Smoky Mountain Grocery Shopping Delivered To Your Cabin

39a5cfb4d8031c473e9c6256d5191d35_crDid you know there’s a local company serving the cabins of Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge with a grocery shopping service? Now you can have someone pick up the supplies you want for your stay in your Smoky Mountains cabin, without having to go to the store yourself!

The best part? With the pre-arrival service, you can even have the friendly and super-efficient folks at Smoky Mountain Grocery pick up all the items on your shopping list and put them in your cabin before you get there, with cold items in the fridge, all ready for you from the moment you arrive!

Imagine. You pull into town after a long drive, perhaps in tough weather – everyone’s tired and totally ready to get off the street and relax into your private cabin. But you still have to negotiate the grocery store – if you even know how to get to it – and leave the kids in the car or bring them with you, or you won’t have breakfast, or an evening snack, or even something to drink.

Now imagine: those days are over for good. HOORAY!

The husband and wife family business of Tim and Gina Bowers has earned high praise from its customers for the fantastic personal service it gives to visitors in these Smoky Mountains. They go out of their way to make your visit perfect for you. (Did you forget toothbrushes? No problem!)

You can email or fax them in advance, but give yourself the treat of phoning them to realize you’re talking to real people – locals who can, and do, give visitors all manner of tips about how to enjoy their stay here.

For a very affordable charge, the Smoky Mountain Grocery team shops your list for the absolute freshest and best items available locally, and at the most reasonable prices. They know the places to go for the best items, and they try to give you the best results for your stay.

12009704_10153290354551925_4255461494343229753_nThey also have some items of their own for sale through their Country Boy Store – tee shirts and mugs, preserves, candles – and as everyone agrees, you should definitely try their coffee for your breakfast!

Tim and Gina understand exactly what people staying in cabins want to eat and cook, or not cook. They know their way round Barbecue, and they can cater to large groups. They also do lots of different party trays, including special treats for kids – and they have some great desserts. Wedding groups are a snap too, with party trays and drinks for everyone.

It’s common for friends and family to share our larger cabins because the price from splitting the cost easily beats a hotel, and with lots more fun to be had. Food can be tricky with many different tastes, but Smoky Mountain Grocery makes this easier from its long experience with groups and its many party and group offerings.

Smoky Mountain Grocery supplies a pre-arrival shopping list to help you check off the items you want. Remember, all rental cabins have to be scrupulously clean for new arrivals, so you won’t find any food there, not even salt and pepper. The shopping list will help you decide what to bring with you and what to pick up locally.

The party trays and gift baskets from Smoky Mountain Grocery are delicious and beautifully arranged. They even take a pride in how to arrange items in the kitchen and in the fridge. Best of all, they deliver in all weathers, all year round.

So drive on up to your cabin and start to relax. Break out the treats for the kids, or pop that champagne chilling in the fridge, and hit the hot tub on the deck to gaze at the evening stars. Dinner or snacks and breakfast are all ready for you when you need them.

Thanks, Smoky Mountain Grocery!

To enjoy your stay in a cabin without shopping at the store, check out the Smoky Mountain Grocery website, or call 865-366-7261

And to book a cabin with us – Call 855-91-SMOKY – and always keep an eye on our Specials page for great deals!

About Lindsey Stallings

I started with Cabins of the Smoky Mountains at Gatlinburg Falls in early 2014. I love to interact with our guests and help them to plan their vacations. Each guest has a different story, and they come from all over the world. I was raised in Ohio, but moved to Tennessee as a teenager and finished high school in Pigeon Forge. Cades Cove is one of the most beautiful places, by far my favorite place in this area. I try to take time out to visit it as often as possible, especially in the Fall.