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Spent one night at Gammelgard B&B in Nagu in late June with a friend. We were cycling in the archipelago for three days and this was one of our two B&B experiences during the trip. We booked Gammergard via the archipelago's common information service www.saaristo.org Our rate for the B&B service in a room without bathroom was EUR 83, ie. including the overnight stay and breakfast for two people. Finding Gammelgard was a bit difficult as there was no direct street address for the place on the website and there were no good signs in Nagu center to point us to the correct place. We did had a vague map we had printed from the website of the place and using that as well as common sense we found the place. It's located about 10 minute leisurly bike ride from the Nagu guest harbor. The Gammelgard atmosphere reminded me of an older farm house. Most of the rooms they rent seem to be located in the main building but there are a couple separate buildings as well which included some rooms to my understanding. Our room was on the first floor of the main building and it was quite spacious for two people. There were two beds, a sofa bed, a closet for clothes as well as desk. Although the room was clean (not spotless clean, however) it would need serious updating in order to make it more comfortable. The textiles and furniture were from the 70's I guess. We were close to the bathroom and two separate toilets, so we did find it was easy to use them even though we didn't have a bathroom or toilet of our own. As for the room, the bathroom and toilets were clean but not spotless clean and would require updating. One of the buildings serves as a pizzeria and we ate there that evening. Pizza was delicious and service very friendly. The pizzas cost about EUR 9 and a glass of wine was about EUR 5t. Breakfast was served in the dining hall of the main building from 8 to 10. Bfast consisted of porridge, cerials, bread, ham, cheese, milk, juice, coffee and tea. Very basic but enough to start the day. All in all it was an okay B&B experience but if they did some updating with the property the place would be much nicer. Also, the price they charge seems steep. During the summer time it is easy to find good hotel rooms (ie. with own bathroom) at same rates on the mainland Finland.…
Date of stay: June 2008
Check-in / front desk
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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