Not being familiar with this area, we opted to stay at this resort so that our group would have more room than in a traditional hotel. And it was close to what places we planned to visit -- Fallingwater, Kentuck Knob and Duncan House. Had to ask to be moved from the first unit (#1266) due to bugs, spiders, mildew, awful smell, and lack of cleanliness and poor maintenance. Did not sleep the first night after killing 3 spiders in my room. We contacted management the next morning (we arrived very late the night before) and they apologized profusely and, after I asked to be relocated, offered us keys to view another unit (#1268) to make sure it was satisfactory. It was much nicer -- clean, no odor and obviously better maintained. There were no restaurants, shops or other services open during our stay. It was a very quiet complex and appears to be undergoing maintenance on the slopes and other areas. We ate at "Helen's" which is located at another resort, Seven Springs. This resort appeared to be bustling with activity -- shops were open, the ski lift was running, there were people all around. The grounds were beautiful. We were able to eat outside on the tented deck at Helen's -- close to the waterfall and koi pond. Just delightful! The menu is a bit pricey but well worth the money.
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