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Reply WOWCabins.com
12:51 AM on June 11, 2012 
Marcus and Emily Rodenbaugh says...
My wife and I stayed at the Kiss the Clouds cabin for our honeymoon from June 7th to June 10th and we had an absolute wonderful time during our stay. We very much enjoyed our stay and will hope to return again in the near future. Thank you for having us Kiss the Clouds cabin!


Marcus and Emily, congratulations on your marriage. Thank you for taking the time to write to us here. Sorry it took so long for us to reply here--although we've been in touch elsewhere. We just figured out how to use the reply feature here! Anyway, we wish you the best for your life together and hope you'll come back to celebrate your anniversaries too!
Reply WOWCabins.com
12:48 AM on June 11, 2012 
Carol Braden says...
Love, love, love, the cabin! Wonderful view, fully stocked with everything we need, well maintained, and just the right size for my husband and I for our 25th Wedding Anniversary! Thank you!

Carol "Cammie" Braden


Congratulations on your 25th anniversary! We're honored you chose to stay at our cabin on this wonderful occasion. We hope that you enjoy the rest of your stay at Kiss the Clouds, and that it blesses you on such a joyous milestone.
Reply Carol Braden
6:31 PM on June 10, 2012 
Love, love, love, the cabin! Wonderful view, fully stocked with everything we need, well maintained, and just the right size for my husband and I for our 25th Wedding Anniversary! Thank you!

Carol "Cammie" Braden
Reply Marcus and Emily Rodenbaugh
3:16 PM on June 14, 2011 
My wife and I stayed at the Kiss the Clouds cabin for our honeymoon from June 7th to June 10th and we had an absolute wonderful time during our stay. When we arrived the cabin was clean and very nice. We stayed for about three days and hardly left the cabin for more then an hour or so. Everything we wanted and needed was there. The hot tub was very accommodating for us since our first task was to relax on our honeymoon. We very much enjoyed the pool table, arcade game, and the view. The view was so amazing! You couldn't ask for a better view. Every morning we sat on the cabins deck and enjoyed the view for as long as possible before starting the days activities. One of the activities we did do was go to Clingman's Dome, which is the highest point in Tennessee. That was probably the most amazing thing we have done together. We tried to keep it relatively cheap with the things we wanted to do. We did visit a few local shops for souvenirs but other then that we enjoyed the cabin the most. On our last day it rained and after the rain we could see even further out from the deck then we could before it rained. We very much enjoyed our stay and will hope to return again in the near future. Thank you for having us Kiss the Clouds cabin!
Reply Alan M Hoffberg
12:52 PM on June 2, 2010 
Back in April, I stayed at Smoky Mountain Bliss Cabin for about a week. Every day kept me busy from dawn until after dark, so at the end of my stay several items still remained on my to-do list. This means I'll be back.

The views from the cabin are awesome, especially on a clear day. Bring your binoculars.

Because it was too early in the season, the resort pool was not yet open, but I did go on the zip line which was lots of fun. My wife and I have zipped in Costa Rica and Honduras. All zips are quite different from each other, although there were no monkeys in the trees at Sevierville.

I can "ditto" everything in the first posting about the cabin, although I was alone (without my wife). So we'll come back. I'm giving due consideration to flying my little single engine airplane from Florida to the local Sevierville airport (General Aviation).

By the way, the cabin's location is ideal. It's located at the end of a quiet road, overlooking a valley and mountains in the distance, the cabin is mere minutes from "civilization" when taking the back roads. I became familiar to the point of assisting tourists who had gotten lost when they attempted to avoid traffic on the main roads without a detailed map of the back roads.

Shopping for supplies, or food/restaurants is quite easy. There is a great variety of restaurants which cater to either locals or tourists. In either case, the prices are very reasonable. Some offer delievery in addition to take-out.
Reply Loving our stay
3:30 PM on May 18, 2010 
We stayed at "Smoky Mountain Bliss" cabin for two weeks in April. The wraparound views were just like the photos, but better. We would have loved to use the hot tub, but didn't get a chance to use it. We loved eating at the outside dinette or on the picnic table, under the porch ceiling fan. We liked that we were in a resort, but at the end of the street next to the woods for more privacy from our neighbors. We probably had the best view in the resort too. The porch swing was one of the most relaxing places in the cabin, gently swaying while looking out at the mountains. There were enough rocking chairs for everyone too.

The "spaceship" shower/jacuzzi downstairs was amazing. We loved having the radio in the shower, the steam feature, the LED lights, and the jetted sprays--it was truly showering in luxury! We also appreciated the instructions posted in the bathroom and in the welcome book to help us figure out the futuristic controls.

The secure high speed wireless Internet connection was fast, steady and reliable, and we logged to it without problems--probably because it was cable-based instead of satellite like other parts of the mountains. We were grateful the WiFi was password protected so nobody could snoop into our surfing.

The in-cabin library was a nice touch. It was stocked with enough dvds, vhs tapes, books and games for everyone in our family to last us a few weeks!
The local zip lines (Wahoo Ziplines) were tons of fun! Our five year old was scared at first, but the guide went with her, so she was more confident. By the end of the zip tour, she raced me on her own zip line! I have been on other zip lines before that were more strenuous, but the zip lines at Smoky Mountain Bliss cabin were delightfully easy to use--good for all family members. I especially enjoyed seeing the mountain tops and countryside from the zip lines.

The night was so peaceful, looking out at the twinkling lights on the mountainsides. We could peek into Pigeon Forge valley lights, but not enough to wash out our view of the stars. It was quiet and serene. We especially enjoyed watching the fireworks at the new Titanic grand opening from our balcony. 4th of July must be amazing from the deck!

You could also tell the owners had paid a lot of attention to detail in taking care of this cabin: all the designer bedding was brand new, including the pillows, quilts, mattress and mattress covers. The were bear-themed coasters everywhere for our drinks. The outlets even had cute little bear themes on them. There was beautiful photography and artwork on the walls. It felt very homey, yet upscale. It was also evident they had just cleaned the place--no spiders, ladybugs, etc.

The kitchen with new appliances was stocked too: The T-Fal stainless steel cookware was all new; there were wine glasses; bottle openers; whisks, knife sharpeners--all the "little things" you take for granted in your home kitchen. There was even a selection of cookbooks to give us some meal ideas! Some had quick and easy recipes (Rachel Ray) so we could enjoy more time on vacation instead of in the kitchen, others focused on local recipes and international cuisines. Pizza, chinese, and italian delivery was available (and there were menus in the cabin), but we were so close to town that we just drove ourselves.

CONS:
The Sugar Maple Cabins check-in was a little far from our cabin (20 minutes), but at least we didn't have to go back for check-out and it was a quick and easy drive to Knoxville airport using back roads (tip: Avoid I-40 and take Chapman Highway to Gov. Sevier Hwy to Alcoa Hwy). Plus, the cabin was just 5-10 minutes to the Parkway, so it was close to all the action.

The kiddie pool and waterfall looked like fun but it and the outdoor pool were only open during the summer months so we couldn't use them while we were there, even though it was a very hot weekend. Still, we cooled off with the porch ceiling fans or stayed inside playing the arcade machine, billiards table, or watching movies.

There were no bar stools at the kitchen counter. We understood that they had just been ordered and would be arriving after our stay. There was enough room for us at the dining table, but it would have been nice to use the breakfast bar while we were there.

In all, it was a fabulous stay at a fabulous cabin. Tons to do, lots of relaxing, and a truly blissful experience. We hope to return next year.

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