Oak Haven Resorts


Member Rating 5 out of 5 by Jaysour on February 28, 2007

Sevierville is a town out from Gatlinburg, however, still close enough to drive into the shops, eateries, and attractions yet still far away that you are not stuck in the traffic and hubbub of Gatlinburg. We stayed in a cabin/resort tucked away in the hills of Seveirville, called Oak Haven Resorts.

We showed up late on a Sunday and checked in. The staff at the time offered us an upgrade to a larger cabin at no extra cost. We followed the winding road up and down the hillside until we came to our cabin.

From the outside in the late night light, the cabin looked very inviting and homey while still giving off that air of the 'country.' However, when we walked in that all changed. It was a home away from home with a full kitchen, large bedrooms, a downstairs game room, a nice living room with cable, large screen TV and wireless Internet, as well as a wraparound porch with whirlpool and nice little gas grill. All the ameneties of home. We were quite amazed at what was available since we had two small children.

The sleeping quarters were very nice with comfortable, king-size beds, and spacious closets, a large bathroom area as well as cable TV in the bedroom. It gave our children plenty of run to play as well as relax.

The cooking amenties were perfect. More than enough cooking utensils and pots and pans to cook a nice pasta meal or BBQ some steaks on the provided gas grill. Cooking from the cabin sure saves on the pocket by not eating out and quite honestly, eating out with two small children can be somewhat crazy. At the cabin you feel in your own environment.

Housekeeping did a very good job. Each day we came back to a clean cabin with freshly made beds, vaccumed floors and an-all-around nice place. The only draw back was that they seemed to skimp on the extra towels. We did mention it on the first night and the rest of the stay we had more than enough hand and body towels.

Overall Oak Haven is a great way to feel like you are on vacation without losing the amenties we all would like and need during an extended stay. Tucked away in the Seveirville hillside, far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the tourists but only a drive away from most attractions in both Sevierville and Gatlinburg. For mor info check out the website. They have a large amount of cabins sizes and selections at www.oakhavenresort.com
Oak Haven Resorts
1947 Old Knoxville Hwy.
Sevierville, Tennessee, 37876
(800) 652-2611

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