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Home in Pigeon Forge
Belltop: Mountiantop Retreat with Best Views in TN
Perched on top a private 36-acre hilltop (the highest outside the Park!), Belltop offers unparalleled views. With floor-to-ceiling windows and a rooftop walkway, you won't miss a single sunset! Unplug and unwind in your private hot tub or curl up in front of the stunning, open-hearth, wood-burning fireplace. Enjoy a record from the extensive collection, play your favorite tune on the piano, or just snuggle up with a good book. Brought to you by StayBham. Visit us online to learn more.
$336 per night
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Home in Sevierville
Ridiculous Views!! Base Camp
Welcome to "Base Camp," a newly remodeled and decorated 2 Bed | 2 Bath Sevierville vacation rental cabin that boasts breathtaking mountain views extending over the whole valley!  Base Camp offers you and your family a unique experience inspired by the outdoors.  Base Camp features a hand-painted mural, arcade, hot tub with mountain views, Smart TVs, high-speed internet, level parking, and a master bedroom with a jacuzzi tub. Scan the QR code in the photos section to view a 3D tour!
$135 per night
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Home in Summertown
Water side Cozy cabin
Welcome to our cozy cabin. This lofted A-frame style home is a perfect quiet get away. It offers a seclusive atmosphere located on three 2 acre ponds. This is the perfect opportunity to unwind and unplug. There is one lofted bedroom with a queen size bed over looking the pond, a twin size day bed on the main floor, and a queen size pull out sofa bed. Pet Friendly.
$85 per night
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Tennessee tiny house rentals

Tiny home in Pikeville
Modern cliffside bungalow with amazing views
$150 per night
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Tiny home in Sevierville
Serenity Tiny House Located Near Top Attractions
$146 per night
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Tiny home in Dunlap
Cliffside Tiny Home w/ Panoramic Views & Hot Tub!
$169 per night
Tiny home in Tracy City
☆Serenity On Waters Edge☆ Lakefront/Kayaks/Hiking
$164 per night
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Tiny home in Sevierville
Tiny Home Cabin *Big Amenities* Hot Tub-Fire Pit
$99 per night
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Tiny home in Maryville
Little River Tiny House *roof top deck*
$203 per night
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Tiny home in Sevierville
low priced Secluded Tiny Adventura: With Hot tub|
$116 per night
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Tiny home in Newport
Shiners Shack Tiny Cabin
$127 per night
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Tiny home in Sevierville
Winter Specials! Cozy Tiny Cabin+Hot Tub+Fire Pit
$98 per night
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Tiny home in Newport
Romantic Glamping Stay1 w/Barn, Outdoor Tub& Sauna
$92 per night
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Tiny home in Lebanon
THE LIMERENCE TINY HOUSE with Country Breakfast!
$57 per night
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Tiny home in Newport
Mountain Farmer Tiny Cabin
$131 per night
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Tennessee vacation rentals

Cabin in Sevierville
Stunning mountain top view! This cabin has it all!
$185 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
New! Modern Smoky Mtn Getaway Cabin - Amazing View
$178 per night
Treehouse in Bloomington Springs
Sulfur Ridge Treehouse ,Tn First Luxury Treehouse
$385 per night
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Cabin in Sevierville
*Brand New* Tiny Cabin w/ Amazing View!
$111 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
Hard To Believe Views GSMNP/Near DwTn Gatlinburg
$153 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
True Log Cabin W/ ⛰Stunning Views⛰, Hot Tub, Sauna
$169 per night
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Cabin in Sevierville
Perfect Holiday Cabin! Breathtaking Autumn Views!
$223 per night
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Treehouse in Monteagle
Treehouse Getaway w/ Hot Tub & Firepit
$186 per night
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Earthen home in McEwen
Wee Nook- a Hobbit Hole
$138 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
NEW! MTN Hideaway: VIEWS, Hot tub, Luxury Touches!
$174 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
Panoramic Views GSMNP/Near Downtown Gatlinburg
$166 per night
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Cabin in Gatlinburg
⛰Great View, Location, Studio Log Cabin, Hot Tub❤️
$123 per night
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House rentals with jacuzzis in Tennessee

