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Gatlinburg Splash

$359 - $1319 Price Per Night


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Accommodates 12 Guests

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3 Bedrooms

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3 Bathrooms

At HearthSide Cabin Rentals, our guests are our #1 priority. Call us now at 888-993-7655 if you need help with your reservation.

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POOL CABIN WITH AWESOME INCREDIBLE SMOKY MOUNTAIN VIEWS.... AND A POOL!!- This beautiful cabin with indoor pool, theater room and much more is sure to please everyone in your party! Awesome Smoky Mountain Views and just a short drive to downtown Gatlinburg!

Cabin layout:
As soon as you drive up you will see the incredible view! Upon entering the cabin you will fall in love with the cathedral ceilings and the open floor plan. The fully equipped kitchen has stainless steel appliances and a large island with bar stool seating in addition to the dining table. The living room has large windows that let in lots of natural light, plush furniture, electric fireplace, and flat screen TV. Also located on the main level are 2 master suites each with a King bed, TV, and full bathroom with stand-up tile shower.

The lower level is packed with lots of amazing features. For starters, you will find the 3rd bedroom. This bedroom houses 2 sets of custom made queen bunk beds. These unique bunks can be easily accessed by kids and adults alike using the custom made steps that divide the units. Just outside the bedroom there is a full bathroom with tub/shower combo. The next feature in this lower level is the fun game room with a pool table and multi-cade machine. Off of the game room is a private theater room complete with theater style seating and big screen HDTV. Last but certainly not least the lower level houses an indoor 10x15 swimming pool that's sure to be fun for all ages.

In addition to the above amenities, GATLINBURG SPLASH also has a stack washer and dryer, 2 private decks-one of which has a hot tub, outdoor seating, and a charcoal grill.



We are here to help! To book online use the calendar below to select your check in and check out dates. You can also call us toll free 24 hours per day at (888) 993-7655 and one of our vacation specialist will assist you in finding that perfect cabin for your next vacation.


  • Arcade Game

  • Big Screen TV

  • BluRay Player

  • Cable TV

  • Decorated for Christmas Holidays

  • DVD

  • Fireplace: Electric

  • Grill (Charcoal)

  • Home Theater System

  • Hot Tub

  • Indoor Pool

  • Internet Access

  • Location: Gatlinburg

  • More than one TV

  • NO Dogs Allowed

  • Non-Smoking

  • Pool Table


  • Rocking Chairs

  • Style: Log Cabin

  • Swimming Access-In Season

  • Video Game System

  • View: Mountain

  • Washer & Dryer

  • Year-Round Swimming Access

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What people are saying about this property

Smcom-kristin From Leeds

May 12, 2023

Excellent as always!! Quick check in process polite and speedy service no complaints!! We’ve used this company several times in the past it’s always good and never any issues

Charles From Knoxville

Apr 23, 2023


Cabin was clean and beautiful views! The pool was wonderful!

Aunna From Fishers

Feb 20, 2023


We enjoyed the home and found all the interactions with Hearthside to be friendly and positive!

Jill From North Chesterfield

Feb 15, 2023


We had an AMAZING week staying at Gatlinburg Splash! The house was gorgeous and clean and we loved every minute of our stay! We can't wait to come back!!

Michael From Pittsburgh

Jan 28, 2023


Great experience renting with you, best cabin in 5 years

Vrbo-krystan From Tallulah

Jan 06, 2023


We loved the cabin and the rental service was very accommodating. Will definitely stay with them again.

Tashia From Indianapolis

Dec 28, 2022


Cabin was absolutely amazing and decorated beautifully for Christmas! Our family thoroughly enjoyed our stay.

Deanna From Alma

Dec 22, 2022


We truly enjoyed staying in Splash Cabin! The decor was gorgeous!! Everything was clean and the views were amazing! Check in was super easy and we were so close to downtown Gatlinburg. We could not have picked a better place to stay. It was very quiet and everyone enjoyed the pool table, pool, hot tub, arcade games, and a few board games! We highly recommend staying here. Well worth the price!!

