Our unit was a 1 bedroom on the second floor with a full kitchen, which was ok in size and amenities for 2 adults and 2 kids. However, the furniture is shabby, the sofabed was awful and the kitchen really just a small area in the living room and difficult to use. If you do want to cook, its a good idea to bring spice packets, condiments and other non-perishable basics from home so you don't have to buy full sizes upon arrival. The nearby grocery stores are decent as are the many family restaurants. The pool is outdoor and only open in the summer.
It is a short drive to Colonial Williamsburg which the kids liked a lot, especially on Thanksgiving with the traditional food. Other days we enjoyed the historic taverns with the group games and songs. The 1 hour drives to other living-history sites were only worth doing because we had plenty of time and knew we wouldn't be back in the area again while the kids were still young enough to be interested. More valuable, for us, was the 2 hour drive to D.C. to spend a long day exploring the Smithsonians. I didn't know that even the zoo was free! We packed snacks and lunch at the condo, drove up and parked at a Metro stop and zipped around all day on the excellent public transit system. Tons of fun!
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