From the first moment we entered the resort, with its warm Welcome Sign and fresh, hot cookies each night, my husband and I could not find any fault with this resort at all. The staff was so friendly and pleasant. If this resort was trying to provide a warm greeting, they exceeded our expectations.
We stayed in unit no. 2646A, which is the larger portion of a one-bedroom lockout. It had a fisherman's motif and is very nicely decorated. The well-stocked kitchen had everything you needed, even nonstick cookware!! A HUGE PLUS!! The dining area had a bench seat on one side of the table and two chairs on the other, which seats four people perfectly. There was a desk and chair and a compact washer and dryer on the opposite side of the kitchen and dining area.
The living room had a fireplace, sleeper sofa, 27-inch TV, DVD, CD stereo system, and a nice balcony with table and chairs. Off to the right side was the bedroom. It had a beautiful window view of the living area with the gorgeous fireplace and deer. There was another balcony in the bedroom that offered more privacy than the balcony in the living room. The Jacuzzi was situated behind a half wall with partial privacy. The bathroom was split into two different sections, with a sink in each area. In the second section of the bathroom, you'll find a stand-up shower, lavatory, and two locked doors for more privacy. It's an arrangement that truly sleeps a maximum of four people privately.
Tidbit Info #1: If you want the best views, try to get a third- or fourth-floor unit. The first floor is below the ground's surface, while the second floor is actually the ground floor. I'll enclose a picture so you can get a clearer image of what I'm talking about.
Tidbit Info #2: Each evening you'll be greeted by the "cookie lady" with warm, fresh cookies. We had different cookies every night. A true delight for a good night's sleep!
Results 1-10of 25 Reviews
March 20, 2008
November 7, 2007
From journal Weekend in the Ozarks
January 7, 2007
From journal First Family Vacation Ever
by K BERGER
December 19, 2006
From journal Big Cedar Lodge
March 5, 2006
From journal Rustic Getaway at Big Cedar Lodge
February 23, 2006
From journal An Exquisite Journey in Scenic Missouri
January 24, 2006
From journal Golf Weekend in Branson
Kansas City, Kansas
March 17, 2005
From journal Stress-relieving weekend in Ridgedale
December 22, 2004
From journal Missouri Wilderness Experience