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Cuibul de la Mare

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Str. Pricipala 151 A, Corbu 907085 Romania
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#2 of 25 Speciality lodging in Corbu
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We are a traditional romanian guesthouse, simple people from the country side, but very hospitable, as the romanians are well known for. In our places, there’s an old saying: “at the moment when your having guests, do your best and a great joy will . We don’t have big hotels with goldish and expensive materials, but we have a summer guesthouse, our humble “nest”, and we take care of it, to be welcoming and warm for our guests
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Coffee shop
Children's television networks
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Airport transportation
BBQ facilities
Convenience store
Secured parking
Wifi
Breakfast available
Wine / champagne
Shuttle bus service
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
Shared kitchen
Shared lounge / TV area
Sun terrace
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Air conditioning
Room service
Bottled water
Microwave
Refrigerator
Room types
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Romanian
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Irina D wrote a review Sep 2018
2 contributions4 helpful votes
We were scheduled to arrive at this place on a Friday. Since Friday is a working day, as soon as we got out of office we announced the host that we're on our way, with an expected arrival time around 8:30 PM. The traffic was hectic and around 8.30 we informed the host that we'll be late by one hour. At 21:32 I parked the car in front of the entrance gate and here it began. I called, I wrote on the host's whatsapp, nothing. At some point, a woman holding a child in her arm came by the gate, I said hello, she looked at me and walked away. I kept ringing and after 20 minutes someone finally appeared at the gate. Cosmin, the host, started asking me why we arrived so late, expressing how worried he was (although he didn't call or check my message saying we're running late). I should mention by this point that I made this a reservation in July for a week-end in September. One week before our planned visit, I informed the host that I got a puppy and I would like to bring him with me, taking into account the fact that this accommodation place is "pet friendly" (according to their booking.com description). Except for the fact they're not. So, I announced the host that since we've first made the reservation, we got a puppy and we would like to bring him along, he answered that usually, they don't allow pets, but they'll make an exception if we assume any destructions. The puppy is crate trained, so I said we're ok. Cosmin went on in our conversation and said that he'll offer us a gazebo, if we'll like it, although they were fully booked (our booked room was in the attic). I assured Cosmin we would be fine with any gazebo he'd give us. So, back at the gate, after trying to reach the host for 20 minutes and Cosmin sort of welcomes us into his place. On our way to the room (spoiler alert, was not a gazebo), we met his wife who offered me something which I'll classify as a highly disgusted look. Anyway, she was far from being nice. Now, the room. We had been switched from the attic room and the new one had an entrance from the main living area. The place was noisy and did not smell well. Now, I have spent a bunch of summers at my grandparents and I know how countryside places look and smell. I know the drill. This place was smelly. But this was not the problem. Cosmin, our host, insisted on repeating that we shouldn't let the puppy run around in the living area, because other people in house have kids and they judge us before judging him as a host. This entire time I was holding the puppy in my arms, he didn't make a sound being clearly scared about the whole thing. His remark made me understand that we are not welcomed there and after he showed us the room, I went outside to discuss about it. We had a very awkward conversation with him telling me in a very condescending voice that he had been waiting for me for hours (although I had informed him about when I left home and also about running late), that he had gone the extra mile for me, that he's an architect (who cares?!) and that I'm offending him when I am offering to pay for the disturbance created . Where disturbance = me arriving there, staying in front of the gate for 20 minutes and also appearing there with a puppy, although I did communicate with him about all these aspects. However, we left immediately with Cosmin after us telling us that he doesn't understand our reaction, constantly repeating how cool he was about everything and how crappy we were about everything. He told me he didn't understand why we're leaving, I tried to explain, he told me he didn't need my explanations. What a troubled person. Oh, I forgot to mention that he had been drinking for a while before we got there and was still drinking alcohol while discussing with us, a small detail which might explain his lack of coherence and manners. Cosmin, a small piece of advice from me: get your feet down on the ground and start getting your stuff together. Acting all drunk with your guests doesn't make for a good image for you and your business. Which is a business after all. For anyone interested in finding out more details or even for you Cosmin, if you have any troubles remembering what happened, I have some screen shots that can support my review. I usually don’t act like a forever irritated granny how keeps evidence of everything, but I found your overall behavior completely off track (yours and you wife’s who kept rolling her eyes in a desperate attempt to show how well raised she is). Also, since we’re here, you should update the information regarding what’s allowed and what’s not. Clearly, pets are not welcomed there. But kids who make a lot of noise and music in the background is. Why? Well, just because. Maybe I don’t enjoy hearing kids who scream and jump right besides my door and maybe I don’t like the music other guests are listening to. Still, I didn’t say anything about that, because this is what tolerance is about, common space. My and my 3 months old beagle were sort of a deal breaker in the whole story and even though Cosmin didn’t say in a specific sentence (I doubt he could anyway) that we are not welcomed with a dog there, he definitely made it crystal clear by acting unprofessional. I am so happy I got back home that night and everything sorted out just fine. Spending two nights in that place with those people would have been horror.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from CuibuldelaMare, Owner at Cuibul de la Mare
