I have stayed many times, for business and occasionally with family.
It is an old establishment right up the Kabale hill, near the golf course. It has a beautifully manicured garden, helpful and courteous staff, a welcoming bar with fireplace. The restaurant has a good choice and quality of food, albeit more expensive than local average, and good service. They serve delicious crayfish from nearby Lake Bunyioni.
The rooms are old, with an ancient carpet which staff try very hard to keep clean (please management, time to retire it, it has served for decades!); the rooms are humid and at times stuffy, thanks to poor ventilation and Kabale's wet climate. The bathrooms have been recently improved with the installation of electric water heaters, although plumbing is as ancient as the carpet. Yet they are clean, as are the beds, which are fitted with mosquito nets.
The rooms can be very quiet, but only if those next to yours are empty. When your neighbor turns its TV on, the thin walls and the high charming ceiling will make sure that you will share his taste for broadcasts.
Some amenities are also old: the tennis court, probably the only one in a large radius, is abandoned and decrepit. The pool table is falling apart. Thus in the evening you are better off sticking to the fancy flatbed TV screen in the bar, if you don’t like reading. The garden has some old metal toys for kids, poorly maintained: if you keep an eye on them, your kids will still enjoy them, as mine did.
All in all, I keep going back, because it is one of the best choices in town. Yet, if management would decide to invest in some renovation, customers would enjoy the place's old charm, without suffering from some of its antiquity.
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