Entire cabin hosted by Ashley

  1. 5 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 2 baths
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Great location
90% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Bears visit this cabin A LOT! Our cabin also boasts some pretty amazing panoramic views of the Smoky Mountains which you can see on both wrap around decks, and from many points inside the cabin. We have a 60 title retro arcade game, a hot tub, 3 TV's, cathedral ceilings on both the main level and in the lower level game room which are also open concept with natural light flooding in. Relax by one of two fireplaces or feel free to stream any of your fave shows with our free unlimited WiFi.

The space
Flying Horse View Cabin offers a private waterfall to relax you while cooking your favorite meal on the patio. There are sunsets on the other side, so don't forget to go around and watch the show from either the top deck or lower level.

The deck on this beautiful cabin wraps around three sides on both levels where you can relax in one of the two porch swings. The other side has a patio with a waterfall, dining table, Chimania fireplace, and large propane grill. If you are into smoking your dinner, we even have a smoker!

When you decide to retire for the evening we you'll find a high definition home theater system in both the living room and the game room, so there will never be an argument as to what to watch. You can even watch your favorite shows and football games while sitting in the hot tub on the deck if you're not viewing the stars under secluded tranquility.

Sleeping up to four in comfort with two queen beds, one full bed in the sleeper sofa in the great room of this cabin, allowing up to six sleeping total in cabin. This makes it great for two couples, or a couple with children. You will never worry about them running out of things to do, as we have an arcade game table with 60 retro games, an air hockey table and a Wii that is hooked up to a HD flatscreen TV in the game room with surround sound for action and fun!

Don't forget to use our unlimited access membership to Honeysuckle Meadows Pool & Deli! Swim, eat, picnic, play, and enjoy the catch and release fishing pond.

Please note: Our cabin is a 100% NO SMOKING cabin. If there is any evidence of smoking cigarettes, cigars, or marijuana inside whether it be smell, butts, ashes, ash trays, etc.) there will be a $100 fee added to the credit card in file. Please smoke 10ft away from doors and/ or open windows.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 queen bed
Common space
2 sofa beds

What this place offers

Mountain view
Free parking on premises
Shared pool
Private hot tub
Unavailable: Carbon monoxide alarm

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Where you’ll be

Sevierville, Tennessee, United States

Known as the "peaceful side of The Smokies", there is still so much to do in Wears Valley. Not to mention, you're only 15 minutes from all of the food, shopping, and attractions of both Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg! We also have quite a few entrances into Great Smoky Mountain National Park without all of the traffic.

Driving up to Flying Horse View Cabin, you'll find that we've also got a brand new sky lift coming soon! How cool is that?

Some of the newest attractions in Wears Valley are mountain coasters, unique roller coasters that are built into the topography of mountains. These specialized rides are a great way to explore nature also getting your adrenaline fix.

There are two mountain coasters located on Wears Valley road close to Pigeon Forge. Smoky Mountain Alpine Coaster and The Coaster at Goats on the Roof! We actually LOVE taking our girls there.

Wears Valley's elevation is 1,454 above sea level, but some truly stunning mountains surround this valley on all sides. Cove Mountain is the tallest mountain you'll see and it's particularly beautiful to view during autumn.

At 4,078 Ft, Cove Mountain is the most prominent peak in Wears Valley and it rises over 2,000 Ft. from the valley's floor, creating a dramatic effect.

Just by driving through the valley, visitors are treated to beautiful views of mountains. An even better way to enjoy the scenery is to reserve Flying Horse View Cabin for your stay.

This local horseback riding stable is offers a favorite activity in the Smokies: guided horseback rides through the mountains.

Walden’s Creek provides tours of trails outside the national park and offers the chance to see historic homes, moonshine stills, and beautiful Smoky Mountain views. Waldens Creek Stable also offers a Wild West Adventure show complete with a barbecue dinner, a wagon tour through the mountains, and bonfire.

A popular local stop in Wears Valley is Elvira's Cafe. This restaurant is definitely one of the best places to get lunch in Wears Valley. To top it all off, Elvira's is right at the bottom of our mountain!

The menu features a great lineup of crepes, pancakes, and sandwiches that are perfect after a hike in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Elvira's is a local favorite that earns stellar reviews from visitors as well!

Wears Valley is home to a lesser known entrance to the park that goes to the Metcalf Bottoms Picnic Area. From here, you can access other parts of the Park like Cades Cove and Elkmont, but Metcalf Bottoms has plenty to explore.

This beautiful spot on the Little River is has several hiking trails to the Historic Little Greenbrier community. By taking the Metcalf Bottoms Trail, you van visit an old schoolhouse, graveyard, and the Walker Sisters cabin.

From Wears Valley Road, turn onto Lyon Springs Ln and follow it into the national park via Line Springs Rd. To reach the picnic area, continue on Wear Cove Gap Rd until you reach Little River Gorge Road.

Before you co hiking in the national park, you can pick up anything you need at Great Smoky Mountain Outfitters a local outdoor gear and hiking shop.

Though Tennessee Moonshine Distillery is one of the newer businesses in Wears Valley, it's actually inspired by something that goes back to the valley's earliest days: moonshining.

To make a living, farmers in remote communities like Wears Valley often turned to making corn liquor by the light of the moon to escape revenuers. Take a tour of the distillery to learn more about the history of moonshine in the Smokies and try some free samples for yourself at this distillery in Wears Valley, TN.

There's no better way to explore the beauty of Smoky Mountain forests than taking a zip line tour. Wears Valley Zip Line Adventures is a local outfitter that features some of the most thrilling zip lines in the Smokies.

In fact, one of their zip lines is 2000 feet long and 275 feet off the ground. The zip line course is fully forested and features views of Mt. LeConte and other peaks inside the national park.

According to legend, local Cherokee buried gold in Wears Valley before they were forced to leave their homeland on the infamous Trail of Tears.

While some have searched for hidden Cherokee treasure in Wears Valley, you'll have an easier time finding beautiful gems at the Friendly Falls Gem Mine! This beautiful stop on Wears Valley road features a local crafts store, a private waterfall, a restaurant, and a creek-side mining flume for gem mining.

Kids love sifting through the silt to find beautiful emeralds, sapphires, and rubies. Who knows, you might even strike it rich on your trip to Friendly Falls!

There is so much more to do around Flying Horse View Cabin... So come find out for yourself!

Hosted by Ashley

  1. Joined in March 2019
  • 153 Reviews
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We're Ashley and Matt Cox! While being parents to two of the most amazing girls who are 11 and 14, we always seem to find time to come to The Smokies a few times a year. Ashley is a professional photographer and runs her wedding photography business and Matt works in finance fighting credit card fraud! Family is incredibly important to both of us, so thats why we wanted a home away from home to just be present in the moment. To sort of escape when we need a break from the everyday chaos of life. Now, we want to share that with you! Welcome to Flying Horse View Cabin- Your favorite home away from home in The Smokies. Ashley Cox purchased this Cabin in 2019
We're Ashley and Matt Cox! While being parents to two of the most amazing girls who are 11 and 14, we always seem to find time to come to The Smokies a few times a year. Ashley is…

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House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

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No carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $300

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