One of our most remarkable cabins is All Alone. Located only 7 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg this is really a special cabin as it's situated in the Arts & Crafts Community. More on the Arts & Crafts Community in a minute, as we definitely want to tell you everything about that.
All Alone's exterior offers the classic cabin-style look, with an inviting front porch for relaxing. Inside the rustic feel continues, but it's beautifully combined with all of the modern amenities you'd expect from a first class hotel. Enjoy sumptuous living room furnishings. The fireplace offers a cheery vibrancy to the room, but if you still have energy at the end of the day, the air hockey table is ready and waiting!
The large eat-in kitchen features all appliances and tons of counter and cabinet space. So while there are bunches of superb restaurants in Gatlinburg, with this kitchen you'll have the option of cooking your own meals for your family or group.
After dinner, why not go out on the covered deck and take a soak in the hot tub? Want to relax inside? Then you'll be enthralled by dual master suites.
When you're ready to turn in, the two bedrooms offer incredible comfort and a warm atmosphere. Sink into a queen-sized bed and enjoy some cable TV or watch a DVD. The hardwood floors and knotty pine walls evoke yesteryear, but you're only steps from the two well-appointed full baths; each of which feature whirlpool tubs. The bedrooms offer porch access so you can wake up in the morning and immediately take in the remarkable Smokies scenery.
Now more about the wonderful location of this cabin: The Arts and Crafts Community is the largest independent organization of artisans in the United States. You can literally spend an entire day there and not see everything -- you'll meet over 100 artists and craftspeople who demonstrate their crafts as visitors browse the shops. See a variety of old-time skills up-close, such as soap making, weaving, pottery, carving, and much more. You'll find the Arts & Crafts Community on an 8 mile loop road which is served by Gatlinburg's convenient and fun trolley service. Take the Yellow Trolley for a pleasurable ride to the Arts and Crafts Community.
If you'd like to take a ride to see some of the other sights around town after shopping at the Arts & Crafts Community, you can again hop aboard the Yellow Trolley. This trolley's fare is only a dollar and you can ride all along the loop road route and come back into Gatlinburg, if you like. Here's a handy trolley map http://www.gatlinburgtrolley.org/images/2013-Gatlinburg-Trolley-Map2.pdf and a link to the live trolley locator, so you can track the trolley's location on your phone, if you wish, in real time: http://gatlinburgmasstransit.org/
Want to meet the artisans before you stop at the Arts & Crafts Community? Visit their website and learn all about them: http://www.gatlinburgcrafts.com/meet_the_artists.html« Previous Next »