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Highlights Gatlinburg

  • Accessible skiing resorts
  • Wonderful hiking trails
  • Dollywood
  • Family-friendly museums
  • Craft and music festivals

Best Vacation Rentals in Gatlinburg

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Gatlinburg, Sevier County
Vacation Rental • 1098 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(4 reviews)
Escape to Gatlinburg with your special someone and enjoy a romantic getaway at Romantic Views. You are just a short 2 minutes to all the activity downtown and 10 minutes to the main entrance to the National Park.Sleep in and enjoy a fire in the gas pass thru fireplace. Relax in the great room and enjoy views of the mountains. Shoot a game of pool or play a game on the classic arcade game. Prepare in cabin meals in your fully equipped kitchen and gas grill. End the day in the hot tub on your private deck. Free WIFI!Jacuzzi tub in main bedroom and stand up shower in main bathroom.Bedroom and ...
from $202 / night
Gatlinburg, Sevier County
Cabin • 893 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(7 reviews)
Treat your partner and yourself or your small family or group of friends to a relaxing vacation by a flowing river in the Great Smoky Mountains at Poolin' Around. This charming pet-friendly, 1-bedroom, 1-bathroom cabin rental in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, boasts fun amenities, homey conveniences, and a prime location right next to a sparkling river and within walking distance from downtown attractions, shops, and eateries.Sip coffee and enjoy meals at the outdoor table by the water or lay out a towel on the grass and sunbathe for a while. Inside, you can lounge in the indoor swim spa (aka a poo...
from $160 / night
Gatlinburg, Sevier County
Vacation Rental • 1098 ft² • 1 Bedroom
(11 reviews)
Escape to the mountains for a romantic getaway at Inspiration Point. Enjoy a cozy cabin with loft game room and private hot tub on your screened in porch - or swing on the porch rocker with your special someone. Relax in the great room and enjoy a fire while enjoying the view from your floor to ceiling wall of glass. End the day as you retire to the suite with Jacuzzi tub. Cabin includes a fully equipped kitchen and gas grill. Free WIFI. You are 5 minutes to downtown Gatlinburg!Jacuzzi tub in main bedroom and stand up shower in main bathroom.Bedroom and Sleeping Arrangements: Main Level - B...
from $187 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Vacation rental prices Gatlinburg

$437for 25 Mar - 1 Apr
$533 annual average
Average price per week

Current vacation rental availability Gatlinburg

10%for 25 Mar - 1 Apr
57% annual average
Percentage of available rentals

Gatlinburg Vacation Rentals

Mountain Retreats in Scenic Gatlinburg

The gateway to Tennessee’s Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg offers a wide range of vacation rentals to choose from. You’ll find snug town center apartments alongside mountain retreats, with hot tubs, huge gardens and peace and quiet for miles around.

Family Chalets in the Gatlinburg Area

If you are traveling as a family, Gatlinburg is not short on comfortable chalet-style vacation homes either. Book rental homes with balconies overlooking mountain valleys, and breathe in the fresh Tennessee air every morning – all within a mile or two of Gatlinburg’s downtown attractions.


Family Fun, Gorgeous Scenery and a Warm Tennessee Welcome

Gatlinburg is a compact, thriving mountain town in the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee. Easily accessible via major arteries like I-81, I-40 and I-75, it’s also within a short drive from Knoxville’sMcGhee-Tyson Airport and Asheville Regional Airport.

Gatlinburg is very close to Pigeon Forge, the home of Dollywood, an entertainment and amusement complex owned and dedicated to country singer Dolly Parton. However, it also has attractions of its own, including a wonderful aquarium, a museum dedicated to cars from film and TV, and craft distilleries that produce authentic Tennessee bourbon. Many people also visit Gatlinburg for its natural attractions, with ski resorts to visit in the winter, and miles and miles of hiking trails to explore during the summertime.

Getting around is easy. The town has an extensive trolley bus network, which also links it to Pigeon Forge, there are cable cars to the nearby peaks, and plenty of car and mountain bike rental options as well.

