Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 3½ | Sleeps: 12
As you pull up to this classic log cabin in Pigeon Forge, you’ll be caught up in the sweeping views of the Great Smoky Mountains. A mix of logs and wood shingles, this cabin is the picture of Smoky Mountain charm set high above the trees. A wraparound porch awaits, and more panoramic views are found just around the corner.
From the many deck areas to the gorgeous private pool room, this 4-bedroom cabin is a great getaway for groups. Relax outside and play inside at this cool cabin just minutes from Dollywood!
Mountain Creek Retreat
A retreat for outdoor seekers, this 3-bedroom cabin in Pigeon Forge boasts a huge grassy yard and a wraparound porch! Play horseshoes, relax by the fire pit, or have a cup of coffee in the porch swing on the wraparound deck.
This 5-bedroom cabin just minutes from downtown keeps you close to the action without sacrificing wooded views. Relax on the decks or head inside to check out the modern amenities!
Inside, find elegant furnishings, floor-to-ceiling windows that frame incredible views, games, a mountain motif, flatscreen TVs, and a gorgeous private pool! And besides the “perks” of a mountain cabin, you’ll also have those conveniences you enjoy at home like wireless internet, CD and DVD players, a washer/dryer, and a full kitchen where you can whip up meals when you want to stay in the cabin.
Mother’s Dream is a 3-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom cabin with room for 12 that has all the essentials and so much more. Plan a family vacation, a weekend with friends, a couples’ retreat, or a special occasion that’s sure to be full of fun days, relaxing nights, and many wonderful memories.
An open floorplan means a nice flow and easy conversations between rooms. At Mother’s Dream, the living room opens up into the kitchen and flows over into the dining room. So guests hanging out, making snacks, or grabbing a bite to eat won’t miss out on conversations together.
The cozy living room features a large sectional sofa, along with 2 cushioned gliders with a small table and antler lamp in between. You can cozy up in front of the stone fireplace (gas) and play card games on the coffee table, open gifts from beneath the Christmas tree during the holidays, or just kick back to watch TV on the big screen. There’s an area rug with a mountain motif underfoot, and the floor-to-ceiling windows allow you to soak in those amazing views of the Great Smoky Mountains while staying comfortable inside.
The room also gets some nice light on sunny days, while shades on the upper windows provide a good amount of shade. When you want a taste of the great outdoors but want to stay inside, the living room of Mother’s Dream is a prime spot.
When you get away on vacation, it’s always nice to have some of the conveniences and comforts you enjoy at home. At Mother’s Dream, the full kitchen provides an inviting place to create your favorite meals, get snacks together for the group, or just brew some coffee to enjoy from the rocking chairs on the deck.
In the kitchen, you’ll find essentials like a knife set, utensils and dishes, glassware, and a coffeemaker, along with appliances including a microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, and stove/oven. And because it faces out towards the living room, you can enjoy the amazing mountain views while you cook!
You can check out our blog for recipe ideas (especially during the holidays) or bring along your favorites, or you can skip the cooking and order some food from a restaurant downtown. However you get your food here, it’ll be easy to store and prepare it in the cabin.
Love sitting down for meals together with family and friends? Mother’s Dream provides a peaceful and beautiful place to enjoy good food and great company. The dining room is just off the kitchen and living room and features several windows so you won’t miss out on the views. The table for 8 is elegant, featuring dark wood and padded seats.
Here you can enjoy a hearty country breakfast with family, a romantic dinner with a few couples, or a delicious meal with friends. It’s a great choice when you don’t feel like getting out of the cabin or want a quieter alternative to the restaurants downtown. Want a hot meal but don’t want to do the work? Pick up some food from Corky’s BBQ or Geno’s Pizza and just hang out in the cabin.
Need a little extra seating? There is also a high-top table for 2 between the living room and dining room. Couples can have a quiet meal or grab a cup of coffee here while taking in those fantastic views of the rolling hills beyond.
After spending a day exploring the great outdoors – hiking, taking a bike ride, fishing, or picnicking – the bedrooms in Mother’s Dream will be welcome retreats. The 3 bedrooms have their own TVs, along with conveniences like nightstands, reading lamps, and dressers. The cabin also has 3 ½ bathrooms, so guests will have their own spaces for getting ready.
In all, you’ll have 2 king-size beds, 1 queen-size bed, and 1 full bunk bed in the rec room/loft. And if you need some extra sleeping space, there is also a queen-size sleeper sofa. Spend the day shopping at the outlets or at the unique stores along the Parkway before heading back to your cozy Pigeon Forge cabin for some much-needed rest.
Rec room | loft
With enough entertainment to keep kids and adults happy for hours, the rec room features a 600-game arcade with a 43-inch flatscreen! You’ll have your pick of games here, or you can play a few rounds of pool. The rec room also houses the bunk bed, which is sure to get the kids excited about a mountain getaway. They can sleep and play in same space! Mother’s Dream also has a 60-game arcade, so there are plenty of ways to have fun here.
Private indoor pool
Most vacationers look forward to days at the pool on summer vacations, but they may feel like they’re missing out other times of the year. But at Mother’s Dream, you can swim year-round in your private indoor pool! You’ll have the mountain feel with the stone floors and wood walls and ceiling, and you’ll get more of those fantastic views through the windows all along the back wall.
The pool also has some fun details, including tile turtles, fish, and trim along the round stairs leading down into the pool. No matter what time of year it is or what type of weather you have outside, you can splash around, play, and relax in your own pool!
Pigeon Forge vacations just aren’t complete without some quality time spent among the scenery that the area is so popular for. This Pigeon Forge cabin gives you ample opportunities for outdoor relaxation, including the gazebo picnic area. Connected to the dining room entrance, the gazebo has a picnic table, lighting for nighttime meals, and a gas grill for burgers, steaks, and kabobs.
You’ll also have a charcoal grill at the cabin, along with more awesome outdoor spaces on the main decks. The upper level deck looks out over the trees, with seemingly endless views of the Smokies. Grab a drink, sit back in a rocker, and soak up the sun and the views. You’ll also have a hot tub where you can unwind beneath the stars after busy days.
Mother’s Dream offers the conveniences you love having at home, including a washer/dryer and wireless internet. The cabin also features a flat driveway (and flat, paved roads to the cabin), so those traveling via motorcycle will have an easier trip. And with 5 parking spaces at the cabin, you’ll have plenty of room.
Mother’s Dream is less than 10 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge and many great attractions, restaurants, and stores. You can play mini golf, take a tour at a local winery, taste some moonshine, get great deals at the Tanger Outlets, pose with celebrities at the Hollywood Wax Museum, tour the RMS Titanic and touch an iceberg, and so much more.
There is also always a calendar jam-packed with events, from festivals and parades to cooking competitions and holiday-centric fun. Visit our blog to get some ideas and check out a few of these local attractions.
Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster
You’ll get a thrill screaming down the mountain on this coaster in Pigeon Forge. And you’ll get some great scenery as you ride among the trees.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
The most visited national park in the U.S. is always a favorite, with chances to hike (800+ miles of trails), bike, go horseback riding, fish, have picnics, and more.
Scenic Helicopter Tours
See the Smokies from a new perspective during a scenic tour. You can see the city from high above and experience the mountains like never before.