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Spotless lovely cabin, stunning view, lovely food, comfortable, close to everything the Park offers! This is our reconnect with the forest and lakes, two or three visits a year, year after year. We'll be back again for several multi night stays again this year.
Our cabin overlooked the lake and the view of the sunrise from our deck was amazing.
The whole property was spotless and the staff were very friendly. The meals in the restaurant were very good quality and the service was fantastic.
We have stayed here for 2-4 day nights for at least 13 years now and we keep coming back because it is always a splendid experience.
Cabins are very cosy, with comfortable beds and excellent bathroom facilities. We stayed in cabins with covered front porches...More
Stayed here for 5 nights with my partner. Really enjoyed it. Ideal location, we used it as our base camp for exploring Algonquin, we did hikes every day. We needed to really to justify us eating all the delicious food supplied by the resort. The...More
Location and meticulous attention to housekeeping and maintenance are its chief attributes. Many good spots to sit,enjoy the natural beauty and the call of the loon.Nice lounge with coffee,tea and shortbread cookies available all day as are soft drinks,bottled water and bagged snacks in the...More
Hi do you have tea/ coffee making facilities in the rooms?
27 May 2015|
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Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I... More
Killarney has a nice selection of complimentary tea, coffee, cocoa and cookies in the guest lodge at all times (with complimentary cold drinks and snacks in the paddle shop), but no kettles or coffee makers in the cabins. I noticed that the owners commented on an earlier review that, being a historic property, the wiring in the cabins couldn't necessarily handle kettles on top of lights and hair dryers without tripping the fuses. The guest lodge and paddle shop are easily accessible, so we didn't mind.
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Would this be an appropriate place to take a 3 year old and 1 year old?