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Mount View Lodges

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Noosa, Australia
Reviewed 29 April 2015

I stayed at Mount View Lodges, Rarotonga, recently, as I needed somewhere reasonably priced, clean, tidy and comfortable. Mount View Lodges certainly gives you all of these things. The lodges (I think there are four in all) are located in quite beautifully tended, lush, tropical and very beautiful gardens, sitting at the base of the mountains in Rarotonga. It's a...

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Reviewed 24 June 2013

My Mrs. and I stayed with Shona for a week in the wonderful island of Rarotonga in the end of october. The place is very standard by first impression, but the exotic garden and the massive hospitality makes the stay memorable.. Its not like being in a hotel or even a B&B.. Its like staying in a heaven of hospitality.....

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Reviewed 23 August 2011

My partner stayed for over 5 weeks at this place and I stayed for just under 2 weeks . We chose it because of the very friendly and interesting description posted on the website for mount view. It more than met our expectations. The owner Shona went out of her way to make us welcome. The garden is very beautiful...

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Address: Main Rd, Tupapa, Cook Islands
Region: Cook Islands > Southern Cook Islands > Rarotonga
Number of rooms: 6
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“Rooms 3 or 4 are down the back of the gardens and away from the road, and so they are much more quiet. I stayed in number 4.”
664CarolynG, 29 Apr 2015 | Read review
“Rooms 3 and 4 being right at the back of the property offer more privacy”
laurelWellington, 23 Aug 2011 | Read review
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