Crusoe

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Reviews of Crusoe Hotel, Lower Largo

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Review by bobbie cardwell on 15th May, 2011

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i have been doin judo for 10years now at abbey its great wee club and lots of great people that train at it im coached by walter hes sucha legend and i have collected so many medals within the sport xx love abbey brill wee club ta get training at

Review by daniel curry on 14th February, 2010

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I have been going to abbey judo club for 5 years and I loved it now i'm a yellow beltand I repasent antrim at the RDS.i went to a judo fesestival today it was a because of abbey judo club.I was trained by britsh world champ walter and RDS player andrea bingham. I lernt effective self-defence,disaplin and had fun at the same time. your child or you should have a go.

Date visited: 14 feb 2010

Review by lisa on 19th April, 2009

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i have been doing judo for eleven years now i started off at the abbey judo club (valley leisure centre) and even after 11 years i still go down there every friday night and enjoy it soo much everyone is friendly and they really make you feel welcome whatever your background is.

Date visited: 19/04/09

Review by Mrs Bryce on 10th August, 2008

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Stayed at this lovely hotel with sea view, and harbour view from our room. It really was a wonderful break-away, and our dog was allowed to stay as well. The staff were very friendly, and the food was cooked to perfection. We will certainly be going back! SSh! don't tell everyone or it will get too busy!

Date visited: August 2008

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