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Very friendly and dedicated staff. Excellent vegetarian food. All snakes and soft drinks free. Take your own alcohol. Canoes available for the lake, great, although we did capsize when docking due to rocky shore.Lakeside cabin 16 was great. Comfortable room, a little dark. Shared deck...More
As a group of 3, we stayed for one night at the lodge as a prelude to a 7 day interior canoe trip. The setting on a peninsula jutting out into the Lake of Two Rivers is beautiful and most cabins have a reasonable amount...More
On Labour Weekend, we had the unexpected opportunity to stay at 2 of the 3 lodges in Algonquin Park - Killarney Lodge and Arowhon Pines (the 3rd is Bartlett Lodge). And for the same money, Arowhon beats Killarney by a mile (or kilometre, as we...More
I heard about this lodge from a friend who had stayed for just one day with her husband. As always, I did my research and it seemed to be what I was looking for - a few days of hiking and relaxation to celebrate a...More
My husband and I came here for our honeymoon and stayed for 3 nights. It was EXACTLY what we needed after the stress of a wedding.
We stayed in a cabin facing the highway, but honestly we forgot it was even there. The setting is...More
Hi do you have tea/ coffee making facilities in the rooms?
26 May 2015|
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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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"We stayed in lodge 25/26 (good for up to 4 people) - on lake and away from road. We didn't find the road..."