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Review by angelette on 11th September, 2009

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Good Points: The uniqueness of a self contained lodge. The rural location and the quietness of the surrrounding location. The benefit of the coast and country vicinity. General review: A very pleasant stay. Felt welcomed.

Date visited: 2009-09-11

Review by Anthony on 31st January, 2009

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Good Points: Wonderful welcome, beautiful surroundings,excellent hospitality, excellent facilities. A real get away from it all place!! Cant praise highly enough General review: Will recommend highly and will return

Date visited: 2009-01-31

Review by Susan on 23rd August, 2008

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Good Points: The staff were polite, friendly and welcoming. The Tamarisk suite was clean and comfortable. All the food was excellent and the facilities inside the bedroom covered all tastes i.e. tea, coffee (latte and cappucino)hot chocolate, lemon tea, de-caff. Bad Points: The Lodge was advertised as a 5 star establishment but there were a couple of points which let this down for instance, the TV reception was very poor, perhaps satellite might be considered. A box of tissues or extra toilet rolls for the ladies might also help. General review: Thoroughly enjoyable with good surroundings.

Date visited: 2008-08-23

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