Maqai Beach Eco Resort, Cakaudrove
Maqai Beach Eco Resort, Cakaudrove
Maqai Beach Eco Resort, Cakaudrove
Maqai Beach Eco Resort, Cakaudrove
Maqai Beach Eco Resort, Cakaudrove
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Maqai Beach Eco Resort

Cakaudrove

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647arianes
17 Mar 2020
Where do I begin? With our welcome cermeony when all staff came to sing for us and greet us with true Fijian hospitality? Or the Kava ceremony that followed that night? Or the breathtaking views of the beach from or bure? Or the world class surf my husband experienced? I mean, the list goes on and on... and on!!!! My husband and I traveled as a couple in February. He is an experienced surfer and I am a non-surfer. He enjoyed the surf as often as he wanted to. Our surf guide and now our friend (Ouli) would take him to the breaks twice a day for two awesome sessions. I would stay at the resort and read for hours on the hammock out front of our bure. So from a surfer's perspective: untapped breaks that are consistent and guides who help you navigate the surf. From a non surfers perspective: plenty of non surf related activites to do or do NOTHING and just relax! We can't thank the staff at Maqai enough for making our trip one we will NEVER forget. Each and everyone of you are some of the most genuine people I have ever met. YOU are what made our trip. Sure, when we think back to Fiji we remember the surf, the views, the snorkeling, etc.. but what we really miss and our fondest memories are of YOU-our Fijian family! To travelers: If you are seeking a five star Fijian experience in terms of authenticity- this is the place for you, look no further. If you are expecting a five star experience in terms of accommodations... this is glamping. Your views, the surf and the staff are five star but the accommodations are, as advertised...GLAMPING. For us, this was fine and made our experience feel more authentic. The resort was quiet, our room was very clean and the grounds are well maintained. It does get warm in the bures at night (well traveled during the hottest time of year) but there are fans that help to keep you cool. The Kava at night helps as well ;). We also slept with the windows open which helped. Showers in the rooms have the option of cold and hot water. We will absolutely be back to Maqai in the future and have already recomended our friends pay this gem a visit! THANK YOU for an experience we will NEVER forget.
acjb1978
04 Mar 2020
If you're looking to immerse yourself in all the colours blue, amidst the lush contrasts of tropical stormclouds and prehistoric rainforest, then come to Maqai. Our week here with the wonderful Maqai resort team was one to remember. We were spoilt in every way and felt like some kind of royalty as we bounced between one pleasurable activity to the next. The surfing was incredible. We surfed so much we barely had energy for anything else. Fortunately the accommodation and copious hammock supply helped recovery. Oh and the generous meals served up in the Sandbar were a treat. Our bure was situated amongst the trees right over the beach so went to sleep with the sound of waves lapping up over the pristine beach below. Cathy and the team have made this resort into such a warm and inviting place. It is little wonder that so many guests these days are return visitors. Vinaka!
benstewartkoster
18 Feb 2020 - Berlibur dengan teman
If you're reading this, you should stay here. Two of us just spent an awesome week at Maqai. We surfed twice a day most days. And it was epic. A beautiful right hand reef break all the way out to sea, all to ourselves. The helpful guidance of Ouli and Navo meant that even when there was a decent sweep off the reef, we knew where to sit for the takeoff. Went on a great snorkelling trip when the winds were up and the surf was blown out. And we chilled in the Sand Bar drinking ice cold beers out of the freezer, playing table tennis and laughing with the staff. When we stepped out of the boat and onto the sand at Maqai for the first time, Cathy said "Welcome Home" and it immediately felt that way. It felt like we had a new family and we didn't ever want to leave. Honestly, what more can you ask for? Cheers to Cathy, Salt and Pepper, Mama Lucy, John, Mossy, Johnathon, Barb, and Ouli, Navo, Bale, Joe and everyone else on the team. I already miss our new four legged friend, Sooki :-) The only problem is I didn't take any good photos because we were so lost in the surf, afternoon sleeps and feasting at meal times!
