Family vacations are all about spending time together, and there’s no better place to spend that time than God’s Little Acre. The 3-bedroom log home is a spacious, beautifully appointed getaway where the whole gang can hang out together ; it also offers plenty of rooms where one can escape for some private time. Just as important, it’s only a short drive to just about all of the area’s attractions.
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A custom-built home in Gatlinburg’s private Cobbly Nob neighborhood, God’s Little Acre exemplifies rustic refinement. Great big windows almost seem to bring the outdoors inside - fabulous view, lots of sunlight showing off the lustrous wood-planked walls, floors, and cathedral ceiling to perfection. Whether you’re seated on the brand new comfy sectional sofa watching TV, curled up in the recliner with a good book, or playing charades in front of the stone-surround fireplace, you’ll feel right at home!
The homey feeling extends to the dining area. There’s room for the whole family to gather at the log-style table, which seats 6 with ease. Or perhaps you’d rather take your meal outdoors to the large screened-in porch, which also has a table to accommodate 6. The porch is likely to be a popular spot for hanging out even when you’re not eating: The screens let in the mountain breeze while keeping uninvited buzzing guests out, and the ceiling fans ensure that the space feels cool even in the heat of summer. If you are eating in, rather than heading to one of the myriad nearby restaurants, you’ll find all the appliances, cookware, and tableware you’ll need in the fully equipped kitchen. What’s more, its open layout enables several people to cook at once: Mealtime prep can be a group activity.
Yet another gathering spot is the loft’s game room. The loft area has a beautiful, 7 foot pool table and is ideal for watching a movie on the large flat-screen TV or surfing the web on the free WiFi. Two arcade games, one stand up and one cocktail table - both two person. All your favorites from the 80's - pac man, donkey kong and much more.
The master suite is up in the loft. It too has a king-size bed, along with a comfortable reading chair and a private bathroom that boasts a jetted tub. After a day on the go, a long, lazy soak will feel so good!
All 3 king bedrooms are restful retreats, with wood-planked walls, log-style furnishings, and a TV. Two of the bedrooms are on the main floor; both with beautiful, comfortable king-size beds.. They share the hall bath which has a jetted. tub.
And the deck features a large hot tub. You can luxuriate among the steamy bubbles while watching the trees sway in the breeze during the day or while searching for constellations in the night sky.
Because God’s Little Acre is located in Cobbly Nob—itself set within a 1,000-acre resort—when you stay in the summer you can swim in the neighborhood’s 2 outdoor pools. One of the pools is even within walking distance of the cabin. Any golfers in your group will be delighted to know that at the foot of Cobbly Nob is the Bent Creek Golf Course, designed by Masters and British Open champion Gary Player.
Just a bit farther afield is the Gatlinburg Arts & Crafts Loop, and in just about 15 minutes you can drive to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a true must-visit. What’s more, God’s Little Acre is less than a half-hour from downtown Gatlinburg, home to restaurants, shops, the Guinness World Records Adventure, an aquarium, thrill rides, and a tram that will carry you over the town to Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area.
However you spend your days, you’ll love coming back to God’s Little Acre to enjoy good times with your family. So book your stay today, and get ready to make fun-filled memories you’ll long cherish.
Main floor 2 King bedrooms share hall bath
Loft Master King suite
Location: Cobbly Nob
TV's: 4 Flat Screens
Central Heat & Air
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Towels & Linens
TV Type: LCD TV
Swimming Pool Access
Park Grill: charcoal
*The depicted cabin location is for general area and planning purposes only. For specific directions please call the Stony Brook office.