Deer Park 45
Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was spotless. I was more than happy with the location. I was somewhat dissatisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I do not recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: Deer Park is an attractive, well managed facility. unit 45 is not a semi-detached house as are the 2-3 bedroom units which were functionally and attractively laid out. #45 is an apartment in a multiple unit building. It is on the lower level and overlooks a lovely pond. The unit is below grade, in the basement level. It would help if the code to the back door of the building , the door leading to the the parking lot were given to the tenant. Without the code to the side door, a guest must walk back up to the street level from the side parking lot and around to the front door of the building -- a long, cold journey, especially at night and if you have a young child. The unit is underfurnished. Feels bleak and out of date with a mauve and dark blue color scheme and faux-country mass produced sofa and chair. A couple of random posters form tag sales are the wall decor. The bed linens and blankets are scruffy and pilled. Not attractive. The forced air heat is not kind to skin or noses or throats. Some humidification is suggested for health The bed less than comfortable with an open-work scroll of bamboo making it impossible to sit up in bed to read or watch TV. Oouch!, Maybe a foam mattress topper might help, too. The low-wattage fluorescent lighting is not color corrected enough and is very dim, prison-like. Bring your own towels, both bath and swim. The Deer Park Rec center is right next door. It is clean and well run. There's a work out center and a racquet ball court, a small arcade and an activity room great for teens and preteens. One exception, the pool needs more maintenance. It was not being treated enough to keep up with the numbers of swimmers. It was cloudy!!! Yuck. Pool water should be clear and sparkling. Its not like folks were drenched in sunblock and lotions, but even then resorts keep the pools up to public health standards. I seriously doubt the Deer Park pool meets public health code. It was disgusting, truly.

January 2009
D0045- Managed by Loon Reservation Service - NH Meals & Rooms Lic# 056365
D0045- Managed by Loon Reservation Service - NH Meals & Rooms Lic# 056365
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