We stayed in the accommodation for 2 nights in January. Although the rooms are comfortable enough they only barely make the 4 stars that it boasts. Some points to consider before booking;
Restaurant Rating - 4/5 for dinner
Accomodation - 1.5/5.
- each large cabin has multiple rooms and a shared common area which is a bit awkward, and we did not know this prior to arriving. Had to put up with some loud Americans...
- the wifi is really hit and miss - very frustrating given not much to do once the sun sets.
- check if the entrance to the national park closest to this accommodation is actually open. We were told on arrival that the closest entrance is closed over winter, hence requires approx 18klm drive to the entrance that is open. Had we have known this prior we would’ve booked better accommodation which is walking distance to the open entrance.
- satellite tv reception is very poor
- rooms can be noisy depending who else is around. Try and get a room on the top floor of the cabin otherwise you will hear people moving around above you.
- the roads on the drive close to this accommodation are poor with lots of pot holes. Looks like you’re driving through a slum in some places. They really need to put some money into this as first impressions are very poor.
- the rooms also need a spruce up. We had connecting rooms and the doors in between wouldn’t close properly as the latches were broken. For the price you pay you would expect far better.
- We found the restaurant amazing for dinner (breakfast too expensive at 25 euro per head). All the food was cooked fresh with lots of local produce and cuisine, really top notch and well priced for the quality of the meals.
- Even if you don’t stay here I would highly recommend the restaurant.
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