I chose this RCI resort to stay at for its proximity to where my relatives live. I read the skeptical reviews prior to staying here, and only booked two nights- which I am thankful for. This resort is NOT handicap accessible. It was awkward for us to bring our luggage into the room. There were several flights of stairs to our room. The spiral staircase up to the loft bedroom was wobbly and dangerous. If you have any physical disabilities, don't stay here.
No air conditioning; only two simple box fans were available. The room could have been more comfortable to at least have a ceiling fan. (I have been to plenty of resorts over the years, and there was only one other RCI resort I remember in Vermont which did not have AC as well.)
We did not use the stove, but brought our own griddle which we used twice at breakfast, and ate out the rest of the time.
We saw a mouse scurry around the floor in the open family room.
My thoughts are- this inn may be more comfortable in the cooler months.
If you are the out-doorsy type, this may be just the right place to go to. We didn't seen any moose. But I betcha there are some nice places to hike nearby where you can see some wildlife.More
- Free Wifi