Friends of Lucinda’s
Friends of Lucinda’s is our frequent-stay program. When any Friend stays 5 times, you become a Friend of Lucinda’s automatically and one of the nights during your 6th stay will be FREE.
There are no fees to be a member of Friends of Lucinda’s. We keep the records for you. We will let you know when you complete your 5th stay with us. You can immediately book your 6th stay or do it later when you know you will be back in Fair Play. You can book online. If you book online you must make a note in the Packages Box on the reservation form, that the stay is a Friend of Lucinda’s (FOL).
Some restrictions apply and based on availability.
The WALL of FAME is below:
When you complete the FOL requirements you too will have your photo taken at the WALL of FAME and displayed here.
Laura Peoples and Bryan Evans travel “over the hill” from Reno to enjoy Fair Play as often as they can. Since they first stayed with us in 2011 that means they come a little more often than once a year. We appreciate their company and friendly smiles.
Here at Lucinda’s it is not unusual to have some fun. Dave & Amanda Dwyer were her one President’s morning when Daryl decided to quiz everyone about our Presidents’ history.Most chevron except Amanda didn’t have a clue for the answers. Being the teacher of the group she was acing all the answers. It’s fun when you guys have fun.
Amee Gold grew-up as a tall natural blonde in Southern California playing, of course, volleyball. Stephen & Amee Gold are striking, in that they both are tall and make a beautiful couple. But as you can see Amee is now a “natural” red head.
Barry & Sharon Williams join the coveted Friends of Lucinda’s because their friend introduced them to us a few years ago. What a great couple; fun to talk to and interesting things to discuss. “Coming over the Hill” into Fair Play makes for an escape for them worth taking. They too call Fair Plat “their wine country”.
Its exciting to see guests complete one of their goals in life. Drew Cassinelli one one of those people. He decided he didn’t want to weigh 250 pounds any longer. Pam hepled Drew stay true to his efforts. You can see Drew is no where close to his old weight. CONGRATULATIONS, Drew. You done good.