My wife and I stayed with our three teenage daughters at the Bluegreen Falls Village over a recent 4-day weekend (late October). We had one one-bedroom suite plus an adjoining studio room for the girls. The units we had shared a common entryway that also enclosed a utility closet with full-size washer-dryer.
Our one-bedroom condo was clean and quite spacious and was obviously designed for access for those with disabilities and/or wheelchair use. The only 'cramped' area was the tiny corner-style shower stall in the master bath. Off-setting that was a huge two-person jacuzzi bath in the master bedroom. The furnishings in general were on the low-end side but functional with the exception of an extremely uncomfortable sofa (for sitting, at least - it was a sleeper-sofa). There was, however, a nice large flat-screen TV in the living area and a smaller one in the bedroom and the studio.
The bathrooms and kitchen were clean and well-stocked (only one night's worth of coffee supplied, but we bought our own so that wasn't an issue). Kitchen was surprisingly well-appointed with coffee-maker, microwave, blender - the works! Refrigerator had an icemaker that worked well. Plenty of towels and extra toilet paper and such. Of course being a condo there was no daily maid service so you're using the same linens your entire stay, but so what? At the end of your stay you strip your own bed and pile your towels in the bathroom and take out the trash - a small price to pay IMO.
Although the unit was a little difficult to locate, in the end it was a great location - far enough away from 'The Strip' to be nice and peaceful, but close enough to get to just about anything pretty easily. To give you an idea, it is on the south-west side of town just off of Hwy 165 and about a mile south of the 'Yellow Route' (Green Mtn. Dr.). There was a convenient Sonic just up the street, and also a little shopping mall that had a fantastic Japanese-style restaurant (Shogun Steak & Sushi - recommended!) and also a Shorty Small's just to the south. Just north on 165 is the Yellow Route, and a little further north is the Hwy 76 'Strip' - east to Branson proper and west to Silver Dollar City. So overall a very good location, depending on what you're there to do.
My main complaint about this property besides the somewhat cheesy furnishing and spartan decor is the noise from adjoining rooms. We were on the lowest floor and could hear the slightest footsteps from the room above us. I'm sure the folks above weren't 'stomping around', but any walking around was heard loud and clear. Depending on how many people are in the room (I think I saw 5 people going in there once), it gets pretty noisy. Just be aware. And as someone else mentioned the heating & air unit wasn't exactly 'whisper quiet' - more like an airliner taking off. We used both the heat and the A/C while we were there and were able to stay comfortable - I'm sure being on the bottom floor helped in that regard.
The complex also had other amenities that we didn't use during our stay, such as a mini-golf course, sports court, pool tables, playground, etc. Overall a nice place with lots of large trees/shade and as I said fairly secluded.
I'd recommend this facility, with a caveat about the noise. Good value for the money.
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