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Majestic mountain views | Secluded Cabin | Hot Tub
With its unbelievable mountain view, tasteful decors, huge flat parking space and full list of amenities, Peak of Serenity has the allure of a secluded mountain paradise. Sitting on peak of Bluff Mountain, the cabin is minutes away from all attractions and the beautiful National Park. Peak of Serenity is your ultimate mountain getaway that offers a perfect blend of privacy and convenience all in one. These views simply hard to be beat! Great for Honeymoons, anniversaries, romantic getaways.
G$36,380 GYD per night
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Quaint Cabin w/ Huge Deck, Hot Tub, Views!
Absolutely gorgeous 1 bedroom cabin tucked away in the woods! Cozy, quaint, with a gigantic wrap-around porch where you can lounge to your heart's desire! Complete with a bubbling hot tub to enjoy the mountain scenery, screened in porch to sip your afternoon tea or evening cocktails, BBQ grills to cook your steak to perfection, and a beautiful outdoor deck to enjoy the views. This is the perfect cabin for couples, small families, and a close group of family or friends.
G$28,493 GYD per night
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Picturesque 2/2 Close to Parkway!
Perched on top of a mountain with views as far as the eye can see, this extraordinary 2bed/2bath (with one lofted bed) provides all comforts of home with the charms of rustic Smoky Mtn Living: BBQ Grill, Hottub, SmartTV, Wifi, and comfy beds and linens. Close to restaurants and activities in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg. Only our sister house next door-- rent both for larger groups! Be our guests-- We do our best to make your trip unforgettable:)
G$49,115 GYD per night

Stay near Sevierville's top sights

Photo of Tanger Outlets Sevierville
Tanger Outlets Sevierville456 locals recommend
Photo of Titanic Museum Attraction
Titanic Museum Attraction267 locals recommend
Photo of Smoky Mountain Knife Works
Smoky Mountain Knife Works68 locals recommend
Photo of Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show
Hatfield & McCoy Dinner Show230 locals recommend
Photo of WonderWorks Pigeon Forge
WonderWorks Pigeon Forge171 locals recommend
Photo of Soaky Mountain Waterpark
Soaky Mountain Waterpark130 locals recommend

Other great vacation rentals in Sevierville

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HoneyView - Pigeon Forge Cabin w/Mountain Views
G$33,318 GYD per night
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Hakuna Matata | Panoramic Views w/ Hot Tub, Arcade!
G$26,714 GYD per night
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Majestic Smoky Mountains Views | HotTub
G$34,582 GYD per night
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Free Dollywood tix* -Secluded Cabin w great views
G$22,178 GYD per night
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⛰ View! Private Studio Cabin,Hot Tub,RELAX,Honeymoon
G$21,000 GYD per night
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Privacy with a view and your own waterfall
G$26,834 GYD per night
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⛰Cabin in the Smoky Mountains with Stunning Views⛰Foosball⚽️/Pac-Man/Hot Tub/Jacuzzi/Close to attractions!!🎢Minutes From Dollywood
G$39,195 GYD per night
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Minutes to Pigeon Forge! Hot Tub!
G$25,327 GYD per night
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Free Dollywood Tix, private hot tub, cozy 1 bdrm
G$22,307 GYD per night
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Breathtaking Holiday View- 5* Resort-HotTub-Arcade
G$58,583 GYD per night
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Newly Renovated + Great Location in the Pines!
G$28,659 GYD per night
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1 Mile 2 D-wood/HotTub/Arcade/HammockChairs/KingBd
G$31,749 GYD per night

Your guide to Sevierville

All About Sevierville

Located about 30 minutes from Great Smoky Mountains National Park in east Tennessee is the small mountain city of Sevierville. Known to most as the hometown of a Grammy-winning petite blonde country songwriter with a big personality, the city has been transformed into a kitschy Southern vacation destination in recent decades with interactive museums, theaters, a waterpark, zipline courses, underground caverns, and moonshine distilleries.

Sevierville’s historic downtown has recently been revitalized with new murals, a quilting shop, a cafe with fresh-baked donuts, and boutiques. About 15 minutes away by car, Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge have ski lifts that run all year, dinner shows, trampoline parks, and comedy clubs. For a quieter, more restful getaway, there are plenty of cozy log cabins away from the city center where you can unplug with panoramic views of the surrounding mountain peaks.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sevierville?

Fall is a popular season in Sevierville with visitors hoping to see the blazing red and golden leaves and enjoy the crisp, cool weather. Winter temperatures are cold and it snows about six inches each year, but Smoky Mountain Winterfest decks the region out in millions of holiday lights, making it a great time to cozy up by the fire in your Sevierville chalet. Spring can be a bit unpredictable, so expect a mix of warm and cooler days with plenty of rain. Most visitors book their Sevierville rentals during the summer, where warm-weather hikers enjoy the trails and then cool off in swimming holes along the Little Pigeon River. It’s always a good idea to bring layers throughout the year as the varied elevation makes for cooler temperatures, especially at night.

What are the top things to do in Sevierville?

Tennessee Museum of Aviation

Located at the Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Airport (GKT), this interactive museum houses a collection of fighter planes from World War II through the present. Exhibits with military medals, flight suits, and timelines pay homage to pilots from different eras, and there are spontaneous flight demonstrations on the airway. The museum’s hangar has vast collections of military vehicles, aircraft engines, helicopters, and more.

Great Smoky Arts & Crafts Community

Appalachia has a strong crafting tradition that is highly influenced by its Scots-Irish immigrants, and this eight-mile outpost houses workshops and galleries where more than 100 artists, makers, and crafters work and sell to the public. The local trolley will get you here, and it makes several stops along the Arts & Crafts route so you can see it all. Expect to find whittled wood sculptures, pottery, colorful quilts, woven baskets, paintings, silver jewelry, soaps, musical instruments, and jams and preserves made with locally grown produce.


Straddling the line between Sevierville and Pigeon Forge is this campy amusement park with a mountain theme. Although summer is the most popular season for visitors due to the school holiday, fall might be the most fun as the weather is cool and the park is decorated for the annual Fall Festival. There are 16 adrenaline-pumping roller coasters as well as calmer rides. Food stalls serve Southern foods like barbecue and country ham, and you’ll find a surprising number of Appalachian craftspeople and artisans inside of the many souvenir shops educating the public about their specialties. And don’t miss the daily live theater and musical performances around the park which offer a welcome break from the sun.

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