Find the perfect villa in Tennessee for your next vacation
Tennessee is an incredible vacation destination for unforgettable adventures in the great outdoors, as well as cultural and historical explorations.
From Tennessee cabins high in the Great Smoky Mountains, perfect for nature breaks and winter sports adventures, to chic rental homes in the heart of Nashville, there is a Tennessee vacation home for every type of traveler.
Our vacation rentals in Tennessee come with a range of luxurious facilities, that give each and every home a 'wow factor'. From hot tubs surrounded by forests, to games rooms and home theatres for fun nights in with the family, there are plenty of fantastic features to choose from. Many of our Tennessee homes are pet-friendly, too, so you can bring your four-legged friends along for the ride.
Home to the mighty Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee is a destination that features on many mountain mood boards and travel bucket lists. With our Tennessee mountain vacation rentals, you can stay in the most scenic and spectacular parts of the state. These cabins are high up in the mountains and have the most breathtaking views over the epic landscapes. Along with classic cabin features and décor, the homes are also ideal for exploring the natural wonders on your doorstep, with easy access to hiking trails, nature walks, and ski slopes during the winter months.
Our dedicated and knowledgeable Travel Planners will be on hand to help you from the moment you book and throughout your stay
We offer you the best selection of homes in beautiful destinations and trending hotspots
Expect excellence as standard, giving you the top-quality you deserve every time you stay
What could possibly be better than cozy cabins in the mountains of Tennessee? How about cabin rentals in Tennessee with hot tubs? If that sounds like your idea of a good time then you need to check out our beautiful selection of homes, surrounded by some of the finest natural sights in America and complete with outdoor hot tubs where you can lay back and relax, soaking in warm water as well as incredible views.
Yes, it does snow in Tennessee, but not much. High altitude areas, such as in Alapachian Mountains will get significantly more snowfall than low elevation areas, so the majority of Tennessee cities will only get a light dusting if they get any snow at all.
Tennessee is known for warming, wholesome southern food. Country ham, catfish, and sweet tea are some of the most popular state delicacies.
There are no casinos in Tennessee.
Tennessee is at risk of tornadoes all year round, with a high frequency of them falling at night.
There are a whopping 56 state parks in Tennessee, and 13 national parks, including the most visited one in the USA, The Great Smoky Mountain National Park.