We booked into this guesthouse because it looked brass-bed, mountain-view, open-fire romantic on the web. It cost $150 a night for just the room. We were hopefull. It was the most bare little motel room imaginable, with curtains of such skimpy proportions that people could look under and around - and through the middle. Cream, bad-taste 70's decor - tiny and cramped with a mere double bed. Gruseome and barely worth $70 no matter which way you looked at it - open to the street, noisy, and no curtains.
When we went to dinner to hear the angelic voice of Katie Noonan, we were told by our wonderful tablemates (over rather yummy Barramundi and slightly tough steak) that if you are a newbie - they give you the motel rooms. We knew our status in an instant.
When we went to the bar to have a pre-show drink, there was no bar person - they had run out of ice. When the did show up, prices were great and the show was transporting. Great set-up - like you are at a wedding but don't know the couple.
So - don't let them put you in the motel. Do tell them that cream decor and cramped rooms are not romantic. Offer to make them new curtains - cheap.
Only Katie Noonan's voice could rescue the event.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking