Gorgeous Pigeon Forge Log Cabin With Stone Details

Take a look inside the charming Pigeon Forge, Tennessee rental house Holden On. This log cabin with stone details, lodge-like touches, a big yard, and room to relax is sure to be a favorite. When you want to get away from home but still feel at home, this 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house in the Great Smoky Mountains is a great choice. It is motorcycle-friendly and can fit up to 8 people. It’s in Pigeon Forge, among the trees, and it’s bright, big, and full of things to make your stay fun, relaxing, and comfy. Play foosball in the loft, watch movies on the flatscreen, rest in the hot tub, read a good book by the fireplace, sleep in a queen-size bed, and drink coffee on the porch swing every morning. At the Holden On, a pet-friendly log house in the Smokies, families and friends are sure to have a relaxing and memorable stay.

The rustic decorations in the living room remind you of the area’s past, and the cozy living room at Holden On is a good place to start. You can take a nap on the comfy couch, which can also be used as a bed. You can also put your feet up in the chair and put your pet’s bed by the window. Evenings, you can watch a funny show on the flat-screen TV or start a fire in the stacked-stone gas fireplace, which is great for cool mountain nights. If you’re on holiday and want to watch a lot of movies, you can put snacks and drinks on the coffee table and end tables and put your favorite TV show on DVD. This living area can only lead to good times.

Just a few feet away is the galley kitchen, which has pots and pans, cutlery, mugs, tools, and everything else you need to make homemade meals at the log cabin. For breakfast, you can toast bagels, spread them with cream cheese from the fridge, and cook eggs and bacon on the stove. At lunchtime, you can either heat up last night’s leftovers from a restaurant in the microwave or go into town to try something new. When it’s time for dinner, make the kids’ favorite dish and give them a special dessert from the fridge. Run the dishes after everyone has eaten so you don’t have to clean up. If you want a midnight snack, you can stock the kitchen with everyone’s favorite tasty treats and still feel good about your holiday.

The Holden On has a large eating area with a wooden table for 6 or more people, 2 long benches, and 2 end chairs. There is also a dining table with a wide variety of foods. When everyone is full, you can make room for a board game (there are a few) or just hang out with a cup of herbal tea and talk about what you did in Pigeon Forge that day. The log house has a loft with a living room. If you want more fun and games, you can go upstairs to the game room, where there is a foosball table and a dart board. You can play with your friends or take it seriously.

More about this cabin can be found at: Cabins For You


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