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Large, Relaxing 4 BR Pigeon Forge Tennessee Cabin

4,81(88 Bewertungen)SuperhostSevierville, Tennessee, Vereinigte Staaten
Ganze Hütte · Gastgeber: Josh And Michelle
12 Gäste4 Schlafzimmer5 Betten4,5 Bäder
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Bear Creek Lodge - Large, Spacious, Relaxing 4 Bedroom 4.5 Bath Pigeon Forge Tennessee Area Cabin - Location! Wow what a Beautiful Cabin! This cabin is in the perfect semi-secluded location surrounded by trees and your own private creek. Far away from the hustle and bustle to get the much needed R&R. But close enough to everything to see the sights. 5 minutes from the nearest entrance to Smoky Mountains National Park. 15 minutes to Pigeon Forge. 25 minutes to Gatlinburg. 15 minutes to Cades Cove

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Bear Creek Lodge! Pigeon Forge Area Cabin in Wears Valley. Owners have taken great care of this home and it shows. On the main level it features an open concept with exceptional living room with big glass windows. The cathedral style ceilings and spectacular wall of windows pulls the forest scene. With the comfortable sectional sofa, gas fireplace, and 50'' flat screen TV. A half bath is off of the living room. The kitchen with updated stainless steel appliances and granite countertops is open to the living room with a bar or have a picnic on the deck with the large picnic table and rocking chairs while listening to the rolling stream babble close by. Also on the main level are the two over-sized master bedrooms each with a king-sized bed, TV, Fire/Roku Smart TV and a full bathroom featuring relaxing jetted tubs, perfect after a long day of hiking, shopping and exploring. The bedrooms are located on both ends of the cabin giving everyone some extra privacy and space. The special attention to detail in every room makes Bear Creek Lodge a true delight. Head downstairs to the game room and theater for your movie/game watching enjoyment. It also includes an arcade game for the kids or those kids at heart. Play a game on the pool table or watch a movie or game on the impressive 60 inch 4K flat screen TV. Enjoy some popcorn in your own movie style popcorn maker. A double-sized bed in the sleeper sofa is provided for additional sleeping accommodations. Step out on to the covered porch to enjoy the private steaming hot tub with the fresh mountain air of the Smoky Mountains all around you. The game room and theater separates the two remaining master bedrooms. One offering a queen bed and the other room with two queen beds. Both with flat screen TVs, chests of drawers, night stands and private baths. Enjoy the open spaces with room to roam about and explore the wooded areas around the cabin.

We are pet friendly, but we charge a $75 pet fee per pet for the necessary cleaning for hair, etc. Because of how Airbnb charges fees, please advise us upon booking of the pets you will be bringing, and we will invoice you separately upon check in or after checkout. However as always, if the cabin is left extra dirty and/or damaged as a result of pets or otherwise we may have to charge more upon checkout.

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Bear Creek Lodge - Large, Spacious, Relaxing 4 Bedroom 4.5 Bath Pigeon Forge Tennessee Area Cabin - Location! Wow what a Beautiful Cabin! This cabin is in the perfect semi-secluded location surrounded by trees and your own private creek. Far away from the hustle and bustle to get the much needed R&R. But close enough to everything to see the sights. 5 minutes from the nearest entrance to Smoky Mountains National Park… Mehr erfahren

Schlafgelegenheiten

Schlafzimmer 1
1 Doppelbett (1,80 × 2 m)
Schlafzimmer 2
1 Doppelbett (1,80 × 2 m)
Schlafzimmer 3
1 Doppelbett (mind. 1,50 x 2 m)

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Pool: gemeinsam genutzt, im Freien
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Kostenloser Parkplatz auf dem Grundstück
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Sevierville, Tennessee, Vereinigte Staaten

Bear Creek Lodge is located in Wears Valley. Located just outside of Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Wears Valley is a small community with incredibly beautiful scenery. Named after Samuel Wears, a Revolutionary War veteran who settled in this valley in the 1790s, this community has a rich history spanning hundreds of years. With gorgeous scenery, historic sights, and tons of fun activities, there's a lot to love about this peaceful valley in the Smoky Mountains! Known as "The Peaceful Side of the Smokies," there are many perks of staying in Wears Valley. Check out this guide with the top 10 things to do in Wears Valley, TN on your next Smoky Mountain vacation!

Wears Valley connects you to Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Townsend, Cades Cove and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Wears Valley is the most central location to all of the communities, parks, hikes, attractions, dining, and adventure that is awaiting you in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee.  Make Wears Valley your vacation home on your Smoky Mountains Getaway. Our History and Our Culture remain an integral part of the experience that we, as valley residents and businesses, hope to create for our special guests.  Come, Discover, Enjoy, and Remember Wears Valley, Tennessee.  At the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

1. Enjoy Views of Cove Mountain

Wears Valley's elevation is 1,454 above sea level, but some truly stunning mountains surround this valley on all sides. Cove Mountain is the tallest mountain you'll see and it's particularly beautiful to view during autumn.
At 4,078 Ft, Cove Mountain is the most prominent peak in Wears Valley and it rises over 2,000 Ft. from the valley's floor, creating a dramatic effect.
Just by driving through the valley, visitors are treated to beautiful views of mountains. An even better way to enjoy the scenery is to reserve a Wears Valley cabin for your stay.

