Luxury furnishings and detail in a real log cabin, yet 1 mile from town
- English, Spanish
About Jerry Calhoun
The Naming Story We start by honoring the original inhabitants of our world here - the Cherokee and then we search for a native Cherokee word that has meaning to us. "Talehquah" became in 1839, the "new" capital of the Cherokee nation, this time in Oklahoma to where the nation was forcibly marched on the "trail of tears". Those were days of land grabbing with the Cherokee being grabbed from. They somehow faced their new desolate, waterless world In Oklahoma territory by reaching back to their earliest stories for a "name". - There was a town in the land of the Eastern Cherokees that in ancient times was a city of refuge similar to that of the Hebrews. It was also the seat of government of one of the early clans – one of the seven towns. It is generally believed that their new capital was named “Tahlequah” to remind them of this famous city of old. Here, back in Pigeon Forge near the old heart of the Cherokee nation, we ask that this name give graceful rebirth to our guests' memories, as for the Cherokee. We - Jerry and I along with our daughter, Polly, have decorated the cabin with all the goodies and refinements that will, we so hope, fulfill our guests' secret hopes for their Pigeon Forge vacation. Wildlife? Even though the cabin is near Dollywood Lane and in a small resort area, the "draw" behind us is forested and through its glades come deer and, once, we saw a wildcat. We cannot guarantee that all our guests will see deer but there is the possibility, even here, so close to town. u and Jerry Calhoun
Jerry Calhoun purchased this Cabin in 2017
Why Jerry Calhoun chose Pigeon Forge
The feel of a mountain cabin, yet right next to Dollywood and town. Cathedral living space and master bedroom.
What makes this Cabin unique
- sleeps 14 - right near downtown - right next to Dollywood back entrance
100% refund for cancellations more than 14 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 7 days before check-in date.
Not worth your money
It was a beautiful cabin and the staff was nice and quick,the view was horrible we were right in front of construction site and the maintenance on the cabin needed updating toilet was leaking,and has sewer problems also jacuzzi tub in master bedroom was malfunctioning!!!cable was out for about hour and a half.Clean and stayable kitchen and rec room was ok also multi jet shower has malfunctioning ,owner is nice until you complain but I give an ok
Just by Dollywood back entrance. Ride the Trolley that stops 300 ft away and save on parking.
One mile to the Parkway.