Pigeon Forge Tennessee Cabins

Written by Blaire Chandler-Wilcox
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Shoppers planning on visiting one of the great outlet mall locations in the country might well consider staying in a charming cabin located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Cabins, with their multiple rooms, mean that shoppers can actually have a space reserved exclusively for their bounty. Don't laugh--shoppers are often shocked at the quality and quantity of bargains to be found in this bargain shopper's paradise.

Shoppers, Start Your Engines

The Pigeon Forge outlet malls offer a staggering variety of shops and stores, all of which feature considerable savings (often up to 75 percent) over their regular mall counterparts. The Belz Factory Outlet World is such a draw, in fact, that it's considered one of the standard stops for nearly all Pigeon Forge visitors. So bring your pocketbook or your piggy bank, throw discipline to the winds, and prepare to load up.

For shoppers of fine clothes and accessories, there are multiple high-end shops like Ralph Lauren, Geoffrey Beene, Izod, and Bass, to name but a few. Other high-end names, like Royal Doulton, Coleman, Fossil, Perfumania and Etienne Aigner also call Belz home. There are also multiple boutiques featuring housewares, fine paper products, books, videos, and more. One could even buy the empty suitcase that will be needed to cart treasure home from the American Tourister store.

If one was staying in a traditional motel or hotel room, all these goodies would have to live on the extra bed, or be stored high on the built-in dresser counter. In a charming country cabin, they can actually have their own room, so you have more room to stretch out and relax after major shopping days. And of course, after all the money one has spent, it's only practical to take advantage of the fully-equipped kitchen that each little housekeeping cottage offers. How better to relax and unwind after a day of fierce bargain gathering than to open the bottle of chilled zinfandel, unwrap the fine cheese, and relax on the deck before grilling up a couple of steaks? I mean, you have to save money somehow, right?


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