This is our “home away from home” and we want you to enjoy it as much as we do. (So please treat it like you would when you visit your mother!) We hope you have an amazing, relaxing, exciting, and overall memorable stay. Here is some information that may be helpful while you’re here..
This cabin is a strictly “no
Pets are allowed
Fireplace is only operational
from October to May
No parties or large
No bath bombs, bath salts,
or candles in the bathtub or
hot tub (it’ll cause big
The Wi-Fi password is
We have Smart TVs and you can bring your own Netflix/Hulu/etc
accounts to use (or ask if our Hulu Live+TV is logged out and you want to use it)
Check out is at 10:00 AM
Put used towels in the bath tub in the master bathroom
Load and start the
Pick up any loose trash and
place in the bear can
Scan the QR code on the fridge when departing
They’ve added two new exhibits: Master Manipulators (including Jeffrey Epstein.) as well as a Bonnie and Clyde feature.
Musical performances by impersonators ranging from Elvis to Dolly Parton.
If you’re one of those that needs to check off all the mountain coasters, here is the latest. It’s the longest mountain coaster in the southeast offers visitors a 12+ minute ride over 1.25 miles.
Flavortown is the newest addition, for now, on Teaster Lane and is now open. If Dave and Buster’s is grown-up Chuck E. Cheese, then Flavortown is grown-up ShowBiz Pizza.
The Titanic Museum is a must-see attraction, but it can feel out of place in the heart of the mountains.
If you dare to step inside this once grand abode you shall take an unguided tour finding your way through secret passageways, eerie dark corridors, winding staircases and spine chilling chambers that will curdle the blood of even the bravest of souls.
Parrot Mountain has hundreds and hundreds of exotic birds from all over the world. You can can feed parrots and have a picture taken holding a bird in the garden.
BEST AREA HIKES
Here are some of our favorite hikes. If you
want to go more off the beaten track, check
out AllTrails.com for more suggestions.
Rainbow Falls Trail
Difficulty: Moderate, Length: 5.1 mi
Rainbow Falls is a popular hiking trail that features a stunning waterfall, a lush forest, and more. The best time to visit is March through November. Be sure to start early to avoid potential weekend crowds.
Laurel Falls Trail
Difficulty: Easy, Length: 2.4 mi
Popular for hiking and walking, Laurel Falls is a beautiful trail that is open all year round. It’s also a paved trail, but it’s not suitable for strollers and wheelchairs. Be sure to start early to avoid potential weekend crowds.
Chimney Tops Trail
Difficulty: Hard, Length: 3.6 mi
On the Chimney Tops Trail, hikers get to enjoy breathtaking mountain views with each step. This trail starts out flat but elevates as you make progress. Be sure to start early to avoid potential weekend crowds.
Roaring Fork Motor Nature Trail
Difficulty: Easy, Length: 6.7 mi
This is an easy driving trail for anyone that wants to enjoy the joys of hiking without having to walk. This scenic driving trail features black bears, streams, historical homes, and more.
Sugarlands Valley Nature Trail
Difficulty: Easy, Length: 0.5 mi
This is a super easy and short wheelchair-accessible and stroller-friendly trail with an option for an easy walk to downtown Gatlinburg. It takes about 10 minutes to complete and is open year-round.
Non-urgent: (leaky faucet, TV issue, etc.), please contact us via messaging through AirBNB/VRBO/etc
Emergency issues: (broken faucet, safety issue, etc.), please contact our local manager at 865.280.3438.
Community Dumpster: Located at: 628 Laurel Rd. Townsend, TN 37882