Pine Mountain Retreat
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“Pine Mountain Retreat” is tucked quietly into the trees of the Smoky Mountains, a newly built rustic retreat that still puts you just a short drive from downtown Pigeon Forge and all sorts of outdoor activities this area is known and loved for! With two decks, two hot tubs, a theater and game room, there are more than enough ways to keep your group entertained, even if you stay in!
You can soak under the stars in one of the large hot tubs on the lower deck, Or fire up the grill and dine al fresco among the trees. Inside “Pine Mountain Retreats'” main floor, is an open living room featuring a smart TV and electric fireplace. A large fully stocked kitchen and dining room with seating for 14. On this level you will also find a King Master Suite and the laundry room.
Head up to the middle level to find a cozy theater room with a mini fridge perfect for enjoying a movie night in with the family. The hall houses a twin bunk bed on the way to the two additional King Master Suites.
On the top floor, be greeted with the pool table and take part in a friendly game and enjoy a nice hang out area with your favorite game on the tv. Here you will also find a treehouse master suite equipped with a custom twin bunk bed and a low-lying twin bed to accommodate the whole crew and the final King Master Suite.
At “Pine Mountain Retreat” you are so close to all the action in downtown PIgeon Forge including Dolly’s Stampede and the ever fun Dollywood Theme Park, Gatlinburg is just a 20-minute drive away with family-friendly activities like theme and adventure parks, ziplining, shopping, and dining. You’ll also find your fair share of Appalachian breweries around here! No matter what you choose to explore, “Pine Mountain Retreat” is ready to welcome you with a modern cabin design, a relaxing atmosphere, and plenty of space to connect!
If you love spending time in nature, staying active, and celebrating wildlife, a trip to the Great Smoky Mountains is a must. Located along the Tennessee/North Carolina border and home to the country’s most visited national park, the Smokies provide over 800 miles of hiking trails, rivers, and a good chance at a black bear sighting. The ancient mountains invite you to connect with one of the oldest mountain ranges in the world and walk among century-old trees. Talk about a step back in time! This home comes with a pack n' play travel crib available to accommodate you and your little ones!