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Take a Look Inside This Fantastic Barn in Sevierville

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You’ll want to take a look inside of The Barn in Sevierville, a gorgeous 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom vacation getaway that will offer complete peace of mind. The barn-style home is just 20 minutes from Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg with a level scenic drive to the vacation property. The property is semi-secluded with The Barn being close by. Take a step up to the front deck and enter onto the main level. Once inside you will find an open floor plan in the kitchen and living room. The kitchen has all stainless-steel appliances, a stainless farm sink, and a bar seating 3. There is a small dining table separating the kitchen from the living room. The living room offers an electric fireplace with comfortable reclining furniture, perfect to relax with a blanket and a good book or watching your favorite show before dinner.

Head out on the main level deck and relax to the sounds of nature. Hear the running creek at the edge of the yard or take a short walk to the pond to stretch your muscles before taking a luxurious soak in the hot tub on the back deck. Truly a great setup for unwinding before bed. Heading in for the night, choose from two-bedroom suites. One is a king on the main level with private entry to the main level bathroom that offers a walk-in shower. The other bedroom is upstairs having a queen-sized bed and another private bathroom with a walk-in shower. Both rooms offer simplicity, luxury, and convenience, honestly setting you up for a well-rested sleep. Each bedroom has its TV so you can find a movie or catch up on your favorite show before bed.

All in all, this vacation property offers a truly peaceful vacation that will be a place you can’t wait to return to for years to come. Nearby attractions include Ober Gatlinburg, Anakeesta, Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, Gatlinburg Space Needle, Gatlinburg Sky Lift, Roaring Fork Motor Trail, Sugarland’s Visitors Center, and access to hiking trails.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Ridge upon ridge of forest straddles the border between North Carolina and Tennessee in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. World-renowned for its diversity of plant and animal life, the beauty of its ancient mountains, and the quality of its remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture, this is America’s most visited national park. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park encompasses over one-half million acres, making it one of the largest natural areas in the East. Nestled in Haywood County, Cataloochee Valley is one of the most remote and most beautiful areas of the park and a unique place to explore both the natural and cultural history of the North Carolina Smoky Mountains.

The Great Smoky Mountains have some of the most beautiful scenery in the country in any season. One of the best ways to get the most out of your visit is to take a drive along what locals call the Bluff Mountain Route. You’ll see incredible mountain vistas, peaceful meadows, dense forests, and much more on this self-guided tour.




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