Cutting Corners

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Of course, it also boasts all the things you love most about a Smoky Mountain getaway – warm fires, cozy living spaces, games, mountain views, a hot tub, and a cozy spot to enjoy some coffee in the great outdoors. The beautiful kitchen features stainless steel appliances, the hot tub offers privacy with some lovely curtains, and the bedrooms offer a welcome retreat from the busy pace of everyday life. Couples will love the king-size beds, families will appreciate the game tables and big screen TV, and bikers will love that the cabin is motorcycle friendly! With 3 bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms, and room for 8 guests, Cutting Corners is ideal for many types of vacations – family trips, weekends with friends, or retreats for a few couples! We know you’ll make many wonderful memories in this beautiful cabin less than 7 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge.

Living room
When you get away to the mountains, you want a cozy space to unwind and enjoy the company of family and friends. The main living area of Cutting Corners will meet that need. Furnished with a comfortable leather sofa and complementing chairs, it’s the perfect place to curl up with a good book or watch movies, ball games, or your favorite shows on the big screen TV. The room also features an electric fireplace, so flip it on during those mountain evenings to make the room feel cozy and inviting. If you love playing games, bring along a few decks of cards or some board games to play on the large coffee table in the center of the room. And if you have little ones, let them crawl around and play in the open space this room offers. With light wood walls and exposed wood beams, this living room is beautiful and offers the classic cabin feel.

Whether you love to create elaborate homemade meals for the family or just want to whip up some easy snacks and quick dinners, the fully equipped kitchen in Cutting Corners will offer the space and amenities you need. It’s outfitted with stainless steel appliances – a refrigerator, stove, microwave, and dishwasher – along with plenty of utensils, glasses, dishes, and more. You can fry up the fish you caught in one of the streams in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, make a holiday meal, or check out our blog for easy recipe ideas for everything from desserts to game-day snacks. Even if you don’t want to cook, the kitchen will provide the space you need to store leftovers or your favorite snacks and drinks.

Dining area
The dining area of Cutting Corners is located just off the kitchen. Set along one portion of a rounded side of the cabin, the dining area is truly unique. It features two round dining tables with 6 seats each, so there is plenty of room for everyone in your group. When you don’t feel like waiting for a table at a restaurant downtown, sit down for peaceful meals in the privacy and comfort of your own Pigeon Forge cabin! You can even look out onto lovely wooded views through the windows in this space.

Rec room
Looking for a little more fun around the cabin? Head upstairs to the loft, where you’ll find a rec room that both kids and adults can enjoy. It sits beneath the cabin’s most prominent architectural feature, so you’ll get that unique roof line above you as you play. On the days you want to stay around the cabin, play a few rounds of pool, play board games or card games on the coffee table, or kick back on the sofa and watch TV. There is also a small table with a lamp by the sofa, so it’s a great place to relax with a book or take an afternoon nap. And there is plenty of space for kids to play around on the floor while the adults relax. In another area of the loft, find more seating, a desk, and an arcade game. Have a drink at the high-top table while watching others play, test your skills on the Multicade, or bring along your laptop and catch up on some work.

All 3 of the bedrooms in Cutting Corners have king-size beds and their own TVs. They’re welcome retreats after busy days, especially for couples wanting romantic evenings. They’re each uniquely decorated and feature creature comforts, including nightstands, bedside lamps, ceiling fans, and more. Cutting Corners also has 4 ½ bathrooms, so getting ready to go into town or go to bed won’t be a problem. And if you need some extra sleeping space, you’ll find a small futon in the game room and a sleeper sofa in the living room.

Outdoor spaces
Don’t miss out on the mild Tennessee weather and beautiful Smoky Mountain scenery during your time in Pigeon Forge. The great outdoor spaces begin as you pull up to Cutting Corners. This motorcycle-friendly property features a flat, paved driveway that’s easy for bikers and cars. There are 3-4 parking spaces, so you should have plenty of room for guest parking. And there is only one step up into the cabin, so getting inside to get your vacation started will be a breeze. You can make burgers and steaks on the gas grill or just relax in the rocking chairs with a cup of coffee or a drink. Another great outdoor amenity here is the hot tub on the deck. Its special feature is the set of curtains that offers some extra privacy for those wanting to take a dip. As you unwind and let the hot water soothe your tired muscles, the cool mountain air will breeze past you. Enjoy the views and your time away on this awesome deck! The deck also offers a dining table where you can have meals on nice days. Or end your night chatting and having a drink before heading inside to a comfortable king-size bed.

Other amenities
A location in Grand View Resort means you’ll get access to a community pool and half-price admission to the Wahoo Zip Line! Just let them know where you’re staying when you make your zip line reservation to get the great deal. Cutting Corners also features an indoor jetted tub, DVD player, high-speed Wi-Fi, and a washer/dryer. With all the awesome amenities offered here, you’ll have everything you need for a comfortable and fun stay – right at your fingertips.

Cutting Corners is located less than 7 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge, so you won’t have to go too far to explore the area. You can always drive over to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park or take a trip to Cades Cove, but if you want to stay a bit closer to the cabin, you’ll have plenty of options. Some nearby fun includes:

Spend a day (or two!) playing at the area’s most popular theme park. Dolly Parton’s Dollywood features roller coasters for thrill seekers and the little ones, carnival games and prizes, restaurants serving up Southern favorites, shows, and lots of unique shops. There is something for everyone!

The Island
One of Pigeon Forge’s newest attractions, The Island is loaded with shops, restaurants, and fun. You can watch the water dance at the show fountain, take a ride on the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, eat at a celebrity-owned restaurant, or spend the afternoon shopping around.

Dixie Stampede
For dinner and a show, head to Dixie Stampede on the Parkway. Watch talented performers do stunts on horses, listen to some toe-tapping music, and be dazzled by the incredible costumes and lights – all while eating a tasty 4-course dinner!