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Gatlinburg vacation rentals offer a chance to visit a lively mountain town in east Tennessee. Our guests will find a selection of cabins and condos located in the Great Smoky Mountains close to all the action.
Gatlinburg features a serene environment in proximity to fun-filled, family-friendly attractions. Great Smoky Mountains National Park – the most visited park in the U.S. – is located only a short distance from our Gatlinburg cabins and condos. Nature lovers can hike 800-plus miles of trails for an up-close view of waterfalls in Gatlinburg, including Grotto Falls, Laurel Falls and Abrams Falls. While hiking, look for bears, elk, deer, birds and wildflowers.
For more fun activities, visit downtown Gatlinburg. Take a quiet stroll on the river walk, and enjoy rushing waters of the Little Pigeon River. Dine at restaurants to sample local cuisine and Tennessee flavors. Pancakes, Southern comfort, steak, seafood, international – it's all here. For souvenirs, walk along Downtown Parkway and browse shops, or pick up a special piece at one of the local art galleries. Adults enjoy browsing local breweries, distilleries and wineries for tastings.
The area also has attractions that cater to different age groups and interests. Ripley's operates an aquarium, haunted adventure, rides and games. Then try action-packed thrills at Ober Gatlinburg – a park for snow skiing – and the SkyLift Park with rides over mountain tops. While exploring, walk Gatlinburg Skybridge, the longest pedestrian suspension bridge in North America. For nightlife, dinner theaters and live shows are popular and bring everyone together for good food and laughs. Museums, mountain coasters and mini-golf also keep visitors entertained.
For unforgettable adventures, visit Dollywood, Dollywood’s Splash Country water park and attend live shows. These attractions, located in nearby Pigeon Forge, welcome visitors to ride, play and celebrate. Then hear the ship's horn, learn about survivors and see memorabilia at the Titanic Museum. Or fuel your need for speed at Bristol Motor Speedway while watching fast-paced races.
Gatlinburg vacations are perfect for families and couples alike. No matter what type of trip planned, our guests may select from a variety of rentals ranging from one bedroom condos to large cabins that sleep 12 people comfortably! Some people may see wildlife from their porch, too.
In addition, our Gatlinburg rentals feature mountain-inspired decor and amenities, complete with breathtaking mountain views. Many come with private hot tubs, rocking chairs, recliners, garden tubs, full kitchens, fireplaces and plenty of room to relax.
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Book a Knoxville vacation rental and explore one of East Tennessee's most thriving cities. This destination offers the perfect blend of outdoor recreation paired with lively events and culture.
With a location in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville is a must for outdoor adventures. Urban Wilderness has 1,000 acres of parks, preserves and more than 50 miles of trails. Ijams Nature Center has more than 10 miles of trails and wildlife-watching options. Other popular outdoor activities include bicycling, hiking, golf, paddling and rock climbing. In addition, guests enjoy going wild at Zoo Knoxville.
The city also features attractions that honor history and culture. Visitors who enjoy historical sites should tour James White's Fort. It dates to 1786, and serves as the birthplace of Knoxville. Today guests may explore the main house, courtyard, blacksmith shop and other sites. To extend the trip, take a driving or walking tour to learn about historic homes, Knoxville's Civil War history, see Fort Dickerson Park and learn about influential people. Examples include country music legends, famous authors, Hollywood celebrities, and world-breaking sports figures.
In addition, the golden Sunsphere was built for the 1982 World's Fair, and offers guests a panoramic view of the area. Then ride the Three Rivers Rambler tourist train. Families also enjoy playing at Maple Hall bowling alley, climbing centers, Women's Basketball Hall of Fame and pet-friendly parks.
Those looking for art and live entertainment feel right at home. The city's museums provide a place for creativity to come alive. Some must-sees include East Tennessee History Center, Knoxville Museum of Art, McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture, Muse Knoxille, and local art galleries. When it's time for live entertainment, see shows at Bijou Theater and Tennessee Theater – or enjoy performances by the jazz orchestra, choruses, opera, symphony and theater troupes. Additionally, the city has bars, live music venues, breweries and nightclubs.
Our Knoxville vacation rentals are also located near action-packed sports facilities. As home to University of Tennessee, the area proudly welcomes baseball, football, soccer, golf and basketball athletes from all over the U.S. The Tennessee Smokies, AA affiliate of the Chicago Cubs, draws big crowds during the summer. If sports aren't enough, attend annual events and festivals. From 5Ks and cycling championships to food festivals and parades, visitors have many reasons to celebrate. Popular events in Knoxville include Bike Boat Brew and Bark, Tennessee Valley Fair, Downtown Peppermint Trail, Festival on the 4th, and Big Ears Festival.
In downtown Knoxville, guests have access to more than 80 restaurants and 40 boutiques. Market Square, one of the top places for shopping, has provided a gathering place since the 1860s. Historic Gay Street houses theaters and hosts one of the largest Veterans Day festivals in the U.S. For local goodies, head to Historic Old City located along Central and Jackson Avenues. Those interested in designer brands can visit Shops at Turkey Creek and West Town Mall.
