We booked late for the Celtic Festival and The Glass House was offered as the only accommodation available, At $175 a night we expected a cooked breakfast and were quite disappointed when we found 4 small boxes of cereal (one of which was coco pops), 1 slice banana bread, 2 slices bread, butter and jam. Fruit, tea and coffee making as well.
We were cold most of the time having been told 'not to use aircon in the sitting room and other heater for the rest of the rooms at the same time as it might blow fuses. At 2 degrees that was ridiculous for a B&B!
There were thin curtains on the windows that didn't help keep the warmth in.
We could hear the other guests in the other suites as well. Which is never good.
The rooms were very clean and the bed was very comfortable.
But like I said, a tad over priced for what was offered.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We've created a "home away from home" in our 2 room suites. Set in a peaceful garden, the "Garden Suite" has 360deg garden views - the "Hideaway" is more intimate and luxurious. Offering continental breakfast choices -complimentary bar-fridge on arrival and great coffee choices. Our position is elevated, quiet and off the highway. A short stroll to CBD and restaurants. Beautiful native bird-life. ... more less
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