Whether you’re planning a family vacation, a romantic getaway, or an adventure with friends, you’ll love staying at Robin’s View. The 2-bedroom cabin offers plenty of peace and serenity, thanks to its location atop a ridge among the Great Smoky Mountains. At the same time, it’s just a 5-minute drive to bustling Pigeon Forge and 10 minutes from the restaurants, shops, and entertainment of downtown Gatlinburg.
With a covered front porch, a screened-in rear porch, and a rear deck that spans the width of the cabin, Robin’s View makes it easy to relish the sights, sounds, and scents of mountain life. Sip your morning coffee on a porch rocker as birds chirpily greet the day; watch the sunset over the mountains from the deck chairs in the back; and any time of day (or night!) late in the deck’s roomy hot tub. The gentle rustling of the breeze through the trees makes the experience even more relaxing. And because the tub will have been emptied, sanitized, and refilled prior to your arrival, you can even start your stay with a soak. It’s just what you need after a day of traveling!
If you want to begin your vacation with a nap, you can do that too. Robin’s View has a bedroom on each of its 2 floors, and both bedrooms offer a comfortable king-size bed, a TV, an en-suite bathroom, and plenty of storage. The upstairs suite, which commands the entire loft, has the advantage of a gas fireplace—so romantic! Not to be outdone, the main-floor bedroom has its own jetted tub, a perfect escape for some quality private time.
Have additional guests? No problem: The sofa in the living room can convert into a bed for 2, enabling Robin’s View to accommodate up to 6 overnight guests.
The living area looks exactly as you’d expect a charming mountain cabin to look. The wood floors, walls, and cathedral ceiling will gleam in the sunlight streaming through the windows; in winter they’ll take on a golden glow thanks to the stone-surround gas fireplace. Snuggle on the plush couch to watch a movie; curl up in the glider armchair to read a book or surf the web. Or gather everyone around the coffee table or the adjacent dining table for a game of Scrabble or Uno. The relaxed, comfortable vibe encourages everyone to hang out and simply enjoy being together.
Thanks to its convenient location, when you stay at Robin’s View you have plenty of restaurants just minutes away: You can visit a steakhouse one night, a seafood eatery the next, a pizzeria after that… But it can be even more fun (and certainly more affordable) to eat in. The cabin has a charcoal grill as well as a fully equipped kitchen; whether you have a hankering for burgers or haute cuisine, we’ve got you covered.
The dining table lets you enjoy your meal with the woods outside the windows as a backdrop. After you’ve cleared the table and loaded the plates into the dishwasher, you can head out to the deck or porch for after-dinner drinks.
You’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to ways to spend your days: hiking in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, skiing at Ober Gatlinburg, shopping along the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Loop, enjoying the rides at Dollywood, and so much more. But no matter which activities and attractions you choose, you’ll love returning to the quiet comforts and beautiful vistas of Robin’s View. Don’t miss out; make your reservation today, before someone beats you to it!
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
- Ceiling Fans
- Central Air
- Washer & Dryer
- Hot Tub
- Screened Balcony
- Nearby Grocery
- Outlet Shopping
- DVD Player
- Free Wifi
Guest Rating for
Jackie S (Reviewed on 23 Aug 2018)
Would definitely stay again!
Corey (Reviewed on 23 Aug 2018)
A Vacationer (Reviewed on 02 Aug 2018)
Dwayne (Reviewed on 06 Jul 2018)
Super nice cabin, our second time there
A Vacationer (Reviewed on 29 Jun 2018)