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ROCKY POINT, New York
July 31, 2005
From journal DELAWARE-WATER-GAP, PA
July 22, 2004
The check-in process was quite speedy, and very thorough and our attendant was very friendly. Our directions to the unit were complete and we located it easily. I must say that it doesn't make any sense to me that the door with the card key access was on the opposite side of the unit from the parking lot, but it was only a minor inconvenience.
Our unit was freestanding, so it made it nice not to have to keep the kids' noise level down all the time. Not all the units are like this, however.
The common areas were on the first floor, and the bedrooms were on the second. There was a half bath on the first floor, which made it very convenient not to have to run up the stairs each time! The appliances looked to be fairly new, as did the flooring and carpet. The furniture did not look to be that new and it was not very comfortable. The couch and loveseat were a crate type style with very thin cushions.
There was a large porch with outdoor chairs that would overlook the parking lot but for a few large bushes and evergreens. They made for a nice privacy screen. A cozy place to hang out on at night.
The bedrooms were smaller than we have been accustomed to, but all we use them for is to sleep and change, so it wasn't the end of the world!
The service was efficient. When we checked out the unit, we noticed that it lacked a smoke alarm and called it in immediately. Within 20 minutes, a service person had come and replaced it and tested it, to insure our safety.
From journal Pennsylvania Poconos-Not just for Honeymooners
July 6, 2004
From journal Shawnee-On-Delaware
New York, New York
September 25, 2003
From journal Pocono Spring Getaway
Lawrenceville, New Jersey
July 28, 2003
From journal Summer in Poconos
July 21, 2003
From journal Poconos
March 7, 2003
From journal The Poconos
October 1, 2001
Our unit was a large "C" unit located on the driving range. The "C" units sleep 12, so if you get one, you will have plenty of room. On the first floor there is a kitchen with a full-size washer and dryer, dining room which seats 8, living room with TV, VCR, sleep sofa, and fireplace, and an outside entrance to the back porch. Near the front door is a nice entry area with a rattan loveseat. The front porch makes for great storage of bikes, etc. Also on the first floor is the large master bedroom and bathroom. This bedroom also has an outside exit to the back porch. There is ample closet space in this bedroom (2 large closets) and another TV. Two double beds and two dressers are also here. There is also a nice sitting area. There is a phone on the nightstand and one in the downstairs hallway. A second bedroom, similar to the one downstairs, is on the second floor. A second bathroom is in the upstairs hallway. There is also a loft with a sleep-sofa. Our particular unit (2C) had the loft enclosed to make a third bedroom, but most "C" unit’s lofts are open. The closet in there is HUGE.
My favorite part of this unit is the back porch. It is a wrap around porch with 2 Adirondak chairs and a fabulous view of the putting green, the Delaware River, and the mountains. Trees between the unit and the green give privacy. These units were originally built as permanent homes and later converted to timeshares. Some are still lived-in full time.
From journal Summer in the Poconos