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This lodge has an amazing view. Our host Russell was very nice. All we wanted to do was sit on this porch and look at the view. Breakfast was nice and it is nice to interact with the other guests. Rooms are a bit tired...More
Stayed here with wife and two young kids for just one night but loved it. The facilities and rooms are basic but comfortable and clean and I'd take that any day in a place with such charm and character. Beautiful old house with amazing views...More
Before you enter Mallacoota village, you turn left and while you park your car, you notice the marvelous view over the Mallacoota Inlet. This 1900 wooden house has a colonial feeling.
The water in the inlet is salty and according the Russell - the owner...More
We visited this idyllic location in February with warm weather and clear skies. The location was stunning and the facility is a very old style building overlooking water views. There's a big verandah and comfortable chairs to sit back and take in the views. The...More
My family and I stayed three nights at the Lodge, and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We choose to take two rooms - 3 (two single beds for the teens) and 4 (for the parents!) - which opened on to the deck and the expansive views....More
Response from Bonnie295 | Reviewed this property |
No, part of the beauty of the place is that it doesn't have TV/Foxtel and you don't miss it. In fact, that is one of the things that make it special. The Guests actually talk to each other and the kids do things they... More
No, part of the beauty of the place is that it doesn't have TV/Foxtel and you don't miss it. In fact, that is one of the things that make it special. The Guests actually talk to each other and the kids do things they normally wouldn't such as board games, card games, reading etc rather than sitting in front of "the Box" and not communicating. Don't take the lack of having a TV as a negative, it's actually a positive. There is a great little pub in town, a picture theatre and your days will be relaxing exploring the beaches, lakes area, bushwalking or just lazing on the front verandah taking in the views.
You'll enjoy your stay.
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"Doesn't matter which room....its all about the history and the location....perfection"