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Condos for a northern-centered trip that include breakfast
Last Post 02-08-2012 08:00 PM by K C Connors. 8 Replies.
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12-26-2011 11:24 PM
    I've been considering 3 places for our north-centric trip: Legends, Caribbean and Barefoot Yacht Club.  The first two are a bit out of the way considering all of our courses are up north and we're flying in/out of Wilmington.  The latter doesn't include breakfast, which is apparently important to some of my group-members.  (I know, I know - there are no shortage of places to get breakfast - but I'm trying to be a benevolent dictator type of trip leader rather than a tyrant).

    Are there any condos up north that include breakfast?  All our courses are right along the NC/SC border.
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    12-27-2011 01:03 PM
    I can't think of any condos up north including breakfast...Barefoot does have a buffet in the clubhouse...last time we stayed at BF we just went across the street to Cracker Barrell...worked well for us...cheap fast decent and didn't leave 17 so no wasted time...maybe some hotels up that way will include breakfast...good luck have fun...
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    12-27-2011 02:15 PM
    For all NC/SC border courses, it doesn't make much sense to stay at Legends or Caribbean, unless nightlife is important. I am not positive, but I think the breakfast at Legends is included with golf, rather than the condo.

    For places like Glens and Sandpiper, you can find a place on the way to the course.

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    12-28-2011 07:12 AM
    The breakfast question is for Brian.. But that used to be an option with a Conddo, but since the Youngs lost the golf, the condos are seperate.. but you can opt for range balls with the condo and you do check in at the Legends club house so that may still be an option.. There seems to be good connection still between golf & condos..
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    12-28-2011 07:43 PM
    We have stayed at Sandpiper Bay and the Glens several times. Always enjoyed both since we play mainly the northern course. Several good breakfast places and nicely priced.
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    12-29-2011 10:12 AM
    Can't think of anyplace north that does that. We stayed in Sandpiper Condos and they had a very good and cheap breakfast special each morning at the clubhouse. You might check oceanfront accomodation in Cherry Hill/NMB area. Avista has a breakfast....Prince Resorts in Cherry Hill. 
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    12-30-2011 06:55 AM
    I'm remembering that Myrtlewood has a breakfast buffet & there are condos there.. No idea if there is a deal when yoou stay in the condos.. and it is North of 501 anyway.. so I guess this input qualifies for this thread..
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    01-03-2012 02:36 PM
    Ocean Creek right accross from Barefoot used to be a good place to stay, don't know anymore though.  They have a variety of different accommodations which I think the best are the Garden Homes.
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    02-08-2012 08:00 PM
    With the completion of Rt. 31 a few years ago, the distance from hotel/condo to course has been rendered a little more irrelevant than in years past. The condos at the Glens worked for us a few years ago and b'fast was at Heather Glen GC (don't know if they still do that, though - check for current policy).

    The oceanfront executive suites at Caravelle are high-rise condos (we put 2 in a suite meant for at least 3 or 4) and have an on-site breakfast option available for about $8 per day per person.  Easy access to Rt. 31 for golf and a TON of decent restaurants within minutes for dinner. Check with Brian and he can set you straight.

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