The Ridge Top Retreat was a pleasant and relaxing stay for me and my family. The cabin that was tucked away in a nearly completely secluded part of the woods had 3 floors and beautiful views. Each floor had something great to offer. Whether it was the top floor that offered a beautiful view out of multiple massive windows from the comfort of the bed, the second floor with its quaint kitchen, open living room with lots of spaces to seat, a convenient washer and dryer, and the gorgeous master bedroom, or the bottom floor with the pool table, foosball table, and bedroom with queen size bunkbeds. Although the bedroom on the second floor was the master bedroom, none of the others were lackluster. Each floor had a bathroom, except the second floor which had two; one for the house, and a private one for the master bedroom. The cabin also had a personal hot tub and grill in a screened in porch with plenty of space. But the little details are what showed that the owners cared. Almost every detail in the cabin was set to the same theme. Most of the cabin had bear paintings, art, and pelts; while the kitchen comprised of rooster art. But, overall, the whole cabin was decorated like the woods and nature it was surrounded by. Picking places to stay in and around the Smoky Mountains can be a gamble. But the property manager, Debbie, was perfectly helpful with every aspect. There were so many positives and so few negatives to this cabin that we feel like we took another gamble renting a cabin we've never seen, and we won the jackpot. The only real complaint we have is that we had to leave at the end of our vacation and couldn't just move into the cabin.