Additionally, our Knoxville vacation rentals offer proximity to restaurants focused on locally sourced foods. Visitors may select from coffee shops, international cuisine, and traditional favorites serving burgers, steak, pizza and breakfast. There are also food trucks, fine dining options, rooftop bars, bakeries and Southern comfort food. Even better, more than 50 Knoxville restaurants have pet-friendly patios, so the whole family will enjoy local cuisine.
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Our Pigeon Forge vacation rentals offer guests more than just accommodations. They provide a place for visitors to rest and feel at home in Tennessee's Great Smoky Mountains. iTrip Vacations manages Pigeon Forge rental homes in picturesque resorts, condos in the mountains and remote cabins located off the beaten path.
Tucked away in the foothills and mountains, Pigeon Forge offers four seasons of vacation options. The area's climate includes cool spring temperatures, balmy summers, colorful fall foliage and mild winters, making it a perfect destination year-round. Plus, our Pigeon Forge cabins and condos provide the ideal place to stay with access to outdoor activities and exciting attractions.
Those wanting to get back to nature enjoy the area's natural environments. Great Smoky Mountains National Park has more than 800 miles of hiking trails, sightseeing and wildlife. For an up-close experience, tour the wilderness by helicopter, Hummer, bike, horse or water-rafting trip. While exploring, watch for Pigeon Forge's famous waterfalls and wildlife.
Our Pigeon Forge rentals are also near family-friendly attractions. Start at Titanic Museum, Hollywood Wax Museum, and The Island Pigeon Forge, a hot spot with games, rides and entertainment. Visitors also love Dollywood, one of the top amusement parks in the U.S. This park offers more than 40 thrill rides, festivals, a neighboring water park and Southern-inspired shows. Other attractions include go karts, mini golf, WonderWorks, Ripley's Aquarium and Museum, Alcatraz East Crime Museum, Pigeon Forge Snow, arcades, escape rooms, mountain coasters and local tours.
After all the excitement, refuel while dining at restaurants in Pigeon Forge. The area features a little of everything with popular chains and locally owned gems. Breakfast provides a way to sample pancakes and Southern food – such as biscuits and gravy – before planning the day's adventure. For lunch, try barbecue, burgers and fried chicken. When dinnertime starts, visitors select from casual and upscale restaurants serving traditional favorites and international cuisine. Pigeon Forge also has several breweries and distilleries that welcome guests. Those who want to plan a special night will love various dinner shows in Pigeon Forge.
Shopping also ranks as a must-do activity. Much of the area is located along a main strip that has boutique stores, malls and outlets. General stores deliver a glimpse into mountain-town lifestyle while Great Smoky Mountains Arts and Crafts Community showcases an 8-mile loop of local artisans. Then stroll favorites such as Christmas Place, Ole Smoky Candy Kitchen, Ole Smoky Distillery, Smoky Mountain Cat House and art galleries.
Each rental iTrip Vacations manages has home-like amenities, high-quality comfort and lots of space to unwind. Our homes vary in styles and sizes, and accommodate all group sizes – from solo travelers to couples, small groups and families. Browse a selection of one- and two-bedroom condos with private patios and hot tubs. Or book a spacious cabin with up to six bedrooms. In addition, our rentals have full kitchens, dining areas, mountain views and laundry facilities. Our guests also have access to pet-friendly rentals in Pigeon Forge, large homes with theaters and game rooms, and mountain resorts with pools.
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Book your Wears Valley vacation rental and escape to the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee!
iTrip Vacations Wears Valley rentals provide easy access to the scenic Smoky Mountains and other activities and attractions in nearby Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. The city is located in between Pigeon Forge and Townsend, and about a 30-45 minute drive to Cades Cove, one of the top historic attractions in the state. In Wears Valley, visitors experience the best of both adventure and relaxation.
Your Tennessee mountain vacation offers opportunities for year-round outdoor recreation, including, hiking, ziplining, fishing, touring the area via bike or car, and horseback riding. Wears Valley features more than 800 miles of trails in the Great Smoky Mountains, offering hikers a range of scenery including waterfalls and old-growth forests. The area also has a number of bicycle and motorcycle trails, ranging from beginner to challenging.
In addition, families can spend time at one of five area golf courses, set against the backdrop of the mountains. With courses for beginners and advanced players, the whole family will enjoy playing a round at courses such as the par-72 Bent Creek Course, the Gatlinburg course and Sequoyah National Golf Club.
Other attractions located near your Wears Valley vacation rental include Dollywood amusement park, Ober Gatlinburg amusement park, mini golf, the Titanic Museum and the Hollywood Wax Museum. For an up-close look at animals from all over the world, take family to the Rainforest Adventure Discovery Zoo or the Smoky Mountain Deer Farm and Exotic Petting Zoo.
