It was an outstanding experience, from the arrival until the sad moment we left. Being early September we had very nice weather: sunny, warm days that make outdoor activities unavoidable: canoeing, bikes, tennis, swimming…. As the season peak was over, there weren’t any queues or waiting list for any of them.
We had breakfast in the dining room two days; we tried French toasts, “house special” (similar to what they called “American breakfast” in other places), eggs Benedict and omelettes: all were fine, guarantee you won’t left hungry! Although no sophisticated as we expected, due to the “fine cuisine” claim we have read about. Not having dinner though.
The room in the Maplewood building was spotless clean, well appointed, with a very comfortable bed, a gas fire-place, and views to St Joseph Lake (beautiful!). A Jacuzzi and shower in the bathroom, and spa toiletries only contributed to enhance your perception of the place. Both huge in size and tastefully decorated, stayed there was a pleasure. The maintenance of the place (other buildings, common spaces) seemed ok. The resort is not at all luxurious but you feel rewarded being the surroundings so beautiful. I recommend the use of the hot tub they have on the premises, don’t forget your swim suit!More