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Over Tabo Cottages
- rust en natuur
Insiders tipDe Coffee Tour to Origin is een leuke dagbesteding en leert u meer over het product waar Sumatra bekend om staat: koffie!
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Plafondventilator, badkamer met douche en een privé-veranda met uitzicht over de tuin.
Plafondventilator, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, minibar, badkamer met douche en een privé-veranda met uitzicht over de tuin en het meer.
Gelegen direct aan de oevers van het Toba-meer in het dorpje Tuktuk op het eiland Samosir.
- (Duitse) Bakkerij
- Diverse excursiemogelijkheden zoals een eilandtour, fietstour of culinaire tour
Samsosir is een prachtig schiereiland voor de kust van Sumatra. De landtong ligt in het grootste meer van Zuidoost-Azië: het Toba-meer. In deze omgeving wonen de Bataks, met hun traditionele huizen in typische stijl. Hoe de Bataks écht leven ziet u op één van de lokale markten, die verscholen liggen in de dorpen in het Bukit Barisan-gebergte. In deze dorpen kunt u ook verschillende dansuitvoeringen bijwonen. Verder ziet u hier de overblijfselen van de oude Batak-beschaving, zoals de tombes van de koningen in Tomok en de typische stenen stoelen in Ambarita. Er is van alles te zien, dus bezoek Samosir zeker tijdens uw rondreis Indonesië.
Very nice, quite hotel ideal to come to rest. Beautiful rooms/cottages, swimming pool and garden, well maintained and clean. Delicious buffet breakfast. Fabulous view on the lake. I would recommend to anyone.
We stayed for three nights with our two kids. We had fabulous upstairs interconnecting rooms in the garden, with lovely furniture outside - tables, chairs, hammocks. The staff are friendly and helpful. We ended up eating all our meals here and the food, though not special was absolutely fine. The pool area looks a little tired but kept the kids amused. Unfortunately on our last night there was some impromptu and not very tuneful singing going on, for what seeed like an age. It would have been good if staff had asked them to stop after 11pm.
"Lovely place to rest"
We spent 3 nights there. The ferry from Parapat goes almost every hour and costs 15thd Rupias. We were offered to upgrade for cottage close to swimming pool and it was a good decision. Room was quite big and clean equipped with refrigerator and bathtub. Restaurant is good and prices are reasonable. One thing which I would suggest to improve is availability food during breakfast (add selection of cerals)and exchange cofee for better -maybe from coffee machine. The rest is good.
This place had potential. Waterfront, pool, German bakery, responsive and attentive front desk staff (Alfon and Giat). But the rest was a bit disappointing. First evening: dinner was lackluster--guacamole, tempeh, and sprouts sounded like a dream, instead of microgreens, they were old and brown bean sprouts. Guac was tasteless and watery. Next: The deluxe room was basic but tolerable. We were on the first floor. The second floor ones seemed to be occupied. The shower part had an open roof that had bits of cement that kept dropping in. Sheets were too small for the bed. Rock hard pillows. Mosquitoes buzzing in my ear at night. Breakfast: stale bread, cold eggs, local cheese, lassi that tried but was not. We ate elsewhere for lunch. Dinner: salad and soup were good enough. For breakfast the next day, the bread was better but don't advertise bircher muesli when it's yogurt over some watery fruit and roasted coconut. We took the Traditional tour (750K). The viewpoint was about the only thing that was worth it. The others--Batak dance and stone chairs were too if the entrance fees were less (at least 50K per person) and there wasn't the expectation to donate more. The tomb, a ridiculous tourist trap was not worth the free entrance. Here's the kicker: the massage. We were looking forward to it. We'd missed the opportunity to get one in Medan, so we were hopeful that this would be good. The "wellness center" didn't seem to be used often. The massage tables were musty. But we settled in for a "traditional oil massage." Having lived in Indonesia for 3 years, this is something to be cautious about, but I hoped at this establishment, they'd at least choose properly trained ones, since they charge a hefty price of 220K/90 min and had their own "wellness center." It started with about a cup full of baby oil. I asked for more pressure but it was a marginal improvement. My friend at least had enough pressure but it was superficial grating against the bones. We kept hearing vehicles and people outside of the window, which had open curtains (at night). Having walked around Tuk Tuk with its hilly sidewalks, it was disconcerting to think that people from the nearby street could see us more than half naked, being oiled from head to toe. They insisted that there was no one, but we kept hearing voices outside so I asked again for them to close the curtains. The rest of the massage was irritating: more baby oil (also on our faces), careless and superficial rubbing, mosquitoes (or fleas) biting my legs. It was going to end early anyway, but when she started adding more oil to my back, I finally had enough and ended it. Don't waste your money on this.
We were booked in here as part of our tour. What a delightful surprise. Set on the side of lake tabo with lovely gardens, swimming pool and views. Very tranquil. We stayed in a junior suite on the garden side. The room is spacious, well equipped and spotlessly clean. The food in the restaurant was lovely, varied and reasonably priced. Breakfast is a buffet with freshly cooked eggs or omelette as well and breads and fresh fruits. Would love to stay here again.
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Entrada 211 (Gratis parkeren!)
1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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