Always difficult when places change hands. What you see today may not be what the new guys want for the future. In the case of Sheavens, this was certainly true. The place was extremely tired and in need of huge expense to bring it up to date. Rooms were very sparse, dimly lit and the air-con didn't work. Swimming pool was out of action when we stayed. Also worth noting that this is NOT a beach resort. It fronts the sea, that is true, but it does not have a beach. I wish the new owners the very best of luck, but they do have a lot to do!
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