Romantics prefer the private atmosphere of cabin or condo rentals with mountain views, a refreshing hot tub and flickering fireplace. For the picture perfect family vacation, chalet or luxury vacation rentals offer spacious living areas, game room extras, outdoor grills and cozy lofts for a flawless family vacation. With hundreds of rental accommodations, you can meet your budget and match your preferences with value-packed rental selections. And, you’ll book with confidence, after reading the candid reviews of former guests.
The Great Smokies have lured mountain lovers for generations. Panoramic views, soft wildflower fields and bold granite balds underscore the power of nature. Quiet mountain streams and rushing waterfalls attract the lone angler in search of mountain trout and thrill-seeking kids looking for a cool summer swim. Not to be outdone by Mother Nature, locals expand Sevierville activity choices with riding stables, river rafting adventures, cavern exploration, challenging scenic golf courses and kid-friendly go-kart tracks and miniature golf. Birthplace of Dolly Parton, Sevierville offers a one-of-a-kind family favorite – Dollywood - where amusement rides, live music shows and exciting water park attractions entertain every age and interest level, all deliverred with an extra dose of Tennessee hospitality. Just down the road, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg complement local entertainment choices with Ripley’s Aquarium, mountain craft and classic car museums and shopping from quaint boutiques to outlet shopping malls. Stop by the Sevierville Visitor to gather complete information about seasonal activities and local points of interest.
Mountain folks enjoy eating, so your dining choices range from popular chain restaurants to mountain-fresh home cooking to loftier gourmet fare. Just North of Sevierville in Kodak, New Orleans on the River boasts some of the best seafood in the state in an appealing atmosphere overlooking the French Broad River. Flavor-packed dishes are cooked to order with the authentic taste of South Louisiana. For distinctly country cooking, the Applewood Farmhouse Restaurant serves up grits ‘n gravy and country ham for hearty breakfast eaters. Dinners range from Cajun catfish and fried chicken to country meatloaf and chicken and dumplings, all with homemade apple fritters.
Savvy travelers increasingly seek the benefits and value of rental homes over hotel choices. Accommodating 2 to 12 visitors (or more!), couples, families and golf groups alike enjoy the space, amenities and convenience of dining and entertaining ‘at home’ at a per-night, per-person cost that fits any budgets.