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My visit to Acres Wild was in Jan'15. A job change, a home shifting right after the trip has resulted in the delay in this review. That I write this review 8 months after my visit should give an idea as to how much I...More
I spent almost a week at this beautiful property. Reaching there was very easy since both Mansoor and Tina were extremely helpful and shared all details regarding taxi etc. over email. This is a perfect getaway from the busy city life and especially a fun...More
If you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life, this would be one of the farthest you could go. This place has a rustic charm that somehow gives you the sense of security that at last you are out of...More
Peaceful and scenic surroundings, nice weather, quaint cottages, warm hosts, smiling staff, happy cows, delicious cheese
For the open-minded, interaction with Mansoor can offer food for thought. If you have read 'The third curve', even better.
We stayed at Acres Wild in August 2015. Not sure about Cheddar and Colby, but Haloumi house is quite good, especially when you have a large family and are booking both the houses. The sit-out area of Haloumi is best when you have a hot...More
is the food a set menu or can we order what we want?? Are snacks served or can we order some evening snacks?
28 September 2015|
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It depends on what you are looking at... Murugesh and Radha do a pretty good home cooked meal... i havent had any snacks at acres wild itself, just lots of coffee and tea. but then if you are planning on doing sightseeing... More
It depends on what you are looking at... Murugesh and Radha do a pretty good home cooked meal... i havent had any snacks at acres wild itself, just lots of coffee and tea. but then if you are planning on doing sightseeing, there are snacks all over the place. but then, i dont have any qualms with roadside eateries...
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"Any cottege/villa offer a good stay. The ones closer to the resturant will save some distance, if you dont..."