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Blue Seal Accommodation

7 reviews
  • Excellent44%
  • Very good28%
  • Average28%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible0%
27 Sep 2016
“Customer Service starts with your front of house wait staff”
20 Jun 2016
“Another cafe review”
    4 Star accommodation
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    Reviewed 28 September 2016

    Saw this café on our way to Eaglehawk neck, and decided to stop in to have coffee and lunch on the way back. After asking if we could have coffee, was abruptly told "we don't do takeaway coffee", which was fine as we wanted to...More

    2  Thank KelLoves2Travel
    Reviewed 21 June 2016 via mobile

    We stopped here on the way back from Port Arthur for Devonshire tea, and although there were no more scones left we had a lovely time. Apparently a Tibetan mystic had stopped by earlier that day, so there was fascinating conversation as well as good...More

    1  Thank GSyme
    Reviewed 30 March 2016 via mobile

    Lufra is the best hotel in the area, only because it is the only hotel in the area. The rooms are very dated and tired. The bathroom in my room seems to have been renovated recently but the room itself looks in need of some...More

    Thank gwerdna
    Reviewed 14 January 2014

    This place had been operating intermittently for a while as The Blue Seal Cafe. Until recently it was the base for one of the coastal adventure cruises, but now it is a cafe and guesthouse once again. We called in for a coffee one morning...More

    2  Thank Ruth B
    Reviewed 5 January 2010

    We stayed in the Eaglehawk Bay Room - great value for a very well presented and cosy room. Water views from the shared verandah (only three rooms though, was never anyone on it) although it is over the main road (traffic is light). The cafe...More

    1  Thank Waddler
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    Australia > Tasmania > Eaglehawk Neck
    Formerly known as
    Eaglehawk Cafe & Guesthouse
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