We decided to spend my mother's 60th birthday at Pollywogg Holler. We had a great time until the end, however was not surprised with ending from the observations I made throughout the night. Mickey is the pizza chef/owner. After the first hour of business he was extremely rude with an Asian couple who approached the pizza bar. 30 minutes later a male in his 50's approached the pizza bar as he could not hear what name was called when Mickey went off on him, If that wasn't enough he then came out from behind the counter to continue to belittle this customer. At the end of the evening he came over and asked who our party was for, I proceeeded to tell him it was my mothers 60th birthday, he went over to her with his headlamp blinding her in her face and began to lay into her for bringing such a large party (50) up there at once without prior notification. She explained to him she made several attempts in the prior weeks to notify him and finally left a voice mail message witout a response. At a 5$ cover charge and $9.00 for a paper plate size pizza they made plenty of money. I have never seen a business that would get upset to make money and be busy, I would assume it would be Mickey's dream. If you ever decide to partake in this establishment do not take anyone with you because you may overwhelm Mickey. It's obvious Mickey lacks in people skills, and maybe he should hire a manager to deal with the customers because he cannot handle it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Since 1987, Pollywogg Holler Bed & Breakfast creators Bill and Barb Castle have been entertaining guests at their Eco-lodge with an emphasis on art, nature and being kind to the environment. Now managed by their oldest son, Mickey & his wife Tammy.Book an overnight stay for the full experience, or come by to visit on Wednesday evenings and Sunday afternoons for Pizza and see the new projects that are in progress ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Pollywogg Holler Eco Resort