Stayed at Stonecreek Cabins for a fall getaway in the Smokey Mountains. My husband and I stayed at Bear Trail....what an awesome treat as you entered the doors. This cabin was perfect and I can't even describe how cozy and comfortable it was. The bedroom was a CABIN INSIDE OF A CABIN- my cozy romantic little nest. We spent a lot of time in the hot tub on the back deck. We would have loved a view of the mountains like we have had in other cabins, but the cabin itself made up for the lack of view. The wonderful welcoming touches left for us...wine on ice, cheese and crackers,fixings for smores, popcorn and a cake in the refrigerator...who could have ask for more. Soft lighting and music upon arrival and a crackling fireplace.......it was awesome!! The cabin was a quaint little cabin with everything anyone could ask for. Never once turned on the TV because we enjoyed so many other things. Can't wait to return and stay at the other 2 cabins offered. I'm sure they are as beautiful as this one was.
Lise runs the absolute-best getaway in all the Smokey Mountains. As we pulled in the Treehouse Cabin's driveway, we were surrounded by tall bamboo, gently lit with LED lights. The cabin itself was picture-perfect, inside and out. Lise has provided nearly every luxury and commodity... Right down to laundry soap, lovely welcome gifts, DVD library, and many kitchen accessories. Best of all was the complete seclusion, as we could sleep all day... And never worry about having any visitors, apart from mountain wildlife. Definitely go again, and absolutely ZERO complaints.
We stayed at the Treehouse cabin. Very cozy and quaint. The cabin has everything you need. Great extras for when you arrived like wine and chocolate; it was a great touch. Our overall stay was good. There were a few things that we did not particularly care for. One was the décor outside. It was the first week of August and they had a wire snowman and Christmas tree bows with two large silver ornaments. Jack-o-lantern candle holders were in the trees and in the screen porch had several straw scarecrows in it. The outside of the cabin had Christmas lights in the front. It just didn’t seem to work in August. The pictures on the website need to be updated as there was little to no view of the foothills as in the pictures on the website. This could easily be fixed by cutting a few trees down that had grown up, blocking the view. We also felt the cabin was extremely close to the owner’s house. Every time we had to go to our vehicle it was like we were in their backyard. We always felt like we were invading their space. I would recommend the Creekside cabin if you are looking for something more private. We did experience a power outage and the owner was very good in contacting us asap because we were not at the cabin. I was very amazed we didn’t hear from the owners after our trip with a follow up email on how we liked our stay. How can you find out what your customers liked or disliked to make room for improvements?
We recently stayed at this location and never wanted to leave! We stayed in the Treehouse Cabin with a over-sized deck. The cabin was immaculately clean and very cozy. When we arrived, there was a chilled bottle of sparkling cider and the electric fire place was crackling way. We found the cabin to be a home away from home. We spent most of our time on the deck, surrounded by trees, listening to the babbling creek, bull frogs croaking, and eventually tree frogs peeping. There was a hot tub for us to use...however we didn't take advantage of it. There was a full kitchen and charcoal grill available to use, even a washer and dryer if needed. The cabin was about a 15 minute drive to the town of Gatlinburg and an additional 5 minutes to the Great Smoky Mountains. There are plenty of restaurants in town and you must do the Artist's Loop for locally made items.
We have visited the Smokies multiple times for long weekend getaways and have stayed at numerous cabins in and around the Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge area. In the future, we will always choose to stay at a Stonecreek Cabin whenever possible. We spent 3 nights at Bear's Trail and everything was perfect. Our 9 year old son was with us as it was his birthday request to celebrate in the Smokies. Though Bear's Trail is really only built for two, he was happy and comfy using his new sleeping bag. We were all delighted to discover a cake and birthday wishes awaiting our arrival at the cabin. The small details about the cabin really make all the difference, and you can tell the owners have put a lot of time and thought into making a comfortable, relaxing retreat. The location was convenient to downtown Gatlinburg yet gave enough privacy to feel like we had really gotten away from the hustle and bustle. We will absolutely be returning in the near future.