s_cat24
05 Feb 2020
Bula! My husband and I had been to Suva and Nadi before for work, but we'd never visited the outer islands, so we ventured to the remote Lau group and to Qamea for our honeymoon in November 2019. A few things to consider as you're reading this review: 1) We're not "resort" people. Although we've stayed in some fine boutique hotels on occasion, we avoid sanitized accommodations far removed from the people who inhabit the places to which we travel. We chose Maqai because it seemed resort-like enough to spoil us a bit on our honeymoon but affordable enough that we didn't have to choose between the amenities offered and the length of time we wanted to spend in Fiji (three weeks). 2) My husband and I have sailed to 30 and 20 Pacific islands respectively, so we're not unfamiliar with Oceania. 3) My husband is a research diver and I snorkel any chance I get--we love being under and on top of the water. I surf a bit, but I don't travel specifically to do so, and we didn't surf or even intend to surf at Maqai. 4) I used to run the galley on a sailboat in the Pacific, and we both love local and unique foods. With that established... Cathy and the folks at Maqai gave us a honeymoon to remember, and we're forever grateful that we got to spend a week with all of you! If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure with comfortable, clean accommodations and great food, look no further than Maqai! Cathy was communicative prior to our arrival, and the truck ride and boat transport were exactly as described--the tide will dictate how wet you get (ankle-deep for a second or wading knee-deep for a hundred yards) and whether you'll be walking on rocks or sand, so pay attention to their instructions and bring water shoes. We were really disappointed when we arrived to find that although we'd booked a bure on the beach (because according to the site, they are all on the beach), we were placed in the only bure that was set back in between the crew quarters and the clothes lines. The place was full, and Cathy was extremely apologetic, and honestly, if it hadn't been our honeymoon, we may not have even brought it to their attention. It was only 30 feet from the beach, after all, and there were plenty of comfy swings and hammocks right on the beach for us to enjoy every day. But it WAS our honeymoon, and we were spending more than we ever do on accommodation because we were spoiling ourselves in celebration, so we were transparent with Cathy that this wasn't what we'd booked. She promised to move us as soon as she was able--three days into a seven-day stay, but more than made up for it with other amenities. First, Cathy sent us on a complementary full-day trip around Qamea with three unforgettable snorkeling stops and a beach picnic. The first was Michelle's Reef--a huge shallow-water stretch of stunningly colorful corals and soft white sand. We were awed by huge patches of purple stag coral and dozens of other species; small sharks; sea turtles; and a huge diversity of fishes. Our guides told us that this reef had been hit pretty hard by Cyclone Winston in 2016, but without the other pressures associated with reef degradation, it was already rebounding beautifully. My husband said he hadn't seen coral diversity like it since The Great Barrier Reef in the 1980s, and although I've been looking at reefs from Hawaii to Kingman to the Society Islands, I'd never seen anything close to what we saw there. Second, we stopped at a horseshoe cove with a reef that ringed the cove all the way to the beach and dropped at least 30 feet or more in some places. A totally different reef experience, with soft corals like whip corals usually seen at greater depths and a small ray in the sand below us. We ate lunch on the beach, then took a boat ride to the third snorkeling spot--an endless unbroken stretch of stag corals and a shipwreck. I'd never before seen 100% coral cover--a real treasure. It was one of those days that will be forever remembered for its stunning beauty but also because it gave us a glimpse of what the reefs once were in so many places easier to access than this. Once we were moved to our beachfront bure, we had a surprise from Cathy and the rest of the staff. The chef set up a beautiful, flower-filled table right on our lanai overlooking the water. While everyone else was eating in the communal dining area (which is lovely and fun, too!), we were served in private and treated to a complementary bottle of wine. It was incredibly romantic, and I believe is offered as part of the honeymoon package, which we hadn't chosen only because we'd seen "private" tables set up at resort-like spots that weren't really private at all because there are people watching from the restaurant and walking by. This was, by virtue of the set-up, completely private. We ate and sipped wine as the waves broke in the sand fifteen feet from where we sat by candlelight. Cathy and her team went out of their way to ensure that our honeymoon was special, and for that, we'll be forever grateful. In fact, they were incredibly accommodating and catered to our every need! One of my favorite treats in the