Bear Necessities - Your Cabin in the Smokies

Sevierville, TN 37862
Bear Necessities - Your Cabin in the Smokies
Cabin
3 bedrooms
8 guests
No min stay

Overview Description

Overview

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Sleeps: 8
Type: Cabin
Per night: $165 - $195
Per week: $1,155
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Sevierville vacation cabin rental
Bear Necessities is a beautifully decorated three bedroom, three bathroom chalet located in peaceful Wears Valley. It boasts of excellent views of Cove Mountain. When you stand on the side deck of the house, you are only a stone's throw away from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited National Park in the United States. It is not uncommon to see deer, turkey, and other wildlife roaming through the woods. The entry area stacked stone accents and columns welcome you. Come on in and ring the "Bear Bell."

The main level features "Mama Bear's" kitchen with new stainless steel appliances. It also has a distinctive dining area, living room, and master bedroom with its own private shower and whirlpool tub. The focal point of the living room is the stacked stone, wood-burning fireplace. Also featured are an overstuffed leather couch and loveseat, a flat screen TV with DVD player, a beautiful artistic "twig and bark" entertainment center where you will find the 100+ video library. The master bedroom features a king size bed and French doors that take you out to a lovely sitting area and the hot-tub, all on the main level porch.

The third floor has "Papa Bear's" loft with a pool table, television, and entertainment center. Also on this floor is another private deck with sitting area, a bedroom with generous closet space, a king size bed, and private bathroom.

The lower level is the "Moose's Lounge" at Bear Necessities. It offers a third king size bed, full bathroom, private deck with both a sitting and dining area. This floor also has the laundry room with a full-size washer and dryer. Please enjoy "Baby Bear's" Playstation II System and TV with DVD player down here too.

Attention has been paid to the extras that everyone loves such as the main level outdoor hot tub, four TVs (all with cable channel access), high speed wireless Internet, a charcoal grill, a large outdoor table and benches (seating for eight), comfy rocking chairs, coffee tables, Adirondack gliders, and a five foot wide cedar porch swing.

Bear Necessities will sleep at least six people comfortably. You are only a short distance from Dollywood, Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, and a "short-cut" to a little known entrance to the National Park. In just a few minutes you could be fishing or tubing on the Little River in the Smoky Mountains.

Reserve Bear Necessities and experience a well-deserved vacation for you, your family, and friends. For reservations, you may book a rental cabin online through the link provided or please call Timbercreek Cabin Rentals directly.

Nichole Urban

Area Information
Great Smoky Mountains National Park:
We consider ourselves lucky to have a 500,000 acre backyard only 100 yards from our front door. That backyard is, of course, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Whether your interest lies in fishing, hiking or photography, the Great Smoky Mountains will rise to the occasion. Anyone from a beginner to an experienced mountain climber can find a trail to suit their needs. A hike to Laurel Falls or the top of Mount LeConte is not to be missed. As usual, the view from Clingman's Dome is always a crowd pleaser. If you prefer to drive, then take a lazy drive around the loop in Cades Cove.

Different times of the year bring a variety of natural wonders to the area. Many of wild flowers and migrating birds flourish in late April and early May and during June and July rhododendrons bloom in abundance. Autumn's display of color usually peaks in late October. Any season is a good time to see the many wild animals that inhabit our back yard mountains.

Dollywood and Dollywood Splash Country:
For fun-loving families, no trip to the Smokies would be complete without a day at Dollywood and Dolly's Splash Country. At Dollywood you can ride the Tennessee Tornado (with speeds reaching 65-miles-per-hour), the Blazing Fury and Daredevil Falls. Dreamland Forest is the place for children featuring America's largest interactive tree house. There are over 40 live musical performances plus local crafters exhibiting arts such as grain milling, leathersmithing, lye soap making, wagon making, woodcarving, basket weaving, blacksmithing, broom construction, candy making and glass blowing.

Dollywood's Splash Country is a 25 acre water park with family water rides, speed slides and a huge wave pool. It's North versus South at the Dixie Stampede, but you will be too busy eating with your hands to reach for your guns. A long time favorite for many years, this Smokies style rodeo makes for great entertainment and a great meal at the same time.


Pigeon Forge:
Dozens and dozens of popular attractions, rides, amusements, theaters, museums, and gift shops line the five mile main parkway through Pigeon Forge, all serviced by Trolleys.

Pigeon Forge has educational attractions and museums such as the Dinosaur Walk Museum, the Elvis Museum, the Smoky Mountain Car Museum and WonderWorks, an upside-down interactive museum sure to be a fun stop on every family vacation. Other popular things to do in Pigeon Forge include outlet shopping, miniature golf, bowling, go-Karts, laser tag, arcade games, thrill rides and indoor skydiving.

Outdoor activities in the Pigeon Forge area range from tubing and whitewater rafting to leaf peeping and wildlife-watching to horseback riding and helicopter tours. For extreme adventurers, try Zorb, the New Zealand thrill ride.

Pigeon Forge theaters offer family entertainment suitable for all ages. You can enjoy dinner theater, comedy shows, magic shows and live music, such as Gospel, country, bluegrass and old-fashioned rock 'n' roll. Some Pigeon Forge attractions are seasonal, but many stay open throughout the year.

Gatlinburg:
Visitors can find Gatlinburg attractions around nearly every turn, from family attractions to enjoying the outdoor beauty and adventure of the city's natural settings.

Enjoy downhill snow skiing, rafting Class IV whitewater, golf, 600 miles of hiking trails, fishing in hundreds of miles of streams.

Explore other great Gatlinburg attractions at one of its unique museums, craftsmen fair, miniature golf courses, motion simulators and Go-Karts or bumper cars.

The award for most tourist attractions in Gatlinburg, Tennessee goes to Ripley's. Ripley's features an aquarium, mini golf, haunted adventures, mirror maze, a moving theater, a fun zone and, of course, the famous Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum.

Other attractions in Gatlinburg, Tennessee include the Gatlinburg Sky Lift and Aerial Tramway. Everywhere you turn, you'll find plenty of things to do in Gatlinburg!

Major Area Attractions: Dollywood, Dolly's Splash Country, Cades Cove, Dixie Stampede owned by Dolly Parton, Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, Black Bear Comedy theater, Magic Beyond Belief, The Comedy Barn Theater, Memories Theater, Smoky Mountian Light Festival, Antique Car Shows, and the Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

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Jan 01 2015 Dec 31 2016 $165 $195 $1,155 $3,500 -
Check In: 3 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 9%
Payment Options: American Express, Cashier's Check, Discover, Mastercard, Money Order, Personal Check, Visa
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