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Evening Majesty has an unbelievable view

Cabins In The Clouds is a small family run business that prides itself on quick responses to our guests needs and the "personal touch" Our goal is to Answer all questions, concerns, and inquiries as quickly as possible. Make sure we supply our guest with all of the information they need to have the best vacation possible. Take care of any issues our guest may have during their vacation efficiently and in a timely manner. Keep the line of communication open.

$220 per night
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Leroy's Quiet and Cozy Cabin

This little cabin is a great ending to a day of hiking in The Smokies or being entertained on The Parkway. Located in a quiet area, 10 minutes from The Parkway, there are only 3 other cabins on this dead end road. Great Smoky Mountain Nat'l Park- 15 miles away, Pigeon Forge- 6 miles away, Dollywood- 9 miles away. No crazy roads. Enjoy the hot tub on the spacious deck, along with a swing, chairs and grill. Cozy up to the indoor fireplace and smart TV, Wifi. 2 people, no smoking, no pets.

$124 per night
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Stunning mountain top view! This cabin has it all!

With its unforgettable panoramic views and clouds, tasteful decors, and full list of amenities, Eagle's View has the allure of a private mountain paradise away from it all... Eagle's View is your ultimate mountain getaway that offers a perfect blend of privacy and convenience all in one. Sitting on the peak of Bluff Mountain, the cabin is minutes away from all attractions and beautiful National Park. These views simply cannot be beat! Great for Honeymoons, anniversaries, romantic getaways.

$200 per night

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The Kabin. Your home away from home
$95 per night
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Majestic mountain views | Secluded Cabin | Hot Tub
$192 per night
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✦✦SMOKY MOUNTAIN RESORT✦✦ 1 BEDROOM DELUXE ✦
$90 per night
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Parkway Paradise
$137 per night
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⛰ View! Private! Hot Tub,Pool Table,Fireplace,RELAX!
$141 per night
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Serenity In The Smokies
$125 per night
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Striking Cabin with a Hot Tub and Mountain Views
$199 per night
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Hidden Springs Cabin w/ Hot Tub: 2 Mi to Dollywood
$100 per night
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Free Dollywood tix-Relaxing Hot tub & just updated
$132 per night
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Tucked in the foothills, minutes from Pigeon Forge
$94 per night
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⚡️Electric Forest🌲❤️ Fairytale Experience🐕Friendly🔥🛀
$157 per night
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★★ Relaxing family retreat | Hot tub, 2BR+Loft ★★
$96 per night

Chalet rentals in Sevierville

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Hot Tub ★ Quiet ★1 Mile to The Island 🎢🎡
$106 per night
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Honey Ridge Cabin
$119 per night
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Pet friendly/Hot tub/High speed internet/Location!
$179 per night
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🔥 Fire Pit | Enchanted Cottage | Smoky Mountains 🍂
$183 per night
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RiverFront Luxury Chalet - 2Kayaks / 2miles to FUN
$152 per night
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SelahWay,<1 mile Pkway*pool*spa tub*arcade*firepit
$196 per night
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Fire Pit ★ Hot Tub ★ One Mile to The Island 🎢🎡
$190 per night
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American Dream
$148 per night
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Endless Love | ❤ Romantic Getaway + 👙 Soak in the Hot Tub
$76 per night
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Simple Pleasures - Amazing Views - Secluded
$275 per night
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Hightop Haven-Newly Renovated
$160 per night
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River Frontage & 1 mile from Pigeon Forge Parkway!
$201 per night

Your guide to Sevierville

All About Sevierville

Located about 30 minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park in east Tennessee is the small mountain city of Sevierville. Known to most as the hometown of a Grammy-winning petite blonde country songwriter with a big personality, the city has been transformed into a kitschy Southern vacation destination in recent decades with interactive museums, theaters, a waterpark, zipline courses, underground caverns, and moonshine distilleries.

Sevierville’s historic downtown has recently been revitalized with new murals, a quilting shop, a cafe with fresh-baked donuts, and boutiques. About 15 minutes away by car, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have ski lifts that run all year, dinner shows, trampoline parks, and comedy clubs. For a quieter, more restful getaway, there are plenty of cozy log cabins away from the city center where you can unplug with panoramic views of the surrounding mountain peaks.


How do I get around Sevierville?

The closest airport is Knoxville's McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS), about an hour’s drive from most cabins in Sevierville. Taxi services and rideshares are available at the airport, but you’ll want to rent a car if you plan to visit Great Smoky Mountains National Park during your trip. Inside the center of the city, it’s possible to get around on the public trolley, which also runs to Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. You can walk around the historic district, but you’ll need to take a car to get to most cabin rentals in Sevierville and the activities along the main parkway.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sevierville?

Fall is a popular season in Sevierville with visitors hoping to see the blazing red and golden leaves and enjoy the crisp, cool weather. Winter temperatures are cold and it snows about six inches each year, but Smoky Mountain Winterfest decks the region out in millions of holiday lights, making it a great time to cozy up by the fire in your Sevierville chalet. Spring can be a bit unpredictable, so expect a mix of warm and cooler days with plenty of rain. Most visitors book their Sevierville rentals during the summer, where warm-weather hikers enjoy the trails and then cool off in swimming holes along the Little Pigeon River. It’s always a good idea to bring layers throughout the year as the varied elevation makes for cooler temperatures, especially at night.


What are the top things to do in Sevierville?

Tennessee Museum of Aviation

Located at the Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Airport (GKT), this interactive museum houses a collection of fighter planes from World War II through the present. Exhibits with military medals, flight suits, and timelines pay homage to pilots from different eras, and there are spontaneous flight demonstrations on the airway. The museum’s hangar has vast collections of military vehicles, aircraft engines, helicopters, and more.

Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community

Appalachia has a strong crafting tradition that is highly influenced by its Scots-Irish immigrants, and this eight-mile outpost houses workshops and galleries where more than 100 artists, makers, and crafters work and sell to the public. The local trolley will get you here, and it makes several stops along the Arts & Crafts route so you can see it all. Expect to find whittled wood sculptures, pottery, colorful quilts, woven baskets, paintings, silver jewelry, soaps, musical instruments, and jams and preserves made with locally grown produce.

Dollywood

Straddling the line between Sevierville and Pigeon Forge is this campy amusement park with a mountain theme. Although summer is the most popular season for visitors due to the school holiday, fall might be the most fun as the weather is cool and the park is decorated for the annual Fall Festival. There are 16 adrenaline-pumping roller coasters as well as calmer rides. Food stalls serve Southern foods like barbecue and country ham, and you’ll find a surprising number of Appalachian craftspeople and artisans inside of the many souvenir shops educating the public about their specialties. And don’t miss the daily live theater and musical performances around the park which offer a welcome break from the sun.