Vrbo From Orangeburg

Dec 11, 2022


Had a great stay. Location was great. House was beautiful and very equipped with everything we needed.

Vrbo-kathy From Imlay City

Dec 02, 2022


Excellent! Cabin was beautiful, very clean, amazing views and decorated beautifully! The indoor pool and arcade room plus hot tub was a huge hit! Our families loved it and we will definitely be back again!

Vrbo-tyler From Waynesboro

Nov 12, 2022


The home was beautiful and so were the views. I was surprised and happy the cabin was already decorated for Christmas.

Rick From Liberty Township

Oct 26, 2022


Everything was excellent and easy. Well kept place. Will repeat!

Robert From Semmes

May 21, 2022


We had a great stay. Loved the cabin. Would love to rent again

Shane From Cincinnati

Apr 28, 2022


Such a gem, I loved the location and everything about this place. The style and warmth my family felt was unparalleled in my previous Gatlinburg experiences.

Adam From Bellmore

Apr 23, 2022


Great! Great! Great! Great! Beautiful Cabin! Easy process Had an awesome time!

Carrie From Bettendorf

Apr 16, 2022


Excellent communication before and during our stay. Would recommend Hearthside!

Tyler From Terre Haute

Feb 07, 2022


We loved this cabin easy check in pool was already heat

Julie From Hagerstown

Dec 15, 2021


Everything was great! We enjoyed our stay and didn’t want to leave.

Brenda From Lorain

Dec 11, 2021


The cabin was beautiful and the pool/hot tub were great!

Josh From Tuscaloosa

Dec 08, 2021


First time using Hearthside but not the last.our booking agent Lisa was extremely helpful and a hoot to cut up with, like talking to a old friend. From start to finish and everything in between, dealing with Hearthside has been pleasurable.

Kayla From Mobile

Dec 05, 2021


Wonderful! The cabin was stunning and the location was perfect! We would love to rent again!

Allison From Tallahassee

Jul 24, 2021


Gatlinburg Splash is a beautiful house. The whole process of working with HearthSide was very easy.

Dena From Plainfield

Jul 12, 2021


We loved everything about this cabin. The layout was wonderful, the view was fantastic, and all the little details were nice.

Tony From Coldwater

Jun 20, 2021


Everything was great. Check in was a breeze, cabin was gorgeous as advertised. We could not have been more pleased.

Andrea From Noblesville

May 10, 2021


The process of renting was easy from start to finish. Thanks for a great rental experience.

Jesus From Highland

Mar 24, 2021


The cabin is absolutely beautiful. It is the most updated cabin we've stayed in and the decor is stunning! When we arrived the cabin was clean and had everything we needed for our stay. The views from the balconies and pool are breathtaking. The kids enjoyed having their own room with the bunk beds across from the movie theater. We enjoyed making memories here and we will definitely come again!

Timothy From Troutman

Mar 11, 2021


GREAT!!!!! Good communication and answered any question I had. Will definitely use your company again!

Patricia From Marietta

Feb 20, 2021


We absolutely loved how easy the reservation process, online check-in and everything were. Much more technologically advance than other rental companies in the area and we really appreciated that.

James From Saraland

Nov 15, 2020


The view was fantastic the house was unbelievable loved every minute would highly recommend it to anyone.

