Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg is a fun family-friendly spot to visit just about any time of year. Spring showers produce wildflowers, summer brings great weather for hiking, and fall offers amazing views of the changing leaves. In winter, Ober Gatlinburg amusement park and ski area is perfect for learning how to hit the slopes.
After a day of shopping downtown, visiting attractions such as Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Odditorium, and sampling area restaurants, you’ll need a cozy place to crash. Gatlinburg cabins feature majestic mountain views, deckside hot tubs, fireplaces, game rooms, and more. Whether you want to stay close to the action or further away from it all, we’ve found some fabulous places to stay with your loved ones in Gatlinburg. Find your home away from home below in descending order of how many guests each rental accommodates.
Surrounded by the Great Smoky Mountains, this hand-constructed Scandinavian log lodge is nestled on 2.8 acres. Spacious and luxurious, this Gatlinburg cabin is perfect for celebrations, including weddings, family vacations, anniversaries, birthday parties, corporate retreats, family reunions, and graduations. With eight king bedrooms, six sleeper sofas, and 10 bathrooms, the 7,000-square-foot space can accommodate up to 26 guests. An elevator makes towing luggage up to your room a breeze.
Highlights include breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains and Mount LeConte, two hot tubs, and a private movie theater — complete with popcorn and candy. The game room features a pool/ping pong table, air hockey, foosball, shuffleboard, and a retro Pac-Man arcade game.
Cozy up by the gas fireplace on the wraparound deck or roast marshmallows over the massive stone fire pit and gaze up at the night sky. Take in incredible sunset mountain views from the benches on the front porch, or watch the sun come up over the mountains from one of the several rocking chairs. Gatlinburg is 15 minutes from here, while Pigeon Forge is a 25-minute drive.
Perched on the mountainside just above downtown Gatlinburg, this four-bedroom house is within walking distance of area attractions. Features include a pool table, stone fireplace, screened-in porch, and hot tub. The national park entrance is just minutes away from this centrally located cabin.
Just a couple of miles from downtown Gatlinburg and a few miles from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park entrance, this five-bedroom cabin can accommodate up to 16 guests. Amenities include a fireplace, movie room, pool table, and “multicade” with 60 classic arcade games. Relax in the hot tub on the covered lower deck or rock in the rocking chairs on the main floor’s covered deck and take in Gatlinburg views.
Plenty of great restaurants, shopping, hiking, mini-golf, and more can be found within minutes of this vacation rental. Shop locally crafted treasures at the Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community, which is just a short drive from here.
Nestled in the sought-after Chalet Village neighborhood, this four-bedroom, 3,100-square-foot cabin is just minutes from downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. Gather around the stone fireplace in the living room and look out at the stunning mountain views through the large windows. Take in awe-inspiring views from the expansive covered decks and warm up by the fire pit or in the hot tub.
The game room boasts a pool table, shuffleboard, and a multicade with over 60 arcade games. The bunk room has another multicade as well as an air hockey table. A large, flat driveway provides ample parking.
With four king bedrooms and one with two queen-sized beds, this spacious three-story cabin sleeps 12. Features include a fireplace, a game room with a pool table and 20-game arcade, and spacious decks that offer majestic mountain views. Unwind in the hot tub on the side deck.
This vacation rental is conveniently located just 5 minutes from Gatlinburg shopping, Anakeesta outdoor entertainment complex, mini-golf, and other area attractions. Take the tram to Ober Gatlinburg amusement park and ski area. Drive a bit further to reach Great Smoky Mountains National Park or head over to Pigeon Forge to visit Dollywood and other attractions.
Perched on the side of a mountain off of Highway 321, this four-bedroom cabin is perfect for those who want to be within walking distance of downtown Gatlinburg. Amenities include a gas log fireplace, large porches, a pool table, and a hot tub.
If you don’t want to walk downtown, take the trolley, which stops near the house. Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies is just one mile away, while the national park’s Sugarlands Visitor Center is 3.8 miles from here.
This three-bedroom, 1,900-square-foot cabin offers unobstructed views of the mountains. Highlights include a fireplace, hot tub, and three decks. Take advantage of community amenities, including three clubhouses, three pools, and tennis courts. Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are just minutes away, while Dollywood and LeConte Center lie 10 miles from here.
Take in panoramic mountain views from the hot tub of this four-bedroom cabin’s two-story gazebo. Other amenities include a fireplace, coffered ceilings with indirect lighting, a pool table, and a two-player tabletop arcade. The second floor of the gazebo has a picnic table so you can dine as you get a bird’s-eye view of the Smoky Mountains.
Overlooking beautiful Mt. LeConte, this two-bedroom cabin can be found in Gatlinburg Falls Resort. Features include a hot tub, pool table, air hockey, and multicade and Golden Tee arcade games. Both levels boast gorgeous mountain views from expansive covered back decks.
Both the parkway and downtown Gatlinburg are just minutes away. Enjoy easy access to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Pigeon Forge can be reached in just 15 minutes.
Located on the edge of a mountain in Smoky Mountain Village, this gorgeous upscale two-bedroom log cabin can accommodate up to five guests. With a 3,000-foot elevation, the cabin comes with a winding drive up a fairly steep incline. Spectacular views of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Ober Gatlinburg ski resort, Mt. LeConte, and the night lights of Gatlinburg make the drive up worth it. Watch the Sky Tram ascend up the mountain from the deck. In winter, you can watch skiers traverse down the mountain. Soak it all in from the hot tub on the back deck. Two parking spaces are assigned to this rental.
During warmer months, guests can use the swimming pool and tennis courts at the Chalet Village Resort. Dollywood, Ober Gatlinburg ski resort, Gatlinburg, and the Sugarlands Visitors Center entrance to the national park are all just minutes away from the cabin.
Located in the prestigious Hemlock Hills Log Cabin Resort, this cozy one-bedroom log cabin is less than 10 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, just outside The Gatlinburg Arts and Crafts Community. Also known as the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community, the 8-mile loop is dotted with shops and galleries.
The cabin itself features an electric fireplace, an air hockey table, and a private back deck with a hot tub. Sit in the handcrafted rocking chairs and take in the mountain views. Parking for two vehicles is provided just outside the front door.
Enjoy easy access to the national park entrances, downtown Gatlinburg, and the back way to Pigeon Forge. Both Dollywood and the main Pigeon Forge Strip are about 20 minutes from here.
Tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac, this 1,200-square-foot chalet-style cabin offers magnificent mountain and ridge views. Inside, you’ll find custom log furniture, cathedral ceilings, and large picture windows. On the covered deck, you’ll find a hot tub, complete with LED lights and a waterfall, a double glider rocker, and a picnic table.
Both downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are just a 10-minute drive from here. If this cabin is already booked during your desired dates, check out this host’s other vacation rentals, including this luxury log cabin, this couple’s dream cabin, this couple’s mountain retreat, and this custom cabin with beautiful mountain views.