Say cheese! With an open skylight, our rec rooms make for great photography rooms with plenty of natural light! Whether your subject is a person, a pet, or a product, you'll have the room to make a high-quality photography studio.
There's enough space in our games rooms to fit all kinds of things to photograph. They can also fit a backdrop, so you can get the perfect background for the focus of your camera.
It doesn't matter if you've got a top-of-the-line camera and backdrops, or just your phone and some filters, our rooms are a great place to get the perfect image.
Not at all! Popular definitions of a games room refer to it as a general recreation room for enjoying hobbies. This can include games, but is by no means limited to them!
The games room has an en-suite shower and bathroom attached so they're easy to access while you're enjoying hobbies. There's also a fridge included to store food and drinks.
In a general sense, everybody! Here specifically, it is ideal for people who have booked a time share with us for longer than 4 weeks, as they will get the most out of a dedicated recreation space
A games room is a separate room dedicated to hobbies, games, and other casual activities. The term has a variety of different names, including recreation room (or rec room), rumpus room, or ruckus room.
Many types of rooms come under the banner of a games room, with home cinemas, dens, and man caves being considered as types of games rooms. Our games rooms are offered to people entering into a timeshare with us for more than four weeks as a separate, dedicated area for them to enjoy their hobbies or games in a space separate from the cottage. This space can be used for general entertainment purposes, pursuing hobbies, or other general recreational activities, as fits under the definition of a game room.
A recreation room (also known as a rec room, rumpus room, play room, playroom, games room, or ruckus room) is a room used for a variety of purposes, such as parties, games and other everyday or casual activities. The term recreation room is common in the United States, while the term rumpus room is common in Australia, New Zealand and Canada; in the United Kingdom, the preferred term is games room. Often children and teenagers entertain their friends in their home's rec room, which is often located in the basement, away from the main living areas of the house.