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candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

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  • [Question] candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

    I am planning a 5 day trip in June with my family and we all have our hearts set on getting two of the new "premier" rooms at Candy Cane Inn. I did notice that it is 2 stories and does not have an elevator. Does anyone know if these new so-called "nicer rooms" are on the ground floor as well as the upper floor so I can plug my ride in at night or does anyone know if they might have someplace I could plug it in each night and then grab it on our way out in the morning? We've stayed at all the Disney resort hotels and a number of the other off site places but we really want this to work out so if anyone out there can offer me any information, I would greatly appreciate it.
    keep calm and carry on...

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    Re: candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

    I know it's "old school", but why not let your fingers do the walking and just call them directly?

    First-hand info is usually the best...

    It's even a free call! 1-800-345-7057

    Or if you're REALLY "old school"- 1-714-774-5284

    Enjoy!

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      Re: candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

      thanks Mickey... you have put me in my place; obviously I wasn't thinking at all. I just went from 0 to "panic" as I frequently do! lol. and thanks for the phone number. :cblush:
      keep calm and carry on...

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        Re: candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

        The only place that I wanted to put you was on the right track to the correct information.

        Your question was more involved than the usual "what do you think about XYZ hotel", and rather than having to sift through guesses and speculation, I've found it best to get your kind of requested info direct from the horses mouth.

        I hope it works out for you!

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          Re: candy cane inn: can i stay there with an ECV?

          i realize totally that you were just thoughtfully getting me on the right track...I called and they have the rooms I want on the first floor so we're booked and good to go! thank you; thank you; thank you!!!!
          keep calm and carry on...

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