Beautiful Setting: The cabins are nestled in between mountains, and right on the river.
My family and I made constant use of their deck overlooking the river.
Rooms: Each unit has two rooms - one with a queen bed, one with bunk-bed, small tv, table, sink/fridge/microwave. Everything is very clean. In our 3 night stay, there was not one time the deck was being used.
Canoing: For R30 you can rent a canoe for 1/2 day. I took my 8 year old cousin out and we had a blast, very relaxing.
Shower: In our 3 night stay I was not able to have one decent shower. The temperature is temperamental, and even after some maintenance men came to fix it, it still did not work properly. My family and extended family stayed next-door to each other, and there shower was just as bad..can you imagine our frustration?!
Restaurant: DO NOT, I repeat, DO NOT eat in the Spotted Grunter restaurant! Upon arrival, all the adults were craving seafood. Being right by the water we thought it'd be delicious - boy were we wrong! We ordered sea food platters (prawns, crawfish etc). The manager assured us "it was to die for", but that it is cooked slowly and would take 45 min - we agreed it was worth the wait. 1 hr 45 min later we got our food and it was awful! In addition, the kids pizza tasted like cardboard. When we politely told the manager about our dissatisfaction she put her head down, mumbled something and walked away.
Racism: On our last night as we had a BBQ outside our cabin, we found ourselves witnessing a completely unnecessary confrontation initiated by the owners (husband and wife). At 8:30pm, they accused the Indian family next-door of having too many people in the cabin, of ppl complaining of noise (certainly not us!) and got in the father's face calling him a racist name. The owner apologized to us for our neighbors, and we immediately let her know we have absolutely no problem with the men. It was disgusting to see such ignorance and poor customer service, and we vowed we will never come back.