After a day of trying all the fun activities, stop by one of the restaurants in Wears Valley. From cafes and coffee shops to upscale restaurants, guests will find food to soothe the soul. The area's restaurants know the importance of Southern traditions, and celebrate them with rich menus and flavors. For a meal mixed with entertainment, take your family to a dinner show near Wears Valley, including the Great Smoky Mountain Murder Mystery and Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.
Our Wears Valley vacation rentals are also located near hundreds of shopping options. Spend some time strolling the small boutiques located throughout the area, or stop by the Mountain Mall, where guests will find handmade items, leather goods, toys, souvenirs and more. Other top spots for shopping include Tanger Outlets, The Island, The Village Shops and Christmas Place.
If all this isn't reason enough to vacation in Wears Valley, the area also hosts family-friendly events and festivals. Whether it's the Wears Valley Fall Fest or the Gatlinburg Craftmen's Fair, your family will love learning about mountain culture, seeing live entertainment and eating lots of delicious food. Other signature events in the area include Winterfest, BBQ and Bluegrass Festivals and the Fourth of July Parade.
With a focus on the travel experience, our Wears Valley vacation rentals provide guests ample space, top-notch amenities world-class service. Begin planning your mountain vacation, and browse our Wears Valley vacation rentals today.
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Our West Nashville vacation rentals place guests near everything Music City offers. iTrip Vacations West Nashville manages rentals in downtown, The Gulch, Germantown, Wedgewood-Houston, 12th Avenue South, Hillsboro Village, West End, The Nations, Music Row, Edgehill Village, Belle Meade, Green Hills and Sylvan Park.
Once known for country music, Nashville has grown into one of the hottest cities in the U.S., earning worldwide attention from Conde Nast Traveler, Forbes and TripAdvisor. Part of this growth is due to the city's music scene, which welcomes all genres, local artists and big-name bands. From upcoming acts to major headliners, musicians want to play and record here. A few must-see music venues in Nashville include Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium, Ascend Amphitheater, Bridgestone Arena, Cannery Ballroom, EXIT/IN, Musicians Corner, Station Inn and dozens more.
For the ultimate honky-tonk experience, head to Broadway in downtown. The strip houses dozens of bars, clubs and saloons that celebrate a passion for blues, bluegrass, country and rock. Outside of Broadway, there are other iconic spots such as The Bluebird Cafe and The East Room. Or see live shows at Tennessee Performing Arts Center and Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
Those who visit Nashville also have the chance to learn about their favorite artists. Tour Country Music Hall of Fame, Musicians Hall of Fame, Johnny Cash Museum, RCA Studio B, and Willie Nelson and Friends Museum. However, the city's arts and culture scene goes well beyond music.
Nashville is also known for cultural diversity, which is showcased through other museums and historical attractions. Sites such as Andrew Jackson's The Hermitage, Belle Meade Plantation and Belmont Mansion showcase the area's past. Meanwhile Frist Center for the Arts features collections from around the world, and The Parthenon at Centennial Park represents Greek Culture. Other sites include Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Lane Motor Museum, Music City Center and Tennessee State Museum.
Families who book a West Nashville vacation rental also have plenty of things to do. Plan fun-filled activities at Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, Adventure Science Center, Adventureworks, escape rooms and Nashville Children's Theater. Sports fans love cheering as Nashville hosts the NFL Tennessee Titans, NHL Nashville Predators, Minor League Baseball Nashville Sounds, Soccer League teams, and dozens of college teams in football, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, golf and more. Additionally, the city hosts world-renown festivals and events such as CMA Music Festival, Nashville Film Festival, Nashville Cultural Festival, Music City Jazz Fest, and Bonnaroo Music and Arts Fest in nearby Manchester.
Visitors also have the opportunity to create their own outdoor adventure. Nashville's outdoor scene showcases four seasons of beauty. Bike and hike trails, canoe and kayak, play at spacious parks, attend outdoor concerts, take tours, and zipline. In the summer, splash and play at Nashville Shores Waterpark and Wave Country, or visit the indoor SoundWaves, a 4-acre water attraction at Gaylord Opryland Resort. Another popular attraction is Top Golf, which has over 100 climate-controlled bays, 200 HDTVs and hosts live music.
If this doesn't fulfill your sense of adventure, check out the dining and nightlife. Nashville is home to signature foods such as hot chicken, Goo Goo Clusters, southern-style biscuits and whiskey. Guests will also find award-winning chefs, Nashville Farmers Market, internationally acclaimed restaurants, food tours, eclectic food trucks, and famous meat-and-threes. Additionally, the city caters to night owls with dozens of bars and clubs located throughout the area.
Shoppers deem Nashville as a must-see due to the city's distinct neighborhoods and big-name retailers. The city is separated into 20-plus distinct areas, each with their own style. Shop boutiques for trendy fashion, locally made goods, art, vintage trinkets, jewelry, and other finds. For big-box retailers, head to Opry Mills, Green Hills Mall in West Nashville, and Cool Springs Galleria in Franklin, Tennessee.
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