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Over Liscombe Lodge
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.
- rust en natuur
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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.
• 2 Whirlpools
• Levensgroot schaakspel
• Kano- en kayakverhuur
• Kids Club
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.
"Wonderful throwback lodge"
My wife and I stayed here for one night, Thursday, September 28, 2017 with our small-group tour. Liscombe Lodge is a return to yesteryear in terms of style and architecture. Most rooms are right on the river with a wonderful view. Sure, the place is dated but it is very well kept and the service is astonishingly good. The hotel manager met our group personally and welcomed us with sincerity and good humor. Food and drink are all very good. We think this would be a very nice place for adults to stay and get away from it all for a few days in the spring or fall - you know...for a little quiet time. Planked salmon over an open fire is the specialty of the restaurant.
"Beautiful Wedding Venue"
My wife and I returned to Liscombe for our 5 year anniversary after getting married there back in 2012 so this place is very special to me. Karen the wedding planner even remembered us despite hosting so many weddings each year! The chalets are great (#2 and 8 are best) and the grounds are well maintained overall. The pace is slower at Liscombe so don't expect the same level of service that you'd get at a high end luxury property but that's part of the charm of this place. I would absolutely return here.
"Nova Scotia Hideaway"
We had a 2 night stay at this lodge in a room that overlooks the Liscomb River. The room is a little dated but the people are very friendly. The meals are fabulous. It has an indoor pool and hot tub and hiking trails. The bathroom is small but the experience here is wonderful.
"The staff are not concerned enough to warn visitors about risky hikes."
Although this lodge gets points for staying open in October when other local lodgings close down, they lose significant points for leading their guests astray regarding trails. The Mayflower trail may be fine and dry in the summer, but this past Friday, it was one of the most dangerous trails I've been on in 40 years of hiking. The entire trail was wet, slimy to the point of being dangerous and very muddy. This might have been tolerable, but where the trail meets the river, the trail was completely under water. This meant that I had to scale the cliff behind the trail and bushwhack through the trees around the cliff to get back onto the trail. The branches knocked my $150.00 circular polarizing filter off my camera. By the time I reached the end of the trail, I was soaked to my groin and both hiking boots were filled with mud. When I recommended that the staff shut down the trail, they fobbed me off and said that they would just tell other hikers that it was wet. I don't feel that that is adequate and suggested they put a sign at the beginning of the trail, warning other hikers that part of the trail is under water. They refused. This was the most expensive hike I've ever been on and I didn't appreciate the cavalier manner of the staff and general manager. I would NOT recommend this lodge.
"Step back to the 1950s or '60s"
The advantage of the Liscombe Lodge is that it's a good place to stay to break-up the drive from Halifax to Cape Breton. There's not much other choice on this coastal drive and in this rural area. My lodge room was immaculately clean but had the appearance of a typical 1950s or '60s motel. The bathroom ceramic tile, fixtures, and laminate sink counter all looked new. Bottom line, this is a simple, unpretentious place. Be aware that the photos on the website homepage may not accurately depict the room you get. Some of the photos show Lodge rooms with king bed, a sofa or two upholstered chairs, and wood paneling. But when you reserve a room online, the site automatically defaults to only Lodge rooms with two double beds. I made reservations over 9 months in advance, and did not find any Lodge room choices that matched the photos on the website. The "comfortable seating area", as described on the website, is a misnomer. My room only had a small round table and two hardback dining chairs for seating. Maybe a phone call to reserve, instead of on-line, would have enabled me to get a more comfortable and enjoyable room. I didn't try that. The Lodge common area in my building was totally uninviting--dark and sparsely furnished with old, dreary chairs in disarray around the room. It looked like it had not been cleaned up after an earlier event. Lounge and restaurant service was spotty. We waited over 10 minutes in the Lounge before a bartender showed up. We wondered if the Lounge was closed. Even though the dining room for both dinner and breakfast was only about half full, we were seated at the worst tables in the house both times. Our breakfast table was beside the kitchen door and beverage prep area--busy, noisy, and unpleasant. The dining room hostess appeared completely confused by the task of ushering guests to tables. Requests by others and us for different tables in the half-empty dining room were refused. Even then, the food was excellent. Dinner salmon was delicious and breakfast was also very good. We enjoyed a kayak row on the river and the peacefulness of the location, but don't have much else to brag about.
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1114 AA Amsterdam-Duivendrecht
Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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