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May 30, 2011
From journal Enjoying the Carolina Mountains
July 9, 2005
From journal Week vacation in North Carolina
August 25, 2004
From journal FoxRun Townhouses
Richmond Hill, Georgia
July 24, 2004
From journal Mountian Fun!
Ball Ground, Georgia
July 13, 2004
Could this be paradise? Well, maybe not. But it is what you will find at the Lake Lure Resort in NC. A friendly staff, beautiful, clean, well maintained golf course, pools, play ground, beach, mini-golf, tennis courts, game room, boat dock, club house, restaurant, and world class service. We spend our Christmas vacation 2003 at this resort. On Christmas Eve we attended a candle light service at the little chapel right outside this resort. The locals welcomed us as if we were old friends. We enjoyed a storybook family Christmas. (Even though it did not snow as we had hoped.) This resort was more then we expected and a place to which we hope to return again.
From journal Mountain Delight Extrodinair
The condos were exceptionally clean and very spacious. The layout is a three level home. One enters in the middle level on which one bedroom with two double beds and a bathroom in located. A few steps up and we entered a living / dining room area with a fireplace and a vaulted ceiling. There were two sliding doors leading to a balcony with an incredible view of the mountains, golf course and the lake. The kitchen was spacious enough for us to cook a dinner for 10 without hassle. It was well equipped and left nothing to be desired.
Large glass windows that allowed us to feel like the setting was part of nature, surrounded the dining area. During our stay, deer would come and play right next to our condo, as we ate our meals. On the lower level was not only a laundry room, but a huge master bedroom with a king sized bed and a dream bathroom. The bathroom had double sinks and a glass shower area. Tucked in the corner, and with a privacy wall, was a large whirlpool tub surrounded by mirrors, allowing for an intimate soak or a candle light bath for two. The commode was situated to give privacy, even if a couple was using this grand bathroom together. The master bedroom featured a very large walk in closet, which allowed us to hide the children’s gifts till Christmas. The large sliding door leads to yet another large deck, with stairs all the way to the grounds.
The color scream and fine touches of these units were superb as well as elegant yet comfortable. Beautiful artwork on each floor gave these condos the final touch needed to make them feel like home. The unit was carpeted throughout with a wood floor at the entry and vinyl flooring in the kitchen and bathrooms. The lighting for each unit was set up to allow intimate and romantic settings as well as bright family game night style set ups. The outside of the units are also set up for comfort and even feature a small storage room near the front door. Even the parking lot allowed for some privacy and safety. Our children enjoyed their new bikes with a backdrop of mountains, lake and nature galore.
We cannot praise these accommodations more than this description of them. The Everitt Family highly recommends these condos for a family vacation at any time of the year.
April 4, 2004
From journal Lake Lure
March 26, 2004
The townhouses are exceptionally clean and spacious, and provide all the necessary requirements to make this feel like your home away from home. And even if you only have a view of the golf course from your deck, against the backdrop of the mountains it is still breathtaking.
From journal Western NC Getaway
Grand Rapids, Michigan
August 26, 2003
From journal Foxrun in Lake Lure
April 11, 2003
From journal A week in NC