A soft hotel bed is incredibly comfortable to sleep in, eclipsed only by a hammock made of Muppet hands. Enjoy a home away from foam with today’s Groupon for a Pigeon Forge getaway from Your Ticket 2 Savings. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get a one-night getaway package (up to a $227.75 total value).
- For $159, you get a two-night getaway package (up to a $326.75 total value).<p>
Each getaway package includes the following: * Accommodations at The James Manor Hotel for two adults and up to three kids younger than 18 in a two-queen room (up to a $99 value/night) * Smoky Mountain–themed gift basket (a $79 value) * Up to five passes (one per guest) for black-light mini golf at the Lazer Port Fun Center (a $49.75 value) * Two complimentary passes to the Pigeon Forge Fun Time Trolley<p>
The capable agents at Your Ticket 2 Savings assemble adventures for families and small groups within Pigeon Forge, an idyllic town set against the Appalachian backdrop of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Along Pigeon Forge’s main strip, The James Manor Hotel boasts luxurious rooms amid a plethora of aquatic adventure opportunities, from an indoor pool and hot tub to an outdoor kiddie splash zone rippling beneath a giant, mushroom-shaped fountain. Guests arrive to their two-queen rooms to find it equipped with a microwave, mini fridge, and pocket-size slow-cooker. A gift basket also awaits, stuffed with a cornucopia of local treats and Appalachian keepsakes. Guests may request a rollaway ($15 fee) to add enough room for the third child in tow or to isolate the family’s late night sleep-kicker. A complimentary continental breakfast fortifies bodies for the excitement of the day ahead.
Attractions in Pigeon Forge abound, and families need only cross the street to find the Lazer Port Fun Center, where blacklights blaze across 18 holes of indoor mini-golf, setting funky statues and undulating bumper lanes aglow. The old-timey Pigeon Forge Trolley totes visitors to nearby theme parks, dinner shows, and outlet malls while accompanied by the ghost of Judy Garland.