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Little Cabin in the Smokies, Private and romantic!

Private, romantic mountain cabin near Pigeon Forge. Cozy cabin atmosphere with heart shaped tub, hot tub outside and wood burning fireplace! If you want to get away from it all and enjoy the true beauty of the area this cabin is for you! Located about 20 minutes from downtown Pigeon Forge we are in a quiet wooded area full of nature.Enjoy a staycation with a hottub,hearttub and movies and games. In the fall enjoy the beautiful leaf change in the summer the nature and wildlife! Winter mtn view!

$90 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
🐻Great View, Location, Studio Log Cabin, Hot Tub⛰

Welcome to Changes in Attitudes! Perfect for Couples. Killer Location. Amazing View. - 600 sq ft Studio Log Cabin - 1 King Bed - Multicade with 12 games - Hot Tub - Electric Fireplace - Easy Paved Roads - 55" TV with Streaming - Hardwood Floors - CUTE!! - Charcoal Grill - High Speed WiFi, 1 Gig Internet connection - Peaceful - Full Kitchen - Great Rates! - Close to Hiking New cabin for us but check out 2000+ reviews on our other cabins in the area.

$152 per night
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Creekside Cabin at Shady Grove Farm

Nestled on a beautiful Tennessee hillside, this rustic cabin is a great place to relax from the busyness of life. With all the necessary amenities it is perfect whether you’re staying just a night or a week. It is settled on Shady Grove Farm and tucked between a rolling pasture and tranquil woods. The cabin is just minutes away from Lilly Bluff Overlook and 14 miles from Frozen Head State park. The Obed River is also nearby.

$79 per night

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Cottages for rent in Tennessee

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  2. Pioneer
The Ambleside Cottage
$74 per night
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  2. Pikeville
Watermore Cottage
$105 per night
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  2. Walland
Blackberry Studio Cottage
$79 per night
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  2. Lancaster
Caney Cottage on the River
$180 per night
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  2. Sevierville
Lady Lydia's Cottage on the Pond
$89 per night
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  2. Cornersville
The Alexander
$90 per night
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  2. Sevierville
Tucked in the foothills, minutes from Pigeon Forge
$94 per night
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  2. Smithville
Wooded Hideaway on Center Hill Lake
$98 per night
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  2. Gainesboro
A vintage cottage in historic downtown Gainesboro
$86 per night
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  2. Carthage
The Farmhouse...One Mile from Caney Fork Boat Ramp
$90 per night
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  2. Hickman
Gibbs Farm Cottage; Kids and Pets Welcome
$94 per night
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  2. Ashland City
Writing and Spiritual Retreat Cabin
$42 per night

Cabins with a pool for rent in Tennessee

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Talley's Cabins/Breakfast by Dale Hollow Lake #3
$123 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
'Breathtaking View' Cabin w/Covered Deck & Hot Tub
$148 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
‘Two Hearts’ Gatlinburg Cabin w/Hot Tub, Amenities
$106 per night
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Heaven's Gate Cabin 1
$156 per night
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Pet Friendly, Studio Cabin w/ Hot Tub!
$138 per night
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  2. Pigeon Forge
"The Sweet Retreat" Gorgeous Cabin In Pigeon Forge
$226 per night
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  2. Sevierville
SECLUDED, INSANE VIEWS, and SO MUCH TO DO!
$171 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
Lovers' Hideaway, 1 Bedroom, Jetted Tub, Private, Pool Table, Sleeps 4
$110 per night
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♥ ♥ Relaxing Mountain Getaway | Hot Tub, Wifi ♥ ♥
$141 per night
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Hearts Desire private tub & jacuzzi dog friendly
$133 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
Special! October Weekday $129/Nt! Hot Tub G'burg
$150 per night
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  2. Sevierville
epic cabin w/ breathtaking 50 mile hot tub views
$239 per night

