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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuehiro Gamagori
This is one of our favorite spots to visit with the family. It's tucked away in a beautiful landscape. You feel like you have been transported to a much simpler yet beautiful time. Surrounded by nature that's only enhanced by the beautiful pool and outdoor hot tub. Golf is great and taking the family out on their carts is an adventure of it's own. The spa has products that don't contain harmful ingredients that many places do use. This is the best staycation that we get to take while out in the NW. :)
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