Located in the mountains near Townsend, Tennessee lies the Evergreen Cottage. Both the Duplex Spruce and the Duplex Jack Pine are available as cottages. The cozy Evergreen Cottage has two private bedrooms that are joined by a door. Each bedroom has its own full bathroom and a deep garden tub. The front porch connects two separate entrances. All four couples can stay comfortably in the Evergreen Cottage, or individual couples can rent either half of the cottage. There is one king-sized bed on the Spruce side, so it can sleep two people. There are two double beds on the Jack Pine side of the cottage, so that four people can stay there comfortably. The Evergreen Cottage is a good option for those on a tighter budget who want to stay in a Smoky Mountain cottage.
It’s right adjacent to the Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro, which is a major plus. There is a king-sized bed in the Spruce half of the duplex and two double beds in the Jack Pine side, and all units are pet-free. On both sides of the cottages is a digital flat-screen television, a microwave, a mini-fridge, and a coffeemaker stocked with Apple Valley’s own freshly roasted beans. There are two miles of paths available to you throughout your visit. If you hire the complete cabin, the connecting door between the two rooms will be unlocked, and vice versa if you only use one room. Relax in comfort at the Dancing Bear Lodge in the quieter part of the Smokies during your next vacation. Cades Cove and the other wonderful Smoky Mountain sights are must-sees throughout your holiday.
Cades Cove and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, which protects more than 187,000 acres of Appalachian woodland, are the area’s most popular tourist destinations. To reach the Smokies, many of the almost 9 million annual visitors start in Townsend. It’s easy to see why so many people have a soft spot for this area, with its abundance of scenic waterways, secluded woods, camping places, and animals. If time is limited during your Smoky Mountains vacation, don’t miss the opportunity to take in breathtaking panoramas from the park’s highest point, Clingmans Dome’s observation tower (elevation 6,643 feet). There are many beautiful trees and waterfalls to admire along the twisting road. Camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, scenic drives, interpretative programs, and more are all available to guests at Dancing Bear Lodge.
Cades Cove is a valley about 10 miles from Townsend, Tennessee, on the road to Great Smoky Mountains National Park. There are beautiful mountain vistas, historic homesteads, churches, and cemeteries to visit, and roaming black bears to snap photos of. Long cut off from the rest of the world by geography, this side of the Smokies is known as the “Peaceful Side” because it provides a natural alternative to the manmade tourist attractions found in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
Available for rent at Dancing Bear.