Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 2 | Sleeps: 8
Like a scene out of a Smoky Mountain day dream, lean back in your front porch rocking chair while the soft breezes carry the laughter of the kids playing with the dog in the large, grassy yard. Holden On, with its red roof, gorgeous stone accents, and warm natural wood tones, invites guests to feel right at home among the 3 cozy bedrooms and spacious open floor plan accented by lovely mountain-motif décor.
Great for families and small groups, this 3-bedroom cabin offers games, comfortable spaces to relax, and peaceful wooded views!
Come to Moondance for a family-friendly and pet-friendly cabin nestled away in the Smokies. With a stunning view and amazing amenities—including a plush rec room and outdoor hot tub—this three-bedroom cabin is a great pick for single families or small groups.
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Pet-friendly and equipped with a fully loaded kitchen and high-speed wireless internet, enjoy all the comforts of your own home along with fun amenities like an outdoor hot tub and foosball table. Savor every bite and laugh-filled moment with up to 8 guests while seated around the impressive log dining table under the antler chandelier as you enjoy homemade meals each day in your Pigeon Forge cabin.
Don’t feel like cooking? When you stay in Holden On, you’ll have a super-convenient drive to hundreds of restaurants, attractions, and shopping under 1 mile away from the cabin’s flat driveway. After intensely fun mornings at Dollywood or Wonderworks, come back to the cabin to enjoy a soothing nap with the kids on the couch as the flatscreen TV plays in the background and quiet flames dance in the stacked-stone gas fireplace. After scenic hikes in The Great Smoky Mountains National Park, pick up some barbeque from Corky’s on the way back to the cabin to enjoy a hearty lunch around the dining table after working up some good appetites. With so much to do nearby in downtown Pigeon Forge and warm, inviting spaces and picturesque front porch and yard, this dreamy Smoky Mountain cabin awaits your next family vacation or getaway with friends.
Surrounded by Smoky Mountain décor and natural elements like the stacked-stone fireplace and exposed wood, guests are treated to an authentic mountain cabin atmosphere while relaxing on the cozy couch and plush recliner. Spend relaxing evenings by the fire while sipping hot cocoa and watching movies on the flatscreen TV, or sip on glasses of local wine while playing board games around the coffee table. Quiet mornings are well spent with a good book and a fresh cup of coffee from the kitchen in the recliner under the soft light of the black bear reading lamp or finding interesting new adventures in downtown Pigeon Forge using the cabin’s Wi-Fi on your smart device.
Holden On’s fully loaded kitchen makes cooking homemade meals in the cabin easy and a great way to save money for extra souvenirs while vacationing in the Smoky Mountains. With a full-size refrigerator, microwave, stove, cutlery, spacious countertops, and toaster, put together multi-course meals for special family dinners or quick snacks before heading into downtown Pigeon Forge for the day. A fresh cup of coffee is only a few button-clicks away on the cabin’s Keurig, perfect to enjoy during peaceful mornings while walking the dog around the front lawn. After-dinner cleanup is easy, too, with the help of the double sink and dishwasher.
Like a picture out of a magazine, dining around the log table feels like an elegant meal on the cabin’s lovely dishes under the warm light of the impressive antler chandelier. The bench seating on each side of the table and 2 end chairs provide plenty of space for 6 guests, great when hosting special occasion dinners or playing large family board games. Gather at the table for hearty breakfasts each morning and group planning for the days’ excursions of ziplining, hiking, or whitewater rafting.
Each of Holden On’s 3 cozy bedrooms provide queen-size beds, reading chairs, clothing storage, and flatscreen TVs. Crawl under the covers at the end of each adventurous day to unwind with your favorite book or let the low hum of the nearby TV lull you into your restful night of sleep. Escape to the privacy of your room to squeeze in that quick afternoon nap in between trips to downtown Pigeon Forge using the showers of the 2 bathrooms to rinse off and primp before elegant dinners at The Peddler Steakhouse next to the Little Pigeon River in one of the original Ogle family cabins.
In the loft, guests can enjoy some entertainment during cabin downtime while playing foosball with the kids or competing over a game of darts. Take a seat in the cushy beanbag chair while waiting your turn on the dart board or snag a front row seat on the wooden bench to the hilariously competitive foosball game. Pull the beanbag chair over to the window during afternoon downtime to enjoy a few more pages of your book in the dreamy midday sunlight or scroll through your pictures from your hike to decide which ones to post to your social media.
The peaceful tranquility of the mountains really sets in while swaying in the porch swing on Holden On’s front porch. Slide into the steamy waters of the hot tub in the evenings after long days of exploring the historical beauty of Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community to unwind before sneaking off to bed. Lean back in the rocking chairs with an ice-cold glass of sweet tea while you watch the kids throw a football in the front lawn or play fetch with the family dog. Sip on your morning coffee while sitting on the porch swing and watching the birds flutter about the dewy green grasses before waking the rest of the family to begin another day’s adventures in The Great Smoky Mountains.
Hiking in Pigeon Forge
Over 800 miles of trails varying in length, terrain, and views crawl throughout the Great Smoky Mountains beckoning your adventurous side to come and explore! Hike short trails to gorgeous waterfalls like Laurel Falls and get 360-degree mountain views at Clingmans Dome, or take on the tougher, rewarding Appalachian Trails.
Fishing in the Smoky Mountains
With almost 3,000 miles of open streams to fish throughout the Smoky Mountains, guided fishing tours, and numerous tackle shops, don’t forget to pack your fishing gear and some lawn chairs for a fun day outside, relaxing and enjoying the beauty of the mountains!
Pigeon Forge Snow
Snow tube year-round on the huge indoor slopes of Pigeon Forge Snow where the whole family can enjoy a day of fun in the snow while temperatures stay 65 to 70 degrees. Race one another on inflatable tubes down the snowy slopes or build a snowman in the Snow Play area!