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All reviewswelcome meetingfree glass of winebed dormthe kitchenlisted buildingnational parkheritage buildingthe east coastgreyhound bus stopcoles supermarketstayed there for nightsa private double roomenjoyed my staytable tenniscommunal areasceiling fangreat vibe
I actually reviewed another hostel as one of the best hostels on the east coast but halse lodge really is up there.
I travelled and stayed there for 4 nights with my friend last week and loved the facilities, no annoying travel desk people trying...More
A very pricey place for very average facilities, I truly don’t understand why it is so highly rated.
There are not enough fridges in the kitchen, my eggs got all broken as my stuff was thrown around and the kitchen is dirty too. The bedroom...More
Came for a quick visit and decided to stay longer as this place was so amazing . The staff are all super helpful and friendly- couldn't do enough to help, the room was the best I have stayed in any hostel in Oz- large and...More
I was staying at a resort nearby to this backpacker type Lodge. It was an easy walk to eat there one night during our stay in the wonderful garden setting of the Halse Lodge restaurant. I had an excellent spaghetti, very simple with local prawns,...More
Was everthing amazing: food, drinks, rooms and people that work there with a lot of hapiness. I spend just 2 nights but was ok to see the way that they work. I really enjoy my days at this hostel, congratulations to all staff!
Response from HalseLodge | Property representative |
Thank you for your enquiry!
Unfortunately, due to our protected heritage building - we are unable to install air-conditioning. We do have ceiling fans in each room. We hope this helps! -Management
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