Now guests can stay in this Sasquatch-approved Pigeon Forge cabin

Sasquatch Inn

The Sasquatch Inn cabin is Sasquatch approved, and it also boasts a 5-star rating on VRBO (photos courtesy of VRBO)

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Every month, we select one special cabin rental in Sevier County as our “Featured Cabin of the Month.”

Each cabin is hand-selected because of its unique features, popularity and overall excellence in aesthetics.

This month, we took some advice from one of the “locals” with this Sasquatch-inspired cabin, Sasquatch Inn.

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Sasquatch enjoys the fireplace at Sasquatch Inn (photo courtesy of VRBO)

Why we love this Pigeon Forge cabin rental

Well, for starters we at TheSmokies.com love a fun cabin with a theme.

And it’s certainly reassuring to know that Sasquatch himself approves of the cabin. Heck, scrolling through the photos of Sasquatch at the cabin is reason enough to check it out.

While photos are arguably hysterical, the theme throughout the cabin is classy, rustic and modern: Everything you could want in a Smoky Mountain cabin.

But more than that, Sasquatch Inn also boasts an exceptional rating of 5 stars on VRBO.

This cabin averages just $243 per night, which makes it very affordable, sleeping up to nine people.

Guests love it because it’s clean, affordable and in a perfect location to enjoy all the amenities that the Smoky Mountains has to offer.

“Great stay, clean, easy checkin and checkout. Would highly recommend” – Will R.

Click here to learn more or to reserve your stay.

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Sasquatch Inn offers an open concept kitchen, living and dining area (photo courtesy of VRBO)

What’s inside this fun Pigeon Forge cabin

Sasquatch Inn features a total of two king master suites; one is downstairs and one is upstairs.

There are two bathrooms that include a toilet and combination tub/shower.

Kids will enjoy the bunk room, which offers two full beds and one twin bed.

The couch also has a pull-out mattress. This cabin sleeps up to nine guests total.

The kitchen, dining room and living room is open concept, making it the perfect getaway to accommodate family and friends.

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Sasquatch approves of the master suite at Sasquatch Inn (photo courtesy of VRBO)

The kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, refrigerator, stove, oven, microwave, coffee maker and ice maker.

Upstairs, guests and kids will enjoy the added accommodations of the TV and air hockey table (also tested and approved by Sasquatch).

And perhaps most importantly, the cabin offers a fast WiFi connection.

Sasquatch Inn also offers a washing machine and dryer, a fireplace, and other basic amenities such as soaps, a hair dryer and towels.

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What’s outside this Pigeon Forge cabin

Sasquatch loves enjoying the outdoors, so naturally this cabin has a large porch with a dining table, rocking chairs and a private outdoor hot tub.

And since this cabin is so close to Dollywood, fireworks can be seen from the porch (when applicable).

Guests who stay at Sasquatch Inn will also gain access to an outdoor community swimming pool and nearby trolley stop.

Air hockey table
Sasquatch enjoys the air hockey table at Sasquatch Inn (photo courtesy of VRBO)

Why this cabin offers one of the best locations in Pigeon Forge

Being in the heart of Pigeon Forge, this cabin is only .4 miles from Dollywood and about 2 miles from The Island in Pigeon Forge.

It’s also a short drive to Gatlinburg at only 5.5 miles from Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies in Gatlinburg.

Listing summary:

This cabin does not allow pets, and smoking is not permitted. Full refunds are available if cancellation occurs at least 14 days prior to check-in.

  • $243/avg per night
  • 3 bedrooms / sleeps 9
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 night minimum stay

Click here to learn more or to book this cabin.

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What do YOU look for when you’re renting a cabin? Let us know in the comments!

Editor’s note: Prices are subject to change by availability and season. Please check the listing for the most up-to-date information.

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