The Morar Hotel

The Morar Hotel

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Recently taken over and substantially refurbished, one of Scotland's most historic hotels, the Morar Hotel is a friendly family-owned Edwardian mansion house on the romantic 'Road to the Isles', 3 miles from Mallaig, the Southern Gateway to the Isle of Skye. Commanding breathtaking views of the famous Silver Sands of Morar and the Inner Hebridean islands of Rum & Eigg, its panoramic views and comfortable accommodation have made it the perfect coastal escape for many years. Built in 1902, originally as the Station hotel, it is only metres from the train station. Now a modern character hotel with wifi and satellite TV and open to the public, it is only 50 minutes from Fort William by the new road, or an hour by scheduled train services or in the summer by the special Jacobite Steam Train, as featured in the Harry Potter films. The overnight service from London (Euston) leads to Morar Station opposite the hotel and car hire is available in Fort William or Morar.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Wifi
Bar / lounge
Restaurant
Breakfast available
Wine / champagne
Non-smoking hotel
Room features
Flatscreen TV
Room types
Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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3.0 of 5 stars
HOTEL STYLE
Mountain View
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Columba Rd, Morar, Mallaig PH40 4PA Scotland
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3.5 of 5 bubbles632 reviews
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The Morar Hotel garners accolades for its welcoming atmosphere and comfortable accommodations, with guests often mentioning the picturesque setting and newly refurbished areas. Service at the hotel is highly regarded, with staff members receiving praise for their exceptional attentiveness. While the rooms are celebrated for their cleanliness and views, some guests have pointed out maintenance issues. The value is generally appreciated, especially for meal deals, though opinions on breakfast pricing vary. Its prime location near Mallaig and the ferry is a highlight, as are the praised amenities and dining options.
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Inviting
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Comfortable
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Reasonable
Cleanliness
Mixed
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Attentive
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Judith Pullar wrote a review Sep 2021
Edinburgh, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We wanted to stay somewhere in the area with another couple as had friends staying at nearby campsite. Post lockdown there was very little /no availability at all and what there was was quite expensive. Morar hotel had 2 available rooms for the week we wanted, quite expensive at £177 per night ( inc breakfast ) per room , but we grabbed it as otherwise would not have been able to go there.
Room was very comfortable and had the most amazing view over the Bay.
The hotel itself is quite tired and in need of an upgrade if it is to match its 3 star rating.

Plus points
Fantastic location to explore by bike or car nearby beaches and remoter coves. The remoter coves you need to be able to walk or go by bike but are absolutely amazing with white beaches and clear water, lovely to swim in.
Having not been away due to lockdown/s it was one of the best holidays I have had, and we were very fortunate with good weather, which makes a big difference.
The room was a good size and quite well fitted out, nice shower room and comfortable bed.
Breakfast was good however the standard cooked breakfast only included 1/2 pierce of black pudding, a bit odd. Rest was good
Staff were friendly, particularly Nick who served our breakfast and the young boys at reception and in the bar.
It was all very flexible and relaxed which we enjoyed and we were really only using hotel to sleep in and shower etc.

Minuses
The hotel is definitely not 3 star and I can see from reviews that some people were very disappointed
No daily or even midweek clean of the bedroom but we asked for fresh towels and more tea/ coffee making stuff for the room and staff were more than happy to oblige. We were even offered a clean of the room but as leaving next day declined as not worth it. But no one told us that at checkin.
The decking at the back of hotel has a broken section which is blocked off and looks dreadful. If sorted would be a really nice area to sit out in.
The hotel bar only open for very limited hours and there was not really any tea/ coffee/ shortbread facilities during the day in the lounge.
There was not a huge amount of sanitising of common areas going on given at that time masks had to be worn.
The owner was at reception when we checked out and he didn’t ask us if we enjoyed our stay.