Home in Sevierville
Christmas Open! BRAND NEW Luxury Swimming Lodge w/Movie Theater
$600 per night
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Home in Sevierville
Breathtaking Views - Custom, Secluded Cabin
$450 per night
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Home in Gatlinburg
Mountain Glory
$247 per night
Home in Sevierville
The Grotto!! 2 Bed | 2 Bath pool cabin!!
$130 per night
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Home in Manchester
Fire Lake Estate *NEW* Hi Speed Internet!
$190 per night
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Home in Signal Mountain
Winterbrow Lodge ★ Hot Tub ★ Vaulted Oak Ceilings
$126 per night
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Home in Gatlinburg
Romantic Views
$244 per night
Home in Gatlinburg
COZY MOUNTAIN HIDEAWAY
$153 per night
Home in Tracy City
3-Bedroom House with Hot Tub & Game Area
$116 per night
Home in Sevierville
Romantic , Comfy Honeymooner with great views in Wears Valley!
$113 per night
Home in Gatlinburg
Picture Perfect
$331 per night
Home in Sevierville
Romantic Cabin for Two: 7 mins PF and 17 Mins Gtlb
$180 per night
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Your guide to Tennessee

All About Tennessee

Tied for the state with the most borders (eight, with Missouri), Tennessee touches on a little bit of everything: history, culture, nature. One of the more northern of the southern states, it’s known for dry-rub barbecue, being the birthplace of country music, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park with its glorious 522,427 acres of old-growth forests, mountain peaks, and waterfalls. Tennessee’s two largest cities, Memphis and Nashville, draw visitors from around the globe looking to light it up at their honky tonks, restaurants, and music halls. While on the quiet banks of the Tennessee River Chattanooga is awash in greenspaces, art museums, and jaw-drop views from atop Lookout Mountain.

If you crave a dose of throwback charm to go with your national park gateway town, Gatlinburg has campy throwback attractions like pancake houses, wax museums, and moonshine distilleries all within close proximity of Great Smoky Mountains National Park.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Tennessee?

In spring, the irises bloom, days are warm, and the humidity is low, but you’ll encounter more rain than you might expect, so come prepared with an umbrella. During late April, you can see the pastel blooms of the dogwood trees at Knoxville’s Dogwood Arts Fair. Summer is the peak season for vacation rentals in Tennessee as days are long and hot, city patios are open, and the region's biggest music festivals take place. Summer thunderstorms are common in the evenings and bring refreshing cool breezes. The brief fall is one of the most enjoyable times in Tennessee, when the weather cools off and foliage lures visitors to the mountains. Winter is the off-season; you’ll want plenty of layers for the cold, although snow is rare in all of the major cities.


What are the top things to do in Tennessee?

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most visited national park, welcoming more than 10 million visitors each year. These mountain peaks formed hundreds of millions of years ago, and they’re now filled with more than 100 different species of trees, about two black bears per square mile, white-tailed deer, salamanders, and more than 200 varieties of birds. The park has paved roads for auto touring, hiking trails that reach popular destinations like Rainbow Falls and Andrews Bald, and 2,900 miles of streams that you can fish with a license.

Music museums

Tennessee has been the epicenter of many musical genres, including blues, rock ‘n’ roll, bluegrass, and modern country. Head to Memphis for the blues of Beale Street, Stax Museum of American Soul Music, the rock ‘n’ roll mecca of Sun Studios and the mother of them all, Elvis’ Graceland. In Nashville, you’ll find the Country Music Hall of Fame, the African American Music Museum, the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, and an overwhelming amount of live music every night.

Nashville

Tennessee’s capital has been revitalized in recent years thanks to an influx of young creatives, and while it’s known for country music landmarks like Broadway’s honky tonks and Music Row’s recording studios, Nashville also has award-winning upscale restaurants, record stores, professional hockey and football teams, community-focused festivals like August’s Tomato Art Fest, a thriving cafe culture, niche museums, and laid-back nightlife in East Nashville.