Responded 18 Sep 2018
Ne pare rău că atât ați înțeles despre noi. Dacă nu ne doream oameni cu câini, scoteam această politică. Am respectat și acceptat rezervarea dvs, fără nici un cost, pentru a relaxa relația cu invitații noștri. Nu am să vă arăt nici discuția cu privire la 'orice cameră este perfectă', pentru că încercăm să fim constructivi, nu să pierdem timpul.. Ne pare rău că trebuie să răspundem acestor 'provocari', nu ne fac cinste, însă din postura de gazdă, trebuie să răspundem. Cât despre mirosuri, copii, și alți invitați pe care îi aveam și care se pare că nu v-au plăcut tocmai pentru că aveau copii, ne cerem scuze și sper să găsiți in altă parte ceea ce căutați. Noi într-adevăr punem copiii înaintea animalelor, iar în viziunea dumneavoastră, se pare că acest lucru este greu de acceptat. Știu că nu ați făcut un caz, și știu că nu ați despicat firul in 10. Am văzut și vă respectam decizia! Sunteți ultimul client pentru care am acceptat a veni cu animal de companie, tocmai pentru a evita astfel de situații. PS: vă rog insistent și respectuos să fiți mai rezervată în ceea ce privește băutura, paharele pe care le aveam in mână, erau pentru că strângeam după invitați. La ora 22:30, când ați venit, eram obosit, nu beat!. Vă mulțumim și vă iubim. Iubirea vindecă multe!
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ana maria wrote a review Sep 2017
Iasi, Romania141 contributions22 helpful votes
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It was the most beautiful experience, with beautiful people and a well-being at home. We chose accommodations along with included tables, an excellent decision, because we enjoyed Mrs Doina's food, which I would take home. The very welcoming hosts, Cosmin and Georgiana, helped us with various tourist attractions. The big surprise we had was a concert in the yard with friends.
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Date of stay: September 2017
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ov2010 wrote a review Aug 2017
Tokyo, Japan4 contributions8 helpful votes
I have tried to contact them for a booking already on 13 June. Until today (3 Aug) no feedback, no reply. Another try yesterday, nothing. Probably the place is full of people and they have no availability - is the main season on the seaside and they have good evaluations, is normal to be busy. But at least short email with standard reply/excuses, "thank you for your message", "please visit us later time when not so busy", "looking forward to welcoming you on a later time"... have tried with SMSs. Finally, one called back - indeed, is full, they have sold all August already in January-February, no place. And promisse to try to improve feedback on all channels they use.
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Mirela R wrote a review Jun 2017
Bucharest, Romania3 contributions8 helpful votes
I DO NOT RECOMMEND! I was not accepted with my small dog, although at the property facilities it is mentioned that pets are accepted. They recommended us to put the dog in the car or give us a cage or leave!
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Date of stay: June 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
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Simona S wrote a review May 2017
Bucharest, Romania39 contributions23 helpful votes
We just loved this place, everything was absolutely wonderful: from the design of the house and yard to the food we had and the atmosphere. This place is really special. A very good place to go with your children. We can't wait to go there again.
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Date of stay: May 2017
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PRICE RANGE
US$61 - US$61 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
RomaniaSoutheast RomaniaConstanta CountyCorbu
NUMBER OF ROOMS
7
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Frequently Asked Questions about Cuibul de la Mare
Which popular attractions are close to Cuibul de la Mare?
Nearby attractions include Corbu Beach (3.7 km), Albastru Beach (3.9 km), and K u K u Beach Bar (7.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Cuibul de la Mare?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and airport transportation.
What food & drink options are available at Cuibul de la Mare?
Guests can enjoy breakfast and barbeque facilities during their stay.
Is parking available at Cuibul de la Mare?
Yes, free parking, secured parking, and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Cuibul de la Mare?
Conveniently located restaurants include Complex Insula, Cherhanaua Tasaul, and Unbar.
Does Cuibul de la Mare have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Cuibul de la Mare offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Does Cuibul de la Mare have airport transportation?
Yes, Cuibul de la Mare offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Cuibul de la Mare?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, French, and Romanian.
Are there any historical sites close to Cuibul de la Mare?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Heroes Cemetery (Cimitirul Eroilor) (12.8 km).