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Only good thing about here is the host Patrick
Paid $190 a night for a tiny old run down room bent blinds old curtains and bed linen
Paper thing walls could hear people yawning in other rooms
The rooms on 2nd floor are all on...More
Not as it appears in the photos. Tiny rooms, cleanliness is seriously lacking, the deluxe continental breakfast consisted of toast, croissants, yogurt and hard boiled eggs, not deluxe in my opinion. Avoid at all cost, a youth hostel would be a better option if on...More
We had booked for 3 nights at Blue Mountain Lodge many months ago, but on check in were allocated the attic room - none others available -apparently it was because I had booked a queen room!!! Anyway if you were a very small person(like 2...More
very disappointed by the standard of this B & B. Small rooms, we were allocated room in attic, up steep stairs, totally unsuitable for older people.
Breakfast was not 'luxourious' hard boiled eggs, croissant, toast and coffee. Kitchen was down stairs, no coffee seen, no...More
Blue Mountain Lodge was ok, but gimmicks like free cookies can be used to paper over some of the gaps. We stayed in the bunkhouse - fine as long as you don't want to be able use a hair dryer at the same time as...More
$70 - $221 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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