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Liscombe Lodge

De Liscombe Lodge is prachtig gelegen aan de Eastern Shore en is een aanrader voor natuurliefhebbers.

Vanaf € 117,- p.p.p.n. bij een 2pk Offerte Meer info
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De Liscombe Lodge is voor elke natuurliefhebber een droombestemming, omringd door een adembenemend landschap, en de warme gastvrijheid maken u verblijf compleet. Alle kamers hebben een eigen balkon en bieden uitzicht op de Liscomb River, de romantische chalets zijn gelegen midden in het bos. De lodge biedt een groot aantal faciliteiten en activiteiten zoals een buitenzwembad, kano en kajak verhuur en een prima restaurant met uitzicht op de Liscomb River.


  • kindvriendelijk
  • rust en natuur
Liscombe Lodge
Liscomb Mills
v.a. € 117 (per persoon, bij een 2pk)

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Hotelkamer in hoofdgebouw met WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffiezetapparaat, strijkijzer/strijklank, twee dubbele bedden, zithoek. Badkamer met douche. Balkon met uitzicht op de rivier.

Zoals Standard, ruimer en luxer met 1 twee-persoonsbed, badkamer met bad.

Twee slaapkamers met ieder 2 twee- persoonsbedden, badkamer, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, veranda. Kamers kunnen apart geboekt worden en zijn gescheiden door gezamenlijke ruimte met openhaard.

Vrijstaande, houten chalet, met WiFi, televisie, telefoon, koffiezetapparaat, strijkijzer/strijklank, 1 twee-persoonsbed en open haard. Privé-veranda met uitzicht op de rivier.


Gelegen in de bossen, aan de Liscomb River.

Aantal kamers



• Restaurant

• Binnenzwembad

• 2 Whirlpools

• Sauna

• Fitnessruimte

• Tennisbaan

• Basketbalnet

• Levensgroot schaakspel

• Fietsverhuur

• Kano- en kayakverhuur

• Boetiek


• Kids Club

• Vissen

• Fietsen

• Kajakvaren

Liscomb Mills is een klein dorpje in Nova Scotia, gelegen aan een kleine baai aan de monding van de Liscomb River. Omgeven door prachtige natuurgebieden waar u kunt hiken en kanoën.

"Great little place"

Lovely chalet down by the river with all mod cons. Even wifi was strong. Food was excellent and good value. Ryan certainly keeps the restaurant running smoothly. Wood burning stove primed and ready to go. Bathroom was basic but functional. Otherwise it could be five star. Would recommend it.

"Perfect Family Getaway"

We had a wonderful weekend at Liscombe Lodge, despite some less than perfect weather. The pool was terrific- so warm - our toddler loved it. The food in the restaurant was outstanding (but it does fall on the pricey side). We had a great time in front of the fire in the Riverside lodge chatting with other guests and met some very nice people, all of whom also seemed to be enjoying their stay. The river tour with Chester was a great afternoon activity, despite a little rain. Chester, like all the staff we encountered, was warm, friendly and helpful. I've already booked another weekend this summer, during which we hope to be able to enjoy more of the outside activities - kayaking, canoeing and campfires, but regardless, we are already looking forward to returning. The only negative comment I might make was the children's play structure is badly in need of a coat of paint. We were a little nervous to let our son play on it because of a lot of flaking sharp pieces of rusty paint. A newer swingset/slide/climbing structure would be a great addition to the property!

"One night was not enough"

Spent just one night at Liscombe Lodge on a 2-week tour of the Atlantique Maritimes. Location and surroundings were lovely; room was quiet, spacious, simply furnished and with a nice view from its balcony over the water. Restaurant was excellent - good food and great views, though it was VERY quiet when we visited so we were maybe particularly lucky (service was likewise excellent, perhaps for the same reason). If there is a downside, the internet access was slow and there was no mobile phone signal (perhaps a boon!). Our accommodation was part of a package so we don't know detailed costs; the food prices were fine, though the wine prices were 10-20% higher (for the same wines) than we had experienced elsewhere. We wished we had spent a second night to enjoy the surroundings - it is not really a 'one night stop' venue if one has time to spend longer - maybe next time!

"Stopping through, but could have stayed for a few days!"

My fiance and my mom and I stayed here on our way to Cape Breton. We stayed in the "lodge" part of the resort. The room was exceptionally clean, the temperature was easy to adjust and the view from the balcony was amazing, even for a first floor room. I was really blown away by the effort and thought put into this place. There are many amenities available for guests including a very warm indoor pool (and hot tubs), game room, hiking, and free kayak/canoe rental. I could have stayed here for two or three nights and would have been very comfortable. Some guests commented about the prices in the restaurant. I'll agree that they were a little bit high, but the quality was well worth it. They offer a very nice menu with chef quality offerings and great views of the river and dozens of finches in the bird feeders. I would recommend this to anyone going to Cape Breton or traveling along the east coast of Nova Scotia.

"Worth about half of their prices; not good for traveling through type stays"

We were fooled by other reviews so let me be honest: Pros: scenery, sounds of nature, fairly clean, good food, promoting eco-friendly options, and friendly staff outside the dining/restaurant area Cons: HIGH priced for what you get, food is HIGH priced, service in the restaurant was non-existent after the initial entry, water pressure dwindled down to nearly nothing, shower was difficult to operate, washer/dryer are ancient, the bed was too soft/felt every move, smelled old house funky (esp in the hallway; we ventilated the room), water bottles put in the room with price tags, no cell service, VERY slow internet provided Further details: We travel on a motorcycle so laundry is a priority for us when we stay; this washer and dryer the advertised for guests are the worst set we have ever seen or used. (the condition, the function, the age) First, it wasn't filling with water and my wise husband figured out it was disconnected and had to reconnect the hoses. After the wash, the clothes washed didn't feel clean and the dryer actually ruined some of our clothes by discoloring them...socks came out of the wash white like they should but the picture shows after the dryer. Also clothes didn't dry even after 2 hrs in the dryer. We left with wet clothes, wearing dirty and the reason we chose it was it offered laundry. Then there was the restaurant that required reservations unless you sit in the bar. Since laundry had to be our priority, we didn't want to commit to a time with a reservation and walked into the "bar" area where we were supposed to be able to be served without a reservation. After waiting a bit, we got up and got our own menus. After nobody came to the table after more time and reviewing their ridiculous prices, we left and ate snacks for dinner. We were neglected, but there was a wedding party taking top priority. The shower was difficult to operate as it had no real handle to pull/push and with wet hands, a straight stick shaped pull/push doesn't work well. Then, there was the lack of water pressure and water just dribbling out when my husband wasn't done showering yet. (Not to mention stepping out of the tub you had VERY limited space as the toilet was right there and the door was right there......SO cramped it was hard to use. You had move out of the way to open the door, and watch out for the toilet or you'll be hitting that trying to get out of the way of the door. The "free" breakfast that was included tasted very good based on the bit we tasted and had all that we would have wanted for options (though we didn't eat much as we felt like we were rushed by the staff in the restaurant and there was no way to get more coffee) We could see they offered other options for some folks who are actually staying; a pool, kayaks, bikes, etc. But we felt like we were paying extra for all those options that we didn't use/had no intention of using; we just wanted a good washer and dryer and decent bed to get a good sleep. That was too much to ask here. We pay far less (under $120) for FAR more at other hotels, that have the same priced laundry with machines that are up to date and in working order (Laundry is a priority for some folks and there are hotels that recognize this!) They give courtesy water. They provide adequate coffee/creamer/sugar without charging for it. They treat us as if we are important guests while dining. They have plenty of towels.

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