Brother's Cove Log Cabin Rentals

Address: 2960 Brother’s Way, Sevierville, Tennessee, 37862, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 2960 Brother’s Way, Sevierville, is near Walden Creek Horseback Riding Stables and Appalachian Outdoors Whitewater Rafting.
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        • Outdoor pool
        • Swimming pool


        • Hot tub
        • Wireless internet connection in room (free)
        • High-speed internet in room
        • Pets allowed

        TravelPod Member ReviewsBrother's Cove Log Cabin Rentals Sevierville

        Reviewed by jenniferkovach

        Beautiful cabin in the mountains with a woods view

        Reviewed Aug 7, 2016
        by (4 reviews) Huntley , United States Flag of United States

        While driving to Tennessee, I got a call on my cell from the management at Brother's Cove, checking to see when we planned to arrive and if we knew where to go. I also received an email in the same vein - have never had that happen before. They answered my few questions and when we arrived were very nice.

        We headed over to our cabin, Creekside Oasis #3. It took a couple tries to get the hang of the electronic lock (no keys), but we got it down. Walked in and everything was as good as we had hoped. I had looked at reviews and pics online, and we were not disappointed. The beds were comfy, the kitchen had most of what we needed. There were two coffee pots - a drip brew and a Keurig. We didn't have measuring cups or spoons and we let them know in the office and when we came back from a day out, a new set of each was on the counter. The cabin came with a starter supply of kitchen and bath items (soap, shampoo, laundry detergent, dishwasher detergent, etc). It was not enough to last our whole stay, but a good starter.

        Our unit had three bedrooms, two baths. There was a wrap around porch with chairs and a charcoal grill. On a lower deck we had a hot tub and in the yard next to the creek a swing and couple of chairs by the firepit. The creek was usually just a trickle, except after a good rain.

        The cabin was clean. Some things a bit worn, but still very comfortable. There were some bugs here and there, mostly spiders - as expected for a cabin in the woods. I did have an "incident" with a big old millipede that I stepped on at night with my bare foot, but that gave us all a good laugh once we got it relocated outside.

        The driveway to get in is steep (it is a mountain after all) and going around and down to leave even more so. But we got accustomed to that. The pool is up another level and I will be honest and say I did not enjoy the ride up there (not a fan of heights). We met another family with a cabin higher up the mountain who said the view was gorgeous, but that next time they would choose a spot lower down that did not require them to keep driving up and down the narrow winding road - they were from Illinois too, so also not used to that kind of driving. Our driveway was at a decent angle and roomy - some of the units were not as lucky.

        There was a washer and dryer in the unit that we gave a lot of use to. The dryer usually need to run another cycle to get things dry, even though we made sure the lint trap was cleaned each time. We had Direct TV - it did NOT include local channels which was a little disappointing as we wanted to watch the news and the Olympics in the evenings and could not. The WiFi worked OK - less so when all 5 of us connected at once. It did go out when there were storms in the area. There was no WiFi the first night, but we let them know (when we told them about the measuring cups) and it was fixed when we got back for the day.

        We were about a 20 minute drive from Pigeon Forge - it was a pleasant drive and nice to be close enough to everything without being in the middle of the hustle and bustle.

        All in all, I would highly recommend Brother's Cove, and Creekside Oasis in particular (units are individually owned, so may not all be on the same level).

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        TripAdvisor Reviews Brother's Cove Log Cabin Rentals Sevierville

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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