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Charlotte, North Carolina
September 27, 2004
From journal Tybee Island Week
July 30, 2004
There are two bedrooms. The master has a queen bed (needed a new mattress) and storage on both sides for clothing and whatnot. There is a small closet and a window that look out into the entryway. The master bath has a nice whirlpool tub large enough for two and double sinks. There is also a separate shower stall in the master bath.
The second bedroom has two twin beds, a nice size closet and a window that looks out into the entryway. The access to the second bath is in the hallway, and it has one sink and a large stand-up shower (no tub) in it. The kitchen is a nice size with all the necessities and there is a table large enough for six. Getting back to the windows in the bedrooms, the drapes do not block the very bright security light that is right outside the door.
Other than the datedness of the units, Tybrisa is a great place and the only timeshare on Tybee Island. The staff is very helpful with anything you need. You can ride bikes provided to guests by the resort. There is also a pool and tennis courts. The beach is the best part, and of course it is within walking distance of everything. Tybrisa is a place I would go to again and again without hesitation. I highly recommend it if timesharing is the way you travel. Oh, they have a Low Country Boil for the guests every Tuesday night. The cost is about $6-7 and well worth it. We have met some nice folks from all over the US at Tybrisa.
From journal Tybee Island 2003
June 8, 2004
From journal Tybee Island Vacation
July 20, 2003
From journal lying by ocean
June 10, 2003
From journal Expectation Too High???
January 2, 2003
From journal Tybee Island Retreat 2001
July 11, 2002
From journal Georgian Coast
May 10, 2002
This was a lovely home-like atmosphere out in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. Though the sheep were populous. There was a post office in view of the establishment, as well as a surprisingly excellent restaurant a couple of doors down at the old school house. We did not have dinner at the hotel, as the dining room was closing on Sunday night, when we arrived.
This was the most expensive place we stayed on our trip, but at £38 to £47 per person for B&B, it was still quite reasonable. From this location, be sure to visit Dunvegan Castle and a very small Blackhouse (Colbost Croft Museum), also in this Northwest part of the Isle of Skye.
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From journal Driving Through Scotland