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This resort is in need of updates and repairs from the outside to the rooms. Washroom tap dripped floor had wide strip of caulking which is coming apart. Windows or something had been leaking water stain and mould. Furniture is old and well worn. The...More
Its not the newest resort in Muskoka but for families it is perfect. The property has many different room configurations from hotel rooms to private lakefront cottages. We stayed in a 1 bedroom suite with a separate large bedroom (3 beds and a crib) for...More
If you are looking for a simple breakfast of eggs and toast in the Dining Room at Cleveland house, you can only have it alongside red breakfast meat. If you don't eat red meat, too bad, you have to pay for it anyway. I requested...More
My sister and I had booked a three-night getaway with our sons...we only stayed one night. As children we had stayed at this property several times. We figure 1981 was the last time we were there. We checked in on Sunday. The front-desk clerk was...More
We stayed at Cleveland's house over the weekend for the first time in a few years. First the positives. Pie, the pizza restaurant, has amazing food and good service - I think it's privately owned. The waterfront is also beautiful, but on the downside guests...More
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A mini fridge and kurig, 2 kcups provided each day. No stove, toaster, microwave or kettle. Equipped more like a hotel room. No way to prepare any food in the one bedroom cottage we had, which I found rather surprising... More
A mini fridge and kurig, 2 kcups provided each day. No stove, toaster, microwave or kettle. Equipped more like a hotel room. No way to prepare any food in the one bedroom cottage we had, which I found rather surprising. There is a lovely coffee shop a short walk away, looking at the water the trail is to your left. Coffee shop is in an old church that was relocated from NS (your trivia for the day!) their pastries are some of the best I've ever had. Did not eat at Clevelands house restaurant, as the eating area looked ill kept.