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Welcome to
The General Store Cabin

An intimate private retreat away from hotels and shared spaces. We are family-friendly, and conveniently located near Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and just minutes from The Great Smoky Mountain National Park! Our beautiful cabin has an open floor-plan with a central great room, dining area, and kitchen.  Recharge in either of our 2 king bed suites. One suite boasts a large jacuzzi tub and separate walk-in shower. The other on the first floor with a newly appointed cultured marble walk-in shower and barn door for easy accessibility to toilet, sink and shower. We invite you to read a book next to one of our cozy gas fireplaces; there is one in the great room, and the other in the romantic upstairs master suite. Our cabin has new bedding, a water treatment system, a stainless steel grill, and a hot tub.

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Mountain View

Just 5 miles off the strip in Pigeon Forge

2 King Bed suites with private bathrooms




High speed Wi-Fi



Hot Tub with mountain views in the winter

2 Gas Fireplaces 



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Such a nice place with fun decor and very “homey”!  Brendan and Lisa were very quick to answer any questions we had before and during our stay. The road just before the cabin was a bit tricky with our car (we knew ahead of time it would be), but we made it up the hill, even with a little ice.  We really liked having 2 master bedrooms. It would be a great place for two couples to stay and not have one couple feel like they got the “kids room”.  We will definitely be coming back to this cabin!

—  Sandi P 

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Locate Us

We are located in Sevierville, Tennessee. We are 10 minutes (5 miles) from all the action in Pigeon Forge, and 25 minutes from Gatlinburg (14 miles). Great Smoky Mountain National Park is close by, too! Keep in mind, there are winding mountain roads, and many of the best attractions are spread out. The park is gorgeous; be sure to leave ample time to enjoy and navigate it. There is no cellular reception in the park, so be prepared with maps or screenshots before your visit. The Great Smoky Mountains are a national park since 1934. 



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