How to Get a Free Night at Acorn Cabin Rentals

Dec 20, 2013

Chairs on the deck of the Amazing View cabin in the Smokies.

Vacations are never long enough. When you stay in the Great Smoky Mountains there are simply so many things to see and do that a weekend’s visit just won’t cut it. Don’t you wish you could extend your vacation without spending more money? Fortunately, Acorn Cabin Rentals has the answer. With our seasonal specials, you can get an extra night in our Gatlinburg cabins absolutely free!

Amazing Deal

When you rent a cabin for three nights anytime between now and May 20, 2014, you will receive an additional night at no cost. This promotion can be used on any day except for the week of Christmas, New Years and a few other federal holidays. In order to claim this special, use the code 4Free13 when you order online, or just mention this promotion to our vacation specialists on the phone. You can reach us at 1-800-953-5655.   

Are you looking for a longer getaway? Acorn Cabin Rentals also offers a year-round special for week-long rentals. When you book a cabin for six nights, you will get a free seventh night. This special is applied automatically and doesn’t require a code.  

More Time to Do What You Want

With an extra day added to your trip, you’ll have more time to do what you want! How will you spend your bonus vacation time? You can see thousands of sea creatures at Ripley’s Aquarium of the Smokies. Or maybe you would rather spend the day hiking through the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Whatever you choose to do with your extra day of vacation, you are guaranteed to have a blast.

Our Gatlinburg cabins are close to all of the best attractions, shops, and restaurants in the area. With fully furnished kitchens, bubbly hot tubs, and pet friendly options, our cabins have everything you need for an unforgettable vacation. Visit our Cabins page to see all of our incredible properties!   



Category: Gatlinburg
Jason Fishman
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Jason Fishman is a writer and editor specializing in history, dining, travel and tourism. In his spare time, he enjoys science fiction, breakfast food and bad puns.