Whether you plan to spend most of your time exploring the area attractions or relaxing in the cabin, Alpine Nights is right for you. The 3-bedroom log home is centrally located near everything both Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have to offer. At the same time, it’s packed with amenities including a home theater, a hot tub, a pool table, and air hockey.
Alpine Nights is well suited for several couples vacationing together as well as for a family (or 2). Each of its 3 spacious bedrooms qualifies as a master suite, with a luxurious king-size bed, a fireplace, a TV, and a private bathroom. What’s more, sofas in the great room and the game room open into beds for 2, enabling the cabin to sleep 10 people in all.
The great room’s living area offers 2 leather couches where you can watch a movie on the flat-screen HDTV with DVD player or enjoy cocktails by the fireplace. The table in the adjacent dining area is large enough to seat 8 people with ease, and another 4 can pull up to the accompanying breakfast bar. The breakfast bar doubles as the kitchen island and is a perfect place to sit and help the cook with meal prep… or at least keep the cook company. As for the kitchen itself, it’s equipped with everything from a full-size refrigerator/freezer and oven/stove to a blender and coffeemaker to pots, pans, and tableware. Perhaps best of all, there’s a dishwasher too—and while we’re on the subject of appliances, Alpine Nights has its own washer and dryer as well.
Alpine Nights’ game room ensures that you’ll never be bored during your stay. When you’re not shooting pool at the full-size billiard table, you can play air hockey or try your hand at one of the 2 arcades. If that sounds too tiring after a day on the go, relax in the cabin’s home theater instead. Ease back into one of the 9 cinema-style seats and watch a movie, a TV show, or a sporting event on the wide screen. You may never want to visit your local movie theater again!
Or head outside to one of Alpine Nights’ 2 rear decks, its front porch, or its gazebo. The decks and the porch are furnished with rocking chairs—a Smoky Mountain must-have. The lower deck is also home to the spacious hot tub. Especially after a day of hiking, skiing, biking, or rafting, you’re sure to relish a rejuvenating soak. The gazebo is outfitted with a picnic table and benches so that you can dine alfresco; the singing of wrens and warblers is the perfect background music. Because the gazebo has a ceiling fan, you can stay comfortable even during the midsummer heat. You can cook alfresco too, on the cabin’s charcoal grill. While you’re waiting for the kabobs or burgers to be ready, you can laze on the bench swing just a few paces beyond the gazebo.
Between the game room, the hot tub, the deck rockers, the gazebo, and the home theater, you could easily have a fun-filled vacation without leaving the premises. But Alpine Nights’ proximity to Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge makes it so easy to get to all the area’s hot spots. Just about everything is within a 20-minute drive: the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area and Amusement Park, the Titanic Museum, restaurants, shops… you name it.
When you stay at Alpine Nights, you’re certain to make memories you’ll long cherish. Book your stay today, and start planning what just might be your best vacation yet.
Plus Additional Fees
***Two night minimum stay required. *** Final pricing will include fees in addition to rent; including an end of stay cleaning fee, non refundable damage waiver, booking fee, local and state tax and community application fee (on select communities). *** All fees will be provided prior to booking.
- Charcoal Grill
- Coffee Maker
- Full Kitchen
- Medical Srvs Nearby
- Nearby Grocery
- Outlet Shopping
- Ceiling Fans
- Central Air
- Washer & Dryer
- Hot Tub
Guest Rating for
Best vacation ever!
Jacqueline M Sinott (Reviewed on 18 Jun 2018)
Beautiful, Spacious Cabin with Lots of Activities
A vacationer (Reviewed on 18 May 2018)
Very nice place except for internet not working and living room couch broken down
A vacationer (Reviewed on 08 May 2018)