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Newest reviews for Triple T Cedar Resort

  • Jane
    August 20, 2014

    Carpet old & dirty. -No separate top sheet, just a sheet attached to a blanket so in hot weather you had to have no cover or a thick blanket. -John was slow to check in us and another customer. -TV with DVD player but no television stations. ripped screen on door. Too expensive for what we got.


  • Amanda
    August 11, 2014

    I liked the overall feel of the resort. It was very comfortable and the scenery was very beautiful.

    I didn't like the cleanliness of the resort. The floors were very dirty especially in the kitchen.


  • Gina
    July 30, 2014

    Excellent & friendly staff. Highly recommended for families with small kids. Lots of activities for everyone.

    Lots of Mosquitos which is normal in a cottage living.


  • Olena
    July 17, 2014

    Biggest impression gave me the service: the owner lives in the property and was available for help, inquiries or just for friendly talk. We also liked easy access to the lake and beach area:the water is warm and just perfect for little kids and relaxing! Boats, kayaks and canoes are free for guests. And there is a condition system in the cottage!!!

    We liked everything with only minor issues here and there! I am not sure about different cottages, but ours had ripped net on the door, which attracted mosquitoes and other flies and bugs to get in. And the bath tub had NO rubber rug - was extremely slippery, especially was scary to wash a little kids.


  • John
    June 24, 2014

    The quiet atmosphere because we were the only people staying there this weekend. It was less than a 2 hour drive from Toronto. The cottages and grounds were nice. Wifi access, but only close to the main building. You can sit on the lawn in front and get access.

    The sandy beach was actually full of weeds so we had to rake the weeds to swim. The lake was narrow and lots of speed boats going by regularly, although that is beyond the control of the resort. Apparently all the staff are students and were currently taking their exams so we're not sure what had been done to prepare for guests staying at the cottages. Seems like we were the first people to stay for the season on June 20th. The first morning we woke up and wanted to make coffee to bring down to the dock and there are no coffee filters for the coffee maker! We had to call the manager to go and pick some up, so problem solved, but they should have been stocked up. The toilet had an issue where it would keep running unless we opened the lid and pushed the plug into place. There was some miscellaneous piece of styrofoam floating around in the tank, not sure what the purpose of it was. When we arrived we noticed that there was a full bag of garbage under the sink from the last people who stayed there - not sure if it was from last season or not. Finally the barbecue tank ran out on the second use and we had to switch with the cottage beside us since there was nobody staying there that weekend. With the rundown state of the cottages, we think that they should have been priced a lot cheaper. If they had been in a better state of repair which I'm sure they were at one point, then they would have been worth the price. But $175/night for a single cottage was a bit much and we would have thought in the current state that they should have been priced $100-$125. Especially since the check-in is supposed to be 4pm and checkout at 11am next day. We were able to submit a request for early check-in online which was approved, but without that change we don't think the rate of $175/night was worth it with those original times. Saw some horseshoe pits, but no horseshoes though.


  • Chetan
    July 23, 2013

    Onwer was helpful It was about 1.5 hours away from Toronto

    Cottage was dated, all equipment etc was dated for close to $400 a night we expected more Only 1 bathroom / toilet for a cottage meant to house 8 comfortably


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