We had booked into the Leisure Park because of the natural hot springs running nearby. The brochure showed an immaculate indoor room with lovely concrete soaking tubs. The reality was quite different. It was an old shed with a rundown look about it. The park was quite full (last day of long Easter weekend) and plenty of large groups drinking beer and making a fair bit of noise. The park itself is a featureless field more like a parking lot. We were given a cabin that was seriously depressing and dark with no facillities. The toilets and cooking area were 40m away. As it was my birthday and I felt quite disappointed in having to spend my special day at the ugliest place we'd come across in the last two weeks, we wondered if we could find anything else so late in the day. And then we saw the pub! It was just on the other side of the creek. It had about 5 motel style rooms and we were the only ones there! Beautifully quiet, a large, clean comfortable, if old-style room and the pub served lovely home-cooked meals. The best gravy and mashed I've had in a long time.
It turns out that new owners, Garry and Roz Burtenshaw (lovely people) are in the process of fixing up both properties. I think they're going to do a very nice job based on the improvements they've already made at the pub (new kitchen, paving outside, etc.).
We ended up having a lovely stay and would recommend it to anyone. The Leisure Park would probably be fine if it were less crowded. And there are sc cabins available, they just were booked out when we came.
What seemed a possible disaster turned out to be a very pleasant birthday, indeed.
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