Once you check into one of our cabins in Wears Valley, you may find it hard to pull yourself away. After all, our properties generally feature all the comforts and amenities that visitors to the Great Smoky Mountains seek in their vacation accommodations.
When you do venture out into nearby Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg or Sevierville, however, you’ll find yourself faced with dozens of choices when it comes to attractions and things to do in the Smokies. But before you buy your tickets from any of these destinations, take a look at the deals we have to offer at Volunteer Cabin Rentals.
We can set you up with discounted tickets for all the Ripley’s attractions as well as theater venues like Country Tonite Theatre, WonderWorks, Smoky Mountain Opry and The Comedy Barn. Or if some outdoor adventure sounds exciting, you may want to take a look at our whitewater-rafting package.
Just go to the Discount Tickets tab on our home page, and you’ll be directed to great deals on all this and more for the specific dates you plan to visit us here in the Smokies.
Guests who check in to one of our Wears Valley cabin rentals this summer are bound to face some warm temperatures, but we’ve got just the ticket for keeping your cool and doing some major de-stressing in the process.
Beneficial To Life Therapeutic Massage offers massage services to our guests right in their cabins! If you’re tired, stressed, tense or have sore muscles, these professionals’ trained hands can help you refresh and rejuvenate in the cool comfort of your vacation accommodations. There’s no need to get into heavy traffic or go to another location.
Pamper yourself with an hour or more of a wide range of treatments, including Swedish and deep-tissue massage, hot-stone massage, spa services, aromatic salt scrubs and steam tunnel therapy. Prices are structured to accommodate side-by-side couples with one-hour massage/scrub packages for two starting at only $270. Add a candlelight dinner to any of the packages for only $115.
When you call us to book your cabin, be sure to ask about the massage and spa options we have available, and we can set those up at the time you reserve your lodging.
Perched atop Wonderland Ridge in Wears Valley, this four-bedroom getaway in the Smokies is more than just a cabin. It’s a full mountain lodge, offering four full baths, two half baths and sleeping as many 16 adults.
One of the showpieces of this three-level palace of wood is its abundance of spacious covered decks and rocking chairs, from which guests can soak in views of the nearby valley and Great Smoky Mountains National Park in the distance.
Spacious living areas, including a fully stocked kitchen, make daily living and socializing a breeze, and the game room offers plenty of fun in the form of a pool table and air hockey table. Recreation also comes courtesy of one big-screen TV and a total of five satellite TVs and DVD players.
Other amenities include an outdoor hot tub, two indoor whirlpool tubs, two indoor gas fireplaces and an amazing-looking gazebo with its own gas grill, fireplace and refrigerator. The gazebo alone could be a potential party place in the mountains.
Contact us at Volunteer Cabin Rentals today to book this mountain showplace for your next visit to the Smokies.
Lid’l Gluckstadt cabin
Our company deals primarily with Wears Valley, TN cabin rentals, and while many of our guests choose our properties for their remote, scenic locations and mountain and valley settings, most of our visitors are still interested in getting out and exploring the area and finding attractions.
Fortunately, there are lots of fun activities for the whole family right here in Wears Valley, which means you don’t even have to venture into Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg to have yourself a good time.
The biggest attraction here is the natural one—Great Smoky Mountains National Park, and most out-of-towners don’t realize that there’s a seldom-traveled entrance to the park here in Wears Valley. As a matter of fact, it’s just down the road from our rental office. Ask us about it when you stop in, and we’ll give you directions.
Many of the man-made attractions here still take advantage of our natural resources, history and culture. You’ll find places where you clip on to a zipline to find a few thrills or saddle up a horse and explore the wilderness. We’ve even got a new attraction coming this summer that promises ziplines, a chairlift and mountain biking.
Let mountain views flood through the windows of this two-bedroom, two-bath cabin near Pigeon Forge and Wears Valley. Capable of accommodating as many as eight adults, you’ll find the sleeping arrangements quite comfortable when you incorporate the king bed in each bedroom as well as a queen sleeper sofa and a futon.
Relaxation reigns supreme when you take advantage of such amenities as whirlpool tubs in each bathroom as well as an outdoor hot tub, a game room with pool table and a total of four satellite televisions and two DVD/VCR combos. In winter, you can warm up by the fireplace, and in summer, you can fire up the charcoal grill and enjoy steaks or burgers for dinner.
The kitchen comes with everything you need for indoor dining, including a dishwasher, microwave, range, coffee maker and refrigerator, and there’s a washer and dryer for keeping that vacation wardrobe fresh and clean. And if you’re an animal lover, you’re in luck. This pet-friendly unit welcomes your furry friends and has double decks to give them plenty of outdoor space. Once you’ve made Picture Perfect your vacation home, we think you’ll agree it’s one of the finest cabins in Wears Valley.
Here’s a scenario that’s not pleasant to think about: You’ve planned a trip to the Smoky Mountains, and you’ve already paid many of your travel-related expenses up front, including transportation, lodging and entertainment. But at the last minute, something happens that prevents you from being able to make the trip? In many cases, vacation expenses are non-refundable, which would typically leave you stuck with the loss.
That’s where travel insurance comes in. After booking and paying for certain trip expenses, such a policy would reimburse you if you have to cancel or delay your trip due to circumstances beyond your control.
Depending on the insurer and the policy, reasons for trip cancellation could include sickness, injury or death of you, a travel companion or a family member. If bad weather impacts your travel, or even if it renders your residence uninhabitable before you leave, such circumstances can be covered.
Other scenarios include work-related issues like strikes, job termination or relocations; call to service in the military; conflict with a student’s school calendar; theft of travel documents; or complications due to pregnancy or childbirth.
When you contact us to book one of our Wears Valley cabin rentals, be sure to ask us about travel insurance. We can connect you with the coverage you need to give you peace of mind before you travel.
Millions of visitors flock to the Great Smoky Mountains every year, most of whom center the activity around Gatlinburg, Pigeon Forge and Sevierville. One community, however, often gets overlooked, which is a shame for those who aren’t aware of it. However, those who learn about Wears Valley soon come to discover that this quaint little hamlet offers all the essentials that go along with visiting the mountains and a whole lot more.
Wears Valley’s greatest asset is its views. Located in a level to gently rolling cove, the community is bordered on one side by towering mountains, including Cove Mountain. The juxtaposition of meadows and impressive peaks is a sight one normally only sees on a postcard.
Although the community is secluded, it is enhanced by its convenient location. One of our valley roads is a little-traveled shortcut that takes you directly into Great Smoky Mountains National Park, literally within just a handful of minutes. You’ll arrive at Metcalf Bottoms picnic area and have immediate access to the main road leading toward Cades Cove. Wears Valley is also less than 10 miles from Pigeon Forge, which means that when you’re ready to go see shows and attractions and eat at restaurants, you’re not far away.
At Volunteer Cabin Rentals, most of our luxury cabin-rental properties are located in this gem of a community called Wears Valley. We offer views of the mountain ridges, rolling green meadows, spring-fed streams, thick woodlands and more.