About Us


Four Bears Hideaway, privately-owned, brand new cabin!


Our rental cabin has the best view around and the cabin is absolutely perfect. During the rebuilding we decided to make it BIGGER!


It’s a large secluded cabin located on a cul-de-sac over looking Mount LeConte and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. This cabin is within minutes away from downtown Gatlinburg with easy access to Trolley pickup stations. Other nearby locations include; Pigeon Forge, Sevierville and all they have to offer. Four Bears Hideaway is a 4 bedroom, 4 baths, 3 story cabin that is brand new with rustic and comfortable accommodations. This cabin features a mountain theme, log walls, quilt work, warm relaxing atmosphere with an inviting stone fireplace in the main family room and master bedroom.

If you like what’s inside, then you’re going to fall in love with the outside. Two spacious decks for just relaxing and taking in the beauty with a panoramic view that we are known for.

Most visitors find it hard to leave due to the calmness and beauty of their surroundings. All seasons are absolutely breath taking. Our plans are to accommodate for weddings, receptions, family reunions, etc, since this is such a perfect place! The cabin can sleep up 18 people, which will allow your guests to stay with you!

Please contact us for more details on pricing and availability at 314-954-7191.

My husband and I purchased our cabin in 2007 after renting it a couple of times ourselves. The view was breathtaking which lead us to our vision of building our dream vacation home. We demolished the entire home except foundation and begin the design.

I am originally from Tennessee, but our family currently resides in Missouri. However, after 39 years of marriage, my husband grew to love the Great Smoky Mountains. The name Four Bears Hideaway is named after our four children. In 2016 our cabin was one of the 1,700 structures that was destroyed in the wild fires. Our hearts were broken, but the memories we shared in family holidays, family weddings, and reunions will forever be cherished. I lost my husband suddenly in December 2018 before he could see the new cabin completed. However, each room and vision he had will forever be displayed in his memory. Our cabin is family owned and operated. Our goal is to share our home, so you and your family can have as many memories as we have had throughout the years.