Here’s to a fabulous vacation! - Comfortable, conveniently located, and equipped with amenities galore, God’s View has everything you want from a vacation cabin—including the breathtaking scenery that gives the home its name.The private hot tub is glorious - During the day you can watch falcons and eagles soar by; at night you can look for constellations in the star-filled sky—all while luxuriating in the steamy, bubbling waters.An idyllic location - As you gaze upon the Great Smoky Mountains from your deck, you might easily forget that God’s View is less than 15 minutes from the restaurants, shops, and entertainment of downtown Gatlinburg.Living large - Once you sink back into the generously proportioned living room seating, you may never want to get back up. Luckily there’s free WiFi and a flat-screen TV with cable channels to keep you entertained.Dining options abound - Numerous restaurants are just minutes away, but when you want to dine in you can choose to sit at the kitchen table, the game room pub table, or the table out on the deck.What’s cooking? Anything you want! - From refrigerator/freezer with ice maker to blender, microwave to dishwasher, the kitchen of God’s View is equipped with all the appliances, cookware, and tableware you could possibly want.The kitchen is always open - Even if you do dine out for most of your meals, you’ll love the convenience of being able to brew a cup of coffee or make some popcorn anytime you’d like.Fun and games - The upstairs game has a multigame arcade and air hockey to keep the kids—and the adults—happily engaged for hours.Rainy days are not a problem - You’ll never be bored at God’s View: The home includes free WiFi, an outdoor hot tub, cable TV, air hockey, and a multigame arcade among its amenities.Both bedrooms are primary suites - There’s no short straw when it comes to bedrooms at God’s View. Each includes a king-size bed, a flat-panel TV, and an en-suite bathroom with a jetted tub.A bathroom for each bedroom—plus - Not only does each bedroom have its own full bathroom, but the house has a convenient half-bath too. And speaking of conveniences, God’s View also has its own washer and dryer.The 2nd luxurious suite - Thanks to the numerous oversize windows, when you stay in the upstairs bedroom you’ll almost feel as if you’re in a tree house—albeit a luxurious tree house with a king-size bed and a flat-screen TV.We don’t blame you for wanting to sleep late - Although there’s so much to see and do in and around Gatlinburg, once you sprawl out on the king-size bed you may never want to leave. Go ahead, sleep late—you are on vacation, after all!The 2nd en-suite bathroom - Rev yourself up in the morning with a brisk shower; wind down at night with a pampering soak in the jetted tub. Ahhh…Dine alfresco - When the views are this awe-inspiring, you want to be outdoors every chance you get. That’s why God’s View has a table for 4 on its spacious rear deck.King (or queen) of the hill - As you kick back on the deck of God’s View, listening to the swallows, basking in the fresh breeze, and relishing the mountains and the endless skies, you’ll feel as if you’re on top of the world!The historic John Oliver Cabin - Located in the Cades Cove section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the John Oliver Cabin, built in the 1820s and a popular spot to visit.Downtown Gatlinburg, here we come - The Village, a picturesque collection of shops, is just one of the many attractions of downtown Gatlinburg. There are also the Guinness World Records Adventure, thrill rides, restaurants galore, and more.A recent addition to downtown Gatlinburg - One of the newest attractions of downtown Gatlinburg is Anakeesta, an outdoor amusement center with zip lines, a canopy walk, a gondola that scales a 600-foot mountain, shops, and more.A Treat for the Senses - Pine-fragranced breezes, the singing of hummingbirds during the day and the hooting of owls at night… There’s so much to savor.Into the Wild - Deer, wild turkeys, elk, and even bears are among the wildlife you might spy during your stay.Gorgeous All Year Round - Dazzling foliage in autumn, snow capped mountains in winter, lush greenery and wildflowers in spring and summer. It's always a fabulous time to visit Gatlinburg.Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Smoky Mountain National Park's stunning scenery and rugged mountain rangesDiscover a hidden oasis amidst the Smoky Mountains, where the tranquil creek and lush greenery create a peaceful retreat.Enjoy a free attraction ticket to Beyond the Lens Pigeon Forge, Country Tonite, Paula Deen's Lumberjack Feud Adventure Park, Titanic Museum, and Wonder Works with every stay!

God's View


3.96/5 (21)


3.96/5 | 21 reviews

Incredible vista view of the Smokies w/hot tub + pet-friendly

2 BR | 2 Full Baths | 1 Half Bath | Sleeps 4 | Wooded View

Gatlinburg, TN


Property type

Wooded View


On Mountain


Hot Tub - Private


Where you'll be


The Smoky Mountain vistas from God’s View really are heavenly. You’ll definitely want to spend plenty of time on the two-bedroom home’s rear deck, listening to the trees rustle in the crisp breeze as falcons soar above the mountains. That’s why the deck, w...
The Smoky Mountain vistas from God’s View really are heavenly. You’ll definitely want to spend plenty of time on the two-bedroom home’s rear deck, listening to the trees rustle in the crisp breeze as falcons soar above the mountains. That’s why the deck, which stretches the width of the home, is outfitted with a pampering hot tub plus a table for four guests. And the views are just one reason you’ll love staying here.

With two primary bedrooms, two en-suite bathrooms and a convenient half-bathroom to boot, God’s View accommodates two couples as comfortably as it does a family of four—and a pet or two as well. Each spacious bedroom includes a king-size bed and a flat-panel TV. Even more luxurious, each bathroom has a shower and a Jacuzzi. After you’ve spent the day hiking, skiing or biking, a long soak among the massaging jets of water will having you ready to hit the trails or the slopes all over again.

