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Tennessee is an incredibly enchanting state to visit in winter. Nashville, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, along with other cities are extremely festive and have countless family-friendly activities during the season. From extravagant light displays to tasty themed treats, we can come up with a lot of reasons to visit Tennessee during Christmas. Of course, you will want somewhere equally as magical to stay! So we’ve rounded up the coziest cabins to rent, that will get you in the spirit with just one glimpse.
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Click on the electric fireplace with ease, enjoy a round of pool, then cuddle up with blankets and watch the sunset on the deck. Don’t forget the hot chocolate with extra marshmallows! This cabin is ideal for couples looking for a Yuletide retreat, or a small family of four. A heart-shaped Jacuzzi resides in the bathroom, which could be as much of a novelty as it is romantic.
With plenty of sleeping space, including the most adorable beds in the loft, this cabin comfortably sleeps six. Santa won’t mind coming down that beautiful stone chimney either. Located right in the middle of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge, a variation of holiday celebrations and activities are at your fingertips.
While the kids won’t be able to get enough of the retro video games, and air hockey table, parents won’t be able to pull themselves away from the views. Two wrap-around porches hug the exterior of this gorgeous cabin, and the Smokies have never looked so stunning. Enjoy breakfast peering out the windows into some of the southeast’s most beautiful terrain.
Have a chic country getaway within this rustic cabin made from reclaimed materials. All of it comes together in a surprisingly sleek way, so it’s optimal for those who crave a bit of modernity. Floor to ceiling windows create the most gorgeous substitute for walls. So when eating at the fireside table, the forest surrounds you. All of the excitement of Nashville is a short drive from this Airbnb Plus.
The living room in this mountain cabin is made for winter. Put a fire in the fireplace, enjoy the towering tree that extends slightly into the expansive space of the vaulted ceiling, bake cookies in the kitchen – this place is ready to accommodate up to eight people. In downtown Gatlinburg, the family can snow tube or ice skate. After this frigid fun, grab a cup of hot chocolate and go “light-seeing”.
This isn’t your typical studio apartment – it’s an actual cabin with a studio layout. However, there are numerous upgrades, like a fireplace and jacuzzi. A kitchen and plush bed are also in the snug space, and we couldn’t think of a more romantic spot to enjoy a holiday getaway with your loved one.
The family can spread out amongst three bedrooms and two bathrooms in this amazing cabin that sits right on Roaring Fork—a rushing river in Gatlinburg. Views from the windows are nothing short of incredible, and downtown Gatlinburg is within walking distance! The interior of the home sits in between “rustic cabin“ and “very traditional“, so it will feel like a cozy home, only a little better.
Same river, different cabin. However, this one is a good bit more rustic than the last. We love the authentic feel within this adorable dwelling. And kids will likely be pretty excited about the double sets of bunk beds in their room. Lots of outdoor space, including a bed within earshot of the river, make this a wonderful choice for enjoying the chilly outdoor environment.
The deck is quite large, and also features a covered hot tub area. So grab a glass of wine and enjoy a relaxing soak, or simply cuddle up and breathe in the fresh mountain air while sitting outside. The interior remains true to cabin construction, with lots of wood. The look is timeless and is even better when enjoyed with family or friends.
From the covered patio complete with a porch swing to the fire pit space, there are so many spaces that overlook the picture-perfect view. Mountains seem to roll in the background forever. This cabin is much lighter and brighter than the typical darker look. It’s quite refreshing and ultra-sleek. Plenty of space featuring bunk beds and other cozy nooks can sleep up to 10 guests.
Parents deserve to get away for a couple of days before holidays get into full swing. This tiny cabin is often used as a bridal suite, but when it’s not, it’s the perfect cabin for couples. Comfy plaid bedding and the endearing wooden structure is both serene and romantic. The cabin is located on a farm, and proximal to other well-known farms, so expect simplicity and tranquility.
The interior can definitely be described as chic, with lots of bright colors and an overall airy feel. The entire place is very uplifting. On the exterior, things get way more traditional, with the A-frame construction standing out, and the red and green colors adding that Christmas flair. When a dusting of snow coats the roof, you’ll be in awe.