We picked this resort because it was a nicer property close to the Boy Scout Jamboree. The setting is amazing, hidden among rolling wooded hills, truly beautiful. We stayed at a “Manor House” room (not in the main building). The room was large, clean and looked brand new. We had the typical internal door opening into another room, but to our surprise it was not the usual double door, meaning we could walk into the other room as we pleased. The other room looked like some sort of common area with a kitchen and living room, but no one at the front desk said if it was a common room or part of someone’s room. And, with only the one door separating us from this area there was no soundproofing. The morning of our last day, at 8am, we were woken up by a worker using a circular saw, or sander, in the common room; not a very nice way to wake up. There are plenty of activities, we did some horse back riding and used the pool, both of which were very pleasant. The breakfast, included in the rate, was nothing different than a mid range hotel buffet. Dinner at the Glades Grill was good, but expensive for what we got. The bar food was bar food, but the atmosphere was awful, with too many TVs, and lighting that could have worked in a business office, i.e., not very relaxing. On the positive side, the bar tender poured the biggest glasses I’ve ever seen, almost a half bottle of wine per glass, and the people working at the restaurant, bar, front desk, and equestrian center were the friendliest people you could ever meet.