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Reservation Guarantee

The reservation guarantee amount is 8% of your total reservation and enables you to receive either a refund or reschedule (less the 8% guarantee amount and applicable tax). In order to receive a refund, you must cancel the reservation at least 15 days prior to arrival (for 1-5 bedroom cabins) and 60 days prior to arrival (for 6 bedroom and larger). Once inside the 15 days (for 1-5 bedrooms) and 60 days for (6 bedroom and larger) you may still cancel the reservation, however, the paid amount (less the reservation guarantee and applicable tax) will be placed in an interest-bearing escrow account and must be applied to a new reservation which dates fall within one year from date of cancellation. Once the one year time frame has expired all monies paid will be forfeited. In addition, please be sure to utilize the entire amount as any portion not used is non-refundable and will be lost. Please note when booking your new reservation, you will again have the option to purchase the Reservation Guarantee HOWEVER, the guarantee would only allow you to reschedule again should the need arise. It would not allow you to receive a refund. The Reservation Guarantee amount will be based on the new reservation total. Without the Reservation Guarantee, no refunds or reschedules will be allowed. Unfortunately we can not offer refunds for early departures for any reason including weather and/or road conditions.

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Is it better to stay in a hotel or cabin in Gatlinburg? ›

While a hotel might be great for a trip to New York City, if you're vacationing in Gatlinburg, TN, a cabin rental is far and away the best place to stay. A cabin provides an authentic Smoky Mountain experience that you simply can't find with any other type of lodging.

What is the highest cabin in Gatlinburg? ›


LeConte in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, LeConte Lodge® is the highest guest lodge in the eastern United States. It is situated on an open glade just below the summit of Mt. LeConte at an elevation of about 6400 feet.

How much does it cost to stay in a cabin in Pigeon Forge Tennessee? ›

Cabins in Pigeon Forge cost from just $45 a night to $299 a night for that something truly special. Prices and availability are subject to change.

How much does it cost to rent a chalet in Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

Gatlinburg Cabin Rentals: What is the vacation rental cost in Gatlinburg? The average cost for a vacation rental in Gatlinburg is between $329 and $751 per night.

How many days is enough in Gatlinburg? ›

If you're going to Gatlinburg, plan for at least three days. You can do it in two, but you'll feel a little rushed. Anything past three days and you're going to want to reach out to Pigeon Forge and explore what's happening over there.

What are the best months to visit Gatlinburg? ›

The best time to visit Gatlinburg is during the fall – specifically in September and October. During these months, beautiful fall foliage takes the stage, and temperatures are mild(highs between 65 and 80) which attracts travelers from all over.

Do people get altitude sickness in Gatlinburg? ›

Elevation sickness is a real possibility in the Smoky Mountains. It must be treated as a serious concern. With a little preparation, however, you should have no trouble reaching and marveling at the Smokies' most impressive summits.

What is the busiest week in Gatlinburg Tennessee? ›

To avoid crowds at Smoky Mountains go off season. The busiest week in Gatlinburg typically falls during the first week of July, which coincides with Independence Day celebrations. The off-season months from November through February or late August through September.

What is the quiet side of Gatlinburg? ›

The quiet towns of Cades Cove, Townsend, and Maryville are referred to as “the Peaceful Side of the Smokies” and are known for their majestic views and slower pace.

Is it cheaper to stay and Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge or Sevierville? ›

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So, when it comes down to it, Pigeon Forge is generally the cheaper option when comparing lodging, activities, and restaurants. However, there are exceptions to every rule.

Where does Dolly Parton stay in Pigeon Forge? ›

Dolly Parton's glamour is represented at the Dolly Parton Suite at Dollywood's DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, providing guests with a fun and luxurious experience Dolly would approve of.

Is it better to stay in Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg? ›

All in all, Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are both incredible spots to visit. If you're looking to experience the true tourist experience of the Smoky Mountains, you'll want to visit Gatlinburg. If you're looking for an equally thrilling experience, but a little away from the crowds, Pigeon Forge is your answer.

What famous people stayed in the Gatlinburg Inn? ›

Many of Nashville's biggest stars stayed there over the years, including; Ferlin Husky, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Roy Acuff (known as a great entertainer, he also co-wrote “Big Bad John with Jimmy Dean), Eddie Arnold (co-writer of “You Don't Know Me”), Donna Fargo (“Funny Face”, “Happiest Girl In the Whole U.S.A.”), and ...