Overall - fantastic holiday but hotel wouldn’t suit everyone.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Reservations Team, General Manager at The Morar Hotel
Responded Feb 24, 2022
Thank you Judith for your feedback and lovely to hear you enjoyed the view from the hotel. We have taken note of your comments and will be doing our best to improve. Hope to see you again soon!
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Allison T wrote a review Sep 2020
Edinburgh, United Kingdom50 contributions50 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Only a one night stay on the way to the Outer Hebrides during the difficult Covid pandemic.
The hotel were clearly adhering to all regulations with clear one way system in place, excellent hygiene measures and temperature check on arrival.
Our room had a stunning seaview and whilst the bathroom was clearly very new the bedroom itself was basic and slightly dated.
Having arrived on an amazing sunny day we chose to sit out on the deck and enjoy a couple of drinks. Whilst our service was good others seem to have had a less warm welcome.
Dinner was good with a reasonable choice of both food and wines, all appropriately priced.
Unfortunately sleep was disturbed by paper thin walls resulting in the neighbouring rooms snoring keeping me awake and a late night heated conversation by other guests woke us as well.
Breakfast was disappointing and some simple measures like filter coffee and higher quality produce would have made a difference.
Whilst I appreciate the price of room reflects many impacts of Covid 19 I would suggest that a few simple measures might improve guest experience and reduce negative feedback
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Scotty010 wrote a review Apr 2022
Scotland, United Kingdom249 contributions92 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
This hotel is in a lovely location and if you’re lucky you’ll get a room with views over to Morar Beach. The hotel is also dog friendly which to be honest is about the only other exceptional thing about this place.
Other reviews rave about the upgrading of this place but I could not see any evidence of this apart from an upgraded shower room, finished badly . Our room was basic but adequate, tea tray and very little else. Very noisy rooms with a noisy boiler or kitchen fans very evident most of the night, take earplugs.
The most disappointing aspect of this hotel is the sloppiness of it all. Start of the season and you come down for breakfast to find extensive evidence of partying the night before, wine bottles and glasses lying around, ignored by all staff present. Downstairs toilets also disgusting at 9am. Obviously not cleaned . Breakfast restaurant- dirty tables, no cleaning evident. No waiting staff to clear away plates etc . One of the management team hung about by the door in his anorak, hands in pockets, most unprofessional. Basic breakfast service, no fresh fruit or pastries available apart from sliced bread. Cheap bacon and sausages . The serving chef was however friendly. The lounge area was cold and unwelcoming, no ambience whatsoever.
No wine list available in the evening. A choice of 2 wines. Wifi didn’t work. Suspect the wifi was turned off during day and then switched on at night when staff went off duty , as miraculously it started working when we heard the kitchen closing. No staff were able to help get the wifi working.
Appreciate that staff shortages may cause issues just now but cleanliness must come above all else and this was sadly lacking.
Also beware the broken glass in the car park around the recycling bins. And do not use the decking area which is in a very poor state of maintenance .
Hotel very handy for railway station on opposite side of road.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Reservations Team, General Manager at The Morar Hotel
Responded Jun 24, 2022
Hi Scotty, Thank you for your feedback and reviews. We are very glad to know that you have enjoyed the views from the hotel and our pet friendly facility too. We have also taken notes of these comments made above and we will look into these soon. Kindly note that we are having a major staff shortage like most of the hotels in Scotland hence why there are delays in services, but we are sure our team is doing each and everything possible to give their best services. Hoping to see you again.
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dollys22 wrote a review Jul 2020
Scotland2 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I didn’t want to write a negative review especially as the hotel just opened up after lockdown but... I wouldn’t recommend staying here at the moment.
On arrival, the hotel seemed very quiet, the car park was dead and we asked if there was a room with a view available and were told there wasn’t (we later had to move rooms because the door handle had broken and we were moved to a nicer room with a view).

In the bathroom, the shower was held up with tape and part of if came off in my husband’s hand when he took a shower.

There was no hand soap in the room, we were told they aren’t allowed to put in any toiletries because of covid, I would have thought just now proper hand washing is more important than ever during the pandemic. We would have brought our own with us if we’d been informed of this in advance.

We rushed into Mallaig to buy hand wash before the shops shut. When we returned around 7pm there was no running water in the hotel so we couldn’t even use the toilet.

We waited a couple of hours to see if there was any update. The manager told us last time this happened the water was off for four days and they had to shut the hotel so we thought we better make other plans.

We booked another hotel 5 minutes away in Mallaig (they provided hand soap & toiletries!) so we packed up and took our four year old out at 9pm to the new hotel.

This hotel has a lot of potential. It’s the only hotel in the tiny village of Morar and the views from the restaurant are amazing, it’s clearly had some money spent on it too but we didn’t feel comfortable there during the current pandemic even if the water had been working. The surrounding area is gorgeous and the beaches are absolutely stunning.

