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Lodging in Gatlinburg/Great Smoky Mountains Nat'l Park area

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My husband and I are planning our first vacation to the Smoky Mountains in late August/early September. I have been looking at different places to stay, and to say the least, it's a bit overwhelming. I am looking at cabins in the Greenbrier Valley Resorts, but it appears they are quite far from the main entrance to Great Smoky Mountains Nat'l Park. We plan on doing quite a bit of hiking in the park and the scenic drives, so we don't want to be terribly far from the park.

Has anyone stayed at the cabins in this resort and can comment on the cabins and how convenient the resort is to the park and Gatlinburg? We plan on visiting the Arts & Crafts loop and possibly having some dinners in Gatlinburg.

Do you have a favorite place to stay in the Gatlinburg area? I could use some help sifting through the countless options available. Thanks for your help!

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