Location: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Stunning mountain peaks and towering trees surround Treetop Treasure — your home suite home in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Ideal for large family vacations, couples’ getaways, small business retreats, or fun trips with friends, this newly built 3,400+ square-foot, 5-bedroom, 5½-bathroom lodge features outdoor and indoor spaces to treasure. Amenities abound and offer something for everyone, keeping entertainment and relaxation close throughout your memorable stay in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Inside, rooms are spacious and open, windows soar to the ceiling framing beautiful mountain scenes, lovely luxury vinyl plank floors flow throughout, and stylish furnishings elevate the atmosphere. The living room is inviting and cozy with plump sofas, reading lamps, a big screen TV, and a whopping fireplace. No expense has been spared in the kitchen that boasts granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, and a large island with bar seating. And the dining area is also roomy with large tables and benches, and there’s a grill space just outside with more tables and chairs.
For more fun, there’s a super rec room downstairs that features a skee-ball machine, a Multicade with tons of arcade classics, an air hockey rink, and a foosball table. It even has a big screen TV and a retro kitchenette with 50’s diner vibes and a mini jukebox! The loft has a full-size pool table and a desk space, and at the tippy top of the home, you’ll find a treehouse-style room that sits among the treetops with huge windows and a wraparound deck. With blackout shades and a 75-inch 4K TV, it doubles as a meeting space and a home theater!
Outdoors, 2 massive decks showcase the Great Smoky Mountains and offer plenty of seating, including rocking chairs and chaise loungers. There’s a steamy hot tub for soothing soaks and a firepit area with stamped concrete and Adirondack chairs so you can roast marshmallows, chat, and enjoy nature together. Plus, there’s a cabin playhouse and kids’ chairs for the little ones.
When you’re ready for bed, slip away to your king suite after tucking in the kids in the bunk room. Each bedroom has a ceiling fan, flatscreen TV, a closet, side tables with reading lamps, and a full bathroom. There’s a mix of 4 kings, 1 twin bunk, and 1 full bunk in the home. Treetop Treasure also boasts free Wi-Fi and a full-size washer and dryer for added convenience during your stay.
Stepping into your mountain view cabin in Pigeon Forge, you’ll be instantly drawn to the wall of windows reaching towards the heavens in the 2-story great room. With an open concept and modern cabin design, the living area is a welcoming space for friends, family, and coworkers to mingle. The electric (no heat) fireplace is imposing and impressive with stacked stones, and the big screen TV hangs above the mantel.
Kick back on the plump sofas, switch on the reading lamps, and pass around mugs of cocoa for a quiet evening. Pop on the TV for a little entertainment with snacks and drinks on the coffee table. Or turn on the fireplace, pour a glass of wine, and open your favorite book for an evening all to yourself. It’s also a lovely place to gather early birds for morning coffee with bright views of the mountains.
Nearby, the kitchen is classic with modern touches of granite, woodwork, and stainless steel. It’s fully equipped with everything you need to prep and serve meals right at the cabin. Pots and pans, cooking utensils, baking trays, plates, glasses, cutlery, mugs, and more are at your fingertips. There are even 2 coffeemakers - one Keurig and one traditional - to ensure everyone gets their morning cup of joe swiftly. And the large island offers bar seating and extra counter space to utilize as you see fit.
Just off the kitchen lies the dining area that harbors an 11-foot farmhouse table with matching chairs and benches that seat 12-16 guests. Combined with the bar seating in the kitchen, everyone can dine together here. Better yet, take the dining festivities a few steps outside to the covered dining space on the deck with tables, chairs, and a Weber Genesis II gas grill!
Theater Room (AKA The Treehouse)
Boasting sky high windows all around, the treehouse room on the top floor has tons of natural light and showcases gorgeous mountain scenery and whimsical treetops. There are 3 cushiony futons, a cozy area rug, and a door to its wraparound deck. Blackout shades and a 75-inch 4K TV with a booming soundbar and a 4K DVD player turn this hangout or meeting space into a home theater, which is the icing on the cake!