Weekend cabins in Tennessee

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  2. Tellico Plains
Cupid's Cove Cabin in SE TN Mountains
$95 per night
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  2. Coalmont
The Coalmont Cabin - Waterfront Retreat
$254 per night
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  2. Greenbrier
Nashville Area Country Cabin/Coyote Creek
$92 per night
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  2. Sevierville
❤️ Cute Studio Cabin! Views! Private. Hot Tub. Relax!
$150 per night
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  2. Gatlinburg
Sweet Surrender, 1 Bedroom, Hot Tub, WiFi, Sleeps 2
$106 per night
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Hard To Believe Views GSMNP/Near DwTn Gatlinburg
$173 per night
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The "Eleanor Rigby" DIRECT STREAM FRONT W HOT TUB
$102 per night
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Stunning mountain top view! This cabin has it all!
$200 per night
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🐻 Nice View ⛰ Fireplace, Hot Tub, Porch Bed, Private
$166 per night
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The Kabin. Your home away from home
$95 per night
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Lazy River NO PET FEE
$159 per night
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  2. Sevierville
LJ's COZY GETAWAY
$143 per night

Your guide to Tennessee

All About Tennessee

Tied for the state with the most borders (eight, with Missouri), Tennessee touches on a little bit of everything: history, culture, nature. One of the more northern of the southern states, it’s known for dry-rub barbecue, being the birthplace of country music, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park with its glorious 522,427 acres of old-growth forests, mountain peaks, and waterfalls. Tennessee’s two largest cities, Memphis and Nashville, draw visitors from around the globe looking to light it up at their honky tonks, restaurants, and music halls. While on the quiet banks of the Tennessee River Chattanooga is awash in greenspaces, art museums, and jaw-drop views from atop Lookout Mountain.

If you crave a dose of throwback charm to go with your national park gateway town, Gatlinburg has campy throwback attractions like pancake houses, wax museums, and moonshine distilleries all within close proximity of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


How do I get around Tennessee?

There are four major airports located in Tennessee: Memphis International Airport (MEM), Nashville International Airport (BNA), Knoxville’s McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS), and Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA). Once you land, a rental car is the best choice as the cities are spread out and rural areas have little to no alternative transportation available. The four largest cities will have bus services, and you’ll be able to use the major rideshare apps or find a local taxi. There is a limited trolley service that runs between Gatlingburg, Sevierville, and Pigeon Forge, but you’ll still need a car to make the most of the national park.


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

In spring, the irises bloom, days are warm, and the humidity is low, but you’ll encounter more rain than you might expect, so come prepared with an umbrella. During late April, you can see the pastel blooms of the dogwood trees at Knoxville’s Dogwood Arts Fair. Summer is the peak season for vacation rentals in Tennessee as days are long and hot, city patios are open, and the region's biggest music festivals take place. Summer thunderstorms are common in the evenings and bring refreshing cool breezes. The brief fall is one of the most enjoyable times in Tennessee, when the weather cools off and foliage lures visitors to the mountains. Winter is the off-season; you’ll want plenty of layers for the cold, although snow is rare in all of the major cities.


What are the top things to do in Tennessee?

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park, welcoming more than 10 million visitors each year. These mountain peaks formed hundreds of millions of years ago, and they’re now filled with more than 100 different species of trees, about two black bears per square mile, white-tailed deer, salamanders, and more than 200 varieties of birds. The park has paved roads for auto touring, hiking trails that reach popular destinations like Rainbow Falls and Andrews Bald, and 2,900 miles of streams that you can fish with a license.

Music museums

Tennessee has been the epicenter of many musical genres, including blues, rock ‘n’ roll, bluegrass, and modern country. Head to Memphis for the blues of Beale Street, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, the rock ‘n’ roll mecca of Sun Studios and the mother of them all, Elvis’ Graceland. In Nashville, you’ll find the Country Music Hall of Fame, the African American Music Museum, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and an overwhelming amount of live music every night.

Nashville

Tennessee’s capital has been revitalized in recent years thanks to an influx of young creatives, and while it’s known for country music landmarks like Broadway’s honky tonks and Music Row’s recording studios, Nashville also has award-winning upscale restaurants, record stores, professional hockey and football teams, community-focused festivals like August’s Tomato Art Fest, a thriving cafe culture, niche museums, and laid-back nightlife in East Nashville.