Cabins are a part of the history and culture of the Great Smoky Mountains. The first settlers to this area built their homes from trees they cut and stacked themselves. Take a walk through one of the mountain's many historical sites, and you will see how hard life was for the early mountain families.
Modern Day Cabin in the Great Smokies
When a visitor came to the Smokies in days past, families would usually put two straight back chairs together with a board across them. This would serve as the bed for any guest. What a stark contrast to the cabins available today through Aardvark Smoky Mountain Cabins! One has to wonder how early pioneer mountain people would react to one of these luxurious 21st century cabins.
One particular cabin, Misty Shadows, is spacious enough to house up to 10. With more than enough room for everyone, you can even bring your friends along to experience the Smokies with you and your family. This three bedroom, three bathroom cabin is top-of-the-line in regards to comfort. For example, it doesn't have just one Jacuzzi, but two, each in their very own private suite. It also has a hot tub outside on the wrap around deck for those who want to watch the sunset behind the grand mountains.
After a day of roughing it on a hiking trail, you can head back to the Misty Shadows for modern day relaxation. A big screen television and pool table waits in the game room for the children, while Mom and Dad can settle in front of the gas fireplace or lounge on the deck in one of the many wooden rockers. Aardvark Smoky Mountain Cabins offers many different cabins; however, you can be assured each one is luxurious and private. A very stark contrast to the first cabins that graced these hills.
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