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Tennessee Holiday Rentals

Holiday Rental Options in Tennessee
If you are considering a holiday in Tennessee, you are opening up for yourself a world of interesting sights, popular attractions and fabulous activities for all the family. You will probably know that car hire is going to be essential to get around in the most effective fashion but you may not have fully considered the benefits of securing holiday rental accommodation. Choosing to rent a holiday home in Tennessee in the form of a house, cabin or chalet will grant you the freedom you require to come and go as you please, allowing you to plan your holiday schedule free of all restraints.
The Smoky Mountains in Tennessee
The natural and hypnotic beauty of the Smoky Mountain Range provides all the motivation required for renting your own holiday accommodation in Tennessee. The Smoky Mountains form part of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the wide range of luxurious cabins and chalets available mean that you can appreciate the awe inspiring scenery first hand and be free to explore it at your leisure. Whether you choose to rent your cabin or chalet in Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, Brothers Cove, or many more, you will awaken each morning to a landscape of wondrous beauty and revel in the possibilities it affords.
The Smoky Mountains’ National Park
Your cabin or chalet rental in the Smoky Mountains will have you ideally placed to explore and enjoy America’s most visited National Park. Whether you choose to go hiking, fishing, cycling, inspecting the traditional log cabins, or even to simply sit back and enjoy the view, you will find something to suit all tastes in this magnificent nature reserve. Park rangers are on hand to help all the family with enquiries and to find the right activities suited to your requirements. They also offer special tours for introducing children to many of nature’s wonders and have a programme offering five to twelve year olds the opportunity to become a designated junior ranger.
What else to see in Tennessee
Dollywood is an essential place for all families holidaying in Tennessee to visit and is within easy travelling distance of the Smoky Mountains. This huge and spectacular fun park has thrilling rides and spectacular sights for all age groups to enjoy. Tennessee has also been hugely influential in a number of music types over the years. Music fans of many different genres are likely to be interested in taking a day trip to Memphis. Graceland, the long time home of Elvis Presley, is now a museum and there are many memorials to The King in the city, while the Beale Street part of town tells the wider story of music culture in Memphis and Tennessee in general.