Nothing creates that Smoky Mountain atmosphere like pine-paneled walls, overstuffed furniture and a roaring fire in the hearth. You’ll find all this and more in our semi-secluded cabins in Gatlinburg. Here are just a few of the ways in which they will provide you with the restful vacation you’ve been waiting for:
1. Room for All
Whether your party is large or small, there’s a semi-secluded Timber Tops Luxury Cabin for you. From cozy one-bedroom love nests to seven-bedroom party homes to the spectacular, too-big-to-call-a-cabin Great Smoky Lodge, you’ll find the space you need at the price you want to pay. See how much fun it can be to house your entire group under a single roof.
2. Privacy When You Want it, Companionship When You Don’t
Semi-secluded means that other cabins are nearby, but you can’t see them or be seen by them. If you are traveling with another family, you can rent semi-secluded cabins that are just a few minutes from one another. On the other hand, you’ll also appreciate that no one can watch as you doze on the deck, drink in the view, or bask in the warmth of the hot tub.
3. A Pure and Healthy Atmosphere
Everyone knows the benefits of clean mountain air. While staying in a semi-secluded cabin, you’ll never have to breathe in traffic fumes or the smoke from a neighbor’s cigar. Here, you can rest and recuperate while the the fresh air lifts your mood and soothes your sensibilities.
4. Something for Everyone
Timber Top believes in making every guest happy. While not all of our cabins provide the same amenities, most do offer:
- First-floor sleeping quarters
- Outdoor fire pits
- Views of woodland, mountains, or creek
- Hot tubs
- Internet access
To top it all off, many of our offerings welcome pets and sport cheery decorations for a cozy winter mountain holiday.
If you haven’t yet been to the Smoky Mountains, what are you waiting for? Your family and friends are sure to love a stay at one of our luxurious semi-secluded cabins in Gatlinburg, a place where the memories you make will last forever and going home will be the hardest part.
For more information about staying with Timber Tops, visit our Gatlinburg Cabins FAQ page.