Out the back door, there was a full size covered deck that was just awesome to sit on and look for wildlife. My kids loved to play in the grassy area right by the deck.
Upstairs were two bedrooms. The first had two double beds and four pillows, plenty of room for my three kids. There was also a closet and a large dresser and a large vanity sink area. There was a bathroom with a shower and toilet off this room. The master had a king size bed, closet area and large dresser and large sink vanity area. There was plenty of storage. Also there was a bathroom with a toilet and shower. Both bedrooms had large windows that looked out the back where the river was. Connecting the two rooms was a cedar-lined room with a very unique tub. The tub was very deep and round with a seat so when you sat in it the water went all the way to your shoulders. It was very comfortable. There was a cabinet here for bath items and a stained glass window. The bathrooms, I must say were very small and not a lot of room for turning in the shower but they got the job done. There was also a small washer and dryer in a closet upstairs.
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San Diego, California
February 20, 2009
Lemon Grove, California
January 9, 2006
From journal Relaxing in the Poconos
January 8, 2006
Glen Burnie, Maryland
January 27, 2005
There is lot to do on the mountain, and it's all close buy. I would say it's a nice place to stay, but don't expect luxury. Also, the one thing I did not like was that you were expected to wash all dishes and put them away, take linens off the beds and take them to the foyer, and collect all towels to take to the foyer, as well as empty all trash... or you would be charged a $20 housekeeping fee. Again, remember that this is not a Gold Crown, but it offers a comfortable, clean, and rustic vacation that can be enjoyed by the whole family. But if you want to get more bang, request a unit that has a hill nearby, because my kids enjoyed hours of free snowboarding and sledding. The resort is rather spread out through the mountain, with people who live there having homes in between, so you would definitely need a car to get around. It's hard to find check-in, so before you turn on Buttermilk, look out for the signs.
From journal Winter Fun at Shawnee - Depuy
May 17, 2004
From journal Week in the Poconos
merrick, New York
February 26, 2003
From journal July 4th in the Poconos
September 9, 2002
From journal Baikal Stories
October 1, 2001
From journal Summer in the Poconos