We were only 45 minutes from Atlanta and traveled into the big city three times in the week we were there.Best Things About the Resort:We were pleasantly surprised to find the loft area of this unit at the top of a spiral staircase.
The open-air feel provided by the generous windows was wonderful.
A screened in porch was right outside sliding glass doors from each of the main floor bedrooms.
Four TV's were available though we didn't make use of all of them. We were also able to plug our digital movie camera into the TV and watch the video we recorded each day.Resort Experience:Our unit at Fairfield Plantation had just been refurbished - we were only the second occupants. We were very impressed with the accommodations.
The window treatments were unusual allowing for about 180 degree visibility out onto the community lake. The white vinyl blinds opened in the usual way, but also swung open like French Doors or slid like sliding glass doors. Outside each bedroom's sliding glass doors there was a screened in porch which would have been used much more except for the chilly temperatures in early April.
The staff was very helpful as well except for the problem with the dishwasher which evidently "died" upon our arrival. Upon arriving home Friday evening just before our departure the next morning, we found a huge box on our front porch with a new dishwasher obviously to be installed after we cleared out Saturday morning.
Editor's Note: This property was formerly Fairfield Plantation.
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by DAB JJB
St. Louis, Missouri
April 14, 2003
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March 10, 2003
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