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Great find. John and Dorothy were delightful hosts. The book collection and antiques make for interesting conversations. The bedroom was spacious and clean. The sitting room with TV and leather sofas was a great spot to sit, read and chat. Dinner and breakfast were delicious...More
Quaint, curious and enchanting... Serendipitous discovery that was great fun... Sipping wine on the veranda with engaging hosts ...
You can book a small meal in advance for supper. The fish and chip shop across the road closes at 18:30 and the pub isn't serving...More
Getting to the lodgings is a bit of a mission, as there are steep steeps going up to the house. But once inside it's like stepping back in time. Delightful photos and furniture reminded me of my great grandparents house.
John the genial host loves...More
Stayed just one night......funny wee town where strangers stand out..reminded us of some backwater where everyone's related. Room was cluttered....bed was hard and uncomfortable. ..cobwebs and dust in the room and outside were the stand out feature....certainly not the tidy place we saw on the...More
Response from John P, Owner at The Postmasters LodgingsResponded 17 February 2016
A lot of people from all over the world visit or even live in Rawene so I'm not sure you can say it's a place where strangers stand out, unless you are indeed very strange! Strange strangers with the right attitude are very welcome up...More
I cannot recommend this highly enough. The room was luxurious and quaint. Artwork and decorations helped to make the space welcoming and relaxed. At all times I was made to feel welcome. The Postmistress' breakfast (full cooked) was yummy. A nice way to start the...More