Imagine the privacy of a forest setting and a peek of the Smoky Mountains in the distance at your very own cabin rental in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Bear Naked Lodge is a pet-friendly, 2-bedroom, 2½-bathroom log cabin for 6 in Chalet Village Resort — near the ski slopes of Ober Gatlinburg — that has everything you need to enjoy memorable moments with family, friends, and fur babies. Shoot pool in the game room, lounge in the loft, and sip wine by a crackling fire in the living room…for starters.
Hungry? Cook fresh meals in the fully equipped kitchen that features appliances, a double sink, pots, pans, dishes, cooking tools, glasses, cutlery, and mugs. You can also toss burgers and veggies on the charcoal grill. An outdoor table invites you to enjoy meals together outside, and there’s a dining area just off the living room, too. When mealtimes are over, spread out in the living space for a movie with the DVD player.
After hiking in the national park, shopping downtown, or exploring Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies just minutes away, you’ll be ready to relax in the bubbly hot tub and listen to the soothing sounds of the surrounding woods. You can read on the porch swing or head inside for a hot shower in your king or queen suite — each bedroom also features a TV and a ceiling fan. Within the resort, you’ll also have access to 3 clubhouses with game tables, tennis courts, fitness equipment, play areas for kids, and swimming pools!
With a large window letting in views of the towering trees and natural light plus a cozy gas fireplace and a plush sectional, the living room at this Gatlinburg cabin rental is inviting indeed. Relax on the sofa with snacks, drinks, and cards on the glass coffee table or switch on the TV and pop in a favorite DVD from home for movie night. When it’s snowy outside, enjoy sipping hot cocoa with extra marshmallows by a roaring fire.
Upstairs, there’s a loft with floor-to-ceiling windows beckoning you to walk onto the deck that features partial mountain views, sounds of nature, and an outdoor table for games, chats, and meals. The lof lounge features a giant bean bag and a wicker sitting area to unwind with a good book, friends, and wine.
Tucked into a nook off the dining area is the kitchen at this Gatlinburg cabin in the Smokies. Store leftovers from a local steakhouse in the fridge for later and keep desserts fresh in the freezer. Better yet, make your favorite brownies or cake in the oven!
You can use local mixes to prepare breakfast, lunch, and dinner on the stovetop. Movie nights are made even better with buttery popcorn from the microwave. The coffeemaker is always open for business. And there’s a dishwasher to help clean up!
Boasting a lovely wooden table with matching chairs, the dining area is inviting for mealtimes together. Enjoy dessert and coffee while you chat about your nice day in the national park. Set up a board game found at a local shop. Make arts and crafts with the kiddos. Or use the table for homeschooling or working as needed.
Head down the beautiful spiral staircase to reach the fun rec room that features a full-size pool table! Flip on the TV for added entertainment while you shoot a couple of rounds before bed. You can sit on the sofa and knock back a few cold brews with your best pals or venture to the space to read for a little while during the day.
Ready for bed? Each bedroom at this cabin rental in Gatlinburg features an en-suite bathroom, a mounted TV, and a ceiling fan for the ultimate comfort and privacy during your vacation in the Great Smoky Mountains. Relax beneath the hot water in the shower before slipping into your favorite PJs or party dress. If you’re planning to go out, multiple mirrors aid with fixing your hair and makeup just right. And if you’re planning to stay in, the king or queen bed is welcoming for restful nights or naps.
Outdoors is where you’ll want to be at this cabin rental in the Smokies. The main deck features a porch swing, chairs, and a steamy hot tub with massaging jets. Enjoy views of the surrounding trees while sipping hot coffee, reading your favorite blog, listening to a comedic podcast, or lounging in the 4-person hot tub with fairy lights overhead!
Perhaps best of all, the upper deck features partial views of the Smoky Mountains in the distance and scenes of the treetops. It’s the perfect spot to watch birds soar and sing and clouds roll across the sky while enjoying a good meal at the outdoor table for 4. In fact, it’s a great place to eat your fresh meal off the charcoal grill. To note, parking is paved and convenient as well.
If you’re looking for a pet-friendly cabin in Gatlinburg, this one’s for YOU! Fur babies are welcome to come along for your Smoky Mountain vacation when you choose to stay at Bear Naked Lodge. Sit with your precious pooch on the decks while they take in the sights, sounds, and smells. Go for walks on pet-friendly trails. And cuddle with your pups by the fireplace on chilly nights.
This vacation rental in Gatlinburg features high speed Wi-Fi so you can stay connected, look up things to do on our blog, and feel secure on your getaway. Plus, there’s a CD player to boogie all night long and a washer and dryer set so you can take care of laundry and reuse provided towels.
Within Chalet Village Resort, you’ll have full access to 3 clubhouses that feature swimming pools with water features in summer and game tables year-round. Plus, there’s fitness equipment in case you want to keep up with your workout routine, tennis and basketball courts, and play areas for the kids.
Settled near the powdery ski slopes at Ober Gatlinburg, winter at Bear Naked Lodge offers close skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing opportunities. Of course, there are plenty more attractions in downtown Gatlinburg, only minutes from the cabin. Putt-putt with friends, challenge high scores at arcades, beat escape games in record time, walk through haunted houses like a champ, zipline and horseback ride in the mountains, shop for homemade gifts, and look for black bears in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Pigeon Forge and Sevierville are also close by and offer even more things to do with family and friends in the Smokies. Popular attractions include Dollywood, The Island, The Mountain Mile, The Old Mill Square, Scenic Helicopter Tours, Topjump Trampoline & Extreme Arena, Crave Golf Club, the Forbidden Caverns, and Outdoor Gravity Park. And there are many more restaurants and Appalachian shops to choose from.
Ole Smoky Moonshine
Sip on classic moonshine recipes when you pay a visit to the nation’s most-visited distillery that offers tours, souvenirs, and $5 moonshine tastings.
Ripley’s Haunted Adventure
Take a spooky stroll through this year-round haunted mansion that’s filled to the brim with creepy ghosts, ghoulish monsters, shadowy figures, and horrifying scenes…
Rowdy Bear Mountain Adventure Park
Get rowdy at this family-friendly park that boasts 2 thrill rides in the Smokies — the world’s first mountain glider and a speedy alpine coaster!
Community pool access is provided and managed through a third party company. Cabins For You is not responsible for maintenance or pool closures. The pool is typically open Memorial Day through Labor Day.