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July 23, 2008
April 27, 2008
Bridgewater, New Jersey
September 16, 2005
The resort itself is great, but be warned that the studio unit has no patio or balcony.
From journal Myrtle Beach
May 6, 2005
From journal Myrtle Beach in Spring
June 7, 2004
Although not right on the beach, it was a great place to stay (the beach was only two miles away). The two pools were very nice.
From journal Myrtle beach Vacation
March 23, 2004
The studio unit we occupied was comfortable, but a little small. The kitchen was limited, but serviceable. The larger two- or three-bedroom units are spacious and well equipped, with most units facing a hole on the course.
Both the indoor and outdoor pools were within walking distance from most units. It was too cool to use the outdoor pool, but the indoor pool was pleasant.
There are no restaurants or food stores in the development, so a car is critical. If you want to dine out, Business 17, which borders the resort, is lined with restaurants and stores of every type. That road is about a mile from most of the units.
From journal Plantation in February
Grand Rapids, Ohio
February 16, 2004
The unit we had was clean, but the bed was really uncomfortable. On the third night, they did move us to another unit, which had a slightly better bed.
October 15, 2003
We did not participate in any of the activities that were offered, but there were many things on the calendar every day from craft classes to aerobics and water exercises. We were able to purchase tickets for shows in Myrtle Beach at the front office. Check-in and out were handled efficiently.
From journal Myrtle Beach in the Fall
June 17, 2003
The units we were in were very spacious and clean. We had three two-bedroom units and one three-bedroom unit. The three-bedroom unit is actually a two-bedroom with a lockout unit.
However, several of the units had not been given a "welcoming" packet, so we had to make several calls to get the supplies we needed like paper towels, dish towels and dishrag, dish soap, laundry soup, etc. One unit was even missing all towels and washcloths! After several phone calls, we did receive them. We had one other incident with a water aerobic instructor that was very humiliating so we reported the incident. The supervisor was on it immediately and demanded the instructor call and apologize.
Overall, the resort was very clean and roomy. The master bedroom in all units had a king-size bed with a Jacuzzi in the main room. Each second bedroom had two double beds. The lock-out unit had a queen-size bed with a queen-size sofa sleeper. Our unit, on second floor, both bedrooms had access to the balcony which overlooked the golf course. The first floor units only had access from the master bedroom to the patio. These units were large enough for us to "entertain" 20+ people for a buffet-style meal. Seating was a little tight but with the balcony/patio access we were able to manage quite nicely.
I prefer a timeshare on the beach, but since we were unable to find one for all our family, it was definitely the next best thing!
From journal Family Reunion at Surfside Beach
June 4, 2003
From journal Delicious Myrtle