Zero. My issue is not with the condo I stayed in (it was quaint and charming), it is with the HOA who appear to cowardly stand behind a wall (literally) of "don't do this" signs and unavailability. Among many things, they've managed to turn a beautiful and tranquil alpine retreat into something seriously less. There are more signs than trees. So many signs, they actually contradict messages. The HOA also apparently canvases the area to issue cease and desist infractions (for which there are no signs), not because they are in violation of any state, township, city, covenant, property owners, reasonable standard or other legally enforceable ordinance, but simply because an individual (or band of like-minded individuals) don't like something. Unsolicited, current homeowners shared they were "targets" by their own HOA for what's described as the most inconsequential things imaginable. Most legal scholars call this harassment. Under normal circumstances, the law could help, but it's so trivial, why waste good peoples' time. Why case something a self-righteous person can't contemplate?. Here's the thing. These condos are billed as a resort - translation, you have outsiders renting, contributing to the economy, promoting, reviewing, recommending, etc. You have buyers, fixing, existing, making you relevant. In the end, it's the honest property owners who suffer. Renters read reviews and choose - so do buyers, investors, agents, etc. a.k.a. revenue is at stake. Has English Mountain become irrelevant resort. I can only say I will NEVER return and can only express my displeasure for an experience, I feel is a climate that's unaccommodating, inhospitable, unfair, unwelcoming and down-right hostile to outsiders. Shame on you HOA! I would not recommend this location - unless of course, you like subjective, self-serving and bias ideals based on merit-less rules, well this could be your sanctuary?