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The cottage looked run down before we opened the door, the place was filthy rat droppings on the fridge (see pic), back door wouldn't close wallpaper hanging of wall, the oldest cooker I have ever seen! The only good thing I have to say is...More
Had a meal in the restaurant at Bronte Park Village and was blown away by the quality of the food, the generous servings and the warm and inviting surrounds. I was with a group including local fishing guides who told of the recent purchase of...More
We stayed in the main building. Receptionist and all the staff were very friendly. It was cold & raining so appreciated the big open fire. The meals are HUGE but tasty and good value. Not a place to catch up on emails or FB -...More
The bed was like concrete and the walls are paper thin. The receptionist was nice but the place needs a good overhaul and update. Fruit was old for breaky although they did provide cereal. I suggest they spend some money on new beds and refurbishing.
We drove into Bronte Park. There weren't a lot of accommodation options nearby. We paid $110 for their last room, which they said was a superior room. The mattresses were uncomfortable but we slept fine. The room was clean enough with a small TV and...More
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Thanks for your feedback, we now have NEW Managers at Bronte Park Village and have commenced renovations. Hopefully you will come back again in 2015 and see some great changes.
7 December 2014|
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As a family we have stayed here for more than 20 years and we have stayed recently and were not met with anyone friendly or helpful, we stayed in one of the renovated cabins (number 2) and there were many problems that if... More
As a family we have stayed here for more than 20 years and we have stayed recently and were not met with anyone friendly or helpful, we stayed in one of the renovated cabins (number 2) and there were many problems that if addressed would make the stay value for money, a teaspoon would be a good start and a check on light bulbs, a key to the back door and maybe a front door key that doesn't need fiddling around with to get it to work, a shower screen on the shower and an extension lead for the electric blanket so it can reach the PowerPoint, enough wood for the fire so we don't have to beg borrow and steal from the neighbours (sorry Mr Wooley) these are not even major things to fix but the management brushed them all off, if the returning families are put off this place it will continue to deteriorate as repeat business and good will keep it going, I give it 2 more seasons before it is bankrupt at this rate.
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"Stay in a room on the rear of the lodge and you can park outside the external door."