The living room offers relaxation of a different sort. Once you sink into its plush sofas, you might never want to get back up. Luckily there’s a third flat-screen TV to keep you entertained, plus complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the home. On chilly winter evenings, the fireplace will cast a warm, welcoming golden glow over the room, very conducive to kicking back with a hot cocoa or an Irish coffee as you play Pictionary with the family, catch up on gossip with your friends, or plan the next day’s adventures.

For more-active entertainment, head upstairs to the game room. When you’re not competing at the air-hockey table, test your skills at the multigame arcade. There’s a pub-style table too, where you can play cards or simply hang out.

Because God’s View is less than 15 minutes from downtown Gatlinburg, you’ll have a wealth of nearby restaurants to choose from, serving everything from steak to seafood, Chinese to Tex-Mex cuisine. When you do want to dine in, however, you’ll find the kitchen equipped with all the appliances, cookware and tableware you could possibly need. And even if you do eat out, you’ll appreciate having a coffee maker to brew your morning wake-me-up, a blender for mixing margaritas or milkshakes and a refrigerator to keep wine and milk cold.

You could happily while away your entire stay without leaving God’s View. Watch the morning mist rise from the mountains while sipping a breakfast smoothie on the deck. Luxuriate in the hot tub between games of air hockey, dine alfresco as the sun sets or savor a nightcap beneath the star-studded sky. But you’ll surely want to take advantage of the home’s proximity to the local attractions as well.

For instance, Ober Gatlinburg Amusement Park and Ski Area is just a five-minute drive away. In winter you can ski, snowboard or snow tube. Year-round you can ice-skate, enjoy rides and visit the wildlife exhibit. The wildlife, wildflowers and waterfalls of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park are only 10 minutes away. In addition to plenty of dining options, downtown Gatlinburg features Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies, the Guinness World Records Adventure, mini golf, shops, a mountain coaster and more fun. And in less than a half-hour you can drive to the Great Smoky Arts and Crafts Community, an eight-mile trail of more than 120 galleries, studios and shops, and to the neighboring town of Pigeon Forge, home to Dollywood, the Titanic Museum, dinner theaters and go-kart tracks, among other attractions.

No matter how you spend your days, you’ll relish the glorious vistas, pampering amenities and entertainment options of God’s View. Book your stay today—before someone else beats you to it!

Where you'll sleep

1st Bedroom
King Bed
2nd Bedroom
King Bed


Wooded View
On Mountain
Hot Tub - Private
Pool - Community
Hot Tub - Community
Property Features
TV (s)
Smoke Detector
Linens Provided
Private Entrance
Fire Extinguisher
Air Conditioning
DVD Player (s)
Game Room
Wireless Internet
Washing Machine
Living Room
Pet Friendly
Grill - Charcoal
Self Check-in (Keyless Lock)
Air Hockey
Arcade Game(s)
Dining Area
Dishes and Utensils
Full Kitchen
Coffee Maker
Ice Maker
Bath Towels Provided
Jetted Tub
Hair Dryer
Parking/Access - 4WD Recommended for Winter
Nearby Activities
Fishing - Fly
Kayaking Rentals
Medical Services
Golf Course(s)
Miniature Golf
Outlet Shops
Snow Skiing
Winery Tours
National Park
Theme Parks
Water Parks
Whitewater Rafting


Reviews and guest comments are collected from verified guests that have filled out a survey regarding their stay or provided a review via a third party booking site.

A dennis S.
Verified Guest Comment

Couch and loveseat need cleaning or replaced. No kitchen chairs. Lack of tv stations.

Morgan S.
Verified Guest Comment

It was a nice cabin with a game room and hot tub. Overall, it was clean and decent. It’s definitely high up in the mountains and the drive is steep and a bit scary. Definitely didn’t like driving it at night.

Kayte P.
I travel a lot, especially around the south. It was just my husband and me and we wanted something...

I travel a lot, especially around the south. It was just my husband and me and we wanted something small but nice, close to town. This place is about a 5-7 minute drive from town. It is very steep winding roads leading to the house and the driveway is almost vertical. We weren’t aware and ended up having to walk up the night we arrived because it was raining and our Camry started backsliding. Without the rain it probably wouldn’t have been an issue. The house is not private, you have neighbors on three sides and a partial view of the town, which was nice. The house is pretty nice, we could tell we were the first visitors of the year from an abundance of cobwebs under tables and inside cabinets. I didn’t spot any creepy crawlers though, so that was good. The beds are comfortable and the arcade is a great addition. Our biggest problem was the tv. The one in the living room didn’t work at all and there are only about 10 channels available. I usually wouldn’t complain about tv on a vacation, but during the rainy season after you get into the house all you want to do is curl up and watch a movie. The couches were old and uncomfortable and there were no dvds so we had nothing to watch. The jetted tub was the best part! If you’re looking for a quick cheap option, this is the house for you! I don’t think we would stay again. Next time we’re going to stay in town so we can walk everywhere.

Carl J.
The cabin was great except for the driveway. When wet your tires spin coming up the drive LOL....

The cabin was great except for the driveway. When wet your tires spin coming up the drive LOL. Great view of the mountains and the bears coming thru the yard was really fun. Great time had !!

stanley b.
Very clean, had all that we were looking for

Very clean, had all that we were looking for


Important things to know



Check-In: 4:00 PM

Check-Out: 10:00 AM

Minimum age to rent: 25

Pet policy: Dogs under 50 lbs. allowed

Max pets: 3

  • Within 45 days of arrival, 100% is due at the time of booking.
  • 46+ days prior to arrival, 30% is due at the time of booking.
  • Arrival window within 14 days or less, all payments are non-refundable.
  • Arrival window within 15 to 30 days, a partial refund of 50% will be provided.
  • Arrival window is within 31 days or more, all advanced payments will be refunded.