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Over Paperbark Camp
Paperbark Camp ligt in een bosrijke omgeving dichtbij stranden en verschillende nationale parken. U bevindt zich midden in de natuur. Vanuit uw volledig ingerichte tent hoort u de vogeltjes fluiten. Wilt u er een dag op uit? Dan kunt u gebruik maken van gratis fietsen en het personeel maakt met alle liefde een picknickmandje voor u klaar.
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KamerbeschrijvingenOriginal Safari Tent
Luxe tent, buitenbadkamer met douche en veranda.
Deluxe Safari Tent
Zoals Original Safari Tent, buitenbadkamer met bad en douche.
Gelegen aan Currambene Creek in Jervis Bay, op vier kilometer afstand van Huskisson en op twee uur rijden vanaf Sydney.
• Fiets- en kanogebruik
De staat New South Wales biedt voor ieder wat wils. Van witte zandstranden tot een kleurrijke onderwaterwereld en van pittoreske dorpjes tot prachtige wandelgebieden.
Tent has enough comfort. So glad there is no TV. Food was a very nice surprise. Sophisticated enough but not pretentious. Great breakfast which allowed us to keep going all day. Great service from the friendly staff. Tent was nice. If anything the lounge music in the morning was a tad too loud. But apart from that a great experience
"Pretty good glamping experience"
I stayed here on a dirty weekend and found the tent experience a bit of a novelty, and is close to Huskisson and most of the South Coast. The tents get cold in the cooler months but the hotel provides hot water bottles and hot water is provided every morning. The shower/bathroom/toilet is fantastic. It's open to nature but is screened over head height for modesty from the other guests. The provided shower products are good. The shower is gas instantaneous and is really hot if you want it to be. As part of the deal, the Gunyah restaurant offers a 3-course meal with locally-grown ingredients which gives a bit of a bush Australian experience. While there is outdoor equipment provided - mainly bikes and canoes - I would suggest you bring your own bike if you want to ride around the local area, outside the Camp. For the cost and the image, I would suggest Paperbark tee up some activities on water and on bike with other local providers for a bit of a social experience to round off the premium image. Overall, a good weekend experience in and around the grounds, and a good launching point to explore the South Coast.
"Exceeded expectations. A magical weekend!"
Absolute heaven! The staff were brilliant! Welcoming, friendly, helpful and generally fantastic at making your stay special. The hot water bottles are a lovely touch as is the hot thermos delivered to your door in the morning. The tents are super comfortable and feel luxurious. The grounds beautiful. the restaurant was lovely, excellent wine list, delicious fresh produce we ate vegetarian and gluten free. When we werent around for our first breakfast the staff left a breakfast picnic in the fridge for us. My only minor feedback is eating vegetarian the meals were lacking in protein other than cheese but it was delicious! An absolutely outstanding experience. Cant wait to return!
"I went with low expectations and came home underwhelmed."
Bring in the bulldozer. It's tired, run down, poorly staffed and unworthy of the high rates. To suggest this is so called "glamping" would be a stretch even for the highest markers. The tents are not "critter-proof" and we had a possum spend the night in our bathroom, crash..bang...wham for 2-3 hours. The only expectation exceeded was the food. Chef gets 4 stars, an excellent dinner and breakfast.
"Warming Food - Cold Living"
We stayed two nights in late September arriving during heavy rain and generally poor weather. The website is very clear in terms of facilities (no power or heating in the tents), however the spring weather meant that the entire camp was very cold - even the restaurant - the only warm spot was in front of the fire in the main building. This somewhat ruined the novelty of the tents as we didn't want to spend any time in them except sleeping (with as many hot water bottles as we could acquire) as they were permanently cold and damp (best leave your clothes zipped in your suitcase). So the accommodation was average (and a bit tired) but admittedly as advertised. The food was absolutely excellent - breakfast and dinner were exceptional on both days - and we took advantage of the kayaks and the games around camp, however in summary I recommend this as a summer destination.
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