During our 5 day adventure to Pigeon Forge, TN we stayed in a 3 bedroom Cabin at The Eagles Ridges Resort called The Mountain Charm. The cabin was located just outside of all the fun on what I like to call the Strip. Even though you are adventuring into the mountains, you aren’t too far from the fun.
Eagle Ridge Resorts | Mountain Charm Cabin Review
This 2 level cabin had everything we needed for a home away from home experience. Although I want to add in that our home doesn’t have an awesome Jet Tub in my master bedroom, even though I’m not opposed to installing one. I took full advantage of the full-size kitchen when I planned our itinerary to help save money.
What To Pack:
- Coffee Filters (Can you tell I’m all about my coffee?)
- Aluminum Foil
- Non-perishables for snacks or meals
- Shower essentials
- Laundry Detergent & Dryer Sheets
- Dish Soap or Dishwasher Tabs
- Extra Towels (They do however offer free exchanges at their laundry facility)
- Bug Spray (For outdoors)
- Sunscreen (For outdoors)
Groceries. For those of you staying in a cabin, research what stores will be near your cabin. The most popular grocery chains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee are Kroger and Walmart. The prices are typical and affordable, I prefer Kroger seeing as I am already a savings cardholder and the prices are always affordable.
I purchased just enough groceries for us to enjoy while in Tenessee but left the room in our cooler in case we needed to take anything home.
To cut the grocery bill down bring any non-perishables you can utilize in the cabin. I brought my own coffee, pastries, and snacks from home. PS. Don’t forget your coffee filters!
Look Up Your Cabin. The Eagle Ridge Resort offers full cabin breakdowns which include all of the amenities they offer as well as photos. I double checked to make sure my cabin had a coffee maker as well as other kitchen essentials. Each cabin offers something different meaning you will need certain things for one cabin that you don’t need in another.
Cabin Tour Posted On My Facebook Page
My Honest Thoughts
Book The Mountain Charm cabin or any of the other Cabins at Eagle Ridges Resort! It’s perfect for large families and offers that smoky mountain experience kids look forward to. Located outside of all the noise you will find a family-friendly cabin with plenty of space and amenities that will make you feel at home.
I did love this cabin and wood book this one or another larger one with a game room for a future visit. While there are other cabins in the area through different resort companies, I liked the service this resort offered.
What I Loved!
We loved the space and aesthetics throughout the entire cabin. It really did give off the Log Cabin in the woods feel and was really giving this born and raised Virginia girl all country the feels. Every room was perfectly sized and spacious, my boys each got their own room while the girls and I split the Master Bedroom.
The jet tub in our master bedroom made for a good time each night when it was time for bath time. The Fireplace was oh my goodness probably the highlight for me and my son Malik.
It was wonderful to sit next to the fireplace in the morning while all my kids were asleep. I drank my morning cup of coffee in the lazy boy next to the fireplace every morning. It was quiet and let me get that moment of peace before we went off exploring in Pigeon Forge, TN.
Another thing I loved about this cabin was that the management was extremely nice and helpful to this out of town girl. The day after we arrived they gave us a call to check in on us and ask us about our stay so far.
What I didn’t like
I didn’t like the grill they offered, I’m sure every grill is different and depends on each cabin. However, in ours it was downright No Thank You! I didn’t have an aluminum foil to throw over it and didn’t remember to buy any at Kroger, so we didn’t get to utilize it.
I also didn’t like how close we were to the other cabins, although I will give the cabin props on noise canceling. I never heard a neighbor while in the cabin and felt as though we were alone in the woods. So it wasn’t as horrible as someone would think it would be staying maybe 10 feet from another cabin.
I would definitely recommend one of these cabins for your family’s upcoming trip to Pigeon Forge, TN. Not only will be whisked away to the mountains yet still stay local to all the attractions.
Have you ever stayed in one of the Eagles Ridge Resort Cabins? When was the last time your family spent a few nights in a cabin? Do you plan on visiting Pigeon Forge, TN any time soon?