How to Celebrate a Romantic Weekend in the Smoky Mountains

With the first day of winter right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to start planning a romantic weekend in the Smoky Mountains. The area is filled with ways to create a romantic vacation to the Smokies, so we’ve put together a few steps to creating a stress-free vacation.

1. Relax

Relax, you’re on vacation! You made the trip to the Smoky Mountains because you wanted to get away and rest. You were probably looking to spend time relaxing with the fresh air of the mountains, and at Timber Tops Cabin Rentals, we can make that happen.

2. Stay in a One Bedroom Cabin

Our one bedroom cabins with a hot tub are perfect for celebrating any special occasion. After spending time out on the town, you can return to the cabin to soothe away any stress in the hot tub. If you are looking for something else to do, you can curl up on the couch and watch a movie with a bowl of popcorn. Our cabin rentals are all unique and each of them has a different set of amenities to make your vacation even more special, so whether you’re looking for a hot tub, indoor fireplace or even an indoor pool, we have the best cabin for you.

There are 3 really easy steps to finding the best romantic cabin in Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg:

  • Decide which amenities you would like in your cabin
  • Choose when you’d like to take your vacation
  • Give us a call and we’ll help you decide on the best cabin available for your romantic weekend in the Smoky Mountains

3. Spend Time Togethercouple enjoying a romantic vacation in Pigeon Forge

When you’re planning a romantic vacation, make sure you plan plenty of time to spend time together. It’s not all about going out and seeing the popular attractions. Sometimes it’s better to sit back and relax with one another in the cabin rather than going out and spending money. To some, quality time is even better than going out.

If you’d rather spend time out and about and you’re looking to explore the area, take advantage of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – plus, it’s absolutely free to visit. A couple of popular areas to explore in the winter months are Cades Cove and driving along Newfound Gap Road. If you plan to go hiking, keep in mind that some of the upper elevations in the national park is much colder than the lower elevations, so you’ll want to wear lots of layers. Even in the winter, since the weather in the lower elevations is something not that cold, there’s lots of places you can kick back and enjoy a short picnic while you’re hiking, too.

Reserve Your Romantic Cabin in the Smoky Mountains

With cabins in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg and throughout the area, we can help you create a peaceful and romantic stay in the mountains. To get started with planning your romantic weekend in the Smoky Mountains, take a look at our cabin rental specials and get started with your plans right away.