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4 Reasons to Spend This Thanksgiving in a Gatlinburg Cabin

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September 29, 2014

Thanksgiving is a time for giving thanks and celebrating with family, and a Gatlinburg cabin provides the perfect environment to enjoy this special holiday! Here are four great reasons to spend this Turkey Day in the Smokies:

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1. Gorgeous Surroundings

When spending Thanksgiving in Gatlinburg, you will certainly be able to give thanks for the spectacular views surrounding your cabin! The stunning scenery of the Great Smoky Mountains provides an ideal backdrop as you celebrate the season. As the turkey cooks in the oven, just imagine relaxing by the fireplace as you enjoy gorgeous mountain vistas through one of the many cabin windows.

2. Complete Amenities

Our Gatlinburg cabins have all the amenities that you need to prepare your Thanksgiving feast. Full kitchens provide all the comforts of home, including refrigerators to store all those leftovers! Once the meal is prepared, everyone will be delighted to gather around the dinner table while admiring the cabin’s decor. After enjoying your meal, there is no need to worry about clean up as your cabin’s full sink and dishwasher make it a breeze!

3. Activities for Everyone

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After a huge Thanksgiving meal, you may want to take a hike, play a game, or even take a nap. Regardless of your choice, by spending Thanksgiving in Gatlinburg, you have plenty of options! Step outside of your cabin to hike on plenty of trails in the area, or simply take a walk into town. Many cabins have pool tables and other games, or you can bring a favorite board game from home to challenge the family. However, if a nap sounds best, feel free to curl up in one of our comfortable beds!

4. Delicious Thanksgiving Meals in Town

As an alternative to cooking in your cabin, leave your Thanksgiving meal to the locals! Several Gatlinburg restaurants open their doors for Thanksgiving feasts, including the Applewood Farmhouse, Bennett’s Pit Bar-B-Que and Seasons of Ober. With no cooking or clean up, this leaves plenty of time at your cabin for relaxation!

Start planning your Thanksgiving in the Great Smoky Mountains by checking out our three bedroom cabins in Gatlinburg!

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