and Log Cabin Rentals
- These privately-owned Great Smoky Mountain log cabins and chalets
usually serve as vacation homes for the owners for several weeks
a year. The rest of the time they're available for vacation rental.
You benefit from their choice location (mountain views or stream
side), privacy, and a full kitchen which gives the option of preparing
your own meals. Another benefit includes the capacity of some
to sleep up to 16 people. All have amenities such as Jacuzzi jetted
hot tub, wood-burning fireplace, satellite or cable TV, and barbeque
grill. Larger groups such as family reunions or weddings can be
accommodated by reserving adjacent homes. In season, the cost
per night averages $135.
- both luxury and economy, are available for rental on the parkway
in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, and other major city thoroughfares
or in quieter more secluded settings within minutes of all shopping
and recreational activities of the Smoky Mtns area. Amenities
can usually include pool, laundry, game room, and fitness center.
Rentals by Owner
- Smoky Mountain, Cosby, Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville,
and Townsend, Tennessee vacation rentals offered directly from
Smokies Bed and Breakfast and Country Inns -
There has been a dramatic rise in preference for Great Smoky
Mountain B&B accommodations in the past few years. One reason
for this growth is because the innkeeper pampers the guest.
As the name implies, the price includes breakfast, which can
range from the continental style to a full country breakfast.
The innkeeper always has excellent recommendations for local
dining, recreational activities, and sightseeing. In season,
prices average about $125 a night per couple. Rod's Guide includes
a directory of B&Bs in the Smokies and Southern Highlands
- Condos are available for rental on the parkway in Gatlinburg
and other major city thoroughfares or in quieter more secluded
settings within minutes of all shopping and recreational activities
of the Smoky Mtns area. Amenities can usually include pool,
laundry, game room, and fitness center.
Lodge - LeConte
Lodge, the highest inn providing lodging for visitors in the
East (and the only real lodging in the Smoky Mountains National
Park), can accommodate an average of 45 guests per night, and
normally fills up a year in advance. The only way to get to
the lodge is to hike--five major trails drape the mountain,
the most scenic and popular of which is the Alum Cave Bluff
Trail. The nightly charge per visitor is $80 and includes dinner
- Inexpensive and casual, these facilities cater to tent campers,
RV owners, or a combination of both. Rod's Guide features a
directory of all types, and also includes a special section
adapted from Johnny Molloy's suggestions from his new guide
"The Best in Tent Camping:Smoky
Mountains". Average cost per night: $8 for tent sites.