How much does the Gatlinburg Skybridge cost? ›

How much does it cost to go on the SkyBridge in Gatlinburg?
AdultSeniors (65+)
SkyPass Same Day$36.95$29.95
Single Visit Ticket$32.95$25.95
Unlimited Visits Ticket$34.95$27.95
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What is a cabin vs cottage vs chalet? ›

-Chalets are another popular type of cottage or cabin. They originated in the Swiss Alps, but can now be found in other mountainous regions. Chalets typically have a more modern design than log cabins, and often have balconies or terraces. -Beach cottages are usually small houses located near the beach.

What time of year is Gatlinburg cheapest? ›

If you're looking to save on your next vacation, consider visiting Gatlinburg in January, February or May. These months are typically the least expensive times to travel, due to lower demand.

What is the busiest month in Gatlinburg? ›

The two peak seasons in Gatlinburg are summer (June, July and August) and the month of October, when the fall foliage is at its zenith. July is the busiest month of the summer season, while weekends in October draw the largest crowds in the fall.

What is the least busy time to go to Gatlinburg? ›

Fewer Crowds – Late winter and early spring is definitely the least crowded time to visit Gatlinburg. If you're in town this time of year, you'll get to enjoy shorter waits at attractions and restaurants like the popular Pancake Pantry.

What month is best to see bears in Gatlinburg? ›

Late spring and early fall are particularly good times to visit if you're looking for bears.

What do I need to know before going to Gatlinburg? ›

Tips & Tricks for Vacationing in Gatlinburg
  • Choose the right cabin. ...
  • Bring your walking shoes. ...
  • Spend time on the Parkway. ...
  • Bring a cooler for the car. ...
  • Visit during the off-season. ...
  • Ride the Gatlinburg Trolley. ...
  • Ride the tramway to Ober Gatlinburg. ...
  • Keep up with local events on our blog.

What time of day are bears most active in Gatlinburg TN? ›

Bear Behavior

Bears are most active during early morning and late evening hours in spring and summer. Mating usually takes place in July. Both female and male bears may have more than one mate during the summer. Bears choose a denning site with the coming of cold weather.

Is it safe to walk in Gatlinburg? ›

Well, the short answer is: quite safe. You're in much more danger driving to (and within) the park than you are treading along one of the park footpaths. Hiking here, though (as anywhere), does demand some savvy preparation and common-sense precautions, some of which we'll run through in this article.

Who suffers most in altitude sickness? ›

Ascending to heights greater than 2,500 m can trigger a range of symptoms including headache and vomiting. Men are at greater risk of altitude sickness than women, for reasons unknown.

Can you take Xanax at high altitude? ›

Benzodiazepines such as temazepam (Restoril®), lorazepam (Ativan®), diazepam (Valium®), and alprazalam (Xanax®) should generally be avoided as they decrease the breathing drive, especially when combined with alcohol.

Which is more walkable Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg? ›

Gatlinburg is easy to explore on foot, but Pigeon Forge is not. Depending on your destination, shuttles can be an inexpensive – if not always quick – way to explore top attractions in both cities. Download the Gatlinburg app for trolley maps and real-time information about parking availability in city lots.

Where does Gatlinburg rank for vacation? ›

Gatlinburg was ranked fifth on the Trending Destinations of the World list, among places like Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

How to avoid traffic in Gatlinburg? ›

  1. Travel Early Morning/Late at Night. One of the best ways to avoid traffic in Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg is to choose your travel times wisely. ...
  2. Walk to Attractions. It's also helpful to walk to attractions. ...
  3. Keep an Eye Out for Special Events. ...
  4. Explore Quieter Areas. ...
  5. Visit During the Off Season. ...
  6. Take the Trolley.
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What is the scariest ride in Gatlinburg? ›

The Mountain Monster

The 200 foot tall high intensity ride located at The Mountain Mile Tower & Shops has been called the scariest ride in Tennessee by Coaster Studios. There's more than one way to ride the Mountain Monster: the fall, the dive, and the launch.

