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Newest reviews for Tuki Retreat

  • Steven
      Australia
    August 6, 2014

    Fireplace was fanatastic. Views were great. Cabin was awesome.

    Not isolated. Cabin was joined to another. Fireplace at times was too smoky with not enough ventilation, but maybe due to quality of wood.

    7.5

  • Keli
      Australia
    June 11, 2014

    We had a very cosy stay - it was perfect for a little romantic getaway with the fireplace setting overlooking the lake during te cooler seasons.

    I wouldn't advise driving to the location during the evening if you're not familiar with the roads as we struggled to read the signs and got lost a few times.

    9.2

  • Lance
      Australia
    June 3, 2014

    Fireplace

    Small tv

    8.8

  • Michelle
      Australia
    May 22, 2014

    The photos on the website look great. However, they are completely misleading as to the actual quality of the property. The place is fine, there's nothing awfully wrong with it, but it is just not accurately represented on the website.

    Booked for 3 people, but the bedding configuration was not stipulated during the booking process, we assumed it was at least 2 bedrooms but were disappointed to find it was a queen bed and sofa in the lounge. Had we known this, we would not have booked, as we are three single friends (no couple) and it should not be assumed that two of us would be happy to share a bed, nor was it fair for our third guest to have to sleep on the couch. Furthermore, the open fireplace smoked out the lounge room and our friend on the couch woke up several times throughout the night with trouble breathing, and ended up having to sleep with the door open. There was no staff member present when we checked out, so we had to just leave the keys at reception and were therefore not able to raise these issues with them.

    4.2

  • Caterina
      Australia
    April 26, 2014

    Loved Tuki Resort. It was so relaxing and we didnt have to leave the premises everything was provided by Tuki. Robert the owner was amazing, so welcoming and warm, he even gave us a tour of the farm. We will definately be back. Thanks Robert for the great experience.

    10

  • Shiyanti
      Australia
    April 23, 2014

    The scenery was breathtaking, trout fishing was fun, food delicious specially the steaks, trout and lamb sausages our daughters favourite, very cosy stone cottages with open fires and most of all the caring homely service with a smile.Thank you Robert, Jan, Nathan & Crew Best wishes Ray, Shiyanti & Mia

    9.6

  • Mary
      Australia
    April 20, 2014

    Loved everything about it relaxing all you needed was in the cottage did'nt wanna leave

    10

  • Jesse
      Australia
    February 18, 2014

    Room was very comfortable, and cosy.

    Too far from any shops.

    6.7

  • Nur
      Australia
    February 5, 2014

    I like the scenery and surrounding area, very country with the small lake just at the front of your cottage, nice sunset view, trout fishing pond easily accessible. It gives a different experience to the usual hotel-city-like place we used to.

    This cottage didn't have air conditioning which is not at all convenient during summer especially during the heat wave. The sun shine right at the front of the house, which make things worst because you have to pull down the blind, not able to see the view outside and trap in the heat. You also have to travel on gravel road for about 2kms from the main road to get to the cottage, which could be unpleasant for some. Also, make sure you order your dinner in advance because kitchen closes at 6pm, otherwise you will be starving because they is no nearby restaurant. The food serving is huge, we ordered one dish to share with my husband, and it keep us full for the night.

    7.5

  • Ali
      Australia
    January 6, 2014

    The ad for Tuki on booking.com doesn't do it justice. Fabulous cabin with open fire, incredibly comfy bed and doona, generous breakfast provisions, gorgeous landscape, owners who believe in applying the personal touch to everything, friendly, accommodating and sincere. Food is fantastic and good value.

    Absolutely nothing!

    9.6

  • Trevor
      Australia
    January 2, 2014

    Both hosts were so friendly. The meals from the restaurant were delicious and the cottage was beautiful.

    9.2

  • Elias
      Australia
    January 1, 2014

    views

    cob webs outside the cottage and the quilt on bed

    5.8

  • Anonymous
      Australia
    January 1, 2014

    The nature, the view of the valley, the serenity, the seclusion of the place. The bedroom that opens out to the lake and the field. I had a one-bedroom cottage with no spa bath. The two American waitresses at the restaurant were very friendly and helpful.

    The very small TV (not much larger than my laptop). I had brought some foreign films to watch, but could not read the subtitles because the TV screen was too small. The restaurant had a nice view onto the ponds and the smoke trout pâté was really tasty. But watch out if you order the main dishes. You should ask beforehand how large the portions are going to be. I had no idea that the eye-fillet ($35) was a huge slab of meat that weighed probably a kilo and looked like a 30cm thick chopping board. I had to leave most of it so it turned out to be very expensive. I did not order any other meat dishes, so I don't know how large they are.

    7.1

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