The family stayed here during graduation weekend at Liberty University. The property was quite beautiful. However, it was far-removed from civilization. GPS is highly recommended to navigate here. The fact that its location is so remote is both a blessing and a curse. It's actually more of a curse if you plan on visiting in May. The on-site restaurant and the swimming pool were closed for the season, and the meager few resort staff cleared out every day by 6 pm. Our unit had obviously been vacant for quite some time. The refrigerator was broken, and so was the privacy lock on the front door. All of the clocks in the unit were blinking as if the power had been turned off. Resort maintenance eventually fixed the refrigerator, but then left a huge mess in the sink, as well as allowed the water to drain out and form a lake in the middle of the kitchen floor. There was no mop in the closet, so we had to use our towels to clean up the mess. Of course, since all staff had gone home at 6 pm, we did not receive new towels until we were leaving to check out at 9:30 am the next day. Leave the cell phones and wi-fi devices at home. They don't work here. Bring an ethernet cable, if you are bringing your laptop. There's only 1 plug in an awkward place, so make sure it's a long one. Price for the weekend was outrageous, based on the amenities offered (or accessible).
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