Chattanooga Vacation pool Wifi suntan Bed
From $143 / night
|Per night:||$150 - $200|
|Per week:||$1,000 - $1,300|
Pets allowed: Yes
Luxury accommodations, private surroundings, very convenient to Downtown, with beautiful views of Lookout Mountain .
This two bedroom,Game Room with Sleeper Sofa two bath lodge has plank ceilings, tile floors, and a wood burning fireplace. Full size working kitchen with side by side refrigerator, full size range, microwave, and dishwasher.
Experience Chattanooga all day, then come back and relax by the pool. If its too cool for a swim, then light a nice fire in the beautiful stone fireplace, watch cable television or cruise the web on the free wireless internet provided.
Large spacious pool, suntan room, bar area, outside bath and changing area. Plenty of room to grill out and entertain.
Hello and welcome to the Chattanooga Valley.
Located at the foot of Lookout Mountain and just minutes from downtown Chattanooga a wonderful family vacation is right at your fingertips.
A short drive along the foot of the mountain takes you through historic Saint Elmo to the Incline Railway for a trip to the top of Lookout Mountain, where you can enjoy the views from Point Park or spend time at beautiful Rock City. Just a couple of miles further and you 'll arrive in downtown Chattanooga, offering you multiple activities to enjoy. Kid 's ages toddler through middle school age love playing at the Discovery Museum and of course you 'll want to visit the adorable Penguins at the fresh water Aquarium or for the more daring souls, see the sharks swim at the salt water Aquarium.
Have lunch at one of the many restaurant selections offered from pizza at the Mellow Mushroom, burgers at Cheeseburger-Cheeseburger or seafood and steak available at the Big River Grill, Seafood Factory, Ruby Tuesdays, and many more. Or stroll across the Walnut Street bridge and enjoy a picnic at Coolidge Park situated right along side the beautiful Tennessee River. The kiddies, both young and old, will enjoy a ride on the wonderful carousel found in the park. Then take a few minutes to browse in the many interesting shops located along the edge of the park. Don 't forget to stop at Clumpies for ice-cream to take with you as you take in the sites along the River Walk, a 8 mile walking or bike path along the Tennessee River, offering restaurants and park areas all along the way.
After dark you might enjoy a movie at the historic Bijou Theatre or a few laughs at the Comedy Dinner Theater. Don 't forget to take your sweetheart for a scenic ride in a horse drawn carriage or for dinner on the Southern Bell River Boat. Take in a professional baseball game. Convenient, safe, centrally located parking means you can park once and walk to any and all of these attractions.
ï¿½ After this busy day, just a short drive and you 've arrived back at your welcoming home away from home. With all the modern conveniences; cable, wireless internet, a fully operational kitchen, two baths, three bedrooms, a den with working fireplace and a pool right off your deck, you might just decide to spend the day, tomorrow right here.
Or perhaps take in the sites and excitement of the Ocoee River, an easy hour drive from the lodge. People come from all over to raft the Ocoee, the site of the 1996 Centennial Olympics. And just minutes from here, you 'll find Bryson, where you can take a ride on the Smokey Mountain Railway, a great day trip, especially in the fall when the leaves are turning.
What's a trip without a shopping day, and do we have the places; Warehouse Row and Hamilton Place Mall area. Shopping, dinning, movies theaters and more. One of the finest malls in the Southeast.
Just when you think there can't be more, think again. Let's not forget the 5,200 acre Chickamauga Battlefield, scene of the last major Confederate victory of the Civil War. It contains numerous monuments, historical tablets, wayside exhibits, and trails. Major points of interest can be reached by following the seven-mile auto tour. Its also a great place for bicycle riding, because of the nice flat roads and trails. Visit Historic Downtown Chickamuaga and their quaint shops
Spend the Day at Lake Winnepesaukah Family Amusement Park! It is truly an affordable park, set on a beautiful lake, lots of rides, free concerts, free parking and lots of eating.
Just a few minutes drive from the Lodge is Cloudland Canyon. Trails, views, picnicking, waterfalls; only seeing is believing. Just outside the park is probably one of the finest places to dine in the country, the Canyon Grill Restaurant. Once you have eaten there, you will go back.
Looks What available within ten minutes of Mountain's Edge
The Tennessee River, Coolidge Park, Wet Lands Park, Pedestrian-only Bridge, Southern Belle Riverboat, Salt and Fresh-water Aquariums, I-Max Theatre, Hunter Art Museum, Bellsouth Baseball Stadium, River Pier and Eight-mile River walk, Bluff View Art District, Discovery Museum, Chattanooga Duck Ride, lots of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, shopping and festivals. Other close activities and well-known attractions are the famous Chattanooga Choo-Choo, Rock City Gardens, Ruby Falls, The Incline, Warehouse Row Shopping, Nature Center, Cloudland Canyon, Pointe Park, Signal Point, Rainbow Lake, dirt bike riding, Chickamauga Lake and Dam, Chickamauga Battlefield and History Museum, Rafting on the Ocoee, hang gliding, and caving. We couldn't show all the hundreds of places.
|Apr 01 2016||Oct 31 2016||$200||$200||$1,300||-||-|
|Nov 01 2016||Mar 31 2017||$150||$150||$1,000||-||-|
|Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.|
|Lodging tax: 7%|
|Deposits: $200.00 Required|
|Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Personal Check, Visa|
|Other Fees: $50.00 pet fee|
- 2 Queen Beds
- 1 Twin Bed
- 1 Sofa Bed
- Air Conditioning
- Game Room
- Parking Included
- Private Pool
- High Speed Internet
- Pet Friendly
- View (Mountains)
- Full Kitchen
- Linens Provided
- Alarm Clock
- DVD Player
- CD Player
- Ceiling Fan
- Ice Maker
- TV (Cable/Satellite)
- Charcoal Grill
- Refrigerator (Full)
- Coffee Maker
- Miniature Golf
- Movie Theater
- Shopping Area
- Grocery Store
- Amusement Park
- Horseback Riding
Reviews for this vacation guesthouse rental in Chattanooga, Tennessee
Guest: Bits(Puryear, Tn.)
