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Cozy Creek was very cosy indeed, snuggled next to the river. We were expecting the cabin to be further away from the road, but it was very quiet. The organisation of getting the key was not straightforward and then we could not get access as...More
I had read the reviews prior to making my reservation with Uncle Bud's Cabin, Bear Creek. I believe that all the raves were SPOT ON. The cabin was absolutely breathtaking. My husband, son and I enjoyed ourselves very much. Everything we needed was provided. The...More
With all of the options for cabins in the Smoky's, I was a bit apprehensive and switched my mind several times before settling on Uncle Bud's. Glad to say that the reviews were accurate.
We arrived at Bear Creek after a few miles up a...More
I searched here on Trip Advisor to find a great place for my boyfriend and I to stay for our annual anniversary hiking trip. Last year we went hiking in Ohio and this year we went hiking at the Great Smoky Mountains. Uncle Bud's Cabins...More
My husband and I took a trip to the Smokey Mountains for our first anniversary, and since we depended on good reviews to make our decisions, I wanted to make sure I added our own after a great experience! We stayed in Quiet Times cabin...More
According to the Sevier County interactive fire map, all three of Uncle Bud's cabins located at the bottom of the steep driveway (Statham Way, off Campbell Lead Road) were destroyed in the fire. My family stayed at Uncle... More
According to the Sevier County interactive fire map, all three of Uncle Bud's cabins located at the bottom of the steep driveway (Statham Way, off Campbell Lead Road) were destroyed in the fire. My family stayed at Uncle Bud's Bearadise cabin several times throughout the years and we loved it.