Valley Forge Inn
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I just returned from my stay at Valley Forge Inn and was very disappointed. After reading all the excellent reviews and being the #1 hotel of choice I expected the room to be superior. Our bathtub had a nasty cup filled with some green substance , there was mold everywhere and the vanity mirror was filthy. My sister went to the front desk to find some coffee and the front desk attendent was rude. Also the lamp shades between the beds were yellow and very nasty looking. I'm really not a person who expects everything to be spotless and I normally won't say anything that's negative but as for future visits to Pigeon Forge, I definitely will rule this Inn out. However, all other inquiries I've used from this site have been wonderful.
A perfect stay.
Treated like family by the friendly staff. Very clean and quiet. Other guest were terrific. Price was right and environment was ideal for a relaxed family weekend. We WILL be back. The Bike Shop, London Kentucky and Berea Kentucky
Love Valley Forge Inn stay several times
Started staying at Valley Forge Inn several years ago and keep returning the people are so nice the rooms are excellent, always willing to be helpful, always fresh coffee in lobby (that's a very important!)Just wish the pool was 24 hr pool!!!Will return again soon.
The rooms were clean and very air conditioned. Service was great, and loved the spa and both pools. Right in the heart of Pigeon Forge made it easy access to every were in the smokey mountian area. The river in the back is cozy for some night time talk. I just loved the place.
Rooms were clean, people were great. Highly recommend.
The people are friendly and the rooms were SPACIOUS and very clean. Enjoyed it alot.
My family and I have stayed at Valley Forge Inn every year, sometimes twice a year, for SEVERAL years. I have found this to be one of the better "family oriented" accommodations. We have reservations for the upcoming fall and can't wait to go back to Tennessee!
Very very clean and centrally located. My kids loved the indoor pool during the cooler weather. We have stayed there for the past two spring breaks and will go back again.
The room was clean and the service was great
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... was thankfully a lot less
than it has been.
We also met Doug, Heathers husband, who
had been working shift work so we hadn't met him the day before. I
made sausage rolls to add to dinner which everyone seemed to like and
then after dinner we had smores around the fire pit. The kids went in
after a bit but the adults stayed and chatted until after dark. So
nice to be able to stop and connect with people, we all had a ...