Thank you for your interest in Eagle Property Management! Our locally-owned and onsite company has been managing Cabins and Condos in Sevier County since 1993. We are a full service management company and hope that you will give one of our beautiful properties a try on your next Smoky Mountain Getaway.
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Max guests:20 (sleeps up to 20 adults)
We loved the cabin and the location was super easy to get to from town. Definitely would recommend to anyone.
Very large, but not well equipped
Wireless very, very slow. Refrigerator very small, had to use coolers and buy ice, kitchen poorly equipped (no pitcher for tea, one pot holder, one dish towel, one cookie sheet, one large pot). Furniture in living room very warn out (hard to sit in). Not enough furniture on decks (1 deck had 7 chairs, 1 deck had 3 chairs, 1 deck had four rocking chairs that you could not move to another deck.
Over all, it was very good experience.
Cons : Leaving Room/Kitchen/Refrigerator is small size for 7 BR
No Hot water
We stayed here for two nights and we are a group of 6 couples. This house ran out of hot water both the days and half of the guests had to shower with cold water. Some of the doors don't lock properly.
Not a BIG Bang for the BUCK$$$
The cabin it self was nice and clean, and in an ideal location for a family vacation of 18, but could stand to be updated:
> The couches & beds were soft.
> Having 4 levels should have had multiple thermostats. When the upper levels were comfortable, the lower levels were a little bit too cool.
> The essentials such as toilet paper, paper towels, etc were limited for a cabin with 7-bedrooms.
> The refrigerator is too small for a cabin with 7-bedrooms. We were accused of having too much stuff in the refrigerator. Well what do you expect when you have an inadequate sized refrigerator in a cabin of that size.
> The washer runs fine as long as it is empty.
In it's entirety the cabin and location was great for a large family vacation in the smokies.