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The A-Frame Chalet Is One Of The Most Incredible Home In Gatlinburg

    Next time you are planning a wood cabin vacation, you’ll want to take a look at this cozy and modern Gatlinburg, Tennessee A-Frame home called the Yay Chalet. The cabin has Roku TVs in every room with Netflix, Hulu, Disney plus, ESPN plus all provided. A game room foosball, arcade barrel 60 plus games, darts, 3 clubhouses with tennis, ping pong, and pool. The cabin has Nest Audio and mini. The 2 level cabin has 1,500 square feet of space. If you are looking for a chalet that is cozy and perfect for a small to medium-sized family, this is the chalet for you. You’ll love the wall of windows that lets in plenty of natural light and surrounding views.

    The cabin is located in a secluded spot in the woods, it has a large kitchen, great if you are planning to cook and grill outside. There is a game room for kids and a chest of board games, an awesome 2nd-floor deck where you can have coffee every morning, and plenty of room to hang out/relax alone or together. All bed linens are provided, along with a fully stocked kitchen, full-size washer and dryer on-site, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand/bath towels, and hand soap provided. There is a high chair and Pack n Play for the kids provided, a charcoal grill outside provided for your convenience, three clubhouses less than 5 minutes away, guest passes provided as part of a vacation stay.

    There are plenty of fun things to do in the Smokies. You might bike through Cades Cove. Of all the things to do around Gatlinburg, the most popular is a visit to Cades Cove. This beautiful little mountain valley is tucked in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and was once a thriving community. Several rustic log cabins, cantilever barns, and grist mills are still preserved which gives Cades Cove a quaint air of times past. The following are just a few of the other things you can do during your vacation stay.

    Drive to Newfound Gap. Drive through the national park to Newfound Gap, which is split between Tennessee in North Carolina. While there, you can stand with one foot on each side of the Tennessee-North Carolina state line. The mountain pass sits at an elevation of 5,046 feet so you’ll have scenic views of the foothills below. The Appalachian Trail also runs right through Newfound Gap, so if you have ever dreamed of hiking part of the trail, you’ll want to visit.

    Chimney Tops (3.3 miles roundtrip). The Chimney Tops trail is one of the Smokies’ most iconic hikes. It’s a short hike and offers amazing views at the top, but don’t be fooled by the relatively short distance this hike covers. The last mile has an elevation gain of over 800 feet making it a strenuous climb to the top. The Chimney Tops themselves were closed after the huge Gatlinburg fire of 2016, but a new viewing platform has been built where the trail currently ends.

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