Top 3 Reasons You Should Honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains

Dream Weaver one bedroom cabin in Pigeon Forge deckCongratulations! All the stress and worry of planning a wedding is behind you, and all that is left is the fun and excitement of a lifetime of happiness. And what better way to kick off spending the rest of your life with your best friend than with an exciting trip to the Smokies? Timber Tops Luxury Cabin Rentals has put a list of the top three reasons couples should spend their honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains.

Mountain Views

Everywhere you turn there is a new and beautiful mountain scene to experience. Whether you decide to spend your time hiking the trails or shopping in downtown Gatlinburg, the beautiful rolling hills of the Smoky Mountains are always there to create the perfect backdrop and photo op.

Exciting Things To Do

Whether you are staying for a week, or can only come for a romantic weekend, couples choosing to honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains will love all the fun and exciting things to do in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg! Whatever you and your newlywed decide to do, you are sure to leave with fond memories of your romantic honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains.

Secluded Smoky Mountain Cabin Rentals

It’s your honeymoon! This is the time meant for you and your new spouse to spend some alone time together before heading back to the hustle and bustle of everyday life, so of course you don’t want to be bothered by noisy neighbors or loud traffic sounds. By choosing to stay in one of Timber Tops’ romantic one bedroom cabins in Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg, couples can enjoy the peace and quiet of the Smoky Mountains.

To begin planning your romantic honeymoon in the Smoky Mountains today, give us a call at (877) 549-6775. Our friendly and knowledgeable reservation team will be happy to answer any and all questions you and your new spouse may have.

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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.