It’s not just the name of this one-bedroom, two-bath chalet-style cabin that pays tribute to Native American history; you’ll see evidence of it as well when you step inside, thanks to décor inspired by that culture. This cabin also draws heavily on the heritage of the Great Smoky Mountains in general, resulting in a scenically charming place to stay on your next mountain getaway.
This cabin’s size and functionality make it versatile for any number of vacation scenarios. With one bedroom, it’s an ideal place for a romantic weekend, honeymoon or second honeymoon, while two sleeper sofas (one in the living room and one in the loft) make it flexible enough to accommodate as many as four additional guests, especially children.
On the main level, the living room, dining area and kitchen are all part of an open floor plan with a wide, spacious feel. The open cathedral ceiling that extends to the loft level adds to the effect. The living spaces have abundant panoramic mountain views out the main chalet windows, and those views extend to the loft as well. Guests gathered in the living room can also take advantage of a gas fireplace, wireless high-speed Internet and cable TV with VCR and DVD player.
The master bedroom can be found on the main level too. Its highlights include a handcrafted king bed, oversized whirlpool tub in the bedroom, adjoining bath, cable TV and full-size washer and dryer. The loft also functions as a sleeping area, thanks to the sleeper sofa, and it does double duty as a rec room. The loft’s pool table, cable TV, portable stereo and assortment of games and puzzles make it an ideal place for the kids to sleep, play or just hang out.
Of course, An Indian Dream wouldn’t dream of depriving you of outdoor amenities either. There’s a hot tub protected by the cover of the wraparound deck, or you could relax in a different fashion in one of the rocking chairs or in the porch swing out there. At mealtime, you might want to fire up some burgers, steaks or chicken on the outdoor grill and enjoy the ambience of the trees, mountains and nature sounds as you take your meals al fresco.
This beautiful cabin also benefits from a scenic location in the Great Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. It’s perfect for guests who want to feel like they’ve lost themselves in the mountains while maintaining handy access to all the attractions, shops and restaurants of Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and Gatlinburg. You can be right in the thick of things within just five minutes by car.
Remember that even though there are still lots of summer weather left, fall isn’t too far away, so it’s never too early to be thinking about booking a getaway for when the leaves are turning and peaking this October. Or maybe your family would like to try spending Christmas in the Smokies this year. Whatever the size party or time of year, we have a great place for you to stay here at Timbercreek Cabins—Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge, Wears Valley or Sevierville.