driveway to reach your beautiful large group lodge in the Smokies. Parking fits about 8 vehicles, and there’s a ramp to the front door, making unloading and loading the cars much easier. When you want to relax outside, there are 2 huge decks that wrap all the way around the entire cabin plus another deck downstairs!
Rocking chairs are dispersed around the decks at Hummingbird Hill so you can find a quiet spot to enjoy morning coffee or read the next chapter in your newest novel. There’s a breathtaking mountain view out front plus trees and valleys to enjoy in the back from the steaming hot tub, perfect after playing mini-golf, riding go-karts, and shopping downtown. You can also fire up the charcoal, picnic-style grill for fun cookouts together!
Bonus: you can check out seasonal fireworks from Dollywood while relaxing and sipping cocktails on the porch at Hummingbird Hill Lodge! Especially during Dollywood's Sweet Summer Nights (June – July) or their Smoky Mountain Christmas event (Nov – New Year's), expect to catch a glimpse of brilliant evening displays that light up the sky. The best part? You don't have to pay an entrance fee!
While vacationing with family and friends is great, sometimes it’s hard to leave our fur babies behind, which is why Hummingbird Hill Lodge is pet friendly! Not to mention, there’s a laundry room with a washer and dryer to take care of loads while away; high speed Wi-Fi so you can video chat, browse attractions online, or get a little work done; and a community pool for summertime splashes through Bear Cove Falls Resort.
With a trolley stop at the bottom of the hill and a convenient location in Pigeon Forge just 3 miles from the famed Dollywood theme park and many other exciting attractions in the area, Hummingbird Hill Lodge is ideal for families, friends, couples, and coworkers looking for a place that has it all plus easy access to downtown fun!
The Pigeon Forge Trolley — aka the Fun Time Trolley — is an added convenience to your stay in the Smokies. Head down the hill from the cabin to catch a ride on the trolley that can take you all over town (200+ stops) and even carry you into Gatlinburg for more fun! Prices are reasonably low, and day passes are available. Not to mention, taking the trolley will save YOU money for gas plus wear and tear on your vehicles.
In town, you can shop all day at the many boutiques in the area; plenty can be found at The Island. Eat all the pancakes in sight, try Southern dishes, and indulge in sweeties. Of course, there are also tons of rides, activities for all ages, and museums to explore! Nearby Gatlinburg, another bustling town filled with fun things to do (like visiting an award-winning aquarium), is only a short drive or trolley ride away and features an entrance into The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, where you can hike, bike, ride horses, cast a line, picnic, and reconnect with nature and loved ones.
Surrounded by Great Smoky Mountain scenery and filled with super fun activities for groups, Dollywood is a top-notch theme park. Ride roller coasters, see local craftsmen at work, nibble homemade candies, harken to musical performances, and experience seasonal events...for starters.
Gatlinburg Golf Course
Pack your best putters and Polos because the Gatlinburg Golf Course is a must-visit golf course in Pigeon Forge. It features 18 holes, challenging and fun for experienced golfers as well as beginners, and incredible scenery of the Smoky Mountains all around — it’s quite the sight!
Thomas Kinkade Gallery & Gifts
Venture to new lands, immerse yourself in a world of imagination, and gaze upon stunning scenery at Thomas Kinkade Gallery & Gifts. Peruse the gallery of well-crafted pieces and bring home anything you particularly love. It’s a quiet place to gather your thoughts and feast your eyes on lovely works of art.
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"This cabin was perfect for our large group. Owners were very good and easy to communicate with. They responded quick when we had questions for them. Kids loved the game room and theater. Location was great. Close to everything in or around Pigeon Forge or…"
Verified guest on 04/27/2023
"This cabin was perfect for our large group. Owners were very good and easy to communicate with. They responded quick when we had questions for them. Kids loved the game room and theater. Location was great. Close to everything in or around Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg."
Verified guest on 04/27/2023
"Beautiful cabin, very clean, comfy beds, great amenities."
"This property worked great for our group and was located close to our conference that took place at the LeConte Convention Center."
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.
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.