The Greenbrier 2934 is a perfect honeymoon or family vacation cabin located close to Pigeon Forge and can comfortably sleep up to 6 people. The master bedroom offers a large log king-sized bed and the master bathroom features a jetted tub. A fully-equipped kitchen offers all the essentials to create memorable family meals, gathering around the dining room table to delight in each other’s company. This two-story cabin comes complete with a crow’s nest where the kids can sleep while on their mountain getaway.
This spacious vacation rental offers a private deck overlooking the gorgeous mountains, the only place to enjoy your morning coffee. Soak in the hot tub after a long day on the trails and relish the bright starry sky above. Save some time to play a game of foosball or shoot a game of pool in the loft. Other amenities include a charcoal grill, an electric fireplace and wooden porch rocking chairs. With its scenic views and unbeatable amenities, this handsome cabin is perfect for a getaway to the mountains!
Perched high above in Legacy Mountain Resort you’ll find the sanctuary you crave. The panoramic views of Mount LeConte and the Great Smoky Mountains roll majestically around you. With your stay at Greenbrier 2934 you are only 15 minutes away from Pigeon Forge and area attractions. The check-in office is located on Upper Middle Creek Road, just a short drive from your cabin.
Just a short drive from the doorstep of Greenbrier 2934 and you’ll be in the heart of Pigeon Forge, where dining, shopping and family attractions are abundant. Pancakes are always a must when you visit the Smoky Mountains and Flapjack’s Pancake Cabin is always a delectable choice! Then start your day the fun way with the Blackwoods Morning Variety Show at the Smoky Mountain Opry then in the evening stop into Dixie Stampede to have dinner along with the electrifying show. Take to the trees with Adventure Park at Five Oaks with a zip-line and rope courses over 70 acres.
Head down the Parkway to the charming town of Gatlinburg nestled in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains to visit Alewine Pottery, making pottery in the Smokies for over 30 years along the Great Smoky Mountain Arts and Crafts Trail. Head into the downtown area to visit Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, one of the top aquariums in the world. Make a visit to Shoot ‘Em Up 5D Cinema, mount your horse and be right in the action with special effects. Don’t leave town without a stop to sample and tour the many wineries, breweries and distilleries in the area.
Being at the foothills of the Smoky Mountains your choices for adventure are endless. Pack up a lunch and head to Chimneys Picnic Area; after lunch strike out on the Cove Hardwood Nature Trail, a self-guided loop trail and a great place to see wildflowers. For a more strenuous hike, head out on the Chimney Tops trail that is short but steep but don’t let that detour you, the views are some of the finest the Smokies have to offer.