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by Burk Schmidt
December 19, 2004
However, it was getting rather old and in need of a little renovation, specifically the bathroom off the bedroom, as all taps could use a replacement. A new carpet in the dining/living room would be nice. The cleaning could be a little better, especially of the sticky dirt around the door handles. Whoever exchanges with our Georgian Manor Resort in Collingwood, Ontario, is definitely getting a better bargain!
From journal Ski Week in Summit County
July 6, 2004
My father in-law was in golf heaven, they brought along another golfing couple, so they stayed very busy. The lake was great, even in the recent drought conditions, it had plenty of water for boating and other activities.
From journal Weekend at Dillon, CO
May 3, 2004
The only downside to the resort was its inconvenient location to the free countywide bus system that runs to all the ski resorts, which is great because it alleviates the parking hassle at the ski resorts.
From journal Ski the Summit
by Lacey Marie
Hamburg, New York
March 20, 2004
The room was nice, but I expected better. I didn't like the bathroom set-up. There was a since in the room and a toilet and a shower in a separate room. The sliding glass door didn't work to get to the patio, but it didn't matter because the patio was small and wasn't very nice. The unit was clean, but the furniture definitely was used a lot. The kitchen was nice. The whole unit had plenty of room for the four of us. I would give this resort three out of five stars.
From journal Colorado Mountains
July 24, 2003
From journal The Colorado rockies
Blairstown, New Jersey
June 18, 2003
From journal Honeymoon in Colorado
June 17, 2003
Staff was as friendly and helpful as a pit of vipers and the housekeeping left alot to be desired. We found both dirty and bloody towels left in our unit from the people before us, leading us to believe the folded the towels and made up the bed but all the linens were the same as from the folks before us. Truly sickening and disturbing!
New York, New York
December 23, 2002
From journal Colorado's Playground
sandown, New Hampshire
November 9, 2002
From journal vacation in Colorado
April 17, 2002
While we did not stay here, we stopped by for a look-see and wished we had known about this place, just down the road from the Chenonceau Chateau. This charming 200-year old inn is run by the fourth generation of the same family. Due to it's popularity, you will need to book well ahead to obtain a room. Lovely, shaded bedrooms look onto a courtyard. Private parking in a tight area is available to guests. French-style breakfast served in a salon room (If you are not a hotel guest and stop in, you are likely to be ignored as we were). Classic French cooking utilizing area fish and produce star at lunch & dinner.
From journal Lovely Loire - Playground of French Royalty