We stayed at the West Highland Hotel in Mallaig which was slightly cheaper and the rate included breakfast. They had good Covid protocols too and we felt a lot better staying there.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Reservations Team, General Manager at The Morar Hotel
Responded Feb 24, 2022
Thanks Emma for your detailed feedback and one I was made aware of. I do apologies for your experience and most of it was beyond our control such as water cut (in the village) and COVID restrictions, which we have adhered to. 1. The water cut - I can imagine how you felt, but we had been calling all the authorities and it was restored in 4 hours, which was clearly too late for you 2. We have had further clarification and the pump dispensers are going back into the bathrooms and yes we should have informed you - we have been sending a pre-arrival message for those we had email addresses for 3. Not giving you a better room - again we had serious meetings and this has been communicated Its a shame these events occurred despite the views and location you admired. Thank you.
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Ronald S wrote a review Oct 2020
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2.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked for two night’s including an extra £60 for sea view, the room was small but clean with excellent sea view , tv reception was dire and as we knew about COVID restrictions with the bar closed after six, our plan was to stay in room and watch tv. We pointed out the dire reception to management before going for dinner which they were aware of, therefore nowt was done. Dinner was reasonable and staff attentive, with regard to breakfast the sausages were of very poor quality, we checked out after one night, I politely made our reasons for leaving early to person at reception, but to be fair it’s not in their gift to sort.
We won’t be back.
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Bg M wrote a review Sep 2020
7 contributions4 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We were warned; sort of place you wipe your feet on the way out! Sadly this proved all too true.
On arrival an officious gentleman demanded payment up front, without us seeing the room. The cost for the room was more than I would expect to pay at a four star hotel let alone a bottom end three star. (£188)
When we got to the room we found dirty walls, poor DIY paint jobs round cheap architraves, and furthermore the TV had no signal and the WiFi was non existent.
The bathroom had been refurbished but no hot water!
Staff in the dinning room were okay but at breakfast which we had booked for 8:15, it was 8:55 before it was served even though others who came after us were served before us. Not good! When asking for coffee all we were offered was instant. In this day and age filtered coffee in a cafetière could so easily be provided.
The reception said they only had the very best instant coffee but when supplied a scum on the surface put you off.
The only mitigating feature which the management could not ruin was the spectacular view.
Anyone reading this would do themselves well by giving this establishment a wide berth.
B G Murray
Jersey
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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NikkiScotland13 wrote a review Aug 2020
Scotland162 contributions136 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed the Morar hotel for 1 night last Saturday as we were visiting a few places on the West Highland way, the hotel on arrival was bright, airy, and the reception staff was nice and smiley.
We were in room 9. Not much of a view but it was fine for what we needed. We booked dinner and ate in the hotel. The food was so so yummy. Bruschetta, steak pie was just so so yummy. There were only 3 other tables eating so we felt totally safe from covid issues. The views were absolutely to die for, we sat for maybe 2 hours watching the world go by. The room beds were fine, we were only in the room to sleep in so we didn't care too much for anything. It was fine. Nothing fancy but clean and exactly what we needed.
I would 100% go here again. Overall stay was fab. We ate in malaig for breakie as wanted to venture out and felt after £150 for a night then having to pay 12.50 a head for breakie we could get more for money.
We loved this hotel and the silversands beach and the stay.
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Date of stay: August 2020Trip type: Travelled with family
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Lou M wrote a review Jul 2021
2 contributions3 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Stayed here for 2 nights B&B, deluxe sea view room. £185 pn. Booked last minute, Thought seemed really expensive for 3 star but was willing to pay as weather meant to be good, it’s peak season & had stayed in hotel 10 yrs ago & enjoyed it.

The pro’s are the amazing views over the silver sands, has recently refurbished modern bathroom, new clean fluffy towels, bed was comfy, clean linen & dinner was nice although very expensive for what it is & restaurant staff were professional/friendly.

The cons are WiFi does not work in the room, only in the restaurant. The lobby area & stairwells were dirty, webs hanging from lighting, Ill fitted carpet on stairs, hall & room. Looked like been fitted by owners, not by professionals. Gaps from wall, freyed at edges & badly cut round the dressing table. Carpet in room also had stains & just looked unclean. Dated furniture in room. Poor decor in room, had been touched up with a different colour of paint but only went half way up wall & was really obvious. Wall looked damaged from leak from window & not been repaired properly. Bedside light switch didn’t work, only worked from main switch. The cold & hot were opposite to what said on tap in bathroom sink. The breakfast wasn’t great, we just stuck to bacon & eggs the 2nd morning as opposed to full breakfast as didn’t think the other brekkie items were good quality for £12 pp. Also got half a potato scone & half a bit of black pudding! Decking area needs painted & repaired as broken in parts, also broken chair left on decking & other broken items/litter left around outside of hotel.

In summary I wouldn’t stay in this hotel again, feel like we’ve been ripped off. It’s definitely not a 3 star, I’d say 2 star. It’s a shame as hotel has so much potential with the amazing views & the restaurant staff do their best & friendly but just feel owners only interested in getting maximum amount of money from people for a sub standard hotel.
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Reservations Team, General Manager at The Morar Hotel
Responded Feb 24, 2022
Thank you for your feedback and lovely to hear you enjoyed the views from the hotel. We have taken note of all your comments and will be doing our best to improve.
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esspee2012 wrote a review Sep 2020
Whanganui, New Zealand119 contributions91 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Paid for the package with Itison then had to book “direct” with the hotel by email. On encountering difficulty with the booking dept. I phoned Morar only to be told the booking department was in Sri Lanka!
It took 13 emails to finally get my reservation confirmed. Not sure if that is the norm but I certainly was on the point of giving up and cancelling the whole package.

