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Spring Hill, Florida
April 25, 2012
West Palm Beach, Florida
September 13, 2006
From journal Mini Vacation at Oyster Point
March 8, 2006
Our two-bedroom unit was very nice. This resort is not as luxurious as some, but everything we needed was provided. The living room had a sofa bed, chair, coffee and end tables, and a 27" TV (with many cable channels). The living room opened onto a porch by sliding glass doors. Our unit was on the second level, there was no elevator and we had to take about 25 stairs. The kitchen didn't have a dishwasher, but a dish drainer, and dish washing liquid was provided. The stove was electric, cupboard space was great, the fridge was full size and had an ice maker. The dining table seated six. The light with the ceiling fan was a great idea.
The fan helped with air distribution. The master bedroom had a wonderful amount of space and storage with a comfortable queen bed. The TV was mounted on the wall (as in some hospitals). The second bedroom was also a good size, with great closet/storage and twin beds. There was not a TV in this room. The one bath was standard and very clean. The linens were well supplied. The pool at this resort was lovely. It was large enough and crystal clear, with a good amount of table and lounge chair seating. A few more tables might be nice.
At various locations on the grounds there were park style grills for the guests' use. A lovely little playground for the children and a great tennis court were also available. A laundry room (coin operated) was on-site for guest use, since there were no washer/dryers in the units. The biggest negative was the band at Captain Hiram's, a bar/restaurant across the street. You could hear the beat of the music, even though we were quite a distance from the bar. It ended at a reasonable time though... and was not every night. It looked like a fun place for the younger or more adventurous set, with a sand volleyball court and an outdoor bar.
From journal Attention Boating & Fishing Enthusiasts
March 4, 2004
However, for only $50, we had the use of a motorboat filled with gas to tour the lagoon and intracoastal waterway, which made up for the one bath and no dishwasher. You can usually spot manatees and dolphins in the lagoon, as the water there is only four feet deep there (and about 12 feet deep in the channel). The manatees were elusive, but we did see dolphins. There was a beach bar nearby for our single son to visit – it played great music. There were activities and crafts for kids and adults, from wine- and cheese- tasting to ceramic painting. The pool was heated and lovely, and there was a very cosy hot tub. The facilities were very nice with a large wooden deck and walking path.
The resort was very close to many beaches -- all were free and underused. Parking was free at those beaches too, unlike at some beaches. The resort was close to Harbor Oceanographic Center, Treasure Coast museums, and barrier islands.
From journal Indian River Lagoon with dolphins
October 12, 2003
From journal "Florida in September"
by John Robinson
Simi Valley, California
June 27, 2003
Overall a very nice place to stay. It's about an hour and a half from Orlando, one hour from Palm Beach, and one hour from Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral Kennedy Space Center.
From journal Florida 2003
November 23, 2002
You cannot park your boat on the premises, but the Key West Inn let us park it there with the boats belonging to their clientele. It was very convenient.
From journal Fishing Sebastian-The Flounder Run