Date of Stay: 07/26/08 Review Submitted: 08/05/08
My family and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The grounds are beautiful and very well maintained. The lodge is clean and bright, the pool is sparkling, the towels are big and fluffy, everything about our stay was excellent . The location is very convenient to the local attractions. We would not hesitate to stay there again on our next visit to Chattanooga. Thanks David!
Recommended for: Pet owners, girls getaway, sightseeing, families with teenagers, people with disabilities, romantic getaway.
A Fabulous place to stay near Chattanooga!
Guest: Vicky123(Winchester, VA)
Date of Stay: 06/26/09 Review Submitted: 07/03/09
We just returned this evening from our weeklong stay at this home - it was the perfect choice for our co-vacationing families. The pool, about 3 - 4 ft. deep was exactly what we needed - just the right depth for two kids to safely enjoy but plenty big enough for the adults to float in and relax. The suntan room was a wonderful bonus. The house has a bedroom and a loft and the playroom with the fold out couch had ample extra room for the rollaway bed. We chose to bring a blow-up mattress and there was plenty of floor room for it in any of the rooms. Our stay included 4 adults, a 17 year old and 2 youngsters (age 7 and 10). Having this home to retreat to in between the local tourist stops was the best choice we could have made. It was large enough so that we never tripped over each other, an easy drive in to Chattanooga, and in a relaxing quiet area. I would absolutely recommend this home to anyone - it was great for our two families. Enjoy your stay - we did!
Owner response: We hope all of guests feel this way.
Guest: PartyOfFive(Oxford, MS)
Date of Stay: 08/27/09 Review Submitted: 09/10/09
My family (2 adults, 1 teenager, and 2 toddlers) and I enjoyed a wonderful 4 day stay the weekend before Labor Day. The house was spotless, the pool was fantastic, and my son thoroughly enjoyed his "private loft". The location of the house made getting into and out of Chattanooga very easy. The peace and quite was exactly what we needed and highly recommend this house for anyone looking. The owner had everything as promised and we will most likely look to rent this place again on our next trip back to Chattanooga.
Recommended for: Age 55+, families with teenagers, families with young children, romantic getaway.
We'll be back
Guest: Happy from Valdosta(Valdosta GA)
Date of Stay: 02/12/10 Review Submitted: 02/26/10
My family and I rented the house for a long weekend in Feb. 2010. We were very pleased with the house and the location that it has to all the places we wanted to go. The owner was very nice to work with and we are planning on returning in the warmer weather so we can enjoy the great pool. We had 5 people in our group and everyone was very comfortable and had room to space out....so much better than staying in a hotel and the cost is very reasonable. It snowed while we were there and the kids had great fun having a yard to play in the snow. We also received our refund of the security deposit soon after we got home. Thanks so much David...hope to see you soon!
Recommended for: Age 55+, adventure seekers, pet owners, girls getaway, sightseeing, families with teenagers, families with young children, romantic getaway.
Guest: Philip(Lancashire, England, UK)
Date of Stay: 07/27/10 Review Submitted: 08/25/10
As a family of four we spent three weeks vacation at Mountains Edge during one of the region's record hot summers! We found the property to be exactly as described. We were pleased with the range of seating options on the deck and around the pool and particularly delighted with the additional of a gazebo with a table and soft chair by the pool which provided most welcome shade during the very hot spell. The constant depth pool was crystal clear and carefully maintained during our stay. The lodge itself was spotlessly clean and delightfully cool and we felt at home immediately. The owner of the property lives nearby and we found him and his family extremely helpful though very discrete. We had carefully researched our three week stay and had found the information about the local area provided in advance by the owner invaluable to our planning. Mountains Edge is at the end of a short private road in a pleasant and very quiet residential area at the foot of Lookout Mountain. The surrounding area is delightfully green and wooded. Surprisingly, in 20 minutes or less easy drive, you are in downtown Chattanooga. We found dozens of restaurants to eat, either in the city near the riverfront or out of town but all within 30 minutes drive. Places and activities that we tried and would recommend include, in and around Chattanooga, a river cruise on the Tennessee River (go for the more personal and knowledgeable Blue Moon cruise), and visits to the Art District (Rembrandts Coffee House is all it's reputed to be), the Aquarium and Ruby Falls. To the south is the delightful and historical village of Chickamauga whilst Cloudland fully met our expectations of America's clean and well maintained state parks. Further afield a trip to the Smoky Mountains at the southern end of the Appellations is a must. The Walker family from Lancashire UK
Wonderful location and facility
Guest: Vacationing Sisters(Michigan)
Date of Stay: 10/08/09 Review Submitted: 10/13/09
The home was exactly as described and provided a much needed retreat for me and my sisters. One of my sisters kept remarking, "I could live in this house." The warmth of the decor and the ammenities helped to make us feel welcomed and right at home. The convenience of the location was another plus. We could within 10 - 15 minutes be in the heart of the action but just as quickly be able to retreat to the peaceful surroundings of the home. The home owner was very easy to work with and very responsive to questions regarding the rental. Thank you for helping to make our Annual Sisters Retreat such a relaxing and meaningful time.
Recommended for: Age 55+, adventure seekers, girls getaway, sightseeing, families with teenagers, families with young children, romantic getaway.