Wilderness Lodge, 3 Bedrooms, Loft, Hot Tub, Sleeps 14
Wears Valley, Sevierville, TN
3 BR, 3 BA, Sleeps 14,Mountain View
Guest Ratings:
5/5 (28)
Wilderness Lodge, a 3-floor cabin has so much going for it, we don’t know where to start. Not only is it in a stunning setting with views from its large decks, but it’s also just minutes from restaurants, parks, attractions, and activities ranging from skiing ... cont.
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Property quick facts for Wilderness Lodge
  • Bedroom #1 (1 King)
  • City: Pigeon Forge
  • Bedroom #3 (1 King)
  • Bedroom #2 (1 King)
  • Pool: Yes
  • Extra Bedding (1 Queen, 1 Bunk Bed)
  • View: Mountain View
  • No Smoking Rental
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: No
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Elevator: No
  • Bathrooms: 3
  • More Bedding (1 Sofa Sleeper)
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Description for Wilderness Lodge
Wilderness Lodge, a 3-floor cabin has so much going for it, we don’t know where to start. Not only is it in a stunning setting with views from its large decks, but it’s also just minutes from restaurants, parks, attractions, and activities ranging from skiing to white-water rafting. Plus the cabin itself is packed with luxuries, including an outdoor hot tub and a jetted tub in each of its 3 bathrooms. And just wait till you see the game room!

The cabin can sleep up to 14 people. Each floor has its own en-suite bedroom, complete with a king-size bed, a TV, and a bathroom. A master suite is, in fact, the only room on the loft level, so if it’s maximum privacy you want—plus a jetted tub right in the bedroom rather than in the bathroom—this is the suite for you. All 3 bedrooms are wonderfully restful, with their wood-planked floors, walls, and ceilings, log style furnishings, and views of the dense woodlands and the mountains beyond.
The game room will be a hit for the whole family. If you’re traveling with kids, they’ll probably beg you to let them have this as their bedroom! This roomy space also includes a full-size pool table and a large HDTV with cable and surround sound. There’s even a gas fireplace to keep you toasty in winter.

If you want to celebrate after winning your pool game—or need to console yourself after losing—step right out from the game room onto the lower deck and ease into the hot tub. As you soak among steamy jets of water you can watch eagles and falcons soar above the mountains while the breeze rustles through the trees. It’s a true feast for the senses!

Of course, you can also savor the sights and sounds without soaking in the tub. Kick back on one of the deck rockers first thing in the morning to listen to songbirds greet the day; enjoy an alfresco meal on the deck’s log-style table; nurse a nightcap with that special someone on the porch swing in the silvery glow of the moonlight. These are the magical moments you’ll remember long after you’ve returned home.
On the top level is a a great loft that is perfect for a couple or several children. This large open room features a queen sleeper sofa and a bunk bed that can sleep comfortably up to 4.
The main floor is home to the great room. The double-height vaulted ceiling and expansive windows complement the rustic yet refined furnishings and add to the airy, open feel. The whole gang can hang out together even while everyone does his or her own thing: nestle on a sofa and watch a movie on the large HDTV with satellite TV; stretch out and surf the web via the free WiFi; play Monopoly at the large dining table; enjoy a snack by the glow of the cabin’s gas fireplace. There is even a queen sleeper sofa bed in this room for extra sleeping capacity.

Whether you plan to create culinary masterpieces or simply brew coffee in the morning, you’ll appreciate the sparkling kitchen. Newer appliances, gadgets, cookware, tableware, and plenty of counter space and elbow room: The kitchen has it all. There’s even a breakfast nook where family and friends can help with slicing and stir… or at least keep you company while you channel your inner chef.

If you’re better at making reservations than making dinner, you’ll be delighted that Away in the Mountains is only 15 minutes from the many restaurants of downtown Gatlinburg. Also nearby is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which you can explore by foot, by bike, on horseback, or by car. Because the cabin is located in Gatlinburg’s Arts and Crafts community, you’ll be among the Arts and Crafts Loop, an 8-mile trail of galleries, studios, and shops. And if you visit in summer, you’ll have free use of the Settler’s Ridge pool and patio.

Wilderness Lodge offers something for just about everyone. That’s why you should book your stay today; you don’t want everyone else to beat you to it!

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***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.

Amenities for Wilderness Lodge
  • Refrigerator
  • Ice Maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Utensils
  • Oven
  • Cookware
  • Microwave
  • Coffee Maker
  • Toaster
  • Full Kitchen
  • Stove
  • Fireplace
  • Central Air
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Washer & Dryer
  • Linens
  • More Bedding (1 Sofa Sleeper)
  • Bedroom #1 (1 King)
  • Bedroom #3 (1 King)
  • Bedroom #2 (1 King)
  • Extra Bedding (1 Queen, 1 Bunk Bed)
  • DVD Player
  • Free Wifi
  • Pool Table
  • Satellite
  • Golf
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Deck
  • Hot Tub
  • Outlet Shopping
  • Shopping
  • Nearby Grocery
  • Miniature Golf
  • Neighborhood - Wears Valley

Reviews for Wilderness Lodge
Our family of six loved staying in this beautifully decorated home. We had everything we needed for the week we were there. No issues. The pool was out of order but it rained 3 of our days so it was fine. We would definitely stay again in this house if ever returning to the area. We did use our GPS to get everywhere including all the different roads to the house from different towns we visited. Pretty sure if we didn't have that we would have been lost a few times...just make sure you load your map/directions before leaving the house as you lose service between the house and town. Great area in a great house.
A Vacationer from , , , (Reviewed on 10 Aug 2018)

Would definitely recommend this house to others!
Away in the Mountains is a beautiful home with everything we needed for our family of six. The house is spacious and clean. We had no issues. The pool was not available during our stay but we did use the hot tub. Very relaxing and close to Great Smoky National Park which was why we came to the area. Would definitely recommend this house to others!
Sue Lingen from , , , (Reviewed on 10 Aug 2018)

Very Nice!
The cabin was very nice and we would stay again. As far as the road to get there, it was not bad by comparison to others I've stayed at. Had issues with the fridge not getting/staying very cold and the dishwasher leaking, but they were responsive to our service requests. The cabin in spacious and is well kept.
A Vacationer from , , , (Reviewed on 29 Jun 2018)

Jody Bell from , , , (Reviewed on 15 Jun 2018)

Beautiful cabin
The view was spectacular I sat on the swing quite a bit enjoying the sounds of nature. Kitchen was stocked with every utensil and cookware I could've needed. Cabin is very spacious never felt overcrowded. Each room beautifully decorated. I really enjoyed myself and definetly will be back.
A vacationer from , , , (Reviewed on 20 May 2018)

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