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Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals: Cabins of the Smoky Mountains Add 13 New Properties

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jun 21, 2013 10:41 AM EDT

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Cabins of the Smoky Mountains, one of the largest operators of Gatlinburg cabin rentals, has announced that they'll be adding 13 new cabins to its group.(Photo : Gatlinburg)

Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals are expanding. Cabins of the Smoky Mountains, one of the largest operators of Gatlinburg cabin rentals, has announced that they'll be adding 13 new cabins to its group. This brings the total number of cabins around Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge to 360.

"We're really happy more cabin owners have chosen us to manage their properties," says Billy Parris, general manager of Cabins of the Smoky Mountains in a press release, "It's a sign of confidence in our team."

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The 13 new cabins are located near Pigeon Forge, Tennesee, reflecting the company's growing presence in the area.

The company started out as Gatlinburg Falls Resort about two miles from downtown Gatlinburg, but changed their name as they expanded.

"About half of our cabins are still located at Gatlinburg Falls," says Parris, "But as we've grown, we've added cabins throughout the area. It makes sense for us to offer more cabins for people who want to stay closer to Pigeon Forge."

Pigeon Forge is a hot spot for tourist attractions and entertainments as one of the central areas of the Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg also offers great attractions and it's even closer to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The 13 new cabins come in a range of sizes from the one-bedroom "Tranquility," which rents at rates from $180, to the six-bedroom "Eagle Lodge" cabin, which sleeps twelve and rents from $550 per night. Every cabin has deluxe amenities such as gourmet kitchens, home theaters and even game rooms.

The Cabins of the Smoky Mountains are a popular travel choice as over 200,000 guests rent one each year. The company is recognized for its high level of service and was named the "Best Family Resort in the Smokies" by Southern Living Magazine.

For more information about Cabins of the Smoky Mountains, visit the company's website at www.cabinsofthesmokymountains.com or call (866) 347-6659.

 

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