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Six Lakes, Michigan
February 14, 2005
From journal Nashville Music
January 24, 2005
From journal Fabulous Nashville Tennessee
January 10, 2005
From journal Music City
Newport, North Carolina
December 22, 2004
From journal Nashville, TN
December 13, 2004
There was one bedroom, one bathroom, a full kitchen, and a balcony.
From journal A Nashville Christmas
Sheffield, United Kingdom
September 23, 2004
Our 1 bedroom unit was in block 12 on the third floor and was absolutely beautiful. It had a kitchen area with microwave, oven, dishwasher etc. The lounge area had a tv, stereo unit, sofa, two chairs and coffee table. There was also a dining table and chairs and a washer dryer in a cupboard in the hallway.
The bedroom had a double bed set corner ways, fitted wardrobes and TV. The jacuzzi and washbasin was in an adjoining area and the bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet was separate. Pool towels were provided.
Our balcony overlooked the pool and got the sun in the afternoon.
The resort is huge and has two swimming pools with hot tubs which are open from 8am to 11pm.
There was always plenty of people round the pool, but we didn't have a problem getting a sunbed on the occasions we were there.
There were quite a few activities arranged, my husband's favourite being "make your own ice cream sundae" for $4.
There is an introduction with nibbles on Sunday evening when all the activities and tours are explained.
There are a few barbecues in the grounds, but I didn't see anyone using them.
We were nearly roped in for a timeshare presentation. One of the girls at the concierge desk told my husband they wanted out opinion of the resort and he believed her (bless him) so made an appointment. When I told him what he had done, he cancelled, but we spent all week ignoring the ringing phone and messages left through the door.
From journal Nashville and vicinity
September 9, 2004
I would rather stay at this resort and pay for it than stay at the Opry Land for free. The condo has so much more space and you have buy your own snacks and food and save a lot of money, because at the hotel they are all a bit overpriced. The staff at the resort makes you fell like your're part of the family and you don't get that everywhere.
July 3, 2004
From journal Week in Nashville
June 21, 2004
Our unit was very clean and comfortable. As you walked in the front door, there was the kitchen with an island in the middle. Off to the left was the second bedroom, which had two full size beds, phone, TV, and entry into the bathroom. Next to that bedroom, obviously, was the bathroom. The toilet and bathtub area had a separate door from the vanity area. On the other side of the kitchen was the living room with a sofa and two chairs, TV cabinet with closing doors, and a stereo in the bottom portion of the cabinet. The dining room table was big enough to seat 6 people, and there was even an extra insert leaf if we needed it. The balcony was off the living room and looked out at the picnic area, playground and one of the swimming pools and was furnished with patio furniture, which made it easy to sit out and keep an eye on the kids at the playground. The master bedroom was huge! There was a king size bed, and above the bed was a built in double shelf with mirror above it with dimmer lights. In the master bath was a huge jacuzzi bathtub with a mirror on the wall next to it. There was a single sink vanity with chair, and just off that area was the shower and toilet.
From journal Relaxing in Nashville
by Angel in Indy
May 14, 2004
Fairfield goes a step above other resorts; they added sinks in both the bathroom and the kitchen for wheelchair access. Little things are very important like how nice it is to be able take a leisure stroll with your wheelchair-bound mate. Kudos Fairfield!
From journal Handicap Haven