3 Ways to Save Money on Vacation in a Gatlinburg Cabin
Are you looking for easy ways to save while on vacation? If your family is searching for new tactics to spend less while visiting the Smoky Mountains, we have 3 ways to save money in the Smokies without sacrificing fun and comfort. From eating in to Gatlinburg cabin discounts, saving can be simple when staying with Stony Brook.
1. Find Gatlinburg Cabin Specials
Stony Brook’s Gatlinburg cabin specials are year-round. Guests who stay 7 nights get one night free, and, now even 6 night stays can receive one night free.
We’re always updating specials and lowering rates, so be sure to search and put in your arrival and departure dates to automatically get a special price on your stay.
2. Eat In
Once guests arrive in the Smokies, they can save a great deal by using the extra amenities we provide in each and every Gatlinburg cabin. Our vacation rentals are completely furnished, from linens to pots and pans, so there’s no need to spend any extra money to make the cabin feel like home.
Many of our guests eat in the cabin during most of their stay because we provide everything to cook. All anyone ever needs to bring are the ingredients. This is an excellent option for families who have special diet restrictions or are just looking to cut vacation costs.
3. Take Advantage of Discounts
Stony Brook offers more than just furnished cabins and discounts. We also offer one free Family Fun Pass to guests for each paid night of their stay. This pass offers one free admission to four of the most popular Smoky Mountain attractions. To use the free ticket, you must show the card and a photo ID with a matching last name.
The four attractions are Adventure Park Zip Lines, Lumberjack Feud Dinner Show, Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies and Ripley’s Davy Crockett Mini Golf. Adventure Park Zip Lines is the best way to get a birds-eye view of the Smokies while soaring on lines up to 2,500 feet long. With the Lumberjack Feud, guests get dinner and a show with a real lumberjack competition right in the Smokies. Ripley’s Aquarium is a world-class place to visit for animal and nature-lovers, while mini golf is a family activity filled with old-fashioned themes and interactive displays.
To save money on a Smoky Mountain vacation, call Stony Brook today at (800) 633-5652. Our friendly reservationists would love to tell you more about our Gatlinburg cabin specials, so you can save money and find the perfect rentals to meet your family’s size, amenity and view requirements.