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Staff is amazing - They really offer superb customer service!
Cabins are cozy and very well maintained - Plus the distance between the cabins is great!
Food is delicious!
Then you add the view of the lake and the Algonquin park a bit further. You...More
We had dinner at the Lodge, and were given an enormously friendly welcome both when booking by phone and on arrival. The atmosphere of the log cabin lounge and the restaurant is great, and the table service staff were attentive. By contrast, with the exception...More
We stayed at the Lodge in a Shoreline Cabin for two nights. Through-out the stay all staff were super-friendly and very helpful. Food is included in the room rate, and was of a high quality and there was lots of choice. You can also request...More
This is a lovely old set of log cabins set on a small peninsula jutting into Lake of Two Rivers. it has a small private beach, canoes with each cabin, comfortable cabins (NO TV--thank goodness!), fine food and excellent service. Amenities include a common room...More
Oh my goodness, what a little slice of heaven this place is!!!! Beautiful part of the park - set on the side of the lake. Wonderful Log cabins with verandas overlooking the water. So cosy. Big room with big, comfortable beds; beautiful white sheets and...More
Hi do you have tea/ coffee making facilities in the rooms?
26 May 2015|
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Response from skeezixtoronto | Reviewed this property |
Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I... More
Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I noticed that the owners commented on an earlier review that, being a historic property, the wiring in the cabins couldn't necessarily handle kettles on top of lights and hair dryers without tripping the fuses. The guest lodge and paddle shop are easily accessible, so we didn't mind.
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Would this be an appropriate place to take a 3 year old and 1 year old?