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Club Lodges at Trillium

Please note: Most amenities are closed in the winter and none are within walking distance of villas.

Nestled within Trillium Links and Lake Club, a private links and lake community in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains, this luxurious wooded retreat is situated on 750 acres surrounded by verdant mountain beauty and a 1,400 acre lake. While staying on property enjoy all that the private community Trillium Links and Lake Club has to offer with two on-site dining facilities, an award winning championship golf course, a fitness center, indoor and outdoor clay tennis courts and an on-site marina with boat, canoe and kayak rentals. Go hiking, trout fishing, explore pristine forests, or just relax by the pool and enjoy endless mountain vistas. To access these expansive facilities, you will likely prefer to drive your vehicle, rather than walk, from your villa to the many on-site Trillium amenities. It’s unlike any other Bluegreen resort!

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Sunday, 17 July 2016 17:54

Shenandoah Crossing

Located on over 1,000 acres of rolling hillside and lush pasture lands with a scenic 60-acre lake, Shenandoah Crossing is the perfect place for those who love the outdoors.

The ambiance at Shenandoah Crossing reflects history and wilderness. The resort combines an old country estate and horse farm, with acres of wilderness in a pristine area that lies just beyond the Shenandoah Valley.

Bluegreen Vacation Club owners enjoy an exciting variety of accommodations. Choose from traditional 2-bedroom to well-appointed 3-bedroom cabins, chalet-style homes, and glamorous yurts. Shenandoah Crossing also features state-of-the-art RV sites with furnished patios and summer kitchens. Some add personal hot tubs and stainless steel barbecue grills.

Luxury Yurts offer stylish furnishings including four-poster beds with plush linens, flat-screen TVs, elegant bathrooms, and fully equipped kitchens, all with central heat and air. Stay in an open-plan yurt with one bed and pullout couch or a 2-bedroom unit, plus pullout couch (see Floor Plans). You'll also enjoy a large wooden deck with a summer kitchen.

Not a Bluegreen Vacation Club owner? You can still enjoy a vacation rental!

Accommodations range from wilderness tent sites and RV sites to comfortable cabins. Plus, you have access to rental space in the historic Manor House.

Shenandoah Crossing also offers a variety of rental options to accommodate large parties, business events, or family reunions! For more rental information regarding your next big event, call 540.832.9400.

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Sunday, 17 July 2016 17:54

Horizon at 77th

Located along the beautiful South Carolina coastline, Myrtle Beach is always a popular destination for family vacations. And right in the heart of this amazing city, nestled quietly in an upscale neighborhood, is Horizons at 77th resort—a relaxing retreat with spectacular ocean views only a short walk away from the beach. With soft white sand and sparkling water, Myrtle Beach is the perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, building sandcastles and collecting seashells. Not surprising, it was ranked the #1 Beach in the United States in TripAdvisor’s 2011 Travelers’ Choice Awards for best beach.

Accommodations include spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom villas. Full kitchens feature granite counter tops and stainless steel appliances that make it easy and convenient to prepare authentic home-cooked meals. Step out onto the balcony and be witness to breathtaking sunsets and sunrises. Other amenities at this resort include indoor and outdoor pools, lazy river and a quiet rooftop sundeck. Myrtle Beach is filled with numerous ocean-side attractions and hidden gems like Broadway at the Beach—a dazzling, 350-acre complex with entertainment options for the entire family. Dive right in Ripley’s® Aquarium or experience all the amusement rides, thrills and chills of yesteryear at Pavilion Nostalgic Park. Myrtle Beach also offers delectable dining options. From fresh tasty seafood to juicy steaks, there’s food for every mood. No matter what you have a taste for, there are so many things to do in Myrtle Beach. You can vacation here for years and years and probably never have to do the same thing twice.

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Sunday, 17 July 2016 17:39

The Suites at Hershey

The chocolate-charmed town of Hershey is a flavorful family attraction, and The Suites at Hershey provide all the ingredients for wholesome family fun. Warm up in the seasonally heated outdoor pool and hot tub while the scent of chocolate lingers in the air, or enjoy the sweet aroma while relaxing in a screened gazebo. You can also gather ‘round the picnic area and grill up a good time.

The kids can entertain themselves at the playground and game room, while adults can burn off their chocolate indulgences at the fitness center and basketball court. You’ll also want to check out the Cocoa Train observation tower and watch the trains chug by carrying cocoa beans and sugar to the chocolate factories.

The spacious, modern suites feature a full kitchen and scenic views of the rolling hills of Pennsylvania. The resort’s close proximity to all the attractions—theme parks, more—is nature trails, historic sites, shopping, restaurants and more – is an added bonus.

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Sunday, 17 July 2016 17:14

The Cliffs at Long Creek

At The Cliffs™ at Long Creek, you’ll vacation in luxury in a palatial patio home that overlooks gorgeous Table Rock Lake. From the canopied king bed in one of the two master bedrooms to the whirlpool bath to the fabulous media room, billiards table and gourmet kitchen—this is the epitome of vacation accommodations.

These elegant and spacious 2-level homes feature five bedrooms and sleep up to 13 people, making them ideal for a family reunion or a multi-family vacation. On the main floor, you’ll find a master suite with canopy king bed, walk-in closet and whirlpool bath; a kitchen with full-size appliances and breakfast nook; a great room with a 55-inch LED TV and dining area; laundry room; covered porch with patio chairs; and a two-car garage.

Downstairs, there’s another master suite with king bed, walk-in closet and whirlpool bath; a family room with a queen-size sleeper sofa, 42-inch LED TV, pool table and bar with full-size sink, cook top, small refrigerator and ice maker; screened patio with dining table; and the crown jewel: a state-of-the-art media room with high definition DLP projector and 92-inch screen plus a theater-style speaker system.

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