Bedrooms: 3 | Bathrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 8
Want a place to unwind after your days of hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, checking out cars at the Shades of the Past Rod Run, shopping at the Tanger Outlets, playing at Dollywood, or just strolling along the busy Parkway downtown? Book Traveler’s Rest, where you’ll find cozy spaces, comfy furniture, soothing surroundings, and a long list of amenities to keep you comfortable, relaxed, and entertained.
“We stayed in Travelers Rest in Pigeon Forge, and loved the accommodations, and access to the attractions! We will go again!”
Smoky Mountain Splash
Just minutes from downtown, Smoky Mountain Splash is convenient to area attractions without sacrificing some awesome mountain views from the decks. Want more? How about a private indoor pool?!
Dancing with the Stars
Retreat to this beautiful Pigeon Forge cabin just a few miles from the Parkway for some major fun and relaxation. You can play games, relax in the hot tub while watching TV, or take in the mountain views.
The View provides your own private view of the Smokies in a 10-person cabin brimming with fun! A pool table, air hockey table, arcade console, and theater room are just a few of the amenities you will find in this Pigeon Forge cabin.
It features the conveniences of home as well as lots of great Smoky Mountain extras like a wood-burning fireplace, mountain and wooded views, and an outdoor hot tub.
No matter why you’re here, you’ll enjoy the fun and comforts found at Traveler’s Rest. Guests can play pool, watch TV in bed, sit back on the porch swings and in the rocking chairs, fire up the charcoal grill for a barbecue, soak in the jetted tubs (2), take advantage of the high-speed wireless Internet (check out our blog), or just enjoy quiet days in the privacy and comfort of your own cabin. Traveler’s Rest is also a pet-friendly cabin, so you can even bring along those furry family members!
At Traveler’s Rest, you’ll find Southwestern-style décor throughout the cabin. When you arrive, make yourself at home in the cozy living room that features exposed wood beams, dark wood floors, and a stone fireplace with a beautiful wood mantel. After a big meal at Bennett’s Pit Bar B Que, come back to the living room of Traveler’s Rest to unwind. Two stylish leather sofas flank the fireplace, so you can easily watch your favorite shows, movies, or a ball game. A lovely coffee table is the place to keep snacks nearby or play cards, or you can let the kids gather around it to play a board game or color. In summer months, flip on the ceiling fan to keep cool. In winter, let the warmth from the wood-burning fireplace fill the room and provide that cozy Smoky Mountain feel you’ve been dreaming of. Whether it’s rainy, too cold, too hot, or you just want to stay in and relax, the living room in Traveler’s Rest will be just the place to enjoy your time in Pigeon Forge.
The sleek, modern design in the newly-remodeled kitchen of Traveler’s Rest is a great contrast to the cozy cabin feel in the rest of the home. The light cabinets, black appliances, and tile backsplash are elegant, and the warm wood cabinets and slate tile floor make it feel right at home in the cabin. Guests will love the convenience of having a fully equipped kitchen right at their fingertips, with a refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, oven/stove, and small appliances like a coffeemaker and toaster. It’s also equipped with ample dishes, utensils, and glasses, so you can enjoy meals in the cabin when you don’t feel like going out. And with a sliding glass door leading from the kitchen to the deck, you’ll get plenty of light when you’re cooking or doing some dishes.
Pigeon Forge has a lot of great options when it comes to dining. In Pigeon Forge and neighboring Gatlinburg you’ll find almost any cuisine you’re craving. Satisfy your appetite for Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, American, Southern, Cajun, and an array of desserts – donuts, fudge, ice cream, frozen custard, old-fashioned candies, cupcakes, apple pie, fritters, and beyond. But when you don’t want to go out to eat (or just want a private place to enjoy your take out), you’ll have your own dining area in Traveler’s Rest. A dining table for 4 is situated next to the sliding glass door leading to the deck, so you’ll get wooded views as you enjoy your meals. You can whip up homemade meals in your kitchen, or you can just order a pizza to enjoy here. On nice days, take your food out onto the deck and eat at the picnic table. Or you can head to the rec room where you’ll find a second table for 4, so you’ll have plenty of places for everyone in the group to eat.
Rec room | Kitchenette
The spacious rec room in Traveler’s Rest is a great place for groups to hang out. On one end, find a pool table and a flat screen TV mounted on the wall. You can play a few rounds, watch the ball game, or step out onto the deck via the glass door here. On the other end, a dining table for 4 that’s perfect for setting out snacks and drinks while you play and watch games here. The middle of the rec room boasts an awesome amenity – a kitchenette! With a mini fridge, a wet bar, and plenty of counter space, it’s fantastic for making drinks to enjoy during games. It features light wood cabinets and cool silver backsplash, along with a seating area across from it. You can kick back on the leather sofa with cup holders or curl up in the comfy chair and read a book. And with a coffeemaker here, you can brew a cup of coffee without having to head to the main kitchen.
The 3 bedrooms in Traveler’s Rest will offer the rest you need after long days in Pigeon Forge. To start, each bedroom has its own TV, so each guest can enjoy late-night favorites before drifting off to sleep. Each bedroom is also its own master suite, meaning each bedroom has its own private bathroom. And for those who want to soak and relax before bed, two of the bedrooms have separate jetted tubs. Two bedrooms have king-size beds, and 1 bedroom has a queen-size bed, so each guest will get a cozy place to retreat. Dressers and nightstands with lamps will be more welcome conveniences, making you feel right at home in the bedrooms here.
Traveler’s Rest features more than 1,000 feet of outdoor living space over multiple deck spaces where you can relax. Enjoy a covered porch and upper and lower decks that boast amenities such as porch swings, rocking chairs, gliders, and a picnic table. You’ll even have a covered gazebo with a new hot tub, giving you privacy and a place to really relax and let your troubles wash away. Enjoy beautiful views of Mt. LeConte during the day and fantastic city lights of Pigeon Forge at night. You’ll also have a grill by the gazebo, so you can fire it up for a barbecue night with hot dogs, kabobs, burgers, and steaks.
When you’re away from home, you want to have some feeling of comfort and security. Having amenities you enjoy back home is a great way to do that. At Traveler’s Rest, you’ll have a washer/dryer in the cabin, which will make your stay with family or friends that much easier. The semi-private cabin also features high-speed wireless Internet, so you can catch up on emails, do some online shopping, book area attractions, or just see what’s happening in the area during your stay. And remember, Traveler’s Rest is also pet friendly, so you won’t have to worry with boarding or leaving your 4-legged friend behind on your family vacation.
You know what they say: location, location, location! You’ll find that at Traveler’s Rest, a cabin just ½ mile from The Old Mill district, 2 miles from the LeConte Center, and 2 miles from Dollywood! There are dozens of great things nearby to do, including go karts, miniature golf, indoor skydiving, shopping, and wineries. Some area favorites include:
The Old Mill
Spend a day shopping, eating, and relaxing at The Old Mill Square in Pigeon Forge. It’s a Pigeon Forge favorite and an important part of the history of the area!
Titanic Museum Attraction
Touch an iceberg, balance on sloping decks, walk the Grand Staircase, and see actual artifacts from the RMS Titanic at this family-friendly attraction in the heart of Pigeon Forge.
Ride roller coasters, see animal shows, watch fantastic musical numbers, play carnival games for fun prizes, eat some great Southern foods, get a slice of 25-pound apple pie, and take a tour of the world at the Festival of Nations (in spring) at this theme park just 2 miles from your cabin!