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This was our 2nd stay here as contractors on our way further south. I can tolerate a tiny living space and badly finished renovations but who in their right mind only gives 100mb of data voucher then you have to pay for more thats barely...More
We booked a 2 bedroom unit for two nights. When we arrived at 6 pm the office was closed and there was a list of units and names taped to the office door and keys were in the unit doors. The unit was freezing when...More
I called in at the Thirsty Pig for a drink to be welcomed by Louise who also owns the Motel, very friendly welcome. The motel is 8 doors away from the Thirsty Pig, and a 5 minute walk from the ferry. Accommodation is very clean,...More
This is a small motel obviously catering for Ferry passenger one-nighters. As such the tiny nature of the room can be easily laughed off, although better room arrangements would help, eg removing the table/chairs and replacing with a 'breakfast' shelf would make more room for...More
I am a solo woman travelling with my dog and this morning went to leave the hotel when I was harassed by a group of other guests. There was about five males all with motorcycles parked outside their rooms, they were middle aged and dressed...More
US$62 - US$127 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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