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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.
"Get a package deal"
We got a package which included breakfast one day and breakfast and dinner another day as well as a day trip to Sherbrooke village. By the time you factor in the free use of canoes and kayaks and bicycles and the beautiful setting, the cost is reasonable. The maintenance people were very helpful as well as most of the front desk personnel. The setting for the breakfast buffet, which is excellent, is wonderful as there are bird feeders right outside the large windows where you can see all kinds of birds feeding in the morning. We did the Liscombe River hike which starts close to the Lodge which was a great 3 hour hike on a beautiful day. The rooms were a little dated but were very room and comfortable with nice views from the deck. We saw an eagle from the boat dock. The tour of the Sherbrooke village was an interesting add-on and had a great German apple cake.
"Great location, large room, restaurant overpriced"
This hotel is at a great location, directly at the river. Several hikes start from here and you can hire canoes and bikes. Rooms are spaceous, with two queen beds, free wifi and a balcony. No fridge, but ice is available at the restaurant. They have an indoor pool which did not look highly attractive to me. The place is a bit rundown here and there, but this did not bother us, the views make up for it and there are no other options in Liscombe Mills either. We found the restaurant overpriced though; wines starting at $9 per glass and main courses also quite expensive, and it is not fine dining. Probably one of the most expensive restaurants we visited during our 2.5 weeks in the Maritimes (and we have vistited some fine dining places too), but definately not one of the better ones. But again, you simply do not have other options here. Service is friendly though. Breakfast was included in our package, with table service for coffee and juice only and a DIY buffet with hot food. This was okay but again not great.
"Nice but Expensive. "
We enjoyed our visit here. It is very expensive to eat here and there's not many other choices in the area. Nice view from the cottage deck. My son's Enjoyed the lawn chess and game room (tho one pool stick was bent and the other missing a tip). Canoes and kayaks are also in very poor condition. Too bad because location is great for paddlers.
"Throwback in time.....and rustic"
First of all this place is in the middle of nowhere so make sure you fill your gas tank on the way in - it's 25 minutes back to Sherbrooke (gas stations close at 5 pm) and 45 minutes to Sheet Harbour. At the recommendation of another traveler I met in Baddeck (an elderly gent who was a Nova Scotia native) we decided to inquire about the chalets - he said to stay there rather than in the main lodge. Got there and were told that the chalets had a fireplace but was told that they were rustic. I said "does that mean spiders?"; the desk staff laughed and said there would be no spiders. It was almost dark when we checked in and our chalet was the next to the last one on the dirt road.....that was dark. The chalet had a porch and a main room with sofa, chair, mini fridge; and a bedroom separated by an accordion door. It looked like something from the 1950s. There was a fridge and a TV with satellite reception. The fireplace turned out to be a wood burning stove with a wire mesh on the front. Good stock of wood. Since it was cool we decided to light the fireplace. I read the info for guests which said to lock your vehicles and not leave valuables in car and not to open the door to strangers.....slightly creeped me out. It was the middle of the woods in the middle of nowhere. And under these circumstances I would not have opened the door to anyone unless the place was on fire. It was a bit of a restless sleep. The next morning I woke to find a BIG spider in the bathtub - so much for no spiders. And my travel companion had a spider bite on the leg. I can't say that that was the spider that did it but no bite was noticeable the day before. (A doctor verified the spider bite.) So in retrospect the chalet was a bit too rustic for me and I probably would have slept better in the main lodge. Kayaks available for guests and you can kayak out on the river and to the bay. Hiking trails. The gym for guests was in serious need of updating. We didn't use the pool. We paid the $20 extra for breakfast included - if you don't you'll need to plan on driving 25 to 45 minutes for breakfast (or any other prepared meal). More woodsy types will probably feel right at home here.
"Great Rustic Family Resort"
We took a total of (8) of our family to the Liscombe Lodge Resort for four days and we all had a great time. It's a beautiful riverside setting with trails to explore, an indoor pool that the teenagers loved, tennis court, kayaks and canoes and bicycles available. The large restaurant windows have a never ending wildlife show with birds and squirrels and even the occasional rabbit. Staff was universally friendly and helpful even arranging for us to have kayak access at our convenience at 5:30 AM. Nearby the old restored village of Sherbrooke gave us an interesting morning too. Overall excellent.
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Tel. 020 - 398 93 98
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