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We stayed 1 night at the camp site right at the ocean with pur bush camper. What a great experience, it was a bit stormy and the sea was rough, but that just added to the experience. Great to stay on the edge and just...More
Great Views and nice accommodation for a stop over. Lot's to do and see in the area.
Housekeeping service staff friendly and excellent. Housekeeping manager not able to work with guests as he is very unfriendly.
Restaurant was over priced with poor quality food and...More
To be fair they are in the process of revamping the entrance to the park but have serious issues with effective as well as good service levels. Hopefully this will allow be soon over. As always the setting is spectacular due to the breathtaking scenery...More
Lovely staff, beautiful views and amazing hikes. The waterfall hike is a lil tough, take it slow, take water and a snack with, but you will not regret it. One of natures wonders.
A must do!!! (Weather permitting) we were there in the rain then...More
We stayed in a wooden cabin which was basic but convenient and reasonably priced. The hikes are nice, especially because you're (partially) hiking right next to the ocean, so the view is awesome. But: The complete shower block was under maintenance, so there was only...More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left... More
Hi, yes you can store things in the kitchen fridge at your own discretion. As with backpackers, noone can vouch for your goods and things do go missing, but you'll find that most of the time your steak will be where you left it.
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"All Oceanette accommodation offers a direct view of the sea."