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Half Board at Mount Cinnamon

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Half Board at Mount Cinnamon

Am pretty sure we will be booking a week at Mount Cinnamon shortly but am tossing up between getting only breakfast, or getting the breakfast and dinner plan (half board). Has anyone been to MC and done the half board and if so, was the dinner plan worthwhile - how many courses are included and are any drinks included?

Thanks for any information!

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1. Re: Half Board at Mount Cinnamon

The balcony at the MC restaurant is the most wonderful place to dine in the evening with a spectacular view over Grand Anse and St Georges in the distance. The food has had consistent good reports; you could do far worse than go half board. There are however many good options within walking distance of MC and so it is all down to your personal preference.

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2. Re: Half Board at Mount Cinnamon

I would stick with breakfast only. The dinner is good, but was much better at other places on the island. Also, if you are looking for true island cuisine you won't necessarily get it at MC. Getting out for dinner each night was a great way to see the island and try new foods.

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