Mrs Ellen A.
- United Kingdom
on 25 Apr 2014
We had a lovely stop here but the service was even slower than Dedza we almost gave up with breakfast as still had a 6 hour drive home. Clean and helpful and the food was good when it arrived.
Ms Emma D.
on 02 Jan 2013
We arrived at this lodge and they did not appear to have a record of the booking initially although they did find it, they could not tell us if we were full/half/BB rate. The rooms were spacious and on the beach but were not serviced during our stay and became full of sand. We all were bitten by a lot of mosquitoes and there was a lot of nightime noise around our chalets. We arranged a guide via the manager to take us into the town to do a slave/cultural tour, but he did not turn up and after waiting an hour we went on our own and managed to find a local guide in town, but this was disappointing as he was not very knowledgeable. The food was good but they were unable to supply any fresh fruit for our son which seemed surprising in the mango season. We enjoyed walking across to the pottery where we shopped and had a good lunch, but our overall impression was that the management of the lodge was weak and standards had slipped since the RSC last visited. I would not recommend it for anything other than an overnight stay en route north or south up the M5.
Mr Limbani M.
on 30 Dec 2011
love the meals and the place is heaven, away from busy life its just quite and exciting.
Mr Derrick S.
- United Kingdom
on 21 Sep 2011
- There were not enough activities to keep us entertained
- The beach was great and the kids loved it.
- Boat was broken - so no boat rides
- Rooms are definitely basic (but clean),
- We were not so happy about having the loud TV next door, whilst we were trying to sleep
Mrs Renate G.
on 18 Aug 2011