Rec Room + Loft
On the lower level, guests will be happy to find a loaded rec room where they can hang out, play games, chat, and snack together. Beat the highest scores on the Multicade (an arcade cabinet with tons of classic games), toss your best hand at skee-ball, challenge friends to air hockey, and leave the foosball field a champion! There’s also a retro kitchenette — complete with a fridge, microwave, diner booth set and stools, and an adorable mini jukebox — where you can dance to the beats and grab a few eats.
Upstairs, the loft harbors a full-size, custom-built log pool table for quieter play, and there’s a desk with a chair for anyone needing a place to check emails or work. This space also has great views of the Smokies through the massive windows in the living room.
Tuckered out and ready for bed? Need a quiet place to gather your thoughts and relax? Slip away to one of the 5 bedrooms at Treetop Treasure. This mountain view cabin in Pigeon Forge offers a mix of 4 king-size beds, 1 twin-size bunk, and 1 full-size bunk. Each bedroom has a full bathroom with custom vanities and double sinks, a ceiling fan, a closet, a flatscreen TV, and barn wood accent walls. As a bonus, the primary suite opens to a deck with a lovely mountain view, and the bunk room boasts an Xbox! And don’t forget the 3 futons in the treehouse room for additional sleeping space.
Behold the great Smoky Mountain outdoors from the comfort of your charming, semi-private cabin rental. The outdoor spaces here boast 2 expansive decks with portions covered and uncovered so you can take in the views and fresh mountain air no matter the weather. Rocking chairs pair perfectly with morning coffee, afternoon tea, or evening wine. Chaise lounges offer great places to relax in nature with a good book. There’s a cabin playhouse with kid chairs on deck the little ones will love. And the steamy hot tub (for 6-8 people) has massaging jets, ideal after hiking, horseback riding, or strolling the Parkway.
Fancy a meal outside? Fire up the Weber Genesis II gas grill with 3 burners and set out places at the outdoor dining tables on the covered deck nearest the kitchen. There’s also a resort-style firepit area with a stamped concrete walkway and Adirondack chairs to enjoy. You can whip up s’mores, watch the sun set over the mountain peaks, and chat into the night. And when you want to slip into town, take 4 steps from the porch to the flat, paved, circular driveway. There’s parking for 5 vehicles and room for a trailer, and the roads to and from town are flat and paved as well.
Treetop Treasure has a few more conveniences to make your stays even easier. Hop on the complimentary high speed Wi-Fi whenever you please, and utilize the full-size washer and dryer set to take care of laundry while away.
About 9 miles from the heart of Pigeon Forge, TN, Treetop Treasure is ideal for groups wishing to get away to the peaceful hills of the Great Smoky Mountains and be within a reasonable driving distance to downtown excitement. Souvenir shops, clothing stores, unique boutiques, pancake houses, family-style restaurants filled with Southern charm, riverside dining, and attractions galore await YOU. Ride roller coasters, play games, conquer flying fears, drive go-karts, zip line, paddle down the Little Pigeon River, and oh-so-much more! Plus, Gatlinburg is only a hop, skip, and a jump away, with an entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park that features 800+ miles of hiking trails.
Soar through the towering trees, around sharp turns and twists, and down the mountain aboard the zoomy Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster!
A shopping and entertainment complex bursting with fun, The Island is a one-of-a-kind attraction in Pigeon Forge. Kiss your partner atop The Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, stop by Paula Deen’s Family Kitchen for a hearty bite, watch the fountain dance, and play The Escape Game.
Challenge friends, family, and coworkers to a speedy competition along the Adventure Raceway that starts with a 3-story spiral that thrillseekers will love!
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"Booking with Cabins for You was quick and easy. I had a cabin fall through last minute with another company, and was scrambling to find other accommodations. Cabins for You customer service was excellent and very helpful. They explained everything clearly, my check in and check out procedure was exactly how they described, which made the trip that much more enjoyable. I will definitely be be booking with Cabins for You again."
"Our cabin was the best we've stayed at thus far! We loved the space, hot tub(it was actually large enough for the number of people we had), the fire pit, and our kids loved the game room!"
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.