Are you ready for some super cute Gatlinburg Airbnbs?? I’ve found some awesome ones for you!
For some of the most stunning scenery in the United States, I highly recommend you turn your attention to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
The Smokies (as they’re known) are set in Eastern Tennessee and make for the quintessential break from the city.
Here you’ll find mountains, forests, and fresh countryside air. And sure, you could opt for a hotel, but I far prefer renting Gatlinburg Airbnbs.
Not only will you get bang for your buck in terms of price per night, but you’ll also have direct access to nature—a lot of the time, anyway. And some of the properties are absolutely stunning!
So, to inspire you to take a Smokies trip of your own, here are some of the best Airbnbs in Gatlinburg—a gateway to the national park. They’re my favorites, anyway!
Incredible Gatlinburg Airbnbs for a Great Smoky Mountains Trip
Looking for the perfect place to spend your Gatlinburg vacation in peace? Well, people, here it is—or one of them, anyway. This log cabin has luxury mountain vibes written all over it—and I'm a big fan.
It's basically a great spot for a couples retreat. For one thing, the bedroom actually has a hot tub in it. Yes—in the bedroom! The decor is laid-back, warm, and cozy. No chance you won't have an awesome (and romantic) time here.
Up to 2 guests // Studio // 1 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $126 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This lodge is cool, spacious, and one of the best vacation rentals in Gatlinburg. No doubt. And one of my favorite things about this place is its outdoor areas—which include, of course, an amazing hot tub for the ultimate in relaxation.
The view is also pretty awesome, with the natural scenery of the Smoky Mountains National Park and Mt. Leconte as the backdrop to your vacay. The location is also great, feeling super-private yet in easy reach of Downtown Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge.
Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 3 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $254 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Wow. This place is super cool! That's not just because it has amazing views out over mountain scenery. Nope. This luxury cabin also has the ultimate luxury of an actual indoor swimming pool for you to splash around in. Score!
With other perks ranging from the bonus of free parking to a game room (with arcade machines), a sauna/steam room, and an outdoor hot tub, and I'm sure you'll agree that this place is pretty much one of the best Airbnbs in Gatlinburg.
Up to 8 guests // 2 bedrooms // 4 beds // 3 baths. Prices from $335 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
It's not just the national park and mountain views that make this cabin so darn awesome. It's also all the cool stuff you'll find inside the cabin.
There's a game room with a pool table and arcade machine for one thing. There's also a hot tub. There's a fireplace and smart TV. But let's go back to those views. They're actually breathtaking, and probably some of the best you could ever get from an Airbnb in Gatlinburg.
Up to 4 guests // 1 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $143 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Mountain views, fire pit, hot tub, deck—what more could you ask for? Well, there's also the fact that this place is beautifully curated. It perfectly balances its super rural and rustic feel with all the clean lines and chic touches of modern design.
This two-bedroom cabin also happens to have a great location. It's a private setting, reached via a well-maintained gravel road. Both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg are just a 15-minute drive away. And there are hiking trails within easy reach.
Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $172 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Cute, cute, and cuter, this is one of my favorite vacation rentals in Gatlinburg for sure. With a location that puts it mere minutes from all the entertainment and attractions of Downtown Gatlinburg itself, it also has some lovely interiors going on.
The perfect size for couples searching for that romantic getaway in the Smokies, this cabin has a hot tub, full kitchen to use, big comfy bed, fireplace, TV, dining area, and couch to chill on—all packed into one homey, rustic space.
Up to 2 guests // Studio // 1 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $172 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This awesome Airbnb mixes Southern style with modern touches for a veritable paradise of a place to stay. I am absolutely loving the large living spaces, huge windows, and a pool table. It's spacious enough for families or groups to book a night (or three) here, for sure.
There are also outside decks on both of its two stories, which make for great places to chill the heck out at any time of day. One of them has a hot tub, which is always a plus. Throw in a well-equipped kitchen, well-appointed bathrooms, and a whole lot of wood-clad charm for the full package.
Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $196 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
A definitively modern take on the classic cabin aesthetic, this Gatlinburg Airbnb takes tradition and beautifully polishes it into a slice of contemporary cool. It's like a cozy home away from home.
With comfortable seating areas, stylish furnishings, plenty of room for families or groups, a fireplace, TV, coffee maker, and just about every other modern convenience you can think of, it's definitely a luxury cabin experience you'll be having here.
Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 4 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $233 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Those were the best Airbnbs in Gatlinburg, perfect for getting out into the great outdoors of the Smoky Mountains. There truly are some gorgeous places to stay here, with something for just about everyone.
Go ahead and tag me in your Insta pics and stories (I’m @wtfab) and let me know which of these gems you end up staying in!
Planning on traveling soon? Be sure to explore my other travel guides here to help you plan.
It is recommended to spend at least 5 days in Gatlinburg to really get a chance to explore a little bit of everything!
The best time to visit Gatlinburg is between September and October since the weather will be nice and cool and you can see the fall foliage.
The rainiest month in Gatlinburg is in May and the rain can last up to 15 days straight.