$32/night - Per Person*
Starting at $90 for up to 3 people
Weekdays (Sun. – Thurs.)
$35/night - Per Person*
Starting at $105 for up to 3 people
Weekends (Fri. – Sat)
Cabe Cottage is our larger cottage, has some amazing vantage points, and can sleep up to 8 people. 2 King beds can be made with conversion straps upon request in place of the twin beds. With a full screened in porch, fireplace, and den area, Cabe is ideal for families and small groups. Cabe’s screened-In porch connects to Hodge Cottage for easy access for your group.
One of our favorite places for small groups. The views through the windows of Cabe Cottage are some of the best on the property.
- 4 Bedrooms / 2 XL Twin Beds (2 King conversion straps available)
- 2 Accessible Bathrooms & 2 additional sink/dressing areas; located between each of the two accessible bedroom areas
- Screened-In Deck Connects To Hodge Cottage
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- Living Area
- Dining Area (large enough to serve guests from both Cabe and Hodges Cottages)
Directions to Cabe Cottage: When you pass the Mount Eagle office (log house) stay on Beal Road for approx. 1/4 mile. Turn left onto Nawake Circle. Cabe will be first on your right as you turn into the circle.
The Earth Is The Lord’s
The 2008 General Conference reaffirmed its commitment to care for creation and reduce the carbon footprint that United Methodists are making. Camp & retreat centers were noted as sources for education and practice of earth stewardship. Mount Eagle has long been participating in such an effort and now more than ever, invites and urges our guests to work with us. We are working hard to reduce our carbon footprint through recycling and conservation.
Energy Saving Lighting
We utilize energy saving lighting & energy star appliances in our facilities.
Please turn off lights when not in use, operate heat and air conditioning on their recommended settings by each unit control in the buildings.
We Only Use Recycled Paper Products In Our Facilities & Want You To Do The Same.
Please turn off lights when not in use, operate heat and air conditioning only when really needed & set thermostats at recommended temperatures: 68 in winter; 73-75 in summer.
Not Thrown Away
We attempt to compost or recycle everything we use so we can help keep the landfills smaller. Please use items that can be recycled such as clean cardboard & paper, rinsed steel & aluminum cans, and #1 & #2 Plastic.
We are moving towards using only environmentally friendly cleaning supplies.
We Buy As Many Of Our Products Local to Help Alleviate Fuel Exhaust
Reusable is Best
We buy reusable products and stay away from disposable. We ask that you use our “Clothes-pin” napkins and other reusable products during your stay with us.
Drops In The Bucket
We are working hard to leave a Zero-Carbon footprint through recycling and conservation. Please help us by minimizing water consumption during your stay. We are doing our part to help the planet.