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Discover the Best Boutique Hotels in Quirky Pigeon Forge

Pigeon Forge is one of the most unusual and entertaining small-town destinations in the U.S., as it has a unique combination of stunning natural landscapes, theme parks for family fun, and tributes to the rural U.S. history and heritage.

If you want to go on an unforgettable vacation with your family to one of the most amazing undiscovered small towns in the U.S., book a boutique hotel to experience real Tennessee country hospitality, and head to Pigeon Forge today!

Visit Pigeon Forge on a Budget at Mountain Melodies Inn

One of the best budget inn options in Pigeon Forge is the cozy and comfortable Mountain Melodies Inn. A great option for families traveling in the area, the Mountain Melodies Inn has a children’s pool, free breakfast and Wi-Fi, and is a short walking distance from most of the attractions in the area. Enjoy the Smoky Mountain views from your room, and then head to nearby Dollywood, the fun and colorful Dolly Parton-based theme park.

Pamper Yourself at Riverstone Resort & Spa

For travelers who want to splurge a little on a restful, relaxing vacation, the best choice in Pigeon Forge is the Riverstone Resort & Spa. Book a stay in the spacious condos or rustic log cabins, and enjoy the in-room stone fireplaces, 37-inch TVs, and free Wi-Fi, as well as views of the nearby river or hotel golf course. Get a massage at the hotel’s full-service spa and then hit the nearby outlets for shopping, or go a little farther to the NASCAR Speedpark for an adrenaline rush.

Experience Family Fun at the Music Road Inn

If you’re traveling with your family, the Music Road Inn has plenty to offer you, such as a children’s pool in addition to the indoor heated pool and hot tub, as well as pillowtop mattresses and an option for sleeper sofas in the room. Take your kids to mini golf nearby or hot air balloon rides just a few minutes away from the hotel, or explore the Titanic Museum and Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies.

Enjoy Views of the River at Creekstone Inn

The Creekstone Inn offers you plenty of amenities, especially if you want to do more in your room, such as make your own meals. In addition to the free Wi-Fi and two flat-screen TVs, the room has is a stove top with cookware and dishes to help you whip up a meal. Every room has beautiful views of the nearby Little Pigeon River, and when you want to venture outside your hotel, you are just a few steps away from locals museums, shops, bakeries, and kid-friendly attractions like the Outdoor Gravity Park.

See Southern Style Hospitality at the Inn On The River

The Inn on the River is a charming Pigeon Forge boutique hotel that offers Southern treats such as sweet tea daily and a full hearty breakfast free of charge. In addition to the hotel’s two pools, there are grills and patios for you to have your own Southern-style barbecue. When you want to explore outside the hotel, you are close to beautiful attractions like Parrot Mountain and Gardens and cool rides including Tomb Egyptian Adventure and MagiQuest.


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