The stay was for an executive weekend and it felt anything but. At 35, I was surprised to be the youngest person there and was treated like a lost teenager at the spa. The spa treatments were wonderful but the spa itself was old and in need of repair and updating. We were told of three different locations that you could and could not eat lunch at the spa - and with just a robe on, getting displaced and walking in-between three floors is not a great solution to a relaxing, private meal. The grounds are beautiful, which makes up for the ho-hum food and stodgy country club atmosphere.
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