When you need a break from it all, slip away to Lacking for Nothing, a peaceful 1-bedroom + loft, 2-bathroom cabin for 7 in the serene Beside the Still Waters community. This charming cabin is beautifully designed, with simple and stylish décor, modern amenities, and lots of touches that make you feel at home. It perfectly blends a chic mountain motif with pops of color and warm wood interiors for a gorgeous cabin getaway.
Inside and out, Lacking for Nothing offers spaces to let you relax and have fun while you’re away from home, whether you’re here with family, friends, or as a couple. The inviting living room has a big screen TV and Blu-ray player, the fully equipped kitchen is elegant and furnished with the tools and appliances for in-cabin meals, and the master suite boasts a king-size bed you’ll love after a long day exploring the Smokies. The outdoor spaces are equally inviting, with rocking chairs overlooking the trees, a dining table for outdoor meals, and a hot tub for soothing those tired muscles.
The cabin also offers a couple community perks, including access to nearby hiking trails – when you want to stretch your legs – and a community fire pit – when you want to kick back with a drink and unwind. Lacking for Nothing also has several sister cabins in the Beside the Still Waters community, so you can book multiple cabins here for separate but nearby spaces for groups. If you need more room, also check out Along the Right Path, Comforts Me, Goodness and Mercy, Beside the Still Waters, In Green Pastures, My Cup Overflows, and Restores My Soul.
You may want to spend your days relaxing at the cabin, but there is also plenty to do in the area. Lacking for Nothing is less than 10 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge and downtown Gatlinburg, which means easy access to dozens of restaurants, shops, and attractions. From Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg, and The Island to the Rocky Top Wine Trail, miniature golf, and dinner shows, there’s always something to do. And you can check out our blog to see what events are happening during your stay!
After exploring the Parkway, riding the trolley through town, hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, playing at Dollywood, or shopping all around town, the comfortable living room of Lacking for Nothing will be just the place to retreat to. Grab a good book and curl up on the sofa in front of the stacked stone fireplace, get a drink and unwind in the leather chair with ottoman, or sit down in the upholstered chair to chat with family and friends. You can flip on the big screen TV, have a movie night, or just hang out and relax. The room feels nice and open with high ceilings and lots of natural light through the windows along the roof line.
Whether you want to create elaborate homemade meals, whip up snacks, or just have a place to bring back leftovers or takeout from downtown, the fully equipped kitchen in Lacking for Nothing is convenience and easy. Warm wood cabinets and black appliances pair with the essentials like a refrigerator, dishwasher, stove/oven, and built-in microwave. You’ll also have a coffeemaker for your early morning jolt, a toaster, and enough dishes, glassware, and utensils for all 7 guests.
Inside and out, Lacking for Nothing gives you some great dining spaces when you don’t want to eat in town. The breakfast bar in the kitchen has room to seat 4, and it’s also great for setting out a spread of snacks or a buffet during the holidays. Or take your food outside for a peaceful outdoor meal at the 4-person table on the deck.
After spending the day exploring the Smokies, a peaceful, comfortable bedroom is a welcome treat. The master suite of Lacking for Nothing is a retreat of its own, with a king-size bed, large dresser for unpacking, big screen TV for late-night movies, nightstands, and wall-mounted lights on both sides of the bed. The bathroom here has a shower/tub combo.
The second sleeping area in Lacking for Nothing is the loft, where you’ll find a twin-over-full bunk bed and a queen-size futon. It’s great for extra guests or kids to have their own place to hang out, and when the futon isn’t used for sleeping, it’s a great place to just hang out.
Lacking for Nothing is a classic log cabin in the trees with a welcoming exterior. You’ll see your first amenity when you pull up, with a charcoal grill just outside. Bring some kabobs or burgers to toss on the grill for a cookout on a nice day. Then head through the cabin and onto the deck, where you can unwind and relax. Grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and sit down in the red rocking chairs on the deck, take a plate to the 4-person dining table on the deck, and finish the evening with a soothing soak in the hot tub. You can also bring cards and board games for a fun family game night outside!
Pigeon Forge has no shortage of things to do, and neighboring Gatlinburg is no different. The community calendars are always packed with fun, from arts and crafts shows, holiday celebrations, and food festivals to kids’ events, car shows, and tournaments. You can stay up-to-date with it all thanks to the wireless internet in the cabin, and you’ll be close to it all thanks to Lacking for Nothing’s convenient location. The cabin also offers a Blu-ray player for movie night, so bring your favorite flicks!
Miniature golf, go karts, laser tag, dinner shows, Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg, The Island, old-time photos, ghost tours, historic buildings, fishing and swimming, hiking and picnicking, car shows, arts and crafts shows, galleries, outlet stores, moonshine distilleries, local wineries…the list goes on and on in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Outdoor fun or relaxing days in town, you’ll find it all. Need a few ideas? Check out…
Ride the Great Smoky Mountain Wheel, break out at The Escape Game, have a drink at Margaritaville, listen to live music at Ole Smoky Moonshine, and browse the shops at this one-stop fun shop!
Dollywood has something for all ages: roller coasters, kids’ rides, carnival games and prizes, musicals, Southern-style restaurants, desserts, and more!
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
800+ miles of trails to explore, horseback riding, swimming holes, picnic spots, historic buildings…the most-visited national park has it all when it comes to outdoor fun! Please note this property is not pet friendly — including service animals. Browse our pet-friendly cabins in Pigeon Forge if you’re planning to bring furry friends!