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July 2014: Regency Brighton and Hove

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Review by Paul Burrows on 6th November, 2010

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Ouiet, comfortable and superb food. beautiful village, a place to cherish.

Date visited: Oct 30th

Review by Freda and John Filby on 28th July, 2009

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We originally booked in for two nights but as the Lodge was so nice we stayed for a further two nights. Lynn and Phil made us very welcome and the breakfast was delicious. We had a room with a balcony but due to the rain we were unable to make use of this and enjoy looking over the wonderful garden. This garden is a credit to Phil. The beautiful village of Berrynarbour was also a surprise. It was so well kept and the array of flowers everywhere awas a delight. We would not hesitate to stay at the Lodge again.

Date visited: 20th July 2009

Review by Brian & Elizabeth on 29th April, 2008

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This is a wonderful place to stay. Phil and Lynn are marvellous hosts and the accommodation and food is excellent. The village and the surrounding countryside are very pictureasque and relaxing. We can throughly recommend the Lodge and hope to return there this year.

Date visited: August 2007

Review by david on 31st December, 2007

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lovely in every way. made to feel well at home. cheers

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