Great Smoky Mountain National Park
Great Smoky Mountain National Park


A First-Class Family Destination

Gatlinburg is full of family-friendly attractions. Dollywood is close by, and offers 27 rides, a huge water park and entertainment every night of the week. Gatlinburg itself is home to a fine aquarium, the spooky exhibits of Ripley’s Haunted Adventure, the 342-feet high Space Needle and plenty of restaurants too.

A Down to Earth Ski Resort

Just outside the center of town, you’ll find Ober Gatlinburg – one of America’s friendliest (and most accessible) ski resorts. During the winter months, there’s no better place to enjoy ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, wildlife spotting tours or scenic chairlift rides.

A Superb Hiking Destination

When the weather warms up, it’s hard to imagine a better destination for outdoors lovers than the Great Smoky Mountains. Gatlinburg is at the heart of this stunning region, where you can fish 2,900 miles of streams, cycle, hike, climb or soak up the vistas at beauty spots like Abrams Falls.

Top Things to do in Gatlinburg

1. Hit the Hiking Trails

The Smokies are stunning, and trails head out from the edges of Gatlinburg. There are routes for beginners and experienced mountaineers, so pack a lunch, charge your camera and prepare to experience some incredible views.

2. Go Skiing at Ober Gatlinburg

In winter, you can juggle family fun in the valley with skiing, skating and snowboarding at OberGatlinburg, hundreds of feet up in the Smoky Mountains. Accessible by a cable car from town, the resort offers slopes for every skill level.

3. Pay a Visit to Dollywood

You don’t have to be a devotee of Dolly Parton to love Dollywood (but it helps). This 150-acre entertainment hub features enough rides to keep anyone happy for days, along with eateries, music venues and souvenir stalls aplenty.

4. See the Oddities at Ripley’s Believe it or Not

Ripley’s is a Gatlinburg institution, showcasing the weird, the unexpected and – sometimes – the horrifying at its downtown museum space. Don’t miss the Odditorium, with its vampire exhibits, outlandish trash sculptures and spooky shrunken heads.

5. Enjoy the Aquarium of the Smokies

Just next to Ripley’s, you’ll find one of America’s finest aquariums – believe it or not. Home to penguins, rays, sharks, reefs and rainforest exhibits, it’s both a magical experience and a chance to learn about exotic marine life.

Useful Information


Gatlinburg has the kind of climate that makes it a popular winter and summer resort, for different reasons. Between November and March, temperatures tend to struggle to get above 50 degrees, while from late May through September, unbroken stretches of temperatures above 80 are common.

Bring an umbrella

One thing that visitors need to plan for is rain. Although summer brings plenty of sunny days, Gatlinburg is famous for its rainfall (averaging around 130cm of rain every year). Summer is warm and often wet, so remember to pack an umbrella or raincoat when you hit the trails.


The town has a lively schedule of festivals and markets as well. For example, there’s the Craftsmen’s Fair every July, which brings regional artisans to town, a fantastic Oktoberfest at Ober Gatlinburg resort, and the Smoky Mountains Music Festival, which takes place in April.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Gatlinburg

How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Gatlinburg?

Last year, rentals in Gatlinburg had an annual average cost of around $415 per night.

Which months allow you to save the most on vacation rentals?

If it is your aim to save as much as possible during your vacation to Gatlinburg, go there in May ($348 per night on average), February ($360), or April ($362), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Gatlinburg?

Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Gatlinburg was November, with an average price of $468 per night. This was followed by December, with an average of $467, and then October, with $459.

Is Gatlinburg a good location for a last-minute getaway?

It is recommended that you book your stay well in advance when visiting Gatlinburg, as only 14% of our properties are usually available throughout the year.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

Last year, the months with the most vacation rentals available of the year in Gatlinburg were May, January and August, with average availabilities of 34%, 23%, and 21%, respectively.

When are fewer rentals available in Gatlinburg?

The accommodations in Gatlinburg reach their peak in demand in November, with an availability rate of 4%. The second most requested month is December, with 6%, and the third is April with 8%. During these three months, the availability is very low (6%). It is therefore preferable to reserve early.

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