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Meadowood does not have connected rooms, but it does have impressive suites. The Estate Suite is available in one- or two-bedroom options. It is settled into the eastern slope of Meadowood’s small, private valley with sweeping views of the fairways below and the forested hillsides to the west. Expansive terraces celebrate the region’s indoor-outdoor living tradition and face northwest to capture the full length of each day. Seating allows for casual gatherings, alfresco dining, reading or dozing.
The Hill House, a little hideaway unto itself located just across from the resort’s tennis courts, is also perfect for a family getaway. The Club Suite features a California king-sized bed. The separate sitting area has a sleeper sofa, a stone wood-burning fireplace and an intimate dining table. The spacious bath offers a vanity and a separate tub and shower, all overlooking the fairways and croquet lawn.
Because family gatherings are a tradition at Meadowood, most family lodges feature a large central living room with a stone fireplace, convenience kitchen, French doors leading out to a private balcony and views of the resort’s wooded hillsides. Gather around a roaring fire to play games, watch home movies or share stories.