Firm Offers New Options for Families
It’s a dilemma countless American families face every year:
where to hold a family reunion. (We
suggest Smoky Mountains of Tennessee in a Tennessee cabin rental.)
You can go to a hotel, but there’s just no way to have
the real “family time” for relaxing, visiting and
catching up. 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 rental cabins can only accommodate
part of the family. And
gets stuck cooking. It’s not much of a vacation for them.
It’s a problem Rod and Matt Thompson heard about frequently
from people renting cabins in the Smoky Mountains. So the father-son
team decided to view the problem as an opportunity.
“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 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 the cabins
that makes them so different.
“We have a full catering service available,” said
Matt Thompson, the son and co-owner. “A family can enjoy
a wonderful, relaxed meal without having to drive anywhere, and
without someone in the family having to cook.”
While catering is available, if guests want to cook they have
everything they need. The kitchens are spacious, with state-of-the-art
It’s not just the meals that Big Cabins will arrange; it’s
anything people want. If a family wants activities arranged, 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 people want.
Actually, there’s plenty to do without leaving the cabin.
The 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 pool, foosball or air
hockey. Or you can just curl up with a good book.
“In essence, we want people to have options,” said
Thompson. “They can have everything taken care of for them,
or they can just have a great facility and handle it all themselves.
It’s completely up to them.”
There are several Big Cabins available, so families 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 - Smoky Mountains -
Tennessee cabin rentals