Tips For Renting A Cabin In The Smokies - Part IV

By Darryl Payne
Posted on March 12, 2012

If you’re going to be in the market for Sevierville, Pigeon Forge or Gatlinburg lodging this summer, there is a number of questions you may want to consider asking the prospective cabin-rental companies you talk to. Taking the time to do your homework on the front end could save you time and trouble in the long run and make your stay an awesome experience you’ll want to repeat every year. This week, we’re going to share a few miscellaneous questions you might want to ask concerning the exterior of your rental property.

Does the cabin have a fire pit? If so, does the rental company or the guest provide the firewood?

If the guest is responsible for providing firewood, where can it be purchased?

What sort of parking is available at the cabin? Is it covered? Is there a garage?

Are motorcycle trailers allowed, and if so, how much room is available to turn a trailer around?

How do guests access the cabin? Steps, ramp or both?

If the air conditioning breaks in the middle of summer, how quickly can it be repaired?

Darryl Payne the blogger

About Darryl Payne

Darryl Payne is a native of East Tennessee in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains. He is a web developer with a passion for building great websites. As a local, he can offer a unique perspective on where to stay and things to do while on vacation in the Smokies. To read his latest recommendations, please click the Google+ follow button.

 

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