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A Honeymoon In The Mountains Is Best, But Watch Out
If you're looking for the best honeymoon possible, then you need to consider the Smokey Mountain s as your destination.
Don't get a motel room or stay in Gatlinburg. Find a cabin to rent that has all the amenities of a 5 star hotel but in the serenity, solitude and secrecy of the mountains.
My family and I just had one of the most awesome and relaxing vacations ever and we spent it in a cabin that was fully furnished. It had a pool table, 2 indoor jacuzzis and an 2 person hot tub on the deck overlooking the mountains.
The cabin we stayed in would sleep 8 so there will be more than enough space for two. While we were there we saw wild turkeys, deer, a wild peacock and scorpions.
Now when I say cabin, don't think for one minute that this was a cabin like the old settlers used to call home. This cabin was more like a luxury vacation home than a log cabin. The price range for the cabin was from $130-160 per night with a 2 night minimum and a price break if you stay more than 3 nights.
Cabins are located all over the area, so it pays to shop around, but almost all of the cabins are located within 15 minutes of the main highway and 25 minutes from the Great Smokey Mountain National Park. You are close to true outlet malls as well.
The Smokey Mountains offer some of the best times and places to create lasting memories with the love of your life. Make sure you take a hike to one of the many waterfalls and be certain to do a horseback ride.
The best deals on cabins are found on the internet. Do a search for Smokey Mountain cabins and you'll get more results than you know what to do with.
Our cabin was rented from Fireside Cabins and Chalet rental. They can be found on the internet with a websearch.
The weather in the Smokies is fairly mild, even in the winter and you'll really enjoy your honeymoon there!
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