Good points
Hotel is in a beautiful area and has recently been attractively refurbished.
Staff in restaurant lovely though wait times erratic.
Food good

Bad points
Booking a pain as I encountered language difficulties with Sri Lanka
Reception lacking warmth and honesty
Advertised TV and WiFi a total myth. Neither available, though reception will come and fiddle with the TV and enter passwords in your phone/tablet etc. knowing full well neither services are available even in the public areas.
Unsure why housekeeping did enter room to tidy bathroom but didn’t tidy bed. Would have accepted no service to room because of Covid but why pick and mix.
Management conspicuous by their absence.
The decking area which gives lovely views of sunset over Rhum contains four large picnic tables. Because of social distancing this resulted in 7 people taking up all the seating so we unpacked our folding chairs from our car. Other people had to stand on the most beautiful autumnal evening to watch the sunset.

The whole experience could have been so much better.
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Date of stay: September 2020
3.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Emmeline wrote a review Aug 2020
Ramsgate, United Kingdom121 contributions130 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
What a shame, I really wanted to like this hotel and our stay but it was not to be. The building is obviously historic and once grand, and you can see effort made to refurbish the public lounge area on arrival. Covid standards were also high, and we were met by a friendly helpful couple on arrival (Latvian) I think, and they were nice and kind and helpful to us and did their very best to assist.

Alas the state of the hotel is clearly something the owners need to look into. The issues I think include; analogue (YES really, analogue) TV which has terrible reception and snowy pictures and not what you would expect at £165 a night. Our room door came off its hinge and had to be fixed, the loo seat was wobbly, the carpet had seen better days and the wallpaper and plaster was cracked and ripped. We had half a loo roll and I see many other reviews commenting on the loo roll and the terrible TV so it was clearly not unique to our stay.

I don't want to see any business not do well, but you cannot charge these prices and have such low standards, it isn't fair on your customers or your staff.

Menu also needs more than one veggie option.

I hope for better times ahead.
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Date of stay: August 2020
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesService
Room Tip: Sea view rooms are a small bonus.
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Response from Reservations Team, General Manager at The Morar Hotel
Responded Feb 24, 2022
Thank you for your detailed feedback and taken note of all. Happy to hear you felt welcomed and the service was good. Honestly speaking most who come to the Highlands don't look for TV channels and I take your point and will look at better means during the off-peak. We also don't have the luxury of digital in that area. The maintenance issues have been noted and with regards to the menu... we are running a limited one menu due to the added C-19 restrictions, but our chef is always happy to make something of your choice, if you needed. I have again briefed the staff to accommodate such requests. Thank you.
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396jcee396 asked a question Jan 2018
Keswick, United Kingdom5 contributions3 helpful votes
We are thinking of coming in May are you a dog friendly hotel
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Haslemere, United Kingdom6 helpful votes
No I'm sorry only pets in the bar.
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Haslemere, United Kingdom6 helpful votes
Hello Thank you for your enquiry. No sorry the hotel closes over winter each year. Your best chance would be West Highland Hotel or Moorings in Mallaig perhaps. With thanks
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Haslemere, United Kingdom6 helpful votes
No sorry it is closed over January.
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Haslemere, United Kingdom6 helpful votes
Indeed there is new management but Scottish/English it doesn't matter you will get a warm welcome. The last owner had Spanish managers, great for the many foreign tours which come by year after year.
John F wrote a tip May 26
4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Check out the beach below hotel; CLIMB UP TO THE CROSS, 135 steps, visit Mallaig, take a nice walk to waterfalls."
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Freya B wrote a tip May 10
1 contribution
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Does get full from time to time from travelers"
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_lporter18 wrote a tip Apr 2024
Lake District, United Kingdom13 contributions3 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Book the breakfast it will keep you going till mid afternoon."
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Odyssey706831 wrote a tip Mar 2024
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"book in advance"
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BlackPudGirl wrote a tip Nov 2023
Glasgow, United Kingdom92 contributions21 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dog friendly"
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C$200 - C$367 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsLochaberMallaigMorar
NUMBER OF ROOMS
31
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Morar Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to The Morar Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Camusdarach Beach (1.9 km), Morar Beach (0.9 km), and Land Sea and Islands Centre (6.5 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The Morar Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Morar Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at The Morar Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Morar Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Cabin, The Bakehouse, and Chlachain Inn Restaurant.
Is The Morar Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.5 km away from the centre of Morar.
Are there any historical sites close to The Morar Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Our Lady of Perpetual Succour and St. Cumin's RC Church (0.9 km).
Does The Morar Hotel have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the ocean view available here.
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