We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Message from TripAdvisor: Condominiums at this property are owned and operated by several different management companies, so quality and service standards may vary. If you wish to book a specific unit or a unit owned or managed by a specific company, please ask about that unit before booking your trip.
This is a really great place to take a vacation. They have live entertainment every day of the week. Plus they have a Elvis interpreter on Saturday night, and Doug Allen doing Johnny Cash and Neil Diamond songs on Sunday nights during the summer.
We stayed at the main building with a poolside room so our kids could be close to activities they enjoy.
Bad decision! The building & rooms are horribly outdated, sub par accommodations including the towels mattresses, sheets. The water smelled of sulfur. The building &...More
We have owned two units at Breezy for over thirty years. we like the easy drive on Saturday with a 4 pm check in. Elvis concert on Saturday night, lots of bars/restaurants to drive to. golf, lakes, walking.
units are getting old and in need...More
Review collected in partnership with RCI
This business uses tools provided by TripAdvisor (or one of its official Review Collection Partners) to encourage and collect guest reviews, including this one.
We only needed one night so was nice we could find a room at the last min.. we thought would be nice to stay on a lake rather than a hotel just in town.. we got a great rate for a pool side room but...More
A group of twelve of us had a golfing package at Deacon's Lodge that included several rounds of golf, two nights lodging in one of the units at Deacon's; along with breakfast, lunches and dinners in the Palmer Grill. The whole experience was great! What...More
That's a tough one to answer, it really changes based on the solar maximums which move like a pendulum over a few years at a time. In central Manitoba where I am from, the auroras can be seen great in the later summer... More
That's a tough one to answer, it really changes based on the solar maximums which move like a pendulum over a few years at a time. In central Manitoba where I am from, the auroras can be seen great in the later summer months, in areas farther from the city where there is no light pollution. Also in the winter months they make quite regular appearances.