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Here are the remaining rooms in the Treehouse Villa.
Standing back at the entrance, we are going to take a right. There is a hallway: on the left is the Washer and Dryer, straight ahead is the 2nd bathroom and to the right the 2nd and 3rd bedrooms.
Of the 2 remaining bedrooms, one is a double bed and one has bunk beds. All of the Treehouse Villa 3rd bedrooms are bunkbeds.
Here is the 2nd bedroom:
Next is the bunkbed room. This is a small room and definitely for 2 little ones. One nice addition to the room is a closet! We had a small adult sleep in here and they felt a bit claustrophobic in both the top and bottom bunk. There is a ladder to get to the top bunk. There is also a long list of cautions, dos, and don'ts about the bunk bed right next to the ladder.
There is a 2nd bathroom on this side of the villa.
Typical stacked washer and dryer that you'll find in the one and two bedroom DVC villas.
If you continue straight back to the left of the villa you will enter the Master Bedroom and Master Bathroom.
The Master Bedroom is on the small size compared to other Disney Vacation Club Master Bedrooms. It is dimly lit, in fact, bring a flashlight with you to see in the closet at night. The windows are floor to ceiling, be sure to use the sheer curtain to allow the light in but screen out views from outside.
The desk in the Master Bedroom has the only direct Internet connection. This can be an issue if you have others in your family or group wanting to take advantage of the free Disney Vacation Club member internet access. We tried to stretch the internet cable into the living room to see if we could close the bedroom door, that didn't work well.
The Master Bathroom is quite large. Immediately on your left is the vanity with storage shelves. Unfortunately there is only one sink. I do like the small ledges on each side of the sink to place items.
Immediately on your right is a door which enters a small toilet area. There is a fan touch switch in this area.
One thing I did not like was the tile floor in the bathroom. While it looks wonderful the various sizes and height of the tile actually bothered the bottom of my feet. I would recommend flip flops especially in the shower.
A glass door welcomes you into the shower and tub area. There is a sitting area on the left between the entrance and the tub. Nice touch. The window here is frosted and the natural light was very nice.
There are 2 shower heads, one that is hand held and moveable; the other is a fancy "rain" shower head that is very high up. It takes a bit of time for the water to get through the pipes and out of either of the shower heads. I couldn't ever get the water temperature right for me on the tall shower head, plus, I couldn't reposition it. I ended up using the hand held shower head.
I didn't try the jacuzzi tub but it certainly looked inviting!
In my next blog, we'll tour the 2nd and 3rd bedroom as well as the 2nd bathroom.
Here are some photographs and video of Treehouse Villa #7022. This villa was right next to the boat dock (which was extremely quiet).
Each Villa has a flight of steps to go up (even the accessible ones with ramps).
Once at the top you arrive to your wonderful deck and of course, the entrance to the villa itself.
As you open the entrance door, you walk into the central space of the Living Room and Kitchen.
When you stand at the entrance, look to your immediate right for a closet which contains the room safe, iron and ironing board. The room safe does NOT use a key, rather you can either enter a 4 digit code or use a credit card swipe.
I'll be providing a series of blogs about the Treehouse Villas.
This first blog beings a multi-part series on the accessable villas. Of the 60 Treehouse Villas, 4 are ADA compliant. These 4 are grouped in pairs, #7006 and #7007; #7047 and #7048.
These villas are unique in that each pair shares the main portion of the entrance ramp and then splits off at the top. There are no elevators in any of the villas. If the electricity went out, persons requiring an elevator would be unable to exit.
Each of the 2 villas has a handicapped designated parking space.
The ramp for each pair is rather long. I will first show a series of photographs and then a video so you have a good idea of what is involved.
This is the ramp for #7006 and #7007
Looking back at the ramp split to the other villa.
Here is the entrance ramp for villas #7047 and #7048: