Hand Hewn Hideaway
Location Details: Gatlinburg
Price Per Night Range: $306 - $679
Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 3 Half Bathrooms: 1 Sleeps: 16
Hand Hewn Hideaway
A spacious three bedroom cabin sitting on two and half acres of land, Hand Hewn Hideaway is three levels of luxury and family fun that sleeps up to 16.
On arrival, you won't be able to miss the front porch decked out with swings, picnic tables, and a rocking chair. Off to the side is a hammock and a fire pit for roasting s'mores, and just a few steps down is a small pond.
Inside, you'll enjoy the classic log cabin aesthetic with entirely updated furnishings and high end finishes. Starting at the main level, guests will enjoy the beautifully decorated living room with two couches, a leather chair, wood burning fireplace, and 65 inch flatscreen TV.
The dining table and kitchen are just around the corner from the living room. The dining table seats up to 10, with additional seating for 3 at the breakfast counter off the kitchen. The kitchen is perfect to cook for the whole family - granite countertops (tons of counter space!), all stainless steel appliances, a deep farmhouse sink, and stocked with plates, utensils, pots, and pans. There's a half bathroom too for convenience!
The master bedroom is also located on the main level and includes a king-size bed, flatscreen TV, access to the side deck, and and an incredible en suite bathroom: copper his and her sinks, a standing shower, and private copper bathtub to soak and relax. Attached to master bedroom is a nursery with a crib for any families traveling with a little one 🙂
The upper and side deck are also accessible from the main level. The upper deck is on top of the front porch and opens up to forest views with 4 rocking chairs, a swing, and a cute table for small bites. The side deck is where the hot tub is located; there are also rustic patio furnishings to sit back and enjoy: a swing, bench, and two chairs.
The other two bedrooms can be found upstairs. The first guest bedroom has a king-size bed, flatscreen TV, and en suite bathroom with a jetted tub and standing shower with a river stone floor. The second guest bedroom has a queen-size bed.
On the bottom floor, there's a family room with a two couches (one that pulls out as a sleeper sofa), 65 inch TV, XBOX, board and table games, and kids room with four bunk beds: twin over twin. The table games are perfect for some friendly family fun whether it be a game of pool, foosball, or air hockey. The third bathroom is also downstairs and has a standing shower.
Outside the bottom floor is the front porch with all the swings, picnic tables, and rocking chair.
The cabin comes stocked with tons of amenities: a hot tub, seven swings, two picnic tables, tons of rocking chairs, two bench swings, board games, a pool table, air hockey, foosball, and a small pond.
While we hope you never want to leave the cabin for fun, we highly recommend exploring town and the national park! Below are a few of our favorite attractions and the distance from the cabin.
- Downtown Gatlinburg: 3.5 Miles (usually about a 10 minute drive without traffic)
- Smoky Mountain National Park Entrance: 4 Miles
- Cataract Falls: 6 Miles
- Dollywood: 9 Miles
- The Island: 8 Miles
- BBQ grill
- Game console
- Hot tub
- Indoor fireplace
- Mountain view
- Wireless Internet
What people are saying about this property
The cabin was excellent! The bedroom/bathroom arrangement worked great for our family and we had everything we needed! Our only complaint was the driveway to the cabin. We have a large 4wd SUV and the driveway was treacherous at best. I know it's on the side of a mountain, but maybe some guardrails on the side or reflective sticks to help when you come up at night. Maybe also include the info about the driveway in your listing. Otherwise, we loved the house. It's beautifully decorated and the kitchen is well supplied with all that we needed. Thanks for sharing your home with us for the week.
Had a great time but just wanted to let y’all know about some things incase you were not aware. 1. There were a lot of wasps in the house in the kitchen and the upstairs bathroom 2. Chipmunks seem to live in the house we could always here them and I have a video of them entering and exiting if you would like to see it 3. The downstairs pull out mattress had some issues Nothing I’m mad about, I had a great time. Just a heads up!!
I only had 2 issues: 1 wasp inside the cabin 2 the room that had the bunk beds had a leak