Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 4½ | Sleeps: 13
Unbelievable views, games, a full-size kitchen and mini kitchen, easy roads to the cabin, and lots of great places to relax and unwind make this beautiful 4-bedroom, 4 ½-bathroom cabin in Pigeon Forge great for fun family vacations, couples’ retreats, or getaways to reconnect with friends.
Keaton’s Fishing Cabin
Situated less than 6 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge, this peaceful riverside cabin offers relaxation and a convenient location! When you’re not shopping and exploring, enjoy a hot tub, 3 cozy bedrooms, big screen TVs, board games, and more!
There’s no shortage of entertainment at this beautifully designed 4-bedroom cabin. Besides a private indoor pool, you’ll have your own theater room, a rec room loaded with games, and flatscreen TVs throughout the cabin.
Enjoy a loaded rec room, awesome home theater, TV in bed, Wi-Fi, and more at this awesome 5-bedroom cabin in Pigeon Forge! Great for a family vacation or getaway with friends, it features entertainment, comfortable interiors, and wooded surroundings.
The cabin offers room for up to 13 guests and has plenty of conveniences and amenities for relaxing, having fun, and staying comfortable. You can hang out and watch TV in the living room, unwind in the hot tub while enjoying the stunning views, make group meals in the lovely kitchen with dining area, play games, make drinks at the second kitchen in the rec room, or even check out the stars with the telescope! And while some of the best views are found from the decks at The Deck House, the many windows throughout the cabin ensure you can enjoy the Great Smoky Mountains while staying cozy inside as well. The views will give you the feeling of being high above it all, but the cabin is also about 7 miles from downtown Pigeon Forge, so you won’t be too far from plenty of other entertainment, shopping, and dining options for the group. Plus, enjoy easier access with a ramp to the front door!
A comfortable place to kick back for a while, the living room of The Deck House is furnished with plush leather seating, a cozy recliner, and two small coffee tables where you can play card or board games or keep your snacks and drinks during movie night. When it’s cold out, turn on the fireplace and enjoy a cozy night in front of the fire, watching your favorite shows on the big screen TV mounted on the wall. Or you can bring along a book (or grab one from the selection in the cabin), flip on the lamp by the rocking chair, and have a peaceful afternoon of reading. There is also plenty of space on the floor for the kids to crawl around and play or spread out blankets and pillows for a late-night movie. Soaring ceilings make the room feel open and bright, while the wood interiors will keep it feeling warm and inviting. In summer, stay cool in this laid-back space. Flip on the ceiling fan, turn on the TV, and enjoy a lazy day in the cabin.
Open to the living room and dining area, the kitchen of The Deck House is equipped with everything you’ll need if you want to cook your own meals in the cabin. It also features a great design, making it easy for you to cook, eat, and visit with other guests. It is equipped with black appliances – a refrigerator, stove/oven, dishwasher, and microwave – along with essentials like a knife block, dishes and glassware, utensils, and a coffeemaker. The island with seating for 4 offers extra space for meals in the cabin, but it’s also great for prepping meals or setting out a buffet of snacks or holiday favorites. And best of all, it features several windows that showcase those gorgeous Smoky Mountain views, so even if you’re doing the dishes, you won’t miss out!
Just off the kitchen is the dining area of The Deck House, which features a traditional round table with seating for 8. It even features a lazy Susan in the center of the table, so family-style meals will be a breeze! And because it’s situated next to several windows, you’ll enjoy more of those mountain views while you eat. That’s something you won’t get at any downtown restaurant.
Family room |Rec room
When you’re rested and full and ready for fun, check out the family/rec room on the lower level in The Deck House. You can play pool, bring puzzles, board games, and card games for the game table, or just kick up your feet in the cozy leather chairs that sit in front of the fireplace and flatscreen TV. And of course, there are more of those mountain views from here. Another unique and convenient feature in the rec room is the second kitchen. You can make snacks and drinks, bake some cookies, or brew a cup of coffee in this mini kitchen loaded with a full-size refrigerator, stove/oven, coffeemaker, barstools, a sink, and plenty of counter space.
Rec room | Loft
As if one rec room wasn’t enough, The Deck House boasts a second rec room in the loft! Along with some of the most incredible mountain views you’ll find anywhere, this cozy and fun space features a game table, a telescope, and a selection of board games for rainy, snowy, or lazy days around the cabin. If you’re here for the holidays, just imagine spending some quality time playing games with family. What a great way to spend your time in the Great Smoky Mountains!
At the end of the night, the bedrooms in The Deck House will be a welcome retreat. They offer a little something for everyone, with beds ranging from bunks to king-size beds. The main level features a bedroom with a king-size bed and its own bathroom. On the lower level, find a bedroom with 2 bunk beds and a private bathroom. The other bedrooms are found in the loft – one bedroom with a queen-size bed and its own bathroom and one bedroom with a king-size bed and twin bed with its own bathroom. All are outfitted with cozy quilts for a warm and restful night’s sleep.
With a name like The Deck House, you could probably guess that it will offer some nice outdoor spaces. The awesome outdoor amenities begin when you pull up, with a flat, paved driveway at this motorcycle-friendly cabin. The roads to the cabin offer a pretty easy drive, and a ramp leading up to the cabin will make arrivals a bit easier. As you make your way around the wraparound deck, you’ll find a glider with a table with cup holders and a picnic table where you can sit down for meals or drinks on nice days. As you relax, look out over the mountains and take in the beauty that is the Great Smoky Mountains. There is even a ceiling fan for those warmer summer days. At night, soothe those tired muscles with a dip in the hot tub before climbing into bed. There is also a corn hole game on the covered deck, so you can enjoy the outdoors even when it’s rainy.
The list of amenities at The Deck House is seemingly endless. The cabin also offers a DVD player, VCR, indoor jetted tub, rocking chairs, and a sleeper sofa. With tons of games, comfortable bedrooms, and relaxing spaces inside and out, this awesome family cabin in Pigeon Forge has everything you need for a truly unforgettable stay in the Smokies!
While you could spend your entire vacation at this fantastic Pigeon Forge cabin, it’s also not too far from downtown when you want to explore the area. You’ll find plenty to do in Pigeon Forge, or you can take the drive to Gatlinburg to hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park (or picnic, go horseback riding, bike, fish, and more!) or ski and play at Ober Gatlinburg. If you want some fun a little closer to the cabin, check out:
Dolly Parton’s Stampede
Dazzling costumes, a 4-course dinner, patriotic music, toe-tapping country tunes, and horse-riding stunts are what you’ll find at Dolly Parton’s dinner show in downtown Pigeon Forge!
Titanic Museum Attraction
Tour the museum with the boarding pass of an actual crew member or passenger, touch an iceberg, walk the Grand Staircase, and let the kids explore at the TOT-Titanic area at this touching and interesting Pigeon Forge favorite. Also check out their special events throughout the year, including a tea party for girls!
Along with the special events throughout the year, this Pigeon Forge theme park features rides for kids and adults, carnival games and prizes, shows, shops, and more. It’s a great place to spend a day (or 2) in the Smokies with family.