A SPECIAL PLACE FOR A SPECIAL TIME
Firm Offers New Options for Tennessee Weddings
Few places are more romantic or more popular for weddings than
the Smoky Mountains.
And while every wedding is different, almost
all face the same question early on: where to hold it.
You can go to a hotel, but there’s just
no way to have the real “family time” for relaxing,
visiting and catching up with those who come to share your very
special day. Mealtime should be the best time together, but
most restaurants just don’t accommodate big groups and
the atmosphere just isn’t the same.
You can go to a Tennessee cabin. Then you have
the together time and the ambiance you’re looking for
at a reunion. Except most cabins can only accommodate a small
part of the
group. And at dinnertime, somebody gets stuck cooking.
Now there’s a new option in the Tennessee
Smoky Mountains: Big Cabins®.
“Big Cabins offers people the chance to
truly be together,” said Rod Thompson, co-owner of the
firm. “The setting is spectacular, inside and out.
With Smoky Mountain cabins as large as 12-bedrooms, there
are plenty of places to
be together…. and plenty of places to have some privacy.”
It’s not just the size and high quality
of these Smoky Mountain cabins that makes them so different.
“We have a full catering service available,”
said Matt Thompson, the son and co-owner. “We know on
your wedding day you want everything to be perfect. With our
concierge-level service, all of your lodging and activity needs
can be taken care of for: catering, transportation, all the
activities the Smoky Mountain area has to offer.
While catering is available, if guests want to
cook they have everything they need. The kitchens are spacious,
with state-of-the-art appliances.
It’s not just the meals that Big Cabins
will arrange; it’s virtually anything people want. If
a family wants activities arranged, Tennessee Big Cabins
can do it: aquarium
trips for the kids and parents, tee-times for the golfers,
hikes in the mountains, trips to outlet malls… whatever
Actually, there’s plenty to do without
leaving your Tennessee cabin. The Smoky Mountain views from
a rocking chair and the hot
tub on the huge decks are spectacular. Inside, every Big Cabin
has big screen TV with satellite service. Guests can play
foosball or air hockey. Or you can just curl up with a good
“It’s a special time and we’re
committed to helping make it wonderful,” says Thompson.
here are dozens of Tennessee Big Cabins available
so groups of almost any size can be accommodated.
For more information or to make reservations,
people can call 866-305-8739 or visit www.BigCabins.com
For more information contact: Mike Cohen (865) 584-0550
Tennessee cabin rentals