this was our first time to the south beech,and the german owned diani sea lodge.
on our arrival we looked around us and wondered what we had let ourselfs in for the reception area was like a bar with no beer pumps, not very welcoming at all.
we were taken to our room another shock a standard room i,ve stayed in better youth hostels, a thermos flask for a fridge, air conditioning was very old and didn,t work very well thats when it did work, and we had cockroachers and ants in the room.
we found it very clicky with some of the guests who come here year in and out who had to have the same table in the restaurant and the same sunbed on the same blade of grass, and this was some of the brits too.
we found the food was ok but lacked any choice,most of the staff were very pleasant apart from the walking dead behind the bar thats when you could get to it, and don,t you dare push in.
the highlight of our two weeks there was seeing this young rent boy in his early twenties with a german lady pensioner, apparently organized by the hotel (£45 a day +expenses)
certainly would not recommend this german retirement home to the british.
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