For those who want to experience the beauty and tranquility of the mountains without being too far from local attractions, shops, and restaurants, Old Hickory Lodge is the perfect fit for you. This lodge is a three-story home, which sleeps up to eighteen people, and is located in the Hemlock Hills community. Guests can take in the stunning views from either of the cabin's large decks.
Old Hickory Lodge is full of classic charm with its walls, floors, and ceilings covered in wood planks. This log cabin has plenty of modern luxury to offer. The soft and comfortable seating in the great room is perfect for watching tv on the 50" flat-screen TV, reading, taking a nap, or browsing on your device via the free WiFi. In the winter, guests can easily stay warm thanks to the stone fireplace.
Sleeping arrangements at Old Hickory Lodge: 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms. The downstairs and main floor bedrooms have a queen-sized bed, wall-mounted flat-screen TV, plenty of storage, and a ceiling fan. The other two bedrooms are on the top floor. One bedroom has a king-sized bed, a fireplace, a private bathroom, and a flat-screen TV. The other bedroom on the top floor can sleep up to eight people on its queen-sized bunk beds, a bathroom and a flat-screen TV.
The Old Hickory Lodge has a fully equipped kitchen with any appliances needed. The cabin also has a charcoal grill outside that is perfect for groups that want to grill out. The game room downstairs provides entertainment with the full-size billiard table, the large flat-screen TV within the home theater, which has nine cinema-style chairs. There is plenty of space to be outside on the two large covered decks. The lower deck even has a hot tub for guests to relax in at the end of a busy day.
Even though Old Hickory Lodge will be so relaxing and full of activities, guests are encouraged to explore the local attractions. The log cabin is only a half-mile from the Gatlinburg Arts & Crafts Loop which is an eight-mile long area with more than a hundred galleries, art studios, and craft shops.
Drive a little under fifteen minutes and you will find yourself at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park where you can bike or hike on the trails provided. Downtown Gatlinburg is another exciting and fun place to visit.
Visitors have plenty of options for attractions, shopping, and places to eat. Some local attractions of the city include the Guinness World Records Museum, Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies, the Gatlinburg Skylift Park, and a tram that goes to the Ober Gatlinburg Ski Area and Amusement Park.
$174 - $576 per night
$1226 - $3962 per week
$1594 - $5151 per week
Two night minimum stay required.
Final pricing will include a one-time cleaning fee, a non-refundable damage waiver, a booking fee, local and state taxes, and community application fees for select communities. All fees provided prior to booking.
Since we were able to visit during the middle of May, we avoided noise and crowds. We couldn't have chosen a better time to go!! Minutes from Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge and many back roads to admire the beauty.
I couldn’t have asked for a better place for my children and family to spend Christmas. Everything was clean and fully stocked. The Christmas decorations were also beautiful. We will definitely be back.
829 Spirit Loop Way
Gatlinburg, TN 37738
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