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Location and meticulous attention to housekeeping and maintenance are its chief attributes. Many good spots to sit,enjoy the natural beauty and the call of the loon.Nice lounge with coffee,tea and shortbread cookies available all day as are soft drinks,bottled water and bagged snacks in the...More
A peaceful, beautiful, cozy, and charming resort. My husband and I came for a quiet nature experience with modern comforts, and we were blown away by the wonderful staff, the atmosphere, ambiance, and amenities here.
Cabins are very comfortable, immaculately cared for and warm. Food...More
Cabin is quite nice better than expected. But noise did get through for some reason. I stayed in Blue Spruce before and didn't notice the noise may be it is further away from the highway and this time the cabin is right next to the...More
Unless yours is a family with a traditional cottage handed down through many generations, in the heart of the Haliburton Highlands or Muskoka, and which has been immaculately maintained over the years, a stay here will be a completely unique experience, and quintessentially Ontario.
My wife, our golden retriever, and I spent a couple of days here recently and generally enjoyed our stay. Our room was excellent, the meals were good, and the entire staff was friendly. Our one complaint is that this is not what I would called...More
Hi do you have tea/ coffee making facilities in the rooms?
27 May 2015|
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Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I... More
Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I noticed that the owners commented on an earlier review that, being a historic property, the wiring in the cabins couldn't necessarily handle kettles on top of lights and hair dryers without tripping the fuses. The guest lodge and paddle shop are easily accessible, so we didn't mind.
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"We stayed in lodge 25/26 (good for up to 4 people) - on lake and away from road. We didn't find the road..."