Luxury Cabin on the Foothills of Smoky Mountain

From $110 / night

Starr crest Resort, Pigeon Forge, TN 37876
Luxury Cabin on the Foothills of Smoky Mountain
2 bedrooms
6 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps: 6
Type: Cabin
Per night: $110 - $220
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Pigeon Forge vacation cabin rental
Highly appointed & generously sized , the beautiful 2 luxurious bedrooms . The cabin is completely a retreat . A Walking in Clouds offers vaulted ceilings , rustic stoned fireplace & first class furnished interiors . Windows offers spectacular views of Smoky Mountains .

Well equipped kitchen which has all amenities & appliances to ensure your comfortable & enjoyable stay , also added Laundry closet with washers & dryers . Dinning area is adjoining the Kitchen that has nice table which seats 4 guests & located next to the large pictures windows along with breathtaking views.

Enjoy the cozy & comfy couches /love seats at spacious fully furnished Living area . It is ideal place which offers the warmth of cozy gas fire place & crystal clear pictures at large 60 inches Flat screened TV with DVD player & surround systems . The large walls of the windows over looks the panoramic mountains vista .

The luxurious bedroom at main level is highly furnished with great luxuries which included the King bedroom & 20 inches flat screened TV with VCR/DVD. It is adjacent to luxurious bedroom that offers great spacious bathroom along with double sink & shower tub combinations.

The large decks at both levels is perfect for lounging & dinning. Main level's deck offers decorated patio table & porch swing . Upper deck supports other patio table very conveniently that is arranged next to the spacious hot tub. Experience the magnificent sunsets & sunrises while enjoying BBQ at charcoal grills .

Loft is well equipped with the pool table , foosball and air hockey . Cabin is perfect for family entertainment . This offers something for all age groups .

Ray Walls

Area Information
Pigean forgs and surrounding areas

Surrounded by the blue mist of the Great Smoky Mountains, the community of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is filled with rivers and streams, waterfalls and native flowering plants and trees. Pigeon Forge is packed with southern hospitality

Located along Highway 441 only five miles from Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge is an action-packed town. Some of the more popular attractions in Pigeon Forge are the Dollywood Theme park and water park, golf courses with rolling hills, tubing, hiking, backpacking, camping, horseback riding, and hot air balloon rides over the misty blue mountains. Follow any of these activities with dinner at one of many diverse restaurants offering cuisines to inspire all tastes.

Ultimately, the greatest appeal of Pigeon Forge is the natural surroundings that boast four distinct and mild seasons to satisfy the lifestyles of all visitors alike. If the never-ending recreational opportunities of this outdoor mecca do not inspire you, perhaps they will be by the distinction given by Southern Living Magazine Readers' Choice Award in 1996 as being the shopping paradise of the south, with unlimited outlet malls and retail shops.

One of the earliest settlers to the Little Pigeon River in the Sevier County region was a man named Richard Fanshiers, and the town held his name, Fanshiers, until the early 1800s. Along the beautiful river that flowed through the land grew beech trees, and the beech nuts feed the now extinct species of Passenger Pigeons that flocked to the river. In 1820, Isaac Love built an iron forge along the river, and in 1841 a post office was established under the name of Pigeon Forge. In 1885, a mill was built in the location and is still in operation today, using the same machinery. The mill is a National Historic Landmark and a proud part of the history of Pigeon Forge.

In 1946, changing the face of history, an old tobacco barn was sold and became Pigeon Forge Pottery, which is still in existence today. This sale officially marked the first tourism-related business in the region and the beginning of what would transform cornfields into tourist attractions to create the backbone of the local economy. This once sleepy mountain community is now bustling.

The small town atmosphere of Pigeon Forge, filled with genuine southern charm and hospitality, is one of the other many reasons people love it here.

Bluff Mountain, Tennessee

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Oct 01 2016 Dec 16 2016 $190 $210 - - -
Dec 17 2016 Jan 02 2017 $220 $220 - - -
Jan 03 2017 Mar 31 2017 $110 $135 - - -
Apr 01 2017 Jun 02 2017 $140 $165 - - -
Jun 03 2017 Sep 04 2017 $190 $210 - - -
Sep 05 2017 Sep 30 2017 $140 $165 - - -
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Lodging tax: 12.75%
Payment Options: Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
Other Fees: $65.00 cleaning fee
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