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Old 12-10-2013, 10:48 PM   #1
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Is there room for an air mattress in a 2 bedroom at VWL?

We have 7 people but we would rather not have anyone sleep in the living area. Is there room for a twin air bed or two in any of the rooms? Is that huge closet big enough for an air bed? (one of the kiddos loves sleeping in walk-in closets.)

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You could fit an air mattress in the master bedroom. We've done it before because we also don't like to have anyone in the living room.
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Old 12-11-2013, 06:44 AM   #3
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We have the opposite. We would have two people who need to sleep in the living room, but don't want to share the pull out. Could we fit a twin air bed with the pull out opened in the living room?
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We have the opposite. We would have two people who need to sleep in the living room, but don't want to share the pull out. Could we fit a twin air bed with the pull out opened in the living room?
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Great. This is good info. Thanks!
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We have 7 people but we would rather not have anyone sleep in the living area. Is there room for a twin air bed or two in any of the rooms? Is that huge closet big enough for an air bed? (one of the kiddos loves sleeping in walk-in closets.)

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We had a dedicated two bedroom in January and it was huge. You could put three or four air mattresses in the bathroom of the second bedroom.
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We had a dedicated two bedroom in January and it was huge. You could put three or four air mattresses in the bathroom of the second bedroom.
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