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It was a birthday trip with my husband and my 'lil guy that turned out to be one of the the best moment! We started with a wrong booking and Dan a very friendly and accommodating person who manages the Kapasiwin Bungalows right away help...More
Loved the cabin and owners were very helpful and friendly. Love the beach and free rental of canoes, paddle boats and kayaks. Kitchenette had all what we needed *Microwave, fridge, stove with oven).
Will definitely return to that lovely place.
Was a very good experience. The cabins have all you need with oven fridge stove and all cookware. Cabins are clean and well maintained. They are rustic so if your looking for high class probably not the place for you. Meant for the outdoor experience....More
Although there were quite a few people at times there was still lots of the peace and quiet I wanted. I love the rustic cabins that are very clean and comfortable. You only have to bring kleenex and paper towels if you want to as...More
The cabins are basic, but well maintained and clean. We stayed in a studio cottage - 2 adults & one 6yo child. We had a double bed and a sofa bed. There is a full size refrigerator & stove, plus microwave, toaster & coffee maker....More
Just booked a bungalow for later this summer and have a few questions...
Are small camping bbqs allowed (like the kind that sit on a table)?
Is there a coffee maker and toaster in the cabin?
26 June 2016|
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Response from Rachel S | Reviewed this property |
When I was there last summer, there were toasters and coffee makers in the cabins (we had the studio) and they had deck charcoal bbq's available to borrow. I know that when we were there they just got permission to allow... More
When I was there last summer, there were toasters and coffee makers in the cabins (we had the studio) and they had deck charcoal bbq's available to borrow. I know that when we were there they just got permission to allow that so not sure if there are potential restrictions or not. There is also a community gas bbq that anyone can use that is great as well. IF you want to bring your own bbq I would call the office and ask about any potential restrictions. They were great there and in fact we are hoping to return for a few days next year on our next trip out that way! Enjoy!! We sure did!
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"The A cabins are neat the beach, B2 has a great view of the lake, B3,5,7, get a lot of light"