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We had a wonderful time! Our accommodations were spacious and perfect for two families with children! I loved that there were many options of activities. We will definitely be returning here hopefully when it is snowing! My only complaint was the staff attitude and supplies...More
.The kitchen was well equipped, rooms were clean. Pool is not within walking distance of the rooms. There are steps in the unit but was a bedroom on the main floor as well.It suited what we were looking for.
Ended up in a lower unit. Paper thin walls & ceiling with 15 stairs. I'm 66 year old disabled vet. Went to front desk, was told to call RCI am probably still on hold. Beautiful area of NC. Waterfalls, mountains
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My wife and I had a two bedroom unit at Fairway for seven days during the second week of Oct 2016. After reading some of Tripadvisor negetive comments, I was a little worried. No problem! Our visit was very good, with a large unit, great...More
We cam with a couple in their 70's and they like the place. The place is quiet. There was good internet. There were things to do like hiking, swimming, playing golf, etc.There were few restaurants and we had to get out of the resort.
US$133 - US$256 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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There's a zipline on the Sapphire Resort property called Vordach. It kinda goes across the ski slopes and through the trees. The second line feels the highest. It wasn't super crazy but it was fun and got the adrenaline... More
There's a zipline on the Sapphire Resort property called Vordach. It kinda goes across the ski slopes and through the trees. The second line feels the highest. It wasn't super crazy but it was fun and got the adrenaline going. It was also quite affordable if you're staying at the resort. (There may be a bigger one in Highlands, but it's a good bit more expensive.)
There's no need for a guided tour to hike the area. There are lots of well marked trails, especially in the Gorges State Park. But two books are very helpful, with directions and maps. Kevin Adams "Waterfalls of North Carolina" and Jonny Malloy's "Hiking North Carolina's National Forests." The Malloy book even has maps and two good hikes in Panthertown Valley. We referred to the book a lot.