What are the guest rooms like at Primland?

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On a recent visit to The Lodge and Cottages at Primland, our guest room featured an umbrella in the closet, along with an ironing board and iron. There was a spacious sitting room with TV and couch and chairs. There was a large dining area with a table and four chairs and a wet bar with a mini bar, Keurig coffee maker with coffees and teas and a very spacious patio with plush patio furniture with a spectacular view of the property, including part of the golf course and the mountains.
 
The bedroom offered a very large and spacious living area with a camel-colored leather couch and two plus chairs and a TV with entertainment counter. There was also a space with a dining table and four brown plush leather chairs. There was also a vanity area in the guest's bedroom and a large work desk space by the dining table.
 
Rooms at this Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel are very rustic; ours featured all dark hardwood flooring, wood crown molding, wooden paneling on the walls, wood tables and chairs, marble and granite countertops, and stone flooring and tiled showers. It was a very luxurious rustic, however. The design style was very well-done and the focus was on natural colors and resources. It was incredibly luxurious in the most natural way. There were floor-to-ceiling windows and doors that opened to a large wooden patio in the living room and guest room.
 
There was exceptional attention to detail in the guest room — everything from the nature- and animal-inspired artwork to the dark hardwood flooring, dark wood tables and leather couches. There was a cut-out ceiling made of dark hardwood inlet with the outside of the ceiling featuring white panels. The light fixtures were very luxurious but natural. There were dark metal bird sculptures lining the shelf in the wetbar/workdesk area and art pieces depicting squirrels in trees. The surfaces were all beautiful dark hardwood, granite or marble. And the furniture was brown or camel leather and wood. The shades were a natural brown bamboo-like shade that had electronic opening and closing buttons.

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