Thanksgiving is right around the corner--can you believe it? That means one thing: It’s time to start planning! If you’re used to your traditional Thanksgiving, maybe it’s time for a change! This year, try out our “destination Thanksgiving”, right here in the Smokies! Our Gatlinburg cabins are the best place to gather the family for the holidays! Here’s why:
What better way to spend a holiday vacation than relaxing in one of our Gatlinburg cabin rentals? Thanksgiving is a great holiday for a vacation due to the timing. Typically, you get a half day of work on Wednesday and the rest of the week off. Gather the family, pack the car and head to the Smoky Mountains this fall. It will be an unforgettable holiday to remember.
Gatlinburg cabin rentals are meant to be your home away from home. We want to house you this Thanksgiving and welcome your family to the mountains! Imagine the fun you will have in your mountain cabin with the whole family and a delicious Thanksgiving feast! We have cabins that range in size and accommodations for your convenience. You will not find luxury like this anywhere else, especially a hotel! When you arrive at our website, you are able to search for cabins based on the number of bedrooms. Take a head count and plan ahead!
One of the best accommodations our cabins offer are fully-equipped kitchens! All you need to bring is the turkey, green beans, mashed potatoes, corn and pie! Oh, and don’t forget the sweet potatoes! It will truly feel like you are at home in this beautiful log cabin with a kitchen fit for a feast! Gather around the dinner table and enjoy an uninterrupted, wonderful meal with the people you love the most. Spend the long weekend relaxing, catching up and making memories for years to come.
At Diamond Mountain Rentals, we want to welcome families and guests to the Smoky Mountains for Thanksgiving this year. It is a wonderful time of year that is meant for quality family time. Book your cabin for Thanksgiving today and start planning! We look forward to welcoming your family to the mountains this holiday season.