The rooms at this resort have since been made over. However for those with Disney nostalgia, I will still include them for you to marvel at. I truly enjoyed the theming in the Yacht Club side. It had a classy nautical thing going for it. From what I have seen, it's since lost much of it's theming in the makeover :(
Stormalong Bay- Pools
Then there was the lazy river section with inner tubes and bridges to follow your family and friends as they made their way around the circuit. Closer to the Beach Club end was a regular pool and water slides. The large "wrecked" pirate ship held the big slide. If you walked around the back side, near Crescent Lake there was actually a smaller slide for little kids to play on.
It definitely surpassed our expectations for a great pool area. We spent two full days enjoying the water.
As for sit down meals, there is Beaches & Cream, a Disney fanatic favorite that books up months in advance. They serve bugers, fries, and of course ICE CREAM! Captain's Grill was good, as long as you like seafood. I do not fall in to that category so I didn't have a wide selection to choose from. Yachtsman's Steakhouse is supposed to have a very nice spread. Cape May Cafe hosts character meals at breakfast with Minnie's Beach Bash Breakfast and during their Seafood Dinner Buffet.
Overall there really were a lot of options, but nothing exemplary that we experienced. Thankfully this resort pair is a short walk around Crescent Lake to the Boardwalk Resort that boasts many different restaurants and eateries that include ice cream shop and a bakery! You can see some of my reviews of Disney dining in the past which includes a few of these venues.
Quick Service- http://www.sunkissedadventures.com/blog/disney-quick-service-dining
Table Service- http://www.sunkissedadventures.com/blog/disneys-table-service-restaurants
Character Breakfast- http://www.sunkissedadventures.com/blog/character-breakfasts-cape-may-cafe-ohana