Bellagio Bear Cabin in Pigeon Forge: Where Vegas Luxury Meets Smoky Mountain Charm

Bellagio Bear Cabin in Pigeon ForgeThe true definition of “work hard, play hard,” the Bellagio Bear cabin rental in Pigeon Forge is the ultimate in Smoky Mountain luxury. Offering five bedrooms and five and a half baths, there is no more luxurious or relaxing cabin rental for you and your family to enjoy spending time together this vacation than inside the Bellagio Bear Cabin.

With the ability to sleep up to 16 adult guests, the Bellagio Bear Cabin is perfect for large groups traveling to the Smokies this season. Church groups, family reunions and business retreats can all enjoy a relaxing stay and breathtaking mountain views from inside this Pigeon Forge cabin.

Aside from spectacular views, guests to this Pigeon Forge cabin will enjoy a host of premier amenities including:

  • Granite countertops

  • 5 king beds

  • view from Bellagio Bear Cabin in Pigeon ForgeOutdoor picnic table

  • Large projector-screen tv

  • Charcoal Grill

  • Gas Fireplace

  • Hot Tub

  • Huge movie theater room

  • 30 foot ceilings

  • Wrap-around deck

  • Separate game room

  • Exclusive access to the outdoor pool area at the Pigeon Forge Community Center

Whether you are looking to unwind in front of a warm fire,enjoy a warm cup of coffee on a secluded back porch, or host your own movie premier, this Pigeon Forge cabin is perfect for you!

Just minutes away from all the popular attractions, shows, theaters and restaurants in Pigeon Forge, this spacious cabin offers everything you and your family will need for a fun and relaxing trip to the Smokies.

To reserve your family or group’s next stay at the Bellagio Bear cabin in Pigeon Forge today, call Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals a call at (877) 549-6775. Starting at just $450/night, this Pigeon Forge cabin is both luxurious and affordable!

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About Mal Alder

Mal Alder is a graduate of the University of Tennessee where she studied Creative Writing with a minor in Journalism and Electronic Media. Beyond writing, her interests include politics, new technology and anything involving the Smoky Mountains. When she's not at work she can be found at the dog park, a bookstore or a golf course, depending on the weather.