A Smoky Mountain cabin rental has by far been the favorite lodging accommodation choice of travelers to Tennessee and North Carolina since the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was established. They truly give the visitor the feel of the Smoky Mountains and their pioneer heritage, but these cabins come with a twist: luxury like the pioneer settlers never had!

Cabin rentals in Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Townsend TN range from the discount cabin to the luxury log home. Most are individually owned and decorated, so the Smokies visitor has a myriad of choices. There are thousands of Smoky Mountain cabins from which to choose and more than 200 cabin companies offering a range of price, quality and location. Specials are always available and the traveler has the convenience of booking online or calling toll free for help in making a selection.

Featured Smoky Mountain Cabin Rentals with luxury amenities like theater room, fireplace, outdoor hot tub, indoor Jacuzzi, fully-equipped kitchen, decks with mountain views, and large screen TV with VCR and sound system.

Smoky mountain rental cabins and communities have been developed in the towns and villages around the Smoky Mountains National Park because the Park itself offers little in the way of lodging accommodations, except for LeConte Lodge, which requires a six-mile hike.

The seasons of the Smokies draw travelers to Tennessee and North Carolina with a myriad of things to do and see that are so different from home that most feel compelled to return year after year or to live here permanently. Spectacular mountain vistas, pristine streams, lush flora, and abundant wildlife offer a rich experience for the Smoky Mountain visitor.

A rental cabin is the most popular choice for lodging because cabins are more private than hotels, offer more luxury appointments and décor than other types of lodging, yet remain so convenient to local attractions, dining and access to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

A featured Smoky Mountain cabin rental is represented here. This rental cabin is very typical of what is offered now (the rustic, Spartan cabin of the past has changed for the times) and offers so much in the way luxury and convenience that we hesitate to call it your home-away-from-home, because there aren’t many homes like this! Some cabin rental “communities” are in a resort setting that includes swimming pool access, fitness center, walking trails, and even a wedding chapel. Most offer sweeping mountain views of the Smoky Mountains National Park itself!