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Details & More


  • Complimentary k-cups®, tea bags, hot chocolate, splenda, sweet and low, equal, sugar, regular & vanilla coffee creamer

  • Variety of spices and cooking utensils & appliances - toaster, handmixer, baking trays, pots and pans, crockpot, dishes, glasses, cups, drink mugs, cutlery

  • Complimentary sponge, dish soap, paper towels

  • Fresh towels, washcloths, hand towels, linens and blankets

  • On-site washer and dryer with laundry pods (in-unit)

  • Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, hand soap, body wash, cotton balls, q-tips, disposable razor/shaving cream, make-up wipes, and lotion

  • On-site gym at main clubhouse (open during golf shop / restaurant hours)

  • Large pool situated next to Sahm’s Restaurant and Cabana Bar (open Memorial Day to Labor Day)

  • Unlimited, unreserved parking

  • Gated community with QR code and temporary tag vehicle passes provided at check-in

  • Special check-in appreciation item

Guidelines & Rules

  • Maximum 4 Guests (including children) - NO EXCEPTIONS!!!*

  • Check-in Age 25+, exception for 21+ with $500 deposit

  • Check-in 3 pm / Check-out 11 am **

  • No Pets ***

  • Quiet Hours - 10 pm - 8 am

  • Self - check in with keypad

  • Carbon monoxide detector

  • Fire alarm

  • No commercial photography

  • No parties or events

  • Children permitted 

  • No smoking or vaping****

  • Illegal drugs as specified by the state of Indiana strongly prohibited, including marijuana

  • No double parking (will be towed at owner's expense)

  • Gated community

  • Contract must be signed and copy of driver's license required for check in at least 24 hours prior to check in

*Due to fire marshall laws set forth by the city of Bloomington, Indiana, only up to 4 people are permitted in the condo at any time. Violation of this will result in removal from the condo, forfeiture of remaining nightly stays and deposit. 

** Early check-in may be earlier depending on when the condo becomes turned over and available. Late check-out may be possible but must be requested in advance and you may not be notified if available up to 24 hours prior to check out. 

***Under Indiana's laws on the rights of people with disabilities and the federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), people with disabilities may bring their service animals to all public accommodations, including stores, businesses, motels, restaurants, theaters, and more.

Under Indiana law, a service animal is an animal trained as:

  • a guide animal (for example, a guide dog that assists a visually impaired person in navigation and travel)

  • a hearing animal (such as a hearing dog, that alerts its handler to important noises, like the phone, doorbell, or alarm)

  • an assistance animal (including an animal that pulls a wheelchair, pushes an elevator button, or retrieves items)

  • a psychiatric assistance animal (such as an animal that interrupts self-destructive behavior, reminds its handler to take medication, or calms an anxiety attack with soothing pressure)

  • a mobility animal (such as an animal that provides physical support and balance to its handler)

  • a seizure alert animal (an animal that warns its handler of an impending seizure, and may also protect its handler during a seizure), and

  • an autism service animal (which may interrupt self-harming behavior, or initiate calming touch for a handler who is anxious or agitated).

Under the ADA, a service animal is a dog that has been individually trained to perform tasks or do work for the benefit of a person with a disability. The tasks or work the animal does must be directly related to the person's disability. In some cases, a miniature horse may also qualify as a service animal under the ADA.

Neither the ADA nor Indiana's service animal law includes pets or what some people call "emotional support animals": animals that provide a sense of safety, companionship, and comfort to those with psychiatric or emotional disabilities or conditions. Although these animals often have therapeutic benefits, they are not individually trained to perform specific tasks for their handlers. Under the ADA and Indiana law, owners of public accommodations are not required to allow emotional support animals, only service animals.

ADA compliant dogs are welcome to stay at the condo for no additional charge. However, additional costs may be incurred if there is notable damage upon check out of the condo. The dog must not be left alone at the condo due to HOA rules and regulations set forth for “guest” animals by the community. Additionally, if the dog does not observe quiet hours set forth by the community, you may be asked to leave. 

****Smoking or vaping will result in forfeiture of deposit. HOA rules strongly prohibit smoking in or within 100 feet of the condo complex due to the close proximity of the natural areas and wooden condos.

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