We bought a scoop on voucher and went to Nyamup last year when it wasn't on trip advisor.
The deal included 2 nights at $150 in a bed and breakfast.
The setting of Nyamup Holiday Village is beautiful and remote...and that's where the good stuff ends.
We were in room 4 which was next to the chooks...who proceeded to wake us up at 5am. When we went to shut the windows, we were presented with broken glass, cobwebs, dust, dead insects and chicken poo.
The noise travels somewhat dramatically in the house and we heard every moment of our neighbours...and I mean EVERYTHING.
The bathroom was also next to our room which was filthy. I felt a further shower was required after you'd gotten out to wash the scum away which sits around the bath. And the toilet! Words cant express how foul it was.
To top it off, there were no keys to the rooms so our personal possessions were left unsecured. Needless to say, we took everything with us.
The breakfast provided was some bread, stale muffins and crumpets with some milk which was almost out of date. The water container was empty (and you couldn't drink the tap water) and the cereal boxes were almost empty.
We bought two vouchers=4 nights...we left after two it was that bad.
The lady who showed us to our room was a wonderful woman who I can not fault. I did try and look for her on day 2 to complain but she was no where to be seen therefore when we tried to complain to scoop on on our return, they wouldn't entertain us because we didn't complain to the host. They couldn't care less that we couldn't actually find her to make the necessary complaints!
We have stayed at other places on deal vouchers and they have all been excellent...this place on the other hand was an embarrassment. Do not waste your money and look elsewhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nyamup is nestled deep in the beautiful South West forest region of Western Australia. Nyamup is perfect for a quiet romantic weekend, family getaway or a group holiday.Our rustic self-contained cottages are the original timber workers homes and each one has been lovingly renovated and restored to reflect the bygone era. ... more less