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Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Festival

Easter marks the arrival of the annual arts and crafts festival in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Members of the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community work hard all year to make unique country crafts reminiscent of life in this Smoky Mountain community. Some of the wares offered include hand woven baskets, quilts, dolls, and paintings. The event will be held April 4 through 7, 2012 at the Gatlinburg Convention Center, and best of all admission to this craft show is free.

Where to stay in Gatlinburg

Visitors to the arts and crafts festival can enjoy this event even more by staying at Timber Tops cabins in Gatlinburg. These rentals are extremely luxurious and offer a private and breathtaking view of the surrounding mountains. Some of the amenities at these Gatlinburg cabins include both indoor and outdoor fireplaces, hot tubs, pool tables, fully-equipped kitchens, and flat-panel televisions. There are cabins for couples, families, and large group outings.
Staying at this Gatlinburg cabin rental will allow visitors to be very close to the Convention Center and other downtown attractions. Some of the nearby attractions include the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, the Gatlinburg aquarium, shopping and fine dining.
To make reservations, visitors should go to http://www.yourcabin.com/ to find out more about the cabins that are available. They can also call Timber Tops at 877-549-6775 24 hours a day or click the button titled “push2chat” for a live text messaging option.