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Barony Beach Club

sheilas

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Can someone recommend a good building to request at the Barony. We have an Oceanside Unit rented. We will be traveling with 4 adults and 2 children. Thanking you for any help that you can offer.
 

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There's a Barony map in the TUG Resorts database. Barony has oceanside units in four of the buildings - Morning Glory, Sea Oat, Bayberry and Live Oak. Morning Glory and Sea Oat are closest to the beach; only the courtyard-facing units in those buildings are classified "oceanside" but it's possible to get a very nice view of the ocean if you're placed in a high-floor unit in either. All of the units in the other two are "oceanside" and face the courtyard; they're closest to the indoor pool and Marketplace which might make a difference if you're visiting during the colder months.

{eta} Just remembered, if you're visiting in the next few months there is extensive renovation happening in the courtyard areas up in the gardenview section (the Gardenia and Jasmine buildings) as well as between the Morning Glory and Sea Oat buildings. I'd imagine it could get loud throughout the entire courtyard but you might get a good birds-eye view of all the action.
 
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