A Look at The Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge

By: Nick Maglio, co-writer of the Disney Musings Blog

The Wilderness Lodge 
Fort Wilderness Resort and Camp Ground
Part 2 of 3 : The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
In part 1, we looked at The Wilderness Lodge, today, I thought we’d take a quick look at the Villas, the Disney Vacation Club section. The Villas are in a separate building adjacent to the Lodge, connected via a covered walkway. I will be honest, it has a different feel than the main building. Some may prefer it, as it is more quiet, and quaint. I prefer the main Lodge myself.
Still, we will stay here again, as it is a great location, and beautiful in and of itself.

We had a corner room, so out a small window to the left, we had a view of the quiet pool.
I actually prefer this pool to the main pool, as it has bubbling jets, like a hot spring.
From our balcony, a view through the trees of Bay Lake.
In the lobby, a hidden Mickey! One of my wife’s favorites.  
The very cozy chairs next to the fireplace.
A photo of Walt, enjoying his favorite hobby.
In the Carolwood Room, you will find 2 train cars, donated by Walt’s daughter to the Wilderness Lodge. The cars actually come from Walt’s own backyard railroad, the Carolwood Pacific Railroad!
I love maps, and this hangs just off of the Carolwood Room.
Next, in the series we’ll take a look at the Cabins at Fort Wilderness.
This article originally posted on the Tips From the Disney Divas and Devos Blog, where Nick is a contributing writer, and on The Disney Musings Blog, which Nick co-writes with his wife, Barbie.

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