islands is sprouted coconut--a ball of sweetness that doubles as snack and dessert. We asked about it, and just a few hours later, we saw a couple of people delivering them by boat. That afternoon, we snacked on vara while learning to weave baskets from fronds (another one of the activities offered). I felt like we were on Fantasy Island! The weather was just ok while we were there--some days of sun and calm seas for swimming and snorkeling on the reef right in front of Maqai, and some days of reading on the lanai and listening to the waves that made snorkeling impossible and swimming not an attractive option. But that's Fiji--particularly from the southeast to the northeast--and it's to be expected. The snorkeling directly from Maqai is fantastic--shallow and then a drop-off. We spent two whole afternoons just exploring in front of the bures and around the corner. Maqai is very specific that snorkeling is not allowed at low tide, as there are only a couple of inches of water over the highest point of the reef at low tide. If you're very careful, you can float over on calm days, but you can't kick with fins and you may have to know where to grab onto rock, sand, or dead coral to avoid affecting the living corals. Unfortunately, other guests there at the same time blatantly stepped all over the reef after snorkeling in at low tide. Perhaps Maqai can take opportunities like that to educate guests about preserving the reef, or maybe make it part of a short talk upon arrival. In addition to snorkeling, we kayaked and we hiked. The first hike we took was the short one behind Maqai, where I saw an elusive orange dove that's apparently a bird-watcher's dream, as well as lots of parrots and other brightly colored tropical species. The view was astounding, and we got a good look at the surf break that brings many people to Maqai. We also hired one of the Maqai guides to take us on a boat ride to the other side of Qamea, then a hike up to the tower and back down to Maqai. It was a true jungle adventure that definitely required a guide and a machete! If you're not accustomed to off-the-track hiking, this isn't for you, as we encountered tangled roots, loose footing, steep climbing, obscured paths, land crabs, fire ants, sea snakes, and the Lady of Qamea--but if you want to get a feel for the land and the way the people who live there move through it, and if you want some breathtaking views and a great workout, have Mosi take you on this hike! The food at Maqai is wonderful. It was adventurous enough to keep us happy but not so adventurous that the average person who chooses Maqai would be unhappy. We overheard one of the other guests complain that she was tired of so much fish, but my response to that would be to suggest that she stay home instead of traveling to a rather remote island where fish is a staple of the diet. Stomp your carbon footprint elsewhere, ma'am. Eat local. In fact, my husband and I would have liked more fish, more taro, and especially, more palu sami, and more fresh coconut milk. But we know we're not the norm. As someone who has had to plan and prepare meals for 40 university students for six weeks at sea, I think the chef did an absolutely incredible job melding the foods and flavors of the islands with the foods that Kiwis, Ausies, and Americans would be comfortable with for weeks at a time. The meals were presented beautifully, too! There's also ping pong, volleyball, and paddle boarding if all of the above aren't enough to keep to you busy. We spent a couple of nights chatting with our fellow guests, drinking beer, and knocking a ball back and forth. But it's not so much of a party spot that you can't, as we did on most nights, retreat to your bure to be lulled to sleep by the waves. We didn't opt for a village visit and traditional kava ceremony because we'd just spent a week in a village, but if you haven't had that experience, we highly recommend it for a better understanding of the place you're visiting. I noticed that one of the other reviews complained about cane toads all over the property. They're not cane toads. I happily shared my foot bath with a cute little toad for our entire stay. Enjoy. Thanks to the entire staff of Maqai for our unforgettable honeymoon! We hope to come back again soon!
Donnaqueeen
01 Feb 2020 - Berlibur dengan teman
Bula! Beautiful place and beautiful people. Food and facilities were faultless.we felt very welcome as soon as we arrived and this kindness continued throughout our stay. We had such fun with all the wonderful people that worked there, I think despite the amazing surroundings and fun activities,it was the hospitality that was the highlight of the holiday. Great place to go with a group of friends . We never felt on top of each other facilities allowed for mingling when wanted and private quiet get aways also.very eco friendly and meals prepared using veggies grown behind the kitchen.
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Qamea, Taveuni,Northern Islands
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11 AM
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Di mana alamat Maqai Beach Eco Resort?