Is the air thinner in Gatlinburg? ›


The air quality is generally acceptable for most individuals.

What is the best town to stay in near Gatlinburg? ›

Pigeon Forge – best town in the Smoky Mountains for families. Pigeon Forge is located 10 miles (15 km) north of Gatlinburg and is the second most popular town for visiting Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

How do people spend 3 days in Gatlinburg TN? ›

Day 1: Clingman's Dome, Laurel Falls, Trolley, Scavenger Hunt, Dinner Theater. Day 2: Aerial Tramway, Gatlinburg Trail, Ghost Tour. Day 3: Pancake Pantry, Moonshine Distillery, Zipline Canopy Tour, Pigeon Forge.

What time of year is Pigeon Forge least busy? ›

Benefits of Light Crowds in Pigeon Forge

One of the first things you will notice if you visit Pigeon Forge between late April and the end of May is how much lighter the traffic is!

What is the cheapest month to go to Pigeon Forge? ›

The absolute cheapest time to take a vacation in Pigeon Forge is usually early to mid September.

Whose house overlooks Dollywood? ›

Visit Her Tennessee Mountain Home at Dollywood. The replica of Dolly Parton's childhood home stands close to the entrance at Dollywood. It's definitely worth taking a look around before exploring the rest of the park. The replica was built by her brother Bobby, and the interior was designed by her mother.

Is one day at Dollywood enough? ›

Some would say three days is even better! For some of us, however, we are burdened by time constraints and all we have is one day at Dollywood. Yes, it can be done, but to have the most satisfying experience, it takes some strategic planning and prioritizing.

Which is cheaper to stay Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge? ›

If you're looking to save money, then Pigeon Forge is likely a better option since there are more budget-friendly lodging options in the area.

What months are the busiest in Pigeon Forge? ›

Summer is the busiest time of year in Pigeon Forge, but that doesn't mean it's not a great time to visit. The weather is still beautiful and there's so much to do. Just be prepared for large crowds. Fall is a wonderful time to visit Pigeon Forge.

Is there a trolley that goes from Pigeon Forge to Gatlinburg? ›

The Gatlinburg trolley runs daily year-round. The Pigeon Forge trolley also runs daily but only for most of the year — it stops during the winter months of January and February.

Is a cabin cheaper than a hotel? ›

Affordability: Although the daily rate for a Camping Cabin tends to be about the same cost as your standard hotel room, you can often save some money if you're planning on a longer stay. That's because many Camping Cabins have lower weekly rates.

What is the best week to go to Gatlinburg? ›

September through October could enjoy the highest consensus as the best time to visit Gatlinburg. There are many reasons why this is so, but many would argue that the biggest factor is the most beautiful fall colors that you will see anywhere in the world.

Which is more crowded Gatlinburg or Pigeon Forge? ›

Overall, Gatlinburg is more compact than Pigeon Forge, which creates a more pedestrian friendly area. There are some downsides to being in a smaller valley. Since there's not much open space or alternative routes, this mountain town tends to get more crowded than Pigeon Forge.

What are the benefits of staying in a cabin? ›

Cabins offer more space, allowing you to divide up the cost of your stay with other members of your party. Cabins also offer full kitchens, allowing you to save money by preparing your own meals instead of dining out throughout your trip.

Are vacation cabins worth it? ›

Summer, winter, or anytime in between, buying a cabin can be a good investment if you approach it strategically. More than a cozy spot for your own vacations, a cabin could also give you the opportunity to earn some extra income, if you choose to use it as a vacation rental.

Is it cheaper to book a hotel directly with the hotel? ›

Hotels tend to offer the best rates when you book directly with them and it's a great incentive. It benefits both you and the hotel when you make a reservation directly.

Can you walk around downtown Gatlinburg? ›

Downtown Gatlinburg is compact and walkable – just be aware that its sidewalks can get uncomfortably crowded. The main thoroughfare is Parkway/US 441, which rolls south through Gatlinburg right into Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


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