Measuring 500 square feet (45 square meters), this room opens to a balcony. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and the DVD player and TV with cable channels are offered for your entertainment. The in-room kitchen includes a full-sized refrigerator/freezer, a stovetop, and a microwave. The private bathroom has a shower/tub combination, as well as complimentary toiletries and a hair dryer. A sofa bed, a washer/dryer, and a separate dining area are among the conveniences offered. This room is Non-SmokingClose
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This property is good for visitors who want a condo-style apartment in a quiet, rural area east of Gatlinburg. It is obviously best for golfers (we weren't golfing), but non-golfers will appreciate the modern and quiet facilities. Nothing extraordinary about this place -- we've found the cabins across the road at White Oak to be vastly superior -- but you could do a lot worse in the area.
This resort is about 8 miles east of Gatlinburg. We stayed in a one bedroom deluxe which is about 850 square feet. You have a deck and screened in outside dining area with mountain view. There was a large bath with garden tub and separate shower. The kitchen is well- equipped with Cuisinart small appliances. Our unit also had a washer dryer. The standard one bedroom is a lock-off with a view of the parking lot and wooded area. The two bedroom units have a view of the golf course. Although you are several miles out of town you can easily get to Gatlinburg. There are two entrances to the Great Smoky Mountains National Forest nearby- Cosby and Greenbrier. Using backroads you can get to Dollywood without going through the high traffic areas. The only problems we encountered were a mattress that needed to be turned and a hot water heater not set high enough. The golf course is nice, but we did not try the indoor pool. There is also an outdoor pool in season. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful!
Prince George, Virginia
We used Diamond points to stay here. Would have preferred a two bedroom, but I assume they reserve many of those for paying guests as we reserved 5-6 months in advance and did not have that option. Friends who paid to stay got a two bedroom after us without a problem. This is located about 15+ minutes from downtown Gatlinburg which was fine as we knew that in advance. We just drove in everyday. The rooms were clean, but not the most modern. The grounds were simple but nice....relaxing views. The toilet seat was screwed on uneven which continuously got under my skin, but I didn't even report it (didn't want to be inconvenienced by being tied to the room waiting for maintenance). We dodged the timeshare presentation offers. They are persistent, but avoid eye contact, don't answer the phone and be weary of teaser gifts that entice you into a conversation. We have become pro's. One disappointment was that they don't have a 24hours lobby i.e. no early access to the gym and no early morning work-outs.
My wife and I played this course earlier this week. It is a beautiful piece of property with nice views of the mountains. We also loved the creek running through the course and in play on many holes. However, the course condition was horrible. The greens were shaggy and felt like we were putting on fairways. Also, it seems like the design shoehorned some of the holes into a small space. The staff was very nice, which helped our overall experience. Check the conditions before you go and don't have high expectations.
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