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Stayed in a very large 2 bedroom condo unit with two levels. Large master bedroom loft overlooks the living area. Nice deck off the master, large whirlpool and plenty of closet space. Main level kitchen, dining and living areas were large and kitchen is well...More
We love staying at Whitebirch at Breezy Point! We love the area and all of the units are roomy and private. The nearby restaurants and shopping is great. It really feels like a vacation when we stay there.
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We attended a conference here and thus stayed on the grounds. The rooms could use some updating. There are no usb ports to charge electronics and our room had issues with water pressure, toilets running, and faucets not fully shutting off unless a lot of...More
Breezy point did comp my room along with all the rest☺️. Thank you! One thing they do have that I very much enjoyed was real pinball machines. Not something you can find very often anymore. Their dockside restaurant has a limited menu but the food...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.