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Enjoy This Rustic Mountain Lodging In Townsend, TN

    The Evergreen Cottage is a rustic mountain lodge located in Townsend, Tennessee. The cottages include the Duplex Spruce and the Duplex Jack Pine. The charming Evergreen Cottage offers two separate sleeping areas that connect with an adjoining door, each space with its private bath and large garden tub. Separate entrances are connected by the front porch. The Evergreen Cottage is perfect for pairs of couples who want to rent the whole cabin or single couples to rent just one side. The Spruce side consists of 1 king-sized bed and can accommodate a maximum of 2 guests. The Jack Pine side of the cottage contains 2 double beds to accommodate a maximum of 4 guests. With no hot tub or fireplace, the Evergreen Cottage is an affordable vacation offering for budget travelers looking for Smoky Mountain cottages.

    It is conveniently located next to Dancing Bear Appalachian Bistro. Both duplexes are pet-free accommodations with one king-sized bed on the Spruce side, and 2 double beds on the Jack Pine Side. The cottages have digital flat screen TVs on each side, with a microwave and mini fridge on each side, and in-room Apple Valley locally roasted coffee on each side. During your vacation stay, you’ll have access to 2 miles of trails. An adjoining door can connect sides when the whole cabin is rented or remained locked when renting one side only. Enjoy your vacation stay at the Dancing Bear Lodge located on the peaceful side of the Smoky Mountains. During your vacation stay, you’ll want to explore the great Smoky Mountain attractions and beautiful Cades Cove.

    The star attractions in this part of the world are Cades Cove and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, home to more than 187,000 acres of forest in Appalachia. Over 9 million people visit the Smokies each year, many of them accessing the mountain range through the community in Townsend. With hundreds of miles of streams, rivers, lakes, wilderness areas, campgrounds, and wildlife habitats, it’s clear to see why this place holds special meaning to so many. If you only have a short time to visit the Smokies, it is recommended that you check out the inspiring views from the park’s highest point in the observation tower at Clingmans Dome (elevation 6,643 feet). On the way, you’re sure to see majestic trees and waterfalls along the winding road. If you can stay with Dancing Bear Lodge for a while, you’ll find many options for filling your days with camping, fishing, hiking, mountain biking, scenic drives, interpretative programs, and more.

    About 10 miles from Townsend and on your way to the National Park, you’ll find the valley of Cades Cove. You want to bring your camera to capture the scenic mountain views, well-preserved homesteads, historic churches and graveyards, and roaming black bears. Long isolated by geology, this area is called the Peaceful Side of the Smokies because it offers an ecological alternative to the man-made tourist attractions that dot the hillsides and the roadways of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.

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