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Tellico Cabins, Cowboy cabin with hot tub.

Cowboy Lodge is a spacious studio, It has a kingsize bed, stacked stone electric fireplace, satellite TV with DVD. There’s a full kitchen, washer/dryer, and separate bathroom. Cook up some grub on the charcoal grill and then relax in the hot tub. There is a one-time 35.00 for one pet and 50.00 for two, with a two pet maximum. We now have high speed internet We are located close to Tellico River and the National Forest, also about 4 miles from town.

$100 per night
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Skyline Cabin

New cabin in a gated community with the best 180 degree views in all of Tellico Plains! Only three miles from the Tellico River and town. Large deck and new charcoal grill (seasonings/condiments provided in kitchen) and private hot tub. Smart TV with high-speed internet/WiFi.

$188 per night
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Rafter Retreat

Due to the steep grade we encourage only renting if you are in a 4-wheel drive vehicle. The road to the cabin is 3/10 of a mile long and a steep hike if your vehicle does not make the climb... fair warning. Secluded cabin on 12 acres with no neighbors. The property borders the Cherokee National Forest and is 7 miles from Indian Boundry Lake and the Cherohala Skyway... Dog(s) only friendly property... If you are bringing a dog there will be a $75 pet fee in addition to your cleaning fee.

$133 per night

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Silver Top Cabins at the Tellico Overlook Cabin 2
$61 per night
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Historic Refurbished Tellico Home
$100 per night
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Tellico River Retreat
$92 per night
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Trout Mountain Inn - Suite B
$140 per night
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Tellico River Retreat
$199 per night
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The Couples Coach at Bear Lane RV-1
$86 per night
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The Springdale at the Overlook
$62 per night
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Tellico Farm Cottage
$121 per night
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Riverfront Premium Cabin, 3 Bed-3.5 Bath sleeps 10
$382 per night
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Tellico River, River Impressions 1800 Cherohala.
$90 per night
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Tellico River 2 bedroom across the road
$145 per night
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HIldegard’s Cottage
$115 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Tellico Plains

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Cupid's Cove Cabin in SE TN Mountains
$96 per night
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Bear Cabin with Hot Tub
$100 per night
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Eagles Nest
$165 per night
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Little House On The Quarry
$130 per night
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Mountaintop Lodge with Garage!! Incredible Views!!
$203 per night
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NEW! The "Cabin in the Pines" w/ Hot Tub
$139 per night
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Away from it all in the Smokies!
$141 per night
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Lakefront Escape Bordering Nat Park w/ Hot Tub!
$125 per night
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Secluded Cozy Mountain View Cabin on 6 Acres
$193 per night
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Romantic, pet friendly cabin with private hot tub, washer/dryer and full kitchen
$135 per night
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Perfectly private! Hot tub, king sized bed, grill, washer/dryer, and motorcycle friendly!
$135 per night
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The Mountaineer Cabin at Starr Mountain Retreat
$146 per night

Vacation rentals with jacuzzis in Tellico Plains

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Beautiful Room Just Waiting for You!(POOL IS OPEN)
$65 per night
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Tellico Cabins, Angler cabin with Hot Tub
$110 per night
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Tellico cabins, Deer Cabin With Hot Tub
$101 per night
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Get Away from it all and relax in the country!
$124 per night
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Lake Front View of The Smokies! #BearPawResort 🐾
$175 per night
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River Cabin 3
$135 per night
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Deluxe log cabin! Pet and motorcycle friendly - enjoy nature with family and friends!
$390 per night
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Lost Creek Cabins #1 Blackbird
$115 per night
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The Hangout. Hike Raft & relax pool
$175 per night
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Lake Community Retreat
$138 per night
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2 - 16 Person Lodge cabin near Hiwassee River
$500 per night
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Lost Creek Cabins #4 Sarah
$115 per night

Your guide to Tellico Plains

Welcome to Tellico Plains

If you want to visit the Smoky Mountains but escape the tourist crush, Tellico Plains is just the place for you. Celebrated for its rustic charm, this mountain town sits at the crossroads of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Cherokee National Forest; it’s also an easy drive across the North Carolina state line to Nantahala National Forest. Tellico Plains is positioned along two scenic byways — Tail of the Dragon, with its 318 curves in a tight 11-mile stretch, and Cherohala Skyway — that are popular motorcycle routes, bringing an eclectic mix of vacationers to make their base here. Though there are a handful of small businesses that lend the town its charm, make no mistake: You’re booking one of the cabins in Tellico Plains to spend some one-on-one time with Mother Nature. In neighboring McMinn County a century ago, state representative Harry Burn went down in history as the tie-breaking vote in the 36th and final state to ratify the 19th Amendment, meaning there’s plenty of women’s suffrage history in this area, too, for those who like their vacation to have a little educational value.


How do I get around Tellico Plains?

The closest airport to Tellico Plains is McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS), which is 46 miles northeast in Knoxville and has daily nonstop service to cities across the United States. If you’re flying in from overseas, you may be arriving via Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), which is 150 miles south, or Nashville International Airport (BNA), which is 200 miles northwest of Tellico Plains. Though much smaller than the area’s other airports, Chattanooga Airport (CHA) has direct service to a handful of U.S. cities each day and is 69 miles southwest of Tellico Plains. You’ll need a car to get to and around Tellico Plains, as well as to explore the nearby Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


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

Thanks to its altitude, Tellico Plains doesn’t get as unbearably hot as other parts of Tennessee, and summer couldn’t be a more ideal time to take advantage of all the nearby waterfalls in the Smokies and Cherokee National Forest. Early fall is undoubtedly one of the prettiest times of year to visit the hardwood forests and the mountains, and lucky for travelers, September and October are typically warm and dry before Tennessee’s rainy season starts closer to winter. The colors are particularly bold at the peak of foliage season each autumn.


What are the top things to do in Tellico Plains?

The Lost Sea

Today, the Lost Sea in Sweetwater bears the distinction of being America’s largest underground lake, but its documented history has been traced back many millennia. Once used by the Cherokee — and with fossilized animal bones found here that date back 20,000 years — the Lost Sea has been open to the public for more than a century, first as a nightclub with a dance floor and now as a popular guided tour by glass-bottomed boat.

Conasauga Falls Trail

Many of the waterfalls in and around the Smokies require a long drive, then several hours by foot to reach, but Conasauga Falls Trail is an easy 1.5-mile round trip. Around 30 feet in height, this series of cascades empties out into a shallow pool that’s perfect for wading in the warmer months.

The Cherohala Skyway

Winding its way 41 miles from Tellico Plains through the lush landscape of Tennessee and into North Carolina, Cherohala Skyway — or “the Mile High Legend,” as it’s also known — bypasses the crest of the Smokies and some of the prettiest land of the Cherokee National Forest.