Rustic charm with rocking chairs, mountain views and a year round fireplace. This 4 bedroom, 3 1/2 bathroom cabin can sleep up to 14 people and is located in Dolly Parton's hometown of Sevierville, TN. Located 15 minutes from Dollywood and 30 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, you will arrive at the cabin by easily accessible roads but wont have to fight the Parkway traffic.
Treat yourself to a mountain getaway with all the amenities that this cabin offers. Unwind in the living room watching the large flat screen television with a fire burning warmly in the electric fireplace. The kitchen is fully stocked and has all you will need to prepare memorable meals. Easily sit up to 10 at the table and 4 at the bar. A master king suite with full bath with shower and a jacuzzi tub room is located on the main level as well as two deck spaces to view the breathtaking beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains while drinking your morning cup of coffee. Want to enjoy dinner outside? Grab your food off the grill and dine at the picnic table, wooden rocking chairs and porch swing with your loved ones while taking in the sights and sounds of the mountains. The second level offers you hours of entertainment with an exciting game of pool, air hockey, darts or play the arcade. You can also watch the big game on the large flat screen TV. Two more bedrooms are located on this level with king-sized beds and a full bathroom. Later you can pop a bag of popcorn and head downstairs to the theater room with brand new theater seats! Movies, sports or games on the Xbox One, you choose! Our bunk room with queen and twin bunks is located on this floor along with a sofa sleeper in the theater room with brand new memory foam mattress!
Whether viewed from the deck in the bubbling hot tub or on the wooden rocking chairs you will have a perfect perspective of the ambiance of the mountains. Be close to all the family entertainment the bustling cities of Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg have to offer yet far enough to retreat to the serenity of Papa Bear's Getaway when the day fades for the sanctuary sought after on a Smoky Mountain getaway.