We didn't have any issues there - the person we rented from let the gatehouse know and left instructions for us at the gatehouse. We got our hangtag, and directions to the rental unit. Exploring the unit didn't take long - it was about 960-970 sq. ft. and the main area was fairly "open plan". Walking in you could immediately see the kitchen, dining area, and most of the livingroom. A few steps from the dining area we could see the master bedroom, a second bedroom and a small but complete washroom. In the master, there was a second small ensuite washroom with a shower.
|Part of the screened porch (called a lanai here).|
|This is our place now - not the one we rented.|
When we initially arrived at Cypress Lakes, I didn't expect much except a chance to get away from the cold for a month. When I looked up the park online it looked ... like a place for rich people and we are a long way from rich people. I sort of expected it to be populated with people that have a "silver spoon" mentality ... but it wasn't. It was a warm and friendly place that we almost immediately fell in love with, even though we didn't expect to.
|The resort style kidney shaped pool, the building at the back has several rooms, but the windows you see are gym.|
|The lap-style swimming pool at Cypress Lakes. Beyond you can see the shuffleboard area.|
|Cypress Lakes Clubhouse|