Massanutten's Mountainside Villas
2 rentals: $68 - $136 per night
points/credits from $0/ea
2 exchange weeks
see details below
Tucked within the Shenandoah Valley, Mountainside Villas offers outdoor activities to suit your every vacation whim. During ski season, which runs from mid- December to mid-March, skiers will be thrilled with the ski area's 1,195-foot vertical drop. In summer, golfers will enjoy two courses, putting green, driving range, and pro shop. The recreation complexes offer both indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, hot tubs, racquetball, fitness equipment, and saunas. Fishing ponds, volleyball, and an playground area are on site. The two-story townhouse design offers spacious units which have been recently refurbished. This mountain destination really puts you in touch with nature.Massanutten's Mountainside Villas
4082 Peak Dr.
McGaheysville, Virginia 22840
- Children's Pool
- Conference Facilities
- Downhill Skiing
- Health Club
- Indoor Pool
- Internet Access
- Laundry Room
- Live Entertainment
- Outdoor Pool
- Ski School
- Snack Bar
- Grocery Store (8 miles)
- Horseback Riding (3 miles)
- Medical Facilities (17 miles)
- Shopping Area (15 miles)
- User: edrinaallen
- Posted: Oct 17, 2003
- Updated: Jul 20, 2014
This is my home resort. Ive owned there for 23 years! We live nearby and go up on the special deals thru RCI and Thanksgiving. My family loves it. Summers and Winters are great. The fresh air is exhilarating!
The mountain villas are the greatest, because you can take many family members and still have privacy. The atmosphere of the villas entice you to relax. Huge dining room. My granddaughter played on the loft, watched TV in her bedroom while we played games at the dining room table and my husband relaxed and watched sports in the living room. we split our vacation, went to Va beach first and then to the mountains. GREAT!
- User: markw369
- Posted: Mar 3, 2012
The Mountianside villas are very spacous and are located near the golf, putt putt, go carts, ski lodge, tubing, pools, and tennis courts. The units have been updated with flat screen TV's and new applicances in the kitchens. We were able to sit on the back deck and have breakfast and could see deer come right up to the railing. My kids love this place. There is a water park on site that is awesome. During the summer it has an outside area with a wave pool, giant slide, water obsticle couse, and other stuff.
We will never forget this place. It was one of the best family vacations ever.
- User: ckokinda
- Posted: Sep 13, 2010
Just completed a week at the Mountainside Villas on a timeshare trade. These units may be the oldest but they are by far the largest units I have ever encountered. It is like being in a townhouse with 2 bedrooms and a sleep loft on the upper level and a huge second bath with sauna and jacuzzi tub on the lower level. the unit was tastefully decorated in the cozy, mountain theme. the kitchen and dining room was huge and there was a flat screen tV near the electric fireplace. Deer came right up to your back door. tons of activities at the resort and wonderful places to visit each day (Luray Caverns; Monticello; Cross Keys Vineyard , magnificient on the top of a hill nearby; lavendar farm with petting zoo; ziplines, etc. We are Marriott owners so our standards are high. Only negative on Mountainside villas is steep stairs to unit at top of the hill but you can drive up and park on the side to unload luggage. When we go back to Massanutten we will choose Mountainside Villas for the space and location as they are close to most resort amenitites.
- User: garyh184
- Posted: Jan 10, 2009
This review has nothing to do with the Ski resort itself or the area, both of those and especially the ski resort employees deserve a 5 star rating. This review is concerned with the Mountainside Villas 7 day unit which we traded for. I just returned from a seven day stay in unit #81 and I can only say that it did not even begin to equal what I traded for at all.
The units are large but very old, probably built AND furnished in the late 1970s or early 1980s. The televisions and furnishings look like something I would expect to see in a Motel 6 from either of those time periods.
THERE IS NO WASHER OR DRYER IN THE "VILLA" You must drive down the mountain or drive back up to the check in office to use a pay per use laundry room.
And if that's not enough of a surprise for you wait until you see what happens when you cook on the stove. We went all week wondering why the whole place filled with smoke when we cooked, after about the third time this happened I looked in the cabinet above the microwave and found that there was NO VENT TO THE OUTSIDE! Yes that's right, our cooking smoke was being sucked up into the microwave intake and being blown right back into our faces.
When I brought this to the attention of the Villa Management, I was left with an installation sheet from "Maintenance" and a note stating that due to the age of the units, the method they chose to install the microwave and range was the "recirculating" or "ductless" method. I doubt they have ever experienced the "recirculating " method of exhausting cooking smoke in their own homes.
The bathrooms had been overlooked for some time. There was significant mildew in the showers and soap rings in the bathtubs although there was a serious looking woman riding around in a golf cart all day long looking like she was supervising someone doing something. However, I doubt that it was anything more than changing the sheets on the bed and replacing the towels.
Needless to say, I am very disappointed with these accommodations and the way they are being marketed as a close to even trade with other timeshares. In my opinion they should not be marketed at all until they are renovated.
- User: suzannes83
- Posted: Jul 3, 2008
We went the last week of May and the weather was beautiful- muggy & hot, then rain, then clear and cool, and more rain with thunderstorms at the end of the week. It was a great variety to enjoy all of the amenities. The lakes for fishing and the parks for small children were wonderful anytime. We chose the hottest day to do the grass slide, but it was still fun. Miniature golf is good. The multiple caverns are amazing as well as the Skyline Drive through the Shanendoah Forest. The kiddie pool was perfect for our small kids- we did not even bother with the water park since they are babies. There was enough to keep us busy for a month!
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