Authentic log cabin - original structure built with hand cut logs in 1865. and until 1961was located just down the street from its current location. The original section of this cabin has been added on to and today has all the modern conveniences. ONLY ONE TV in LIVING ROOM. The original owners had dirt floors and cut all the logs by hand, using wooden pegs to build the cabin. The current owner has lovingly filled it with knick knacks and memorabilia from days gone by. They can trace their roots back to Annie Oakley and her photo has a special place in the cabin along with several books about her. Owls, pheasant and bears add to the homey feel welcoming you as soon as you walk in the front door. The modern kitchen located in the original log structure is lovingly decorated in red and white with an apple theme. It's like a trip to Grandma's house. There is only one tv in the living room. The lawn is large and grassy with well tended landscaping. You'll want to spend a great deal of time enjoying the outdoors. The hot tub is located on a covered porch. Covered patio area for grilling and eating outdoors. Both the yard and the house are totally private. There is a side porch just off the log cabin section which has a wonderful swing and glider for those lazy, lazy summer afternoons in the Smoky Mountains. Easy access year round.
Location: Located 2 miles from Glade's Road and the Arts and Crafts Trail, about 5 miles to downtown Gatlinburg.
TV's: 1 Satellite
Central Heat & Air
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Towels & Linens
TV Type: TV
*The depicted cabin location is for general area and planning purposes only. For specific directions please call the Stony Brook office.
Cheryl Gregory on Mar 30, 2015Rate: 4.0
Reservations online was very easy and staff extremely friendly. The cabin was nice, however, not good for someone with allergies due to all the dust. The TV should really be replaced as the picture is horrible - no adjustments could be found. The hot tub was super nice.
Kathie Kok on Nov 10, 2014Rate: 4.0
It was a delightful experience, however, my fault, we have allergies and all the clutter produced dust.