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Christmas Tree with Red and Gold Oranments

From November 25-29 this year, fall gives way to winter and Thanksgiving quickly turns into Christmas. Gatlinburg becomes a magical winter wonderland full of twinkling lights and brings families together, creating new holiday traditions in the Smokies. Gatlinburg's Festival of Trees is located at W. L....

It’s that time of year when Gatlinburg begins to transform into a beautiful palette of reds, orange, and yellows. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park attracts visitors from all over the world looking to catch a glimpse of the mountain’s exploding canvas of color.

The...

Hamburger with Mushrooms at Ole Reds

With over 100 places to dine in Gatlinburg, your taste buds won’t be disappointed. Gatlinburg restaurants range in cuisine, but all offer the same southern hospitality. A few Gatlinburg restaurants you must try are…

The Peddler Steakhouse: A tradition among locals and visitors, this...

Groceries in reusable bag

When staying at one of our Gatlinburg cabins and chalets, some guests like to eat in as much as possible to save money, enjoy their family and of course to enjoy the views of the mountains.  

Where should you shop for groceries?  Some of our guests...

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