2. Stop At Elvira's For Lunch

A popular local institution in Wears Valley is Elvira's Cafe. This restaurant is definitely one of the best places to get lunch in Wears Valley.
The menu features a great lineup of crepes, pancakes, and sandwiches that are perfect after a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Elvira's is a local favorite that earns stellar reviews from visitors as well!

3. Visit Headrick Chapel

Built in 1902, Headrick Chapel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and it’s a lovely place to stop in Wears Valley. This small white chapel in the mountains has been a center of community life and religion in Wears Valley for over 100 years. According to legend, local residents chose the site for the chapel when a thunderbolt struck and destroyed an old oak tree on the hill where the chapel now stands. Better yet, the Headrick Chapel offers lovely views of the valley.

4. Check out the Metcalf Bottoms Park Entrance

Wears Valley is home to a lesser known entrance to the park that goes to the Metcalf Bottoms Picnic Area. From here, you can access other parts of the Park like Cades Cove and Elkmont, but Metcalf Bottoms has plenty to explore. This beautiful spot on the Little River is has several hiking trails to the Historic Little Greenbrier community. By taking the Metcalf Bottoms Trail, you van visit an old schoolhouse, graveyard, and the Walker Sisters cabin.

From Wears Valley Road, turn onto Line Springs Ln and follow it into the national park via Line Springs Rd. To reach the picnic area, continue on Wear Cove Gap Rd until you reach Little River Gorge Road. Before you co hiking in the national park, you can pick up anything you need at Great Smoky Mountain Outfitters a local outdoor gear and hiking shop.

5. Tour Wears Valley's Moonshine Distillery

Though Tennessee Moonshine Distillery is one of the newer businesses in Wears Valley, it's actually inspired by something that goes back to the valley's earliest days: moonshining. To make a living, farmers in remote communities like Wears Valley often turned to making corn liquor by the light of the moon to escape revenuers. Take a tour of the distillery to learn more about the history of moonshine in the Smokies and try some free samples for yourself at this distillery in Wears Valley, TN.

6. Ride a Mountain Coaster

Some of the newest attractions in Wears Valley are mountain coasters, unique roller coasters that are built into the topography of mountains. These specialized rides are a great way to explore nature also getting your adrenaline fix. There are two mountain coasters located on Wears Valley road close to Pigeon Forge.

Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster

The Coaster at Goats on the Roof

7. Fly High on Wears Valley Zip Lines

There's no better way to explore the beauty of Smoky Mountain forests than taking a zip line tour. Wears Valley Zip Line Adventures is a local outfitter that features some of the most thrilling zip lines in the Smokies. In fact, one of their zip lines is 2000 feet long and 275 feet off the ground. The zip line course is fully forested and features views of Mt. LeConte and other peaks inside the national park.

8. Go Horseback Riding with Walden's Creek Stables

This local horseback riding stable is offers a favorite activity in the Smokies: guided horseback rides through the mountains. Walden’s Creek provides tours of trails outside the national park and offers the chance to see historic homes, moonshine stills, and beautiful Smoky Mountain views. Walden's Creek Stable also offers a Wild West Adventure show complete with a barbecue dinner, a wagon tour through the mountains, and bonfire.

9. Hunt for Treasure at the Friendly Falls Gem Mine

According to legend, local Cherokee buried gold in Wears Valley before they were forced to leave their homeland on the infamous Trail of Tears.
While some have searched for hidden Cherokee treasure in Wears Valley, you'll have an easier time finding beautiful gems at the Friendly Falls Gem Mine! This beautiful stop on Wears Valley road features a local crafts store, a private waterfall, a restaurant, and a creek-side mining flume for gem mining. Kids love sifting through the silt to find beautiful emeralds, sapphires, and rubies. Who knows, you might even strike it rich on your trip to Friendly Falls!

10. Visit the Great Smoky Mountains Heritage Center

This private museum in nearby Townsend, TN is an excellent way to explore the history and culture of Appalachia. With excellent indoor exhibits and several outdoor cabins, cantilever barns, and other preserved buildings, The Great Smoky Mountain Heritage Center has a lot to see. From ancient Cherokee artifacts to preserved banjo from a Cades Cove resident, you can explore thousands of years of history of the Smoky Mountains. Better yet, this museum also hosts live bluegrass concerts in the summer months.
Bear Creek Lodge is located in Wears Valley. Located just outside of Pigeon Forge and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Wears Valley is a small community with incredibly beautiful scenery. Named after S…

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