Maqai Beach Eco Resort beralamat di Qamea, Taveuni,Northern Islands
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Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Wifi
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
  • Spa
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Wifi
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Area piknik
Payung pantai
Kursi berjemur di pantai
Taman
Snack bar/deli
Di pantai pribadi
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Penitipan anak atau bayi (biaya tambahan)
 

Review

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4.5
Dari 217 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
5.0
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
72
Keluarga
27
Wisata sendiri
39
Berlibur dengan teman
46
Bisnis
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647arianes
17 Mar 2020 -
Where do I begin? With our welcome cermeony when all staff came to sing for us and greet us with true Fijian hospitality? Or the Kava ceremony that followed that night? Or the breathtaking views of the beach from or bure? Or the world class surf my husband experienced? I mean, the list goes on and on... and on!!!! My husband and I traveled as a couple in February. He is an experienced surfer and I am a non-surfer. He enjoyed the surf as often as he wanted to. Our surf guide and now our friend (Ouli) would take him to the breaks twice a day for two awesome sessions. I would stay at the resort and read for hours on the hammock out front of our bure. So from a surfer's perspective: untapped breaks that are consistent and guides who help you navigate the surf. From a non surfers perspective: plenty of non surf related activites to do or do NOTHING and just relax! We can't thank the staff at Maqai enough for making our trip one we will NEVER forget. Each and everyone of you are some of the most genuine people I have ever met. YOU are what made our trip. Sure, when we think back to Fiji we remember the surf, the views, the snorkeling, etc.. but what we really miss and our fondest memories are of YOU-our Fijian family! To travelers: If you are seeking a five star Fijian experience in terms of authenticity- this is the place for you, look no further. If you are expecting a five star experience in terms of accommodations... this is glamping. Your views, the surf and the staff are five star but the accommodations are, as advertised...GLAMPING. For us, this was fine and made our experience feel more authentic. The resort was quiet, our room was very clean and the grounds are well maintained. It does get warm in the bures at night (well traveled during the hottest time of year) but there are fans that help to keep you cool. The Kava at night helps as well ;). We also slept with the windows open which helped. Showers in the rooms have the option of cold and hot water. We will absolutely be back to Maqai in the future and have already recomended our friends pay this gem a visit! THANK YOU for an experience we will NEVER forget.
acjb1978
04 Mar 2020 -
If you're looking to immerse yourself in all the colours blue, amidst the lush contrasts of tropical stormclouds and prehistoric rainforest, then come to Maqai. Our week here with the wonderful Maqai resort team was one to remember. We were spoilt in every way and felt like some kind of royalty as we bounced between one pleasurable activity to the next. The surfing was incredible. We surfed so much we barely had energy for anything else. Fortunately the accommodation and copious hammock supply helped recovery. Oh and the generous meals served up in the Sandbar were a treat. Our bure was situated amongst the trees right over the beach so went to sleep with the sound of waves lapping up over the pristine beach below. Cathy and the team have made this resort into such a warm and inviting place. It is little wonder that so many guests these days are return visitors. Vinaka!
benstewartkoster
18 Feb 2020 - Berlibur dengan teman
If you're reading this, you should stay here. Two of us just spent an awesome week at Maqai. We surfed twice a day most days. And it was epic. A beautiful right hand reef break all the way out to sea, all to ourselves. The helpful guidance of Ouli and Navo meant that even when there was a decent sweep off the reef, we knew where to sit for the takeoff. Went on a great snorkelling trip when the winds were up and the surf was blown out. And we chilled in the Sand Bar drinking ice cold beers out of the freezer, playing table tennis and laughing with the staff. When we stepped out of the boat and onto the sand at Maqai for the first time, Cathy said "Welcome Home" and it immediately felt that way. It felt like we had a new family and we didn't ever want to leave. Honestly, what more can you ask for? Cheers to Cathy, Salt and Pepper, Mama Lucy, John, Mossy, Johnathon, Barb, and Ouli, Navo, Bale, Joe and everyone else on the team. I already miss our new four legged friend, Sooki :-) The only problem is I didn't take any good photos because we were so lost in the surf, afternoon sleeps and feasting at meal times!
s_cat24
05 Feb 2020 -
Bula! My husband and I had been to Suva and Nadi before for work, but we'd never visited the outer islands, so we ventured to the remote Lau group and to Qamea for our honeymoon in November 2019. A few things to consider as you're reading this review: 1) We're not "resort" people. Although we've stayed in some fine boutique hotels on occasion, we avoid sanitized accommodations far removed from the people who inhabit the places to which we travel. We chose Maqai because it seemed resort-like enough to spoil us a bit on our honeymoon but affordable enough that we didn't have to choose between the amenities offered and the length of time we wanted to spend in Fiji (three weeks). 2) My husband and I have sailed to 30 and 20 Pacific islands respectively, so we're not unfamiliar with Oceania. 3) My husband is a research diver and I snorkel any chance I get--we love being under and on top of the water. I surf a bit, but I don't travel specifically to do so, and we didn't surf or even intend to surf at Maqai. 4) I used to run the galley on a sailboat in the Pacific, and we both love local and unique foods. With that established... Cathy and the folks at Maqai gave us a honeymoon to remember, and we're forever grateful that we got to spend a week with all of you! If you're looking for an off-the-beaten-path adventure with comfortable, clean accommodations and great food, look no further than Maqai! Cathy was communicative prior to our arrival, and the truck ride and boat transport were exactly as described--the tide will dictate how wet you get (ankle-deep for a second or wading knee-deep for a hundred yards) and whether you'll be walking on rocks or sand, so pay attention to their instructions and bring water shoes. We were really disappointed when we arrived to find that although we'd booked a bure on the beach (because according to the site, they are all on the beach), we were placed in the only bure that was set back in between the crew quarters and the clothes lines. The place was full, and Cathy was extremely apologetic, and honestly, if it hadn't been our honeymoon, we may not have even brought it to their attention. It was only 30 feet from the beach, after all, and there were plenty of comfy swings and hammocks right on the beach for us to enjoy every day. But it WAS our honeymoon, and we were spending more than we ever do on accommodation because we were spoiling ourselves in celebration, so we were transparent with Cathy that this wasn't what we'd booked. She promised to move us as soon as she was able--three days into a seven-day stay, but more than made up for it with other amenities. First, Cathy sent us on a complementary full-day trip around Qamea with three unforgettable snorkeling stops and a beach picnic. The first was Michelle's Reef--a huge shallow-water stretch of stunningly colorful corals and soft white sand. We were awed by huge patches of purple stag coral and dozens of other species; small sharks; sea turtles; and a huge diversity of fishes. Our guides told us that this reef had been hit pretty hard by Cyclone Winston in 2016, but without the other pressures associated with reef degradation, it was already rebounding beautifully. My husband said he hadn't seen coral diversity like it since The Great Barrier Reef in the 1980s, and although I've been looking at reefs from Hawaii to Kingman to the Society Islands, I'd never seen anything close to what we saw there. Second, we stopped at a horseshoe cove with a reef that ringed the cove all the way to the beach and dropped at least 30 feet or more in some places. A totally different reef experience, with soft corals like whip corals usually seen at greater depths and a small ray in the sand below us. We ate lunch on the beach, then took a boat ride to the third snorkeling spot--an endless unbroken stretch of stag corals and a shipwreck. I'd never before seen 100% coral cover--a real treasure. It was one of those days that will be forever remembered for its stunning beauty but also because it gave us a glimpse of what the reefs once were in so many places easier to access than this. Once we were moved to our beachfront bure, we had a surprise from Cathy and the rest of the staff. The chef set up a beautiful, flower-filled table right on our lanai overlooking the water. While everyone else was eating in the communal dining area (which is lovely and fun, too!), we were served in private and treated to a complementary bottle of wine. It was incredibly romantic, and I believe is offered as part of the honeymoon package, which we hadn't chosen only because we'd seen "private" tables set up at resort-like spots that weren't really private at all because there are people watching from the restaurant and walking by. This was, by virtue of the set-up, completely private. We ate and sipped wine as the waves broke in the sand fifteen feet from where we sat by candlelight. Cathy and her team went out of their way to ensure that our honeymoon was special, and for that, we'll be forever grateful. In fact, they were incredibly accommodating and catered to our every need! One of my favorite treats in the islands is sprouted coconut--a ball of sweetness that doubles as snack and dessert. We asked about it, and just a few hours later, we saw a couple of people delivering them by boat. That afternoon, we snacked on vara while learning to weave baskets from fronds (another one of the activities offered). I felt like we were on Fantasy Island! The weather was just ok while we were there--some days of sun and calm seas for swimming and snorkeling on the reef right in front of Maqai, and some days of reading on the lanai and listening to the waves that made snorkeling impossible and swimming not an attractive option. But that's Fiji--particularly from the southeast to the northeast--and it's to be expected. The snorkeling directly from Maqai is fantastic--shallow and then a drop-off. We spent two whole afternoons just exploring in front of the bures and around the corner. Maqai is very specific that snorkeling is not allowed at low tide, as there are only a couple of inches of water over the highest point of the reef at low tide. If you're very careful, you can float over on calm days, but you can't kick with fins and you may have to know where to grab onto rock, sand, or dead coral to avoid affecting the living corals. Unfortunately, other guests there at the same time blatantly stepped all over the reef after snorkeling in at low tide. Perhaps Maqai can take opportunities like that to educate guests about preserving the reef, or maybe make it part of a short talk upon arrival. In addition to snorkeling, we kayaked and we hiked. The first hike we took was the short one behind Maqai, where I saw an elusive orange dove that's apparently a bird-watcher's dream, as well as lots of parrots and other brightly colored tropical species. The view was astounding, and we got a good look at the surf break that brings many people to Maqai. We also hired one of the Maqai guides to take us on a boat ride to the other side of Qamea, then a hike up to the tower and back down to Maqai. It was a true jungle adventure that definitely required a guide and a machete! If you're not accustomed to off-the-track hiking, this isn't for you, as we encountered tangled roots, loose footing, steep climbing, obscured paths, land crabs, fire ants, sea snakes, and the Lady of Qamea--but if you want to get a feel for the land and the way the people who live there move through it, and if you want some breathtaking views and a great workout, have Mosi take you on this hike! The food at Maqai is wonderful. It was adventurous enough to keep us happy but not so adventurous that the average person who chooses Maqai would be unhappy. We overheard one of the other guests complain that she was tired of so much fish, but my response to that would be to suggest that she stay home instead of traveling to a rather remote island where fish is a staple of the diet. Stomp your carbon footprint elsewhere, ma'am. Eat local. In fact, my husband and I would have liked more fish, more taro, and especially, more palu sami, and more fresh coconut milk. But we know we're not the norm. As someone who has had to plan and prepare meals for 40 university students for six weeks at sea, I think the chef did an absolutely incredible job melding the foods and flavors of the islands with the foods that Kiwis, Ausies, and Americans would be comfortable with for weeks at a time. The meals were presented beautifully, too! There's also ping pong, volleyball, and paddle boarding if all of the above aren't enough to keep to you busy. We spent a couple of nights chatting with our fellow guests, drinking beer, and knocking a ball back and forth. But it's not so much of a party spot that you can't, as we did on most nights, retreat to your bure to be lulled to sleep by the waves. We didn't opt for a village visit and traditional kava ceremony because we'd just spent a week in a village, but if you haven't had that experience, we highly recommend it for a better understanding of the place you're visiting. I noticed that one of the other reviews complained about cane toads all over the property. They're not cane toads. I happily shared my foot bath with a cute little toad for our entire stay. Enjoy. Thanks to the entire staff of Maqai for our unforgettable honeymoon! We hope to come back again soon!
Donnaqueeen
01 Feb 2020 - Berlibur dengan teman
Bula! Beautiful place and beautiful people. Food and facilities were faultless.we felt very welcome as soon as we arrived and this kindness continued throughout our stay. We had such fun with all the wonderful people that worked there, I think despite the amazing surroundings and fun activities,it was the hospitality that was the highlight of the holiday. Great place to go with a group of friends . We never felt on top of each other facilities allowed for mingling when wanted and private quiet get aways also.very eco friendly and meals prepared using veggies grown behind the kitchen.
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