What kind of grill do you have at your cabins?

Each cabin below is listed with the type of grill it has. We supply propane for the grill and their should be an adequate supply for normal use.

Bella Vista – Charcoal Grills Only

Laurel Creek Hideaway –  Multiple Charcoal Grills on Site

Smoky Mountain Sunrise – Gas Grill Only

Star Dancer – Gas Grill Only

Cloud Dancer – Gas Grill Only

Should I bring my basketball?

A few of our properties have an outdoor basketball goal, so feel free to bring your own basketballs to shoot some hoops if you are staying at one of those cabins. We do not provide the balls any longer due to the fact that they always seem to disappear after some guests depart.

What should I bring with me to your cabin?

As with most rental cabins, daily housekeeping service is not provided as part of the reservation. Linens and Towels are provided for your stay, and the quantity of towels provided is determined by the occupancy of the cabin. We provide one towel per occupant, plus a few extras as spares. Extra towels will be located in the bathroom cabinets. A washer and dryer is provided in the home to service towels and linens. A starter supply of dish soap, hand soap, paper towels, toilet paper and trash bags are provided as well. We recommend you bring additional quantities of such items since the starter supply is only enough for 1 day. A Food City supermarket is located a few short minutes away and they have most items you will need, including a full service pharmacy.

Can I bring my dog to your cabin?

We do allow dogs at our properties from time to time. You need to contact us and request a pre-approval before we can accept your reservation. For a dog to be considered, it needs to be housebroken and well behaved. You cannot let the dog run loose in the cabin while you are away and will need a method of confining the dog such as a crate.

We do charge a non-refundable pet fee if we approve your request to bring your dog.

Will I see a bear at your property?

Black bears are VERY common in the Gatlinburg area and all around Sevier County and the Smoky Mountains. Every one of our properties have had bears cross them at one time or another. The most common time of the year to see a bear is April – October. Feeding bears is illegal and dangerous. Always keep food and trash inside the cabin. Never leave food inside your car. Bears do know how to open car doors.