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Tennessee Vacation Rentals

Written by Jessica Duquette
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Tennessee vacation rentals are easy to locate and rent through the use of the internet. Whether you're hoping for a fun-filled weekend at Dollywood, a scenic trip through the Smoky Mountains, or an exciting white water rafting experience at Pigeon Forge, finding the right rental property is the foundation for a successful and stress-free vacation. Here are a few tips to follow when shopping around for rentals.

Photos and Testimonials

Many real estate properties provide dozens of images on their website. These pictures should give you an accurate feel of what the cabin looks like. You don't want to be misled by pictures only to arrive and find a dusty, dingy cabin. Check websites for testimonials from happy renters. This will be your best resource for accurate information.

Read the Fine Print

Tennessee vacation rentals are quite strict on the number of habitants occupying their space. As these cabins are owned and operated by people just like you, they have a vested interest in the proper care of their cabin. Renting a one-bedroom cabin is meant for two people. Bringing six friends with you will add considerable cost to your rental fee. Exceeding capacity is a big risk to the owner, and therefore the cost of stay increases.

Where Is the Best Location for Tennessee Vacation Rentals?

Anything claiming "walking distance from town" is optimum. Having the convenience to stroll into town in under five minutes will give you the real feel of community living. You don't want to have to get in your car and drive for twenty minutes every time you need some bread or milk. Ask your realtor for a map of the area with the distance to your cabin.


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