Enhance your Tennessee travels with a comfortable stay in the many cozy cabins that are available to rent throughout the state. Secluded in nature but close enough to needed amenities, Tennessee's cabins take the guess work out of choosing a unique lodging experience. Here are a few cabins that are ideal places to lay your head.
The whole family will feel right at home in USA Raft Resort's Boone Cabin. It sleeps 16 people and features a large screened porch so you can fall asleep to the sounds of the Nolichucky River, single bunks, fireplace and woodstove and a dining area. A community bath house and the Lodge has a full kitchen and full-size bathroom. This cabin is perfect for groups and large families. USA Raft Resort also offers bungalows, The Tiny House Cabin which has a private kitchen and bathroom, and the Crockett Cabin which sleeps 42.
Cherokee Orchard Cabins - Gatlinburg
Traveling with a large group? Family reunions, bachelorette and bachelor parties and other traveling groups can relax and unwind in the spacious Cherokee Orchard Cabins by Wyndham Rentals in Gatlinburg. There are a variety of cabin options that sleep upwards of 96 guests with enough space for everyone to feel comfortable. Home theaters, game rooms, furnished decks, hot tubs and large fully-equipped kitchens are just some of the features in the cabins. If you’re looking for something smaller, Cherokee Orchard Cabins also offers rentals that sleep 6-8 persons.
Douglas Haus - Dandridge
On the banks of Douglas Lake is a quaint fishing cabin, Douglas Haus. The short-term rental has four bedrooms, two baths, a cigar room and game room, perfect for a guy's retreat or family gathering. Enjoy stunning views of the lake, easy access to the water, wood fireplace, furnished deck and a fully equipped kitchen to cook all your meals.
DixieLand Cabins - Dover
Disconnect from life's hustle for a while with a cabin in the woods with Dixieland Cabins in Dover, approximately 40 minutes from Clarksville. Two-bedroom cabins that sleep six come with a kitchen and bathrooms. Each cabin also has access to a pavilion and gas grill. Make this your home base as you explore the hiking trails at the Big Sandy Unit Tennessee National Wildlife Refuge and the history at Fort Donelson National Battlefield, both closely located.
Tims Ford State Park - Winchester
Curl up in one of the 20 rustic, two-bedrooms, one-bath cabins situated near Tims Ford Lake at Tims Ford State Park. The cabins have an equipped kitchen with a microwave, refrigerator, stove, oven, coffee maker, utensils and linens. A gas fireplace, outdoor balcony and a television with DirecTV are also included. Embark on the 6.5 miles of unpaved trails and 22 miles of bike trails that can also be used for hiking. You can also play a round of golf at the Jack Nicklaus-designed The Bear Trace at Tims Ford golf course.
Pickwick Landing State Park - Counce
Book a stay in one of the seven new premium cabins now available at Pickwick Landing State Park. The cabins have a variety of bed sizes from queen-size to king-size for the ultimate comfort. Enjoy view of the lake right from the living room. Enjoy a fully-equipped kitchen along with WiFi, gas fireplace, cable TV and more.
Rock & Refuge - McEwen
Check into this rustic cabin tucked away in McEwen, one hour west of Nashville. You’ll love cooking breakfast in the early morning in the full kitchen, the beautiful full bath and living area that has some board games and books. Snuggle up on the couch with a fire burning in the wood-burning fireplace. By day, explore the 200-acre farm filled with cattle, goats, horses and chickens. Rock ‘n Refuge also has a treehouse, hobbit house and The Barn which sleeps approximately 16 people.
If you're traveling solo, with your significant other or in a large group, Tennessee has a cabin for you. Rustic charm and modern amenities will give you a great stay. For these and more unique lodging options, check out our Places to Stay.
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