Tennessee August 29, 2015
These Awesome Cabins In Tennessee Will Make Your Stay In Nature Unforgettable
If you’ve ever dreamt of staying in a cabin in the woods (minus the scary movie stuff), then we have QUITE the treat for you. Tennessee is soaked in history, and these cabins provide a snapshot to the past that is sure to leave your jaw on the ground. Take a look!
10) Smoky Mountain Cabins
Naturally, the Great Smoky Mountains has its share of beautiful cabins deep in the woods.
9) Plus...MORE Smoky Mountain Cabins!
Baskins Creek has 'em popping up like daisies!
8) Davy Crockett Museum
Ever wonder where our hero first called home? This replica lies in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.
7) Davy Crockett's LAST Home
Aaaand here is his last home. This is where the famed American hero laid his head before heading off to the doomed Alamo.
6) Falls Mill Bed & Breakfast
This little b&b is located right outside Huntland and is an absolute treat on SO many levels.
5) Jim Bale's Cabin
Located in the Great Smoky Mountains, this once upon a time home looks straight from a frontier story - mainly because it is.
4) John Oliver's Cabin
Supposedly, John Oliver first settled in 1818, and this cabin, completed a couple of years later, proves to be one of the oldest structures in the Great Smoky Mountains.
3) Sam Davis' Boyhood Home
Smyrna boasts the relocated childhood home of Sam Davis, and it's worth a good visit.
2) Snowy East Tennessee
You could live here - because someone sure does. Where the seasons change and the world becomes a winter wonderland.
1) Tipton Place
This is the iconic image of a cabin in the woods, and we think Cades Cove has pulled a pretty solid one right here.
Any cabins you know of that should make the list? Let us know in the comments below!