If you are looking for a blissful stay around the Smoky Mountains, there’s one great option that will keep you abreast top attractions of the Smokies. Have a peek at the Serenity Tiny House in the Mountain Shire, a Hobbit-inspired tiny house rental village in the Pigeon Forge-Gatlinburg area.
There are a total of three rentable tiny houses on the property; however, the focus will be on the Serenity hobbit-inspired tiny house.
Encapsulated with a curved roof and contoured door, the tiny house gives off the nostalgic vibes of the shire. The facade is decked with tree trunk slices, branches and bricks. There’s also a greenish wall on the facade but it clearly appears artificial – either ways we’re not complaining. All these elements traverses one to the realms of the Shire right out of Lord of the Rings handbook.
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The tiny house offers more than 200 sq. ft. living space that includes a living room with sofa-bed, kitchenette, loft with queen-sized bed, and a bathroom with shower.
The guests have access to hi-speed internet to to never feel shallow when you’ve soaked in enough of the mountains, and also a Roku TV for late night binge-watching stint. There are also amenities like a private chimney, lounge chairs, and shared fire pit area for a cozy outdoor living experience.
Located on the Wears Valley Road, the Serenity tiny house has everything on the checklist for a relaxing and enjoyable stay in the Smoky Mountains. The rental is in close proximity to the city limits, still manages to bring forth a profound lodging experience. You can rent the convincing tiny Hobbit house for approximately $150 per night on Airbnb.