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High Wycombe
Reviewed 28 July 2016

The decrepit wreck of a dumped car, covered in volcanic ash, just past the reception in the car park opposite our lodge gave us a realistic first impression of what to expect from this hotel. The decor inside was probably inspired by this car. We felt like we were intruding on the staff's quiet evening. We seemed to be the...

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1Thank NorthDeanCraig
Ontario
Reviewed 6 August 2012

We stayed here because as others have said, there are no other mid-range options in Berastagi. The hotel was 450000 rph and was not worth half of that in my opinion. The gardens were beautiful but the cottage was old, stained, dark, smelly, and dingy. We did not use the shower, but the faucets were falling off and there were...

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6Thank crittermedic11
Leuven, Belgium
Reviewed 16 June 2012

There are not a lot of mid-range hotels in Berastagi; most options are either budget guesthouses or high-end hotels. Brastagi Cottage was one of the few mid-range options, which is why we ended up here. However, in the end we found the place not worth the money and decided to move to another guesthouse after just one night. At first...

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6Thank Andrew A
Los Angeles, California
Reviewed 18 April 2012

We ended up at Berastagi Cottages after backing out of a much cheaper (and dirtier) room that was right in town. Berastagi Cottages was much cleaner, but it was a bit of a jump up in price, though we managed to negotiate a discount since it was low season. Also, since it was low season, we were the only guests...

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Seattle, Washington
Reviewed 30 January 2012

Stayed here two nights and really enjoyed it! The whole place is a garden with beautiful flowers and trees. It felt like getting to stay in a nice city park - but have it all to ourselves. The room was clean and big and the service was excellent! Breakfast included in the price was good.

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4Thank moretickets
Reviewed 6 January 2012

Berastagi cottages locates near the cabbage monument at the main road. They offer many type of room, for the cheapest room are like own bungalow with shared bathroom outside, but you need to pay for hot shower. The location to the markets and gundaling hill is near, almost all attractions can reach by walk. If you want to go back...

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3Thank Joeeu
Toronto, Ontario
Reviewed 4 September 2011

The exterior is stunning – gorgeous grounds and well kept lawns with a playground for kids. The cottage is pretty and when you open the door into the front sitting area, you think it’s going to be a great place to stay. Then you get to the bedroom with an old and threadbare carpet and a tiny TV with about...

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Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Reviewed 3 September 2011

This would have been fine in the 60s -- basic units sets in a lovely garden. Not to say ut;s that old necessarily, but tha is the style of place. Clean and functional. Friendly staff and guests -- this is a holiday location after all,

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Holland
Reviewed 31 January 2010

The interiour of the Karo-style bungalows may not be very special, but the exterior is. One of the most beautiful gardens you will ever see. The altitude (1300mtr) cools down the tropical heat (you may need an extra blanket). The hotel is very quiet on weekdays. In the weekend more visitors escaping the cities (Medan). Complex is large enough to...

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Address: Jalan Gundaling, Berastagi, Indonesia
Region: Indonesia > Sumatra > North Sumatra > Berastagi
Number of rooms: 74
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“Whatever you do don't lock the middle door!”
  • View from Sibayak on the way down (about 8km from town)
 of 5 bubbles NorthDeanCraig, 27 Jul 2016 | Read review
“The cheapest cottages do not have Western-style toilets (the toilets do not come with a seat). Ask for the next step up in the room price if you prefer a Western-style bathroom.”
  • Our cottage at Berastagi Cottages (this building is divided into two cottages).
 of 5 bubbles zengirl_10, 17 Apr 2012 | Read review
“Ask for one on the road so you don't have to walk far if you have a lot of stuff to unload.”
 of 5 bubbles Gbonez, 4 Sep 2011 | Read review
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