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We stayed in the Opal Cottage with our two dogs who loved exploring the rambling garden. Great set up in the Cottege, we self-catered thanks to Khan's IGA with nice food and wine watching sunsets that blew us away. The bed is super comfortable and...More
We stayed in the Opal Cottage. The cactus and succulent garden was really lovely, I enjoyed spending time relaxing there while the dog sniffed about. The house was very clean, well equipped with a giant fridge, nice bathroom, comfortable bed and sofa bed. It suited...More
We stayed at Harlequin Cottage witth our two furkids and has the best stay ever at Lighnting Ridge. Could not recommend the ciottage high enough. Yard was excellent for the dogs and the cottage had everything we could ask for. Thankkyou for letting us tsya...More
My family and I recently stayed at this wonderful little cottage and we had a terrific time. The cottage was spotlessly clean and organized. We had a leisurely glass of Red in the afternoon watching the sunset over the gardens. I highly recommend this venue...More
If you go expecting high-end digs you have gone to the wrong place. I imagine some of the cabins in the holiday parks could be of a better standard than the 1 bedroom house we occupied, but as they say in the intro why stay...More
We have two cottages, Opal Cottage has one bedroom with a queen sized bed the rate is $150 for one night, Harlequin Cottage has two bedrooms and can sleep up to six. The rate is $160 for two guests and $25/per... More
We have two cottages, Opal Cottage has one bedroom with a queen sized bed the rate is $150 for one night, Harlequin Cottage has two bedrooms and can sleep up to six. The rate is $160 for two guests and $25/per person after that. The nightly